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SportStanford defeats Texas, wins ninth men’s NCAA Championship

22:25  29 may  2019
22:25  29 may  2019 Source:   golfweek.com

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Stanford men's golf is once again a national champion.

No. 6 seed Stanford defeated No. 5 Texas 3-2 in the final match of the 2019 NCAA Div. I Men's Golf Championship at Blessings Golf Club.

The national title is the Cardinal's first since 2007 and ninth in program history.

Texas freshman Parker Coody put the first point on the board in the match, defeating fellow freshman and Stanford's semifinal broken driver hero Daulet Tuleubayev 6&5 in the match's fourth pairing to put the Longhorns up 1-0.

Stanford would respond to even the match, with senior Isaiah Salinda improving to 3-0 in match play this weekend, handing standout Texas freshman Cole Hammer his first loss of the week, 4&3.

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Brandon Wu added the second point for Stanford, defeating Pierceson Coody 4&3. Just seconds later, the fireworks erupted over Blessings as Henry Shimp defeated Spencer Soosman 2&1 to seal the deal.

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