Friday-Sunday, March 28-30
Stanford Golf Course • Stanford, Calif.
On the Web • GoStanford.com
Live Results • Live results will be available at GoStanford.com
Cardinal Contingent • Patrick Rodgers, Cameron Wilson, David Boote, Viraat Badhwar, Maverick McNealy
Patrick Grimes (Ind.), Jim Liu (Ind.), Dominick Francks (Ind.)
Tee Times • Start time off #1 and #10 tees – Friday (8 a.m. PT), Saturday (8 a.m.), Sunday (8 a.m.)
Social Hour • twitter.com/StanfordMGolf • instagram.com/StanfordMGolf • #GoStanford
• The event will span three days and features 54 holes of stroke play. Groups begin from holes 1 and 10. All players will be re-grouped before each round based on scores. For the purposes of tournament honors and awards, ties will be split per NCAA Championship tie-breaking procedures.
• Along with 17 teams from around the nation, the Stanford men’s golf team will compete in The Goodwin at Stanford Golf Course from March 28-30.
• Originally named the ‘United States Intercollegiate’, the event was renamed ‘The Goodwin’ prior to the 2014 edition in honor of former Cardinal head coach Wally Goodwin. Goodwin coached at Stanford from 1987-2000, highlighted by winning the 1994 national title. Goodwin was named national coach of the year in 1992 and 1994.
• Goodwin recruited and coached standouts such as Tiger Woods, Casey Martin, Notah Begay, current head coach Conrad Ray and Joel Kribel among many other stars from Stanford’s proud golfing tradition.
• Defending team champion Stanford has claimed 13 team victories and 13 individual titles at the event, the most of any program in each category. The Cardinal captured the first team and individual titles in 1968 during the inaugural year of the tournament.
• Stanford alumni who have won the event include Sandy Adelman (1968), Gary Vanier (1970), Tom Watson (1971), Conrad Nilmeier (1973), Dave Baskins (1974), Mike Peck (1976), Mike Milliken (1990), Casey Martin (1995), Joel Kribel (1996-97), Philip Rowe (2002) and Rob Grube (2006-07).
• The Cardinal holds the event’s longest team winning streak, at six (1970-1975).
• The 18-team field is comprised of host Stanford, UAB, Northwestern, Colorado State, San Jose State, Fresno State, Washington, TCU, Oregon, UC Davis, USC, St. Mary’s, UCLA, USF, Washington State, San Diego State, UNLV and Loyola Marymount.
• The field includes TCU’s Paul Barjon, who won the 2013 event with an 11-under 199.
• Located in the foothills overlooking Stanford’s campus, Stanford University Golf Course is consistently rated as one of the finest courses in the world.
• The par-70 course will play at 6,727 yards for The Goodwin.
• Designed in 1930 by renowned architects William Bell and George Thomas, the 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 seen many influential golfers on its grounds throughout the years. Such notables include Tom Watson, Tiger Woods, Bob Rosburg, Notah Begay III, Casey Martin and former USGA presidents Sandy Tatum, Grant Spaeth and Walter Driver.
The Last Time Out
• Patrick Rodgers defended his title at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters (March 7-9) by holding off UCLA’s Jonathan Garrick and UNLV’s Kurt Kitayama for his second straight win and eighth collegiate victory. Rodgers shot a 2-over 74 on his final round Sunday for the two-shot victory.
• Host UNLV (886) won the team title at Southern Highlands Golf Club, two shots ahead of second-place Stanford (297-297-294) and Oklahoma State (888).
The Next Time Out
• Stanford wraps up its regular season by traveling to the Western Intercollegiate (April 12-13) in Santa Cruz, Calif.
|Year||Team Champion||Score||Individual Champion||Score|
|1968||Stanford||881||Sandy Adelman (Stanford)||214|
|1969||USC||896||Gary Sanders (USC)||219|
|1970||Stanford||872||Gary Vanier (Stanford)||215|
|1971||Stanford||885||Tom Watson (Stanford)||212|
|1972||Stanford||890||Rex Caldwell (San Fernando)||216|
|1973||Stanford||897||Conrad Nilmeier (Stanford)||220|
|1974||Stanford||877||Dave Baskins (Stanford)||214|
|1975||Stanford||873||Mark Lye (San Jose State)||214|
|1976||San Jose State||870||Mike Peck (Stanford)||--|
|1977||San Diego State||887||Gary Simoni (UCLA)||--|
|1978||San Diego State||882||Chuck White (San Diego State)||210|
|1979||UCLA||873||Lenny Clements (UCLA)||210|
|1980||Stanford||1,092||Scott Williams (Seattle)||213|
|1982||UCLA||1,089||Corey Pavin (UCLA)||211|
|1983||Stanford||1,101||Sam Randolph (USC)||211|
|1984||USC||1,094||Sam Randolph (USC)||209|
|1985||UCLA||1,069||Duffy Waldorf (UCLA)||199|
|1986||USC||1,124||Steve Fisher (UNLV)||219|
|1987 (spring)||USC||1,101||Billy Mayfair (Arizona State)||206|
|1987 (fall)||Arizona||1,080||Kevin Leach (UCLA)||206|
|1988||Fresno State||875||Dennis Postlewait (Miami)||210|
|1989||Stanford||1,106||Dennis Postlewait (Miami)||214|
|1990||Rice||889||Mike Milliken (Stanford)||209|
|1991||Arizona||861||David Berganio (Arizona)||209|
|1992||Arizona||843||Manny Zerman (Arizona)||207|
|1993||Oregon||862||Kevin Lamair (Oregon State)||211|
|1994||Arizona State||859||Todd Dempsey (Arizona State)||210|
|1995||Stanford||853||Casey Martin (Stanford)||206|
|1996||Fresno State||870||Joel Kriebel (Stanford)||211|
|1997||USC||851||Joel Kriebel (Stanford)||208|
|1998||UCLA||877||Rich Barcelo (Nevada)||214|
|1999||BYU||852||Michael Beard (Pepperdine)||205|
|2000||Cal||855||Han Lee (Cal)||201|
|2001||Arizona||873||Chris Nallen (Arizona)||206|
|2002||USC||848||Phil Rowe (Stanford)||205|
|2003||UCLA||840||Mark Warman (San Diego State)||206|
|2004||UCLA||838||Aaron Goldberg (San Diego State)||205|
|2005||USC||846||Pat Moore (Arizona State)||208|
|2006||UCLA||578||Rob Grube (Stanford)||135|
|2007||Stanford||838||Rob Grube (Stanford)||202|
|2008||USC||828||Rory Hie (USC)||200|
|2009||Washington||804||Nick Taylor (Washington)||198|
|2010||Oregon||839||Daniel Miernicki (Oregon)||202|
|2012||Oregon||841||Daniel Miernicki (Oregon)||204|
|2013||Stanford||817||Paul Barjon (TCU)||199|