Four Pac-12 teams, including USC, Stanford, Arizona and Washington advanced Monday to the NCAA women's golf team championship final eight in Bradenton, Florida.
Arizona State's Monica Vaughn led four Pac-12 individuals to finish in the top-10 Monday during the final round of the 2015 NCAA women's golf individual championships in Bradneton, Florida.
Stanford's Carol Zhao and Cal's Klara Fabikova and Zsofi Susanyi both fell in the finals for the singles and doubles national titles, respectively, Monday in Waco, Texas.
Strikes of lightning overhead delayed the NCAA's best golfers for about an hour, but that didn't stop the Pac-12 teams in round 3 of the NCAA women's golf championships at Concessions Golf Course in Bradenton, Florida. What did stop them was darkness. Leader USC was on the course when the round was called due to darkness. The third round will resume on Monday at 7:30 a.m. local time, while the fourth round will begin at 10:50 a.m. local time.
Stanford sophomore Carol Zhao is on to the singles final and Cal’s junior-senior combo of Klara Fabikova/Zsofi Susanyi is heading to the doubles final at the NCAA women’s tennis individual championships in Waco, Texas. The Pac-12 is the only conference to have a representative in both the singles and doubles finals, both of which will be contested Monday.
USC women's golf climbed into second place on Saturday, as Stanford baseball slipped to 11th place from its Day 1 lead.
Oregon softball advanced to its third Women's College World Series in four years Saturday, while UCLA softball can clinch a berth of its own after winning Game 1 vs. Missouri.
The Pac-12 has one singles player and two doubles teams in the semifinals of the NCAA women’s tennis individual championships at the conclusion of play Saturday in Waco, Texas. The Bay Area schools are the lone Pac-12 schools standing in the singles and doubles brackets.