Arizona State women's golf will play Northwestern for the NCAA Championship.
Arizona State completed a comeback over Stanford to advance to the NCAA Women's Golf Championships final Wednesday afternoon in Sugar Grove, Illinois, while USC fell agonizingly short to Northwestern.
Stanford women's tennis falls 4-1 to Florida Tuesday night in the NCAA Championships title match in Athens, Georgia.
Four teams, fresh of an early morning quarterfinal, took on the semifinal match play round all vying for a spot in Wednesday's final round. Stanford, ASU, USC and Northwestern battled through fatigue, cold, thunder and lightning well into the evening, forcing a postponement until early Wednesday morning in Sugar Grove, Illinois.
Update: after attempting to finish the round, the semis have been called for darkness. We'll update when we know a start time for tomorrow
Arizona State, Stanford, and USC advance to NCAA Women's Golf Championships semifinals.
Stanford women's tennis will play for NCAA title after upsetting Ohio State.
Stanford capped a come-from-behind, 4-3 victory over Ohio State Monday night in Atlanta to advance to the NCAA Championships final against Florida.
Stroke play came to a close Monday at the Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Ill. The top eight teams were selected to compete in match play. Three Pac-12 teams--Stanford, ASU and USC-- are on to match play. ASU's Monica Vaughn captured the individual crown. Cal and Oregon missed the cut.
Former Oregon running back Thomas Tyner, who medically retired from Oregon 15 months, will be transferring to Oregon State for the 2017 season.
Round three -- moved from Saturday to Sunday due to weather -- of the NCAA Women's Golf Championship is complete at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Ill. Five Pac-12 teams are gunning for a top-eight finish which would advance them to match play.