2014 Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships

Event: 4/25-4/27, Marana, AZ
TV: 5/11 at 11 am PT on Pac-12 Networks

Stanford captures men's golf title

Luke Adams
MARANA, Ariz. -- The No. 3 STANFORD Cardinal claimed the 2014 Pac-12 Men’s Golf Championship as they posted a score of 2-under (362-354-367-355—1438) to outdistance the field by 15 strokes at the Pac-12 Men’s Golf Championship at The Gallery Golf Club in Marana, Ariz. 
 

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The Cardinal won their eighth league crown, and first since 1994. It was the largest margin of victory at the Pac-12 Championships since 2009 when WASHINGTON won by 18 strokes.
 
No. 10 Washington made a charge with the low score of the day, posting a 14-under 346, but  Stanford’s lead was to large to overcome and the Huskies finished second at 13-over (368-369-370-346—1453). No. 4 California finished third at 27-over (368-354-382-363—1467) with COLORADO placing fourth at 39-over (379-382-364-354–1479). 
 
“Wow, 20 years in the making,” said Stanford coach Conrad Ray. “It’s been 20 years since Stanford golf has had that trophy and it really means a lot to all of us.”
 
Stanford became the seventh different Pac-12 school to win the conference title since 2004. Over the last 11 years, the title was captured by Arizona (2004), Washington (2005, 2009, 2010), UCLA (2006), USC (2007, 2011), and California (20012, 2013).
 
Stanford’s Patrick Rodgers became the 13th Cardinal to earn medalist honors at the Championship, the first since Andrew Yun in 2012, as he posted a winning score of 7-under (71-65-73-72—281). It was the fourth win for Rodgers in his last five tournaments and he now has 10 victories for his career. He trails the school record of 11 victories by Tiger Woods. 
 
“Patrick’s on top of his game,” stated Ray. “He’s in good form and has established himself as the top player in the country and it wasn’t any different this week. He had a little bit of a soft stretch in the back nine, but he really composed himself well and played a couple of great holes at the end. Very well deserving and he worked hard for it.”
 
Washington’s Cheng-Tsung Pan finished second with a score of 5-under (75-70-70-68—283). Stanford’s Cameron Wilson followed in third at 4-under (72-71-73-68—284), while three players tied for fourth at 1-under - WASHINGTON STATE’s Blake Snyder (76-73-70-68—287), USC’s Eric Sugimoto (74-72-73-68—287) and California’s Joel Stalter (74-68-76-69—287). They were the only golfers to complete the Championship under par.
 
Pac-12 Networks will air coverage of the Pac-12 Men’s Golf Championship on a taped-delay basis, Sunday, May 11 at 11 a.m. PT
 
Team Scores
(Par 72, 7,349 yards)
Teams 1st-2nd-3rd-4th Total
1. Stanford 362-354-367-355 1438 -2
2. Washington 368-369-370-346 1453 +13
3. California 368-354-382-363 1467 +27
4. Colorado 379-382-364-354 1479 +39
5. USC 377-363-379-364 1483 +43
5. Arizona State 379-360-384-364 1487 +47
7. UCLA 370-371-385-363 1489 +49
9. Oregon 384-362-389-361 1496 +56
8. Arizona 366-374-389-374 1503 +63
9. Oregon State 373-366-394-371 1504 +64
10. Washington State 384-383-376-367 1561 +70
12. Utah 392-387-398-384 1561 +121
 
Individuals (Top 10)
(Par 72, 7,349 yards)
Name 1st-2nd-3rd-4th Total
1. Patrick Rodgers, Stanford 71-65-73-72 281 -7
2. Cheng-Tsung Pan, Washington 75-70-70-68 283 -5
Cameron Wilson, Stanford 72-71-73-68 284 -4
4. Blake Snyder, Washington State 76-73-70-68 287 -1
Joel Stalter, California 74-68-76-69 287 -1
Eric Sugimoto, USC 74-72-73-68 287 -1
7. Lorens Chan, UCLA 74-72-75-68 289 +1
8. Corey Pereira, Washington 73-73-76-69 291 +3
9. Alex McMahon, Arizona 71-72-75-74 292 +4
Maverick McNealy, Stanford 75-75-72-70 292 +4
Paul Smith, USC 71-71-72-78 292 +4
 
For complete results: http://www.golfstatresults.com
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