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Stanford captures third consecutive Pac-12 title

SALT LAKE CITY – The No. 4 ranked STANFORD Cardinal won its third consecutive Pac-12 Men’s Golf Championship, and 10th overall, with a final score of 18-under (1,402) to win the title by 29 strokes over runner-up CALIFORNIA at The Country Club (Par 71, 7,209 yards) in Salt Lake City, Utah.

California's Limbhasut increases individual lead

SALT LAKE CITY – Two-time defending Pac-12 champion STANFORD Cardinal posted the low score in the third round with a 7-under 348 to push their team lead to 12 strokes over CALIFORNIA. The Cardinal take a score of 29-under heading into the final round of the Pac-12 Men’s Golf Championships at The Country Club (Par 71, 7,209 yards) in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Pac-12 Championships tee off Friday in Utah

UTAH will serve as host of the 57th Annual Pac-12 Men’s Golf Championships at The Country Club in Salt Lake City, Utah, April 29-May 1. The Pac-12 is led by a pair of top 10 teams (Golfweek rankings) in No. 4 STANFORD, the defending Pac-12 Champion, and No. 5 USC. However, don’t sleep on No. 16 ARIZONA STATE, No. 17 CALIFORNIA, No. 26 OREGON or No. 27 WASHINGTON as they look to find their way into contention ... According to Golfstat statistical rankings, only five NCAA golfers post an average score under 70, and three hail from the Pac-12 - No. 1 Maverick McNealy, Stanford (69.04), No. 2 Jon Rahm, Arizona State (69.43) and No. 5 Aaron Wise, Oregon (69.77). McNealy, the defending Pac-12 medalist will look to fend off Rahm, Wise and the rest of the field to in an attempt to become the first golfer to win back-to-back conference titles since Arizona State’s Paul Casey won three straight from 1998-2000.