NAPA, CA (April 11, 2017) - For the fourth time this year Stanford finds themselves in the winners circle. Playing in their final regular season tournament the Cardinal finished 16-under and as the repeat champions of the Silverado Showdown hosted by Silverado Resort and Spa.
Throughout the three day tournament all five players in the Stanford lineup contributed at least once score. The low Cardinal for the tournament was Andrea Lee, who finished third at 7-under and one shot back in the medalist race.
Stanford's Casey Danielson tied for fourth at 5-under, Shannon Aubert and Sierra Kersten are part of a tie for 14th at even-par while Madeline Chou tied for 21st at 2-over.
The low Stanford round of the day was carded by Aubert who carded a 2-under 70. During the final round Aubert birdied four-times and bogeyed twice.
In the individual race Lilia Vu of UCLA and Hannah Kim of Northwestern shared the title at 8-under.
Vu birdied the 18th hole to earn her share of the title while Kim had a disappointing finish with a 17th hole double-bogey.
With three wins already under their belt Stanford is poised to finish the regular season with a fourth. After two rounds at the Silverado Showdown hosted by the Silverado Resort and Spa defending champion Stanford is 17-under and five clear of second place UCLA.
For the second consecutive day the Cardinal have been led by freshman Andrea Lee. Currently 8-under, Lee is pacing the individual race and she has combined rounds of 68-68.
During her second consecutive 4-under 68, Lee birdied seven-times and bogeyed three-times. Lee, in search of her fourth medalist title of the year, opened her round with a birdie as she carded circles on five of the first eight holes on the way to turning in 5-under 31.
Also playing well for Stanford are Casey Danielson (T4; -6) and Sierra Kersten (T5; -3).
Second place UCLA, 12-under, is being led thus far by Lilia Vu who at 7-under is tied for second with Hannah Kim of Northwestern.
The individual top-five is being rounded out by six others at 3-under in a tie for fifth.
In the team standings Pac-12 rivals Stanford and UCLA have separated themselves from the pack with Colorado at 1-over sitting in a distant third, Northwestern at 5-over in fourth and California; Iowa State all the way back in a tie for fifth at 7-over.