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Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 05/23/2014

Stanford men's golf opens pursuit of an NCAA title Friday, tennis players go for individual NCAA glory and baseball concludes the regular season over this Memorial Day Weekend.

Cardinal men's golf is in Kansas at Prairie Dunes Country Club, set to get underway after a five-hour, 40-minute weather delay. Stanford will need to be among the eight low teams after the first three days of team stroke play in order to reach the match-play knockout rounds set for May 27-28.

Out in Athens, Ga., the Stanford doubles team of Kristie Ahn and Carol Zhao battle in NCAA second-round action Friday.

Stanford baseball closes its regular season with a critical three-game set in Salt Lake City, needing at least a series victory over host Utah in order to make its best possible case for an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. 

GoStanford.com has all the information for fans to follow to keep tabs on their favorite Cardinal teams. Live stats will be available for all Stanford home matches, and can be accessed through the competing team's schedule page. The live stats link will go live once the match has gotten underway.

 WOMEN'S TENNIS

Tournament Central

NCAA Singles & Doubles Championships

Through Monday, May 26
Where - Athens, Ga.
WEBSTREAM - Live Video

 NO. 3 MEN’S GOLF

NCAA Championship Preview

NCAA Championships – Friday-Wednesday, May 23-28

Where - Prairie Dunes Country Club - Hutchinson, Kan.
Live Stats - Golf Stat

 BASEBALL (27-23, 13-14 Pac-12)

at Utah (16-33, 4-23) - Friday-Sunday, May 23-25

Where - Salt Lake City, Utah

Friday, May 23
at Utah - 11 a.m.
Watch - Live Stream | Listen - KZSU
Live Stats - Gametracker

Saturday, May 24
at Utah - 11 a.m.
TV - Pac-12 Network | Listen - KZSU
Live Stats - Gametracker

Sunday, May 25
at Utah - 11 a.m.
Watch - Live Stream | Listen - KZSU
Live Stats - Gametracker

 


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