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Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 10/22/2013
Stanford Intercollegiate
Hosted by Condoleezza Rice
Friday-Sunday, Oct. 25-27
Stanford Golf Course • Stanford, Calif.

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Tee Times • Friday (8:30 a.m. PT), Saturday (8:30 a.m.), Sunday (7:30 a.m.)

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The Tournament

• Along with 15 teams from around the nation, the Stanford women’s golf team will compete in the Stanford Intercollegiate at Stanford Golf Course from Oct. 25-27.

• The tournament is hosted by Condoleezza Rice, the Thomas and Barbara Stephenson Senior Fellow on Public Policy at Stanford’s Hoover Institution.

• The event will span three days and features 54-holes of stroke play. Groups will begin from holes 1 and 10. All players will be re-grouped before each round based on respective scores.

The Field
• The 16-team field includes No. 1 UCLA, No. 2 USC, No. 3 Stanford, No. 5 Washington, No. 8 Pepperdine, No. 12 Vanderbilt, No. 18 Kentucky, No. 23 Northwestern, No. 24 Auburn, No. 25 California, No. 30 Oregon, No. 36 Georgia, No. 42 UC Davis, San Jose State, Oregon State and Washington State.

• Defending individual champion Kyung Kim of USC and Washington’s SooBin Kim, who won the event in 2011, will each be part of this season’s field.

The Course
• Located in the foothills overlooking Stanford’s campus, the Stanford University Golf Course is consistently rated as one of the finest courses in the world.

• Designed in 1930 by renowned architects William Bell and George Thomas, the par-71, 6,130-yard course is steeped in tradition. Throughout the years, Stanford has hosted many intercollegiate and non-collegiate events, including the Stanford Intercollegiate, Peg Barnard Intercollegiate, Pac-10 Championship, NCAA Regional, NCAA Women’s Championship, USGA Junior Amateur Qualifying, U.S. Open Qualifying and The Gathering at the Farm, a former Senior PGA Tour event.

• Stanford University Golf Course has produced many influential golfers throughout the years. Former Cardinal who went on to play professionally include Melinda Daniels-Price, Allison Finney, Martha Freitag, Kim Hall, Sara Hallock, 1971 NCAA champion Shelley Hamlin, Hilary Lunke, Stephanie Louden, Mhairi McKay, Joanne Pacillo, Jodi Renner and Mickey Wright.

Looking Back at 2012
• Stanford closed out the 2012 Stanford Intercollegiate by taking third in its first home event on the season.

• Stanford posted rounds of 289-290-289 (868, +16) to finish 11 strokes behind first-place USC. The Cardinal played consistent golf all weekend, with 14 of 15 rounds scoring between 70 and 74.

• Mariah Stackhouse led the Cardinal, tying for ninth place and giving Stanford a much-needed stroke on the 18th hole to move the team into third, one stroke ahead of Arizona. Stackhouse carded rounds of 70-74-71 (215, +2) on the way to her second top-10 finish of the season.

• USC won the 2012 edition of the Stanford Intercollegiate, logging a 5-over 857 through three rounds. Washington, Stanford, Arizona and Vanderbilt comprised the remainder of the top five.

• USC’s Kyung Kim was the 2012 Stanford Intercollegiate medalist with a 7-under 206.

Cardinal Clip
Stanford’s Margot and Mitch Milias Director of Women’s Golf Anne Walker previews the weekend …
“We are excited to play host to the Stanford Intercollegiate. It’s excited to have the nation’s top teams competing here on our home course. I fully expect to see the winning score in the red!”

Last Time Out
• Stanford boat raced the 13-team field at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (Oct. 8-9), cruising to its first win on the season by a resounding 27-stroke margin.

• The Cardinal led wire-to-wire while signing its final scorecard of 863 (1-under). Host Washington was next in line at 890 (26-over), followed by UCF (34-over) and Oregon (39-over) during the three-round event at Sahalee Country Club.

• The fourth win under second-year head coach Anne Walker was registered with 42 fewer strokes than last season’s third-place finish at the same event. The victory came in the same week the Stanford men’s team won the Erin Hills Invitational.

• Paced by medalist Mariah Stackhouse (7-under), Stanford placed four performers in the top 10, and each of the competing Cardinal finished in the top 25.

• Stackhouse went 68-70-71 for a 209, claiming the top billing ahead of teammate Mariko Tumangan. Tumangan entered the final round at 7-under on the heels of a blistering tournament-low 66 on the par-72, 6,039-yard course. Tumangan (212) then carded a 75 to finish second.

Tournament History
Stanford Intercollegiate - Team Champions
2012 - USC (286-285-286, 857, +5)
2011 - UCLA (277-279-286, 842, -10)
2009 - Arizona State (273-282-285, 840, -12)
2008 - UCLA (277-285-282, 844, -8)
2007 - Arizona State (293-293-276, 862)
2006 - Vanderbilt (288-292-275, 855)
2005 - Duke (283-280-271, 834)
2004 - Arizona State (282-282-288, 852)
2003 - Duke (281-278-286, 845)
2002 - California (296-295-294, 885)
2001 - Tulsa (284-286-285, 855)
2000 - Arizona (277-293-303, 873)
1999 - Tulsa (297-285-297, 879)
1998 - Arizona (298-300-287, 885)
1997 - Stanford (296-282-287, 865)
1996 - San Jose State (881)
1995 - San Jose State (889), UCLA (889)

• Stanford Intercollegiate - Individual Champions
2012 - Kyung Kim - USC - (72-66-68, 206, -7)
2011 - SooBin Kim - Washington - (66-68-66, 200, -13)
2009 - Jennifer Song - USC - (67-71-67, 205, -8)
2008 - Lizette Salas - USC - (66-72-68, 206, -7)
2007 - Stacy Lewis - Arkansas - (69-72-70, 211, -2)
2006 - Stacy Lewis - Arkansas - (71-67-69, 207), Alison Walshe - Arizona - (67-71-69, 207)
2005 - Elizabeth Janangelo - Duke - (70-67-65, 202, -11)
2004 - Anastasia Kostina - Washington State - (68-68-69, 205, -5)
2003 - Erica Blasberg - Arizona - (70-69-70, 209, -7), Elizabeth Janangelo - Duke - (68-67-74, 209, -7)
2002 - Erica Blasberg - Arizona - (73-69-69-211, -5)
2001 - Stacy Prammanasudh - Tulsa - (67-69-67, 203, -13)
2000 - Stacy Prammanasudh - Tulsa - (72-68-70, 210, -6)
1999 - Stacy Prammanasudh - Tulsa - (73-66-71, 210)
1998 - Jenna Daniels - Arizona - (215, -4), Elisha Au - Washington - (215, -4)
1997 - Hilary Homeyer - Stanford - (73-67-71, 211)
1996 - Janice Moodie - San Jose State - (70-68-71, 209, -10)
1995 - Vibeke Stensrud - San Jose State - (215), Mhairi McKay - Stanford - (215)

• Stanford Intercollegiate - Stanford Finishes
2012 - 3rd (289-290-289, 868, +16)
2011 - 12th (301-297-295, 893, +41)
2009 - 12th (304-296-306, 893, +41)
2008 - 3rd (279-292-286, 857, +5)
2007 - 9th (309-305-303, 917)
2006 - 4th (286-278-299, 863)
2005 - t-9th (303-293-292, 888)
2004 - 5th (295-285-289, 869)
2003 - 13th (297-308-313, 918)
2002 - 9th (303-310-301, 914)
2001 - 9th (305-295-297, 897)
2000 - 3rd (292-290-304, 886)
1999 - 7th (299-303-298, 900)
1998 - 2nd (288-305-295, 887)
1997 - 1st (296-282-287, 865)
1996 - 2nd (287-302-303, 892)
1995 - 4th (301-300-304, 905)

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