Stanford Men's Golf Team 8-Time National Champions

Stanford Men's Golf Alumni - 1925 to Now

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AA-All American, C-Captain, MVP (most valuable), MIP (most improved), St (Steele, low frosh scoring), T (Tradition), Sp (Spooney). Tradition-exhibiting leadership, strong work ethic, academic excellence & appreciation of the University & team traditions. Spooney-the most tenacity & never give up attitude. Yearbook entries are from the annual Stanford Quad Yearbooks published annually since 1895. All-American selections started in 1958.
2013-14 Season. Season Summary & Results | Photo Albums | Coach: Conrad Ray
PLAYERS: Cameron Wilson (Sr-AA/T), Shane Lebow (Sr), Patrick Rodgers (Jr-AA/C/MVP), Patrick Grimes (Jr), David Boote (So-AA), Keegan English (So), Dominic Francks (So-Sp), Viraat Badhwar (Fr), Jim Liu (Fr), Maverick McNealy (Fr-MIP)
LebowMug60 Shane Lebow. Played on 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 teams. 75.86 2012-13 scoring avg in 7 events, 74.8 avg in 3 2011-12 events and 78.3 avg in 4 2010-11 events. Tied 5th in 2011 Sonoma State Invitational. From Santa Barbara.
RodgersMug60 Patrick Rodgers. Turned pro after 3 of the greatest seasons at Stanford setting many all-time records. 1st team All-American on 2012, 2013, 2014 teams. Winner of Nicklaus, Hogan and Haskins Awards in 2013-14 as the nation's best collegiate golfer. Ranked as #1 amateur in world in 2014. Won 6 tournaments in 2013-14 and 11 overall (tied with Tiger Woods for Stanford's most). Lowest career scoring average of 70.31. 2013-14 69.41 stroke average best all-time at Stanford. Team MVP all 3 seasons. Won 2014 Pac-12 Championship. Named Pac-12 Conference Player of Year in 2014, 1st team All-Conference all 3 years. Set Stanford tournament scoring records of 196 and 63 in 2014. Co-wins Al Masters Award as the most outstanding athlete across all sports at Stanford in 2014.
WilsonMug60 Cameron Wilson. Turned pro after a great Stanford career. Excelled on 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 teams. 1st team All-American in 2013-14. Winner of individual National Championship in 2014, plus two other tournaments. 2013-14 69.76 stroke average 2nd best all-time at Stanford. Finalist for 2013-14 Nicklaus and Ben Hogan Awards. 71.92 career stroke average 7th all-time at Stanford. 3rd team All-American, and All-American Scholar in 2012-13. College win at Olympia Fields in 2013. Course record 61 at CordeValle Collegiate in 2013. 71.43 stroke avg in 2012-13, 72.4 avg in 2011-12 and 74.4 avg in 2010-11. Rnd of 32 in 2009 US Amateur, US Open low qualifier in 2012 and qualified in 2014. Numerous amateur wins in greater NY area. Plays left handed. From Rowayton, CT.
2012-13 Season. NCAA Regionals | Media Guide | Season Summary & Results | Photo Albums | Coach: Conrad Ray
PLAYERS: Andrew Yun (Sr-T), Wilson Bowen (Sr), Andrew DeDecker (Sr), Cameron Wilson (Jr-AA/MIP), Shane Lebow (Jr), Patrick Rodgers (So-AA/MVP), Patrick Grimes (So), David Boote (Fr-St), Dominick Francks (Fr), Keegan English (Fr-Sp)
BowenMug60 Wilson Bowen. Played on 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 teams, with injuries affecting his ability to compete. Averaged 73.33 2012-13 in 1 event, 74.3 2011-12 in 2 events, 75.7 2010-11 in 1 event, 79.5 2009-10 in 2 events. From Winnetka, IL.
DeDeckerMug60 Andre DeDecker. Played on 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 teams. Finished 2nd in 2011 Sonoma State Invitational with rounds of 74-69-71. Averaged 76.08 2012-13 in 4 event, 75.3 2011-12 in 4 events and 74.9 2009-10 in 5 events. A lefthander from Cape Town, South Africa.
KearneyMug60 Steven Kearney. Played on 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 teams. Finished 4th in 2013 Hawaii event with rounds of 69-72-67. Averaged 74.87 2012-13 in 10 events, 75.0 2011-12 in 8 events, 74.8 2010-11 in 7 events and 75.6 2009-10 in 3 events. Qualified for 2011 and 2012 US Amateurs. Won 2012 San Diego City Am. From Carlsbad, CA.
YunMug_60 Andrew Yun. Excelled on 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 teams. One of Stanford's all-time best players finished career #3 on career scoring avg. at 71.50, behind only Tiger Woods & Patrick Rodgers. 1st team All-American in 2011, 2nd team All-American in 2012. MVP of 2010-11 team, team Tradition Award winner in 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons. Averaged 72.09 2012-13 in 7 events, 71.6 2011-12 in 12 events, 70.9 2010-11 in 11 events and 72.2 2009-10 in 10 events. 2-time winning member of Palmer Cup teams representing US vs Europe collegians, 2012 Pac-12 Champion with rounds of 68-70-69-68. From Chandler, Arizona. Turned pro in 2013.
2011-12 Season. Reached NCAA Finals | Season Summary & Results | Season Photo Albums | Coach: Conrad Ray
PLAYERS: David Chung (Sr-Sp), Wilson Bowen (Jr), Andrew Yun (Jr-AA/T), Steven Kearney (Jr), Andrew DeDecker (Jr), Cameron Wilson (So), Shane Lebow (So), Patrick Rodgers (Fr-AA/MVP/St), Marcel Puyat (Fr), Patrick Grimes (Fr-MIP)
David Chung. Letter winner 2008, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 team. Named 2010 3rd team All-American. Was an All-American Scholar in 2012. Received the "Spooney" Team Award in 2012 for 2010-11 season. Averaged 74.2 as senior in 10 events, 73.4 as junior and 71.4 as a sophomore in 10 events, 73.6 as freshman in 11 events. After a runner-up finish in the 2010 US Amateur, played in 2011 Masters & US Open and was a winning 2010 Palmer Cup participant in Ireland. Co-holds the Stanford course record with 61. Turned pro in the summer of 2012.
2010-11 Season. Reached NCAA Regionals | Season Summary & Results | Season Photo Albums | Coach: Conrad Ray
PLAYERS: Sihwan Kim (Sr), Steve Ziegler (Sr-T), Graham Brockington (Sr-MIP/Sp), David Chung (Jr), Wilson Bowen (Jr), Andrew Yun (So-AA/MVP), Andre DeDecker (So), Steven Kearney (So), Cameron Wilson (Fr-St) Shane Lebow (Fr)
Graham Brockington. Letter winner 2008, 2009-10 2010-11 team. Received the Stanford Athletic Dept Warrior Award for 2010-11 season. Averaged 75.1 as senior in 7 events, 74.6 as junior and 74.6 as a sophomore.
Sihwan Kim. Letter winner 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010-11. Named First Team All-American and All Pac-10 1st team as a freshman. Honorable mention All-American in 2009-10. Won the 2004 US Junior Amateur. Stroke average of 71.2 as freshman, 73.6 as sophomore, 72.3 as junior and 74.7 as senior.
Steve Ziegler. Letter winner 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010-11 (team captain). Named 2nd Team All-American, All Pac-10 1st team as a sophomore and team MVP. Honorable mention All-American in 2009-10. Stroke average of 74.1 as freshman, 72.5 as sophomore, 71.6 as junior and 74.2 as senior. Won 2009 USC Collegiate with 71-68-65. Named to 2009 US Porter Cup Team versus Europe.
2009-10 Season. Reached NCAA Finals | Season Summary & Results | Team Slide Shows | Coach: Conrad Ray
PLAYERS: Joseph Bramlett (Sr-T), Jordan Cox (Sr), Sihwan Kim (Jr-AA), Steve Ziegler (Jr-AA/Sp), Graham Brockington (Jr), David Chung (So-AA/MVP), Wilson Bowen (So), Andrew Yun (Fr-St), Andre DeDecker (Fr), Steven Kearney (Fr-MIP)
Joseph Bramlett. Letter winner 2006-7, 2007, 2008, 2009-10 and captain of 2009-10 team.. Member of 2007 national championship team. Injured wrist during 2007-8 & 2008-9 seasons limiting his play. 2006-7 2nd team All-American as freshman with a 71.4 scoring average. Turned professional in 2010 qualified for the PGA tour in 2011.
Jordan Cox. Letter winner 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009. Best season was 2007-8 when Jordan played in 9 events, had a 73.9 avg with 2 top ten and 4 top 25 finishes. Jordan turned professional in 2010 and played on East Coast mini-tours.
2008-09 Season. Reached NCAA Finals | Season Summary & Results | Team Slide Shows | Coach: Conrad Ray
PLAYERS: Dodge Kemmer (Sr), Daniel Lim (Sr-T/Sp), Joseph Bramlett (Jr), Jordan Cox (Jr), Sihwan Kim (So), Steve Ziegler (So-AA/MVP), Graham Brockington (So-MIP), David Chung (Fr-St), Wilson Bowen (Fr)
Dodge Kemmer. Letter winner 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009. Member of 2008 national runner-up team. Co-Captain of 2009 team. 2009 All-American Scholar. Returned to school in 2009-10 as a Human Biology major to earn degree and started playing professional golf in 2011.
Daniel Lim. Letter winner 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009. Member of 2007 national championship team. Co-Captain of 2009 team. 2007 Hon Mention All-American. Daniel turned professional and is playing on West Coast mini-tours preparing for Q-School.
2007-08 Season. National Runner-up | Season Summary/Results | Media Guide | Slide Shows | Coach: Conrad Ray
PLAYERS: Rob Grube (Sr-AA/T), Dodge Kemmer (Jr-Sp), Daniel Lim (Jr), Joseph Bramlett (So), Jordan Cox (So), Sihwan Kim (Fr-AA/MVP/St), Steve Ziegler (Fr), Graham Brockington (Fr-MIP), Matt Kennerknecht (Fr)
Rob Grube. Letter winner 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008. Member of 2007 national championship team. Captain of 2008 national runner-up. Only Stanford's 2nd 4-time All-American. | 3rd team 2008, 2nd team 2007, 2nd team 2006, honorable mention 2005. Coach Conrad Ray says that "Rob will go down in the history books as one as Stanford's all time greats. He was the catalyst for the turn around of our program the last few years and was a true pleasure to coach. His work ethic and approach to the game will set our team standards for years to come." Turned pro after graduation - finished tied for 4th in pro debut on Canadian Tour. | Stanford career scoring statistics.
2006-07 Season. National Champions | Season Results | Media Guide | Yearbook roster & photos | Video Highlights | Slide Shows | Team Photos | Coach: Conrad Ray
PLAYERS: Matt Shin (Sr), Matt Savage (Sr-AA/MIP), Zack Miller (Sr-AA/Tr), Rob Grube (Jr-AA/MVP), Dodge Kemmer (So), Daniel Lim (So-AA), Joseph Bramlett (Fr-AA/St/Sp), Jordan Cox (Fr)
Zack Miller. Letter winner 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007. Member of 2007 national championship team. Honorable mention All-American 2006, 2nd team All-American 2007. In his senior year, Zack competed in all 13 events for Stanford with a 71.4 stroke average in 41 rounds played. He recorded three par and 20 under par rounds. 2007 interview with Pacific Citizen. "Zack's future is bright," said Coach Conrad Ray. "With a Stanford degree, a great personality and physical skills that very few people have, the sky is the limit." Stanford career scoring statistics.
Matt Savage. Letter winner 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007. Member of the 2007 national championship team. 3rd team All-American in 2007. Academic All-American in 2006 & 2007. As a Senior in 2006-07: Competed in 11 events for the Cardinal with a 71.5 stroke average in 35 rounds played. Recorded four par and 16 under par rounds. Registered nine top 25 finishes including five top 10. First-team All-Pac-10 selection. Matt plans to play golf professionally. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Matt Shin. Letter winner 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007. As a Senior in 2006-07: Competed in three events for the Cardinal with a 77.0 stroke average in nine rounds played ... Recorded one par round ... Top finish was a tie for 51st at the U.S. Intercollegiate ... Shot a season-low round of 70 at the event. Stanford career scoring statistics.
2005-06 Season. Season Results | Media Guide | Yearbook roster & photos | Team Slide Shows | Team Photos | Coach: Conrad Ray
PLAYERS: Kyle Gentry (Sr-T), Scott MacDonald (Sr), Matt Shin (Jr), Matt Savage (Jr), Zack Miller (Jr), Rob Grube (So-AA/MVP/Sp), Dodge Kemmer (Fr-MIP/St), Daniel Lim (Fr)
Kyle Gentry. Letter winner 2003, 2004. As a Junior in 2004-05: Competed in eight events (25 rounds) for the Cardinal with a 74.4 stroke average. Tallied one top-10 and one top-25 performance. Recorded five par and four under-par rounds during the season. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Scott MacDonald. As a Junior in 2004-05: Competed in six events (19 rounds) for the Cardinal with a 74.6 stroke average. Recorded one top-10 finish. Tallied three under-par rounds during the season. Graduated June 2006. Stanford career statistics.
2004-05 Season. Season Results | Yearbook photos | Team T8th at NCAAs | Coach: Conrad Ray
PLAYERS: Kevin Blue (Sr-T), Blake Mastalir (Sr), Pat Phillips (Sr), Brian Sinay (Sr), Kyle Gentry (Jr), Scott MacDonald (Jr), Zack Miller (So), Matt Shin (So), Matt Savage (So-MIP), Scott MacDonald (So), Rob Grube (Fr-AA/MVP/St), Brandon Lawson (?), Teddy Collins (Fr)
Kevin Blue. Letter winner 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005. As a senior played in 13 events averaging 73.59. Academic All-American 2004. As a Junior in 2003-04: Competed in all 12 events (37 rounds) for Stanford with a 74.3 stroke average ... Had three top-25 finishes on the year ... Carded two par and six under par rounds during the season ... Tied for 14th at the U.S. Intercollegiate with a three-round total of 216 ... First-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection. Named Associate AD in Stanford's Athletic Dept in 2011. Received Ph.D in Education and Sports Psychology from Michigan State University and management training from the Stanford GSB. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Teddy Collins. Competed in 8 events in 2004-05 season. Low round of 69 with a best finish of T31. Had a 76.09 avg his freshman year. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Pat Phillips. Letter winner 2001-02 and 2004-05. Competed in 9 events as a freshman, 6 as a sophomore, 3 as a junior with a 75.99 stroke average & 10 as a senior with 66 as a low round and T9th as best finish ... Honorable Mention Pac-10 All-Academic selection. Stanford career scoring statistics.
2003-04 Season. Season Results | Yearbook roster & photos | Coach: Jeff Mitchell
PLAYERS: Brian Sinay (Sr), Kevin Blue (Jr), Blake Mastalir (Jr), Pat Phillips (Jr), Kyle Gentry (So-MIP), Scott MacDonald (So), Scott MacDonald (So), Brandon Lawson (?), Zack Miller (Fr-MVP/St), Matt Shin (Fr), Matt Savage (Fr), Eric Johnson (?-T)
Eric Johnson. Played in 3 events over two years, from 2002-03 to 2003-04. Had a low round of 74. Was a two-sport athlete at Stanford: in addition to being on the golf team he was the football team's starting punter for several years. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Brandon Lawson. Letter winner 2004. Freshman Season (2003-04 at Stanford) compiled a 75.5 stroke average over 28 rounds. Finished 32nd at the Cleveland Golf Classic. Shot under par four times. Transferred to Purdue University in 2005. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Blake Mastalir. Letter winner 2002, 2003, 2004. Academic All-American 2002, 2003, & 2004. As a Junior in 2002-03: Competed in 10 events (31 rounds) for Stanford with a 74.9 stroke average ... Posted one top-10 finish on the year ... Tied for sixth at the Windon Memorial Classic, turning in a three-round score of 214 ... Cleveland Golf All-American Scholar Athlete ... Pac-10 All-Academic First-Team selection. Stanford career scoring statistics.
2002-03 Season. Season Results | Media Guide | Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Jeff Mitchell
PLAYERS: Jim Seki (Sr-MVP), Ron Won (Sr), George Downing (Sr-MIP), Del de Windt (Sr), Blake Mastalir (Jr), Brian Sinay (Jr), Kevin Blue (So-T), Pat Phillips (So), Kyle Gentry (Fr-St), Scott MacDonald (Fr)
Delano de Windt. Letter winner 2001 and played from 1989-99 thru 2002-03. Low round of 70 and T35 was best finish. Senior avg was 75.78. Stanford career scoring statistics.
George Downing. Letter winner 2001, 2002, 2003. Academic All-American 2003. Averaged 74.68 in 11 events in 2002-03 with a low round of 69. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Jim Seki. Letter winner 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003. 1st team all Pac-10 conference 2002. Won the individual Pac-10 conference championship in 2002. As a junior he notched three top-10 and five top-25 finishes, and was the team's best finisher at the NCAA's, tying for 37th after two days. Canadian golf tour member. Also played on the Asian, Japan Challenge & Pepsi tours. 2005 Northern California Classic Champion. 2003 Pepsi Tour TOC champion. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Brian Sinay. Played in three events while at Stanford with a low round of 72 and a T2nd low tournament finish. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Ron Won. Letter winner 1999-00, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03. Academic All-American 2003. Has played professionally on the Asian Tour since leaving Stanford. Stanford career scoring statistics.
2001-02 Season. Season Results | Season Stats | Media Guide | Yearbook roster & photos | Coach: Jeff Mitchell.
PLAYERS: Phil Rowe (Sr-AA/MVP), Ned Yetten (Sr), Jim Seki (Jr), Ron Won (Jr), Delano de Windt (Jr), George Downing (Jr), Blake Mastalir (So-MIP), Brian Sinay (So), Kevin Blue (Fr-St), Pat Phillips (Fr-T)
Philip Rowe. Letter winner 2000, 2001, 2002. Honorable mention All-American 2002. Academic All-American 2001 & 2002. 1st team all Pac-10 conference 2002. As a junior he had the team's lowest scoring average (72.9), won one event and was 2nd team All-Pac-10. 2001 article in Stanford Daily. | European golf results in 2007. European tour profile. Order of Merit standings: 2005 - 23rd on Europro Tour, 2006 - 10th on Europro Tour, 2007 - 8th on Alps Tour Tournament victories: 2006 - Open de Pays Basque (France), Towergate Insurance Championship (England), Open de la Reunion (French Island in Indian Ocean) Tournament low round: 64 in Open de la Reunion round 3 (course record). Stanford career scoring statistics. | His excellent website is updated regularly. | May 2008 update on pro golf career. | Aug 2008 update. | Nov 2008 update.
Ned Yetten. Played in 9 events over his 4-year career with a low round of 69 and T9th as a best tournament finish. In 5 events in 1998-99 averaged 77.92. Stanford career scoring statistics.
2000-01 Season. Season Results | Media Guide | Yearbook roster & photos | Team T20th at NCAAs.Stanford Daily article. Coach: Jeff Mitchell.
PLAYERS: Philip Rowe (Jr-MVP), Alex Aragon (Sr) Rudy Barreto (Sr), Eric Dahlberg (Sr), Jimmy Lee (Sr), Ned Yetten (Jr), George Downing (So), Jim Seki (So), Ron Won (So), Blake Mastalir (Fr-St), Brian Sinnay (Fr), Sean Zaharakes (Fr)
Alex Aragon. Letter winner 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. Touring professional since leaving Stanford - see playing history. | 2006 PGA tour results. | Stanford career scoring statistics.
Rudy Barreto. As a senior in 2001 he played in three events. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Eric Dahlberg. Letter winner 1999, 2000, 2001. Academic All-American 2001. He contributed to the team throughout his last season with two top-10 finishes and five top-25 finishes, including a tie for eighth at the season-opening Husky Classic. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Jimmy Lee. Letter winner 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. Robert Steele Award for lowest freshman stroke average. Captain in 2000-01 season. Winner of the "Prestige" tournament in 2000. Currently living in Chicago, working in Private Equity. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Sean Zaharakes. Played in 1 event in 2000-01 tying for 50th. Stanford career scoring statistics.
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1999-00 Season. Season Results | Media Guide | gostanford.com archives | Yearbook roster & photos | Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Phil Rowe (So), Dusty Brett (Sr-MVP), Jimmy Lee (Jr), Eric Dahlberg (Jr), Alex Aragon (Jr), Rudy Barreto (Jr), Del de Windt (So), George Downing (Fr), Jim Seki (Fr-St), Ron Won (Fr), K.C. Yasmer (So), Ned Yetten (So)
Dusty Brett. Letter winner 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. In 1996-97 played in 13 events averaging 74.42. Stanford career scoring statistics.
K. C. Yasmer. Played on the 1998-99 & 1999-00 teams. Competed in four events for the Cardinal. His memories include 6 am workouts, qualifiers with 3 clubs and no pins, Wally's van, impact bags, Hotel Calif foursome, clothing tags with your name on them, Bobby Jones golf bags, 11th hole at the Raven and Alex & Jimmy's putting contest dominance. Currently works for a national real estate development firm, Forest City Enterprises, in Cleveland, Ohio. Stanford career scoring statistics.
1998-99 Season. Season Results | Season Stats | Media Guide | Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Joel Kribel (Sr-AA/MVP), David Searle (Sr), Tyler Dennis (Sr), Dusty Brett (Jr), Tylar Lunke (Jr), John Anderson (So), Alex Aragon (So), Rudy Barreto (So), Eric Dahlberg (So), Del deWindt (Fr), Jimmy Lee (So), K.C. Yasmer (Fr), Ned Yetten (Fr-St)
John Anderson. Played in 4 events over two years with the team with a low round of 73. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Tyler Dennis. Letter winner 1995-96 playing in 9 events with a T14th as a best finish. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Joel Kribel. Letter winner 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. Honorable mention All-American 1996, 1st team All-American in 1997, 1998 & 1999. 1st team all Pac-10 conference in 1996, 1997, 1998 & 1999. Pac-10 player of the year in 1999. Stanford archive photos. Was runner-up in the 1997 US Amateur and NCAA Finals, and medalist in the 1998 US Amateur. Has been a touring professional since graduating. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Tylar Lunke. Letter winner 1998. He's a financial consultant with RBC Wealth Management. Married to US Women's Open champion Hillary Lunke. LinkedIn Biography. | Stanford career scoring statistics.
David Searle. Played in 6 events over two years, 4 in 1997-98 averaging 74.91, with 70 as low round. Stanford career scoring statistics.
1997-98 Season. Season Results | Media Guide | Joel Kribel T2nd at NCAAs as individual | Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Joel Kribel (Jr-AA/MVP), Eri Crum (Sr), David Searle (Jr), Tyler Dennis (Jr), Dusty Brett (So), Andy Hastings (So), Tylar Lunke (So), Alex Aragon (Fr), Rudy Barreto (Fr), Eric Dahlberg (Fr), James Lee (Fr-St), John Anderson (Fr), Seth Wang (Fr)
Eri Crum. Letter winner 1997 & 1998. Played in 12 events in 1996-97. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Andy Hastings. Played in 7 events over two years with a 74 as low round and T38th as best finish. Stanford career scoring statistics. June 2008 - Currently Andy is an attorney in Spokane taking a year off to get a Masters in Taxation at the Univ of Washington Law School.
1996-97 Season. 8th in NCAA Finals. Media Guide | Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Player Stats | Team Photo | Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Joel Kribel (So-AA/MVP), Conrad Ray (Sr-C), Eri Crum (Jr), Jake Poe (Jr), Tyler Dennis (So), Scott Wang (So), Dustin Brett (Fr-St), Tylar Lunke (Fr), Andy Hastings (Fr), Michael Wiemer (Fr)
David Munro. Played in 1 event in 1996-97. Stanford scoring statistics.
Jake Poe. Letter winner 1997 playing in 9 events earning 2nd team Pac 10. Called the team's funniest player by Coach Wally Goodwin (see Goodwin video interview Part 4). Manager & part owner of family-run Perche Creek Golf Club in Missouri. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Conrad Ray. Letter winner 1995, 1996, 1997. Team captain in 1996-97. Played in 15 events averging 73.95 in 1997. Earned All-Pac-10 and All-Pac-10 All-Academic honors as a senior. Stanford archive photos. Played in 61 Nationwide Tour events between 1997 and 2004 until he became head coach at Stanford in 2004. Played in the 2005 US Open. National and Pac 10 Coach of the Year in 2007. Team won national championship in 2007. Married and proud parent of a daughter. Plays the cello.
David Schwartz. Played in 1 event in 1996-97. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Scott Wang. Letter winner 1997. He's a technology lead at Yahoo. LinkedIn biography. | Stanford career scoring statistics.
Michael Weimer. Letter winner 1997 playing in 7 events with a low round of 71. Stanford career scoring statistics.
1995-96 Season. Season Results | Team Photo | | Yearbook photo | Team was 4th at NCAAs | Team Photo at NCAA West Regional | Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Tiger Woods (So-AA/MVP), Joel Kribel (Fr-AA/St), Conrad Ray (Jr), Jerry Chang (Sr), Darren Dragovich (Sr), Eri Crum (So), Jake Poe (So), Scott Wang (Fr), Pete Ligotti (?), David Garcia (?),
Jerry Chang. Letter winner 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Darren Dragovich. Letter winner 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996. He earned a law degree from the Univ. of Virginia in 1999. Currently he's cousel at Western Union. LinkedIn biography. | Stanford career scoring statistics.
Dave Garcia. Letter winner 1995, 1996. Played in 17 events over his Stanford career with 70 as his low round. Stanford career scoring statistics.
Pete Ligotti. Letter winner 1993, 1996. He's a senior researcher with Callaway Golf in the greater San Diego area. LinkedIn biography. | Stanford career scoring statistics.
Justin Pittman. Played in 4 events in his Stanford career. Stanford scoring statistics.
Tiger Woods. Letter winner 1995, 1996. 1st team All-American 1995 & 1996. 1st team all-conference in 1995 & 1996. Individual Pac-10 conference champion 1996. Pac-10 player of the year in 1995 & 1996. Stanford archive photos. | Tiger on his Stanford experience. Member of a Walker Cup team. His golf career accomplishments are legendary including 13 major professional championships thru 2007. Stanford career scoring statistics.
1994-95 Season. Team photo | NCAA Team photo | Yearbook has only 2 photos
Team was 2nd, losing in a playoff at NCAAs (Video Highlights) | Coach: Wally Goodwin
PLAYERS: Tiger Woods (Fr), Notah Begay III (Sr-AA), Casey Martin (Sr-AA), Conrad Ray (So), William Yanagisawa (Sr), Steve Burdick, Eri Crum, Matt Thompson, Darren Dragovich (Jr), Jerry Chang (Jr)
begay3_60 Notah Begay. Letter winner 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995. Member of the 1994 national championship team. 3rd team All-American 1992, 1st team All-American 1994. 1st team all Pac-10 conference in 1992 & 1994. Stanford archive photos. Member of a Walker Cup team. Member of the PGA tour for many years since graduating. notah.com | June 2008 article about his latest comeback. | Stanford career scoring statistics.
Casey Martin. Letter winner 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995. Member of the 1994 national championship team. Honorable mention All-American 1991, 2nd team All-American 1994. 1st team all Pac-10 conference 1994. Academic All-American 1955. Stanford archive photos. Played on the PGA tour and Nationwide tour until becoming head coach of the University of Oregon in 2006. 2001 TIME Magazine article about his legal battle with the PGA Tour based on the US Disabilities Act. Wikipedia biography. | Stanford career scoring statistics.
Matt Thompson. Played in 1 event in his Stanford career. Stanford scoring statistics.
Will Yanigisawa. Letter winner 1994, 1995. Member of the 1994 national championship team. 2nd team All-American 1994. Has played professionally since leaving Stanford. Canadian tour member. Winner 2005 Hawaii Pearl Open. Stanford career scoring statistics.
1993-94 Season. Yearbook has only 2 photos | National Champion | Conference team champion
Video Highlights | Missing Media Guide | Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Notah Begay III (Jr-AA), Casey Martin (Jr-AA), William Yanagisawa, Steve Burdick, Brad Lanning, Darren Dragovich (So), Jerry Chang (So)- missing info on other players
Steve Burdick. Letter winner 1992, 1993, 1994. Member of 1994 national championship team. 3rd team All-American 1993. 1st team all Pac-10 conference 1993. Stanford career scoring statistics. | Stanford archive photos.
Dale Chavez. Played in 1 event in his Stanford career. Stanford scoring statistics.
Tim Healey. Played in 1 event in his Stanford career. Stanford scoring statistics.
Brad Lanning. Letter winner 1992, 1994. Played in 15 events in 1993-94 averaging 74.17. Member of 1994 national championship team. | Stanford career scoring statistics.
1992-93 Season. Yearbook has only 2 photos | Missing Media Guide. Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Steve Burdick, Jerry Chang, Darren Dragovich, Pete Ligotti, Paul Hinkle, David Rutkowski - missing info on other players
Dave Rutkowski. Letter winner 1991, 1992, 1993.
We encourage alumni to update us about yourself, add a story about your team, send a photo,
or if your name is missing please email Bob Stevens at bob@stanfordmensgolf.org.
1991-92 Season. Yearbook has only 2 photos | Conference team champion | Team was 9th at NCAAs | Missing Media Guide. Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Notah Begay III (Jr-AA), Christian Cevaer (Sr-AA), Casey Martin (So-AA) (AA), Dave Rutkowski, Steve Burdick, Jerry Chang, Brad Lanning, Mike Milliken
Christian Cevaer. Letter winner 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992. Honorable mention All-American 1990, 3rd team All-American 1992. 1st team all conference 1989 & 1990. Individual conference champion in 1989 & 1992. Member of European PGA Tour. christian-cevaer.com. | Wikipedia biography | June 08 update from European Tour.
Mike Milliken. Letter winner 1991, 1992.
1990-91 Season. Yearbook has only 2 photos
Team was T-15th at NCAAs. Missing Media Guide | Coach: Wally Goodwin
PLAYERS: Notah Begay III (So-AA), Christian Cevaer (Jr-AA), Casey Martin (Fr-AA), Mike Milliken - missing info on other players
1989-90 Season. Missing Media Guide and Yearbook info. Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Christian Cevaer (So-AA), Don Christensen, Mark Funseth, Brad Geer, Johan Remmelgas, Steve White
Brad Benbrook. Letter winner 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990. From the 88-89 media guide: "Played in 7 tournaments ... last year ... with a 77.1 avg., 5th best on the team. Received a law degree from UC Berkeley. He's a partner with Stevens & O'Connell LLP. LinkedIn Biography.
Don Christensen. Letter winner 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990. Academic All-American 1989 & 1990. From the 88-89 media guide: "the steadiest player on the team a year ago ... developed a knack for playing his best golf on the final round. Averaged 77.5 the last two seasons. 3-time member of the Stanford Athletic Honor Roll ... phychology major".
Mark Funseth. Letter winner 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990. From the 1988-89 media guide: "Stanford's #1 golfer in 87-88 with a team low 75.6 avg ... has held the team's low scoring avg. the past two seasons ... with a 77.0 avg. in 85-86." Had 3 top 20 finishes in 87-88 with one win at the Silverado Invitational (74-73-75). Stanford Athletic Honor Roll member in 1987.
Johan Remmelgas. Letter winner 1990.
Steve White. Letter winner 1987, 1990.
1988-89 Season. Media Guide | Yearbook only has 2 photos | Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Brad Geer (Sr), John Mahon (Sr), Jeff Gilbert (Sr), Mark Funseth (Jr), Chris Barbour (Jr), Brad Benbrook (Jr), Mike Hubley (Jr), Brad Joondeph (Jr), Steve White (Jr), Josh Zander (Jr), Don Christensen (Jr), Jeff Miehe (So), Christian Cevaer (Fr-AA), Chris Doble (Fr), Sean Greenlee (Fr)
Brad Geer. Letter winner 1986, 1987, 1989. From the 1988-89 media guide: "Competed in the NCAA Championship as a freshman. Two-time member of the Stanford Athletic Honor Roll ... Brad is a tenacious player. He can become a real contributor this season." Quantitative economics major.
Josh Zander. Letter winner 1988, 1989. Academic All-Amerian in 1989. From the 1988-89 media guide: "Finished the 87-88 season with a 77.8 avg in 8 tournamewnts ... 27th overall at the Pac-10 championship. Member of the Stanford Athletic Honor Roll." History major. He is a nationally prominent teaching professional at Stanford.
1987-88 Season. Yearbook summary & photos | Team Photo | Missing Media Guide Team Photo. | Coach: Wally Goodwin.
PLAYERS: Brad Benbrook (So), Chris Weyland, Brad Joondeph (So), John Mahon (Jr), Mark Funseth, Don Christensen, Josh Zander
Brad Joondeph. Letter winner 1988. From the 1988-89 Media Guide: "The most improved player on the team in 87-88 ... averaged 76.9 a year ago, 3rd best on the team and a 3-stroke improvement from his 86-87 team ... placed among the top-20 in 3 tournaments last season. Tied for 12th in the Pac-10 championship." Political science major. After receiving a law degree from Stanford in 1994 he is now an Associate Professor at the Santa Clara University School of Law.
John Mahon. Letter winner 1987, 1988. From the 1988-89 media guide: "A 5th year senior .. posted the 2nd lowest average ... at 76.5 ... played every tourament of the 87-88 season ... tied for 11th at the Stanford Intercollegiate." Chinese Studies major.
1986-87 Season. Yearbook summary & photos | Missing Media Guide. Coach: Tim Shaaf.
PLAYERS: Rich Marik (Sr), Roger Minaglia (So), Mark Funseth, Brad Benbrook, Don Christensen, Brad Geer, John Mahon, Douglas Mansfield, Casey Pittock, Mike Pope, Steve White
Douglas Mansfield. Letter winner 1985, 1986, 1987. Doug is a litigator with Jones Day and has many years of experience in complex corporate and commercial litigation and class actions. He earned his law degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1994. Doug spent four years in the U.S. Army as a Chinese linguist and three years in Tokyo as a securities analyst. He is proficient in Mandarin Chinese and Japanese.
Rich Marik. Letter winner 1985, 1986, 1987. Won the US Junior Amateur in 1982, the year after his friend Scott Erickson (see 1985 season below), & fellow member of Yorba Linda (Calif.) Country Club. He's the owner of Pure Golf, Inc. in the SF Bay Area. LinkedIn biography.
Roger Minaglia. Letter winner 1986, 1987. The Quad yearbook indicates that Roger was the #1 man for much of the 1986-87 season.
Casey Pittock. Letter winner 1985, 1986, 1987.
Mike Pope. Letter winner 1985, 1986, 1987.
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1985-86 Season. Yearbook summary & photo | Missing Media Guide. Coach: Tim Shaaf.
PLAYERS: Carl Wagner (Sr), Don Walsworth (Sr), Phil Crowley, John Scanlon, Rich Marik (Jr), Cole Thompson (Jr), John Dickey (So), Brad Greer (Fr), Roger Minaglia (Fr), Casey Pittock, Mike Pope
John Dickey. Letter winner 1985, 1986.
Phil Rowley. Letter winner 1984, 1985, 1986.
Carl Wagner. Letter winner 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986. 1st team all conference 1986. Academic All-American 1986.
Don Walsworth. Letter winner 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986. 1st team all conference 1986. Individual conference champion 1986. Academic All-American 1986. After earning his economics degree at Stanford, he spent 15 years playing professional golf, and then joined the family business, Walworth Publishing Company, as President and Director. After regaining his amateur status, he was the Kansas City golfer of the year in 2007.
1984-85 Season. Yearbook summary & photos | Missing Media Guide. Coach: Tim Shaaf.
PLAYERS: Tim Robinson, Scott Erikson (Sr), Phil Crowley, John Scanlon, Carl Wagner, Don Walsworth, Rich Marik (So), Cole Thompson (So), John Dickey (Fr), Lew Dickey, Douglas Mansfield, Casey Pittock, Mike Pope, Doug Thompson
Scott Erickson. Letter winner 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985. Honorable mention All-American in 1984, All Pac-10 2nd team in 1983. Academic All-American 1985. Won the US Junior Amateur in 1981, followed by his Rich Marik (see 1987 above), a friend & fellow member of Yorba Linda (Calif.) Country Club. Received a degree in Econmics. He's an attorney in Scottsdale, AZ.
Lew Dickey. Letter winner 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985. Received an English degree. He's the chairman/CEO of Cumulus Media in Atlanta.
Tim Robinson. Letter winner 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985. All-American (3rd team) in 1985. Honorable mention All-American 1981. All Pac-10 (1st team) in 1985, All Pac-10 (2nd team) in 1984, All Pac-10 (1st team) in 1981. Academic All-American 1985. 1st team all conference 1985. Received an Economics degree & an MS in Engineering Economics. Stanford archive photos.
Cole Thompson. Letter winner 1983, 1985.
1983-84 Season. Yearbook summary & photos | Missing Media Guide.Coach: Tim Shaaf.
PLAYERS: Lanny Sawchuck (Sr), Pat English (Sr), Tim Robinson (Sr), Lew Dickey (Sr), Doug Thompson (Sr), Josh Mondry (Jr), Scott Erikson (Jr), Randy Arvidson, Phil Crowley, Rocky Reif, John Scanlon, Carl Wagner, Don Walsworth
Josh Mondry. Letter winner 1982, 1983, 1984.
Doug Monroe. Letter winner 1984.
Rocky Rief. Letter winner 1984. Expects to be working for Coca-Cola in Sydney, Australia through 2013.
Lanny Sawchuck. Letter winner 1982, 1983, 1984. Was the #1 player in his senior season.
Doug Thompson. Letter winner 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984.
1982-83 Season. Yearbook summary & photo | Missing Media Guide. Coach: Tim Shaaf.
PLAYERS: Jack Skilling (Sr), Pat English (Jr), Tim Robinson (Jr), Lew Dickey (Jr), Doug Thompson (Jr), Josh Mondry (So), Scott Erikson (So), Lanny Sawchuck, Randy Arvidson, Phil Crowley, Rocky Reif, John Scanlon, Carl Wagner, Don Walsworth, Cole Thompson
Pat English. Played from 1979 to 1983 competing in about a dozen varsity tournaments for coaches Bruce Summerhays and then David Yates. Director of research and President of Fiduciary Management out of Milwaukee.
John Scanlon. Letter winner 1982. Played from 1979 to 1983 for coaches Bruce Summerhays, David Yates, and Tim Schaaf. Celebrating 25th wedding anniversary this year, where teammate Tad Buchanan was best man. Partner and founder of LogiSolve LLC based in Minnesota. Email John at john.scanlon@logisolve.com
1981-82 Season. Yearbook summary & photos | Missing Media Guide. Coach: Tim Shaaf.
PLAYERS: David Games (Sr), Tad Buchanan (Sr), Niel Robinson (Sr), Pat English (So), Tim Robinson (So), Lew Dickey (So), Doug Thompson (So), Josh Mondry (Fr), Scott Erikson (Fr), Lanny Sawchuck, Randy Arvidson, John Scanlon
David Games. Letter winner 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982. 1st team all conference 1981.
Neil Robinson. Letter winner 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982.
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1980-81 Season. Yearbook summary & photos | Missing Media Guide. Coach: David Yates.
PLAYERS: Jack Skilling (Jr-C), David Games (Jr), Tad Buchanan (Jr), Neil Robinson (Jr), Pat English (So), Tim Robinson (Fr), Lew Dickey (Fr), Doug Thompson (Fr)
Tad Buchanan. Letter winner 1981. Became a successful golf course architect, teaming with Carter Moorish on several projects, including the Saddle Creek golf course and resort in Northern California.
Jack Skilling. Letter winner 1979, 1980, 1981. Conference champion 1980.
1979-80 Season. Yearbook summary & photos | Missing Media Guide. Coach: David Yates.
PLAYERS: Doug Clarke (Sr), Steve Schroeder (Sr-AA), Jeff Armstrong (Sr), Ken Bakst (Sr), Doug Williams (Sr), , Mike Guss (Jr), Eric Morse (Jr), David Games (So), Steve Hoyt (So), Niel Robinson (So), Jack Skilling (So), Pat English (Fr), John Julius, Eric Michael Jones
Ken Bakst. Letter winner 1977, 1978, 1980.
Doug Clarke. Letter winner 1978, 1979, 1980. 3rd team All-American 1978. Member of a Walker Cup team and a Masters competitor. Lost in the finals of the 1976 USGA Junior Amateur championship. 21 Stanford archived photos. Doug passed away at age 50 in his hometown San Diego.
John Julius. Letter winner 1980.
Steve Schroeder. Letter winner 1978, 1979, 1980. 1st team all conference 1979. Honorable mention All-American in 1979. Stanford archive photos.
1978-79 Season. Media Guide | Yearbook roster & photo | Coach: Bruce Summerhayes.
PLAYERS: Jon (Bud) Ardell (Sr), Kim Cater (Sr), Tom Hales (Sr), Eduardo Cortes (Sr), Jeff Armstrong (Jr), Steve Schroeder (Jr-AA/MVP), Doug Williams (Jr), Doug Clarke (So), Mike Guss (So), Eric Morse (So), David Games (Fr), Steve Hoyt (Fr), Neil Robinson (Fr), Jack Skilling (Fr)
Jon Ardell. Letter winner 1977, 1978, 1979.
Jeff Armstrong. Letter winner 1978.
Kim Carter. Letter winner 1976, 1977, 1979. 1st team all conference 1979.
Eduardo Cortes. On the 1976, 1978 and 1979 teams.
Tom Hales. Letter winner 1977.
Eric Morse. Letter winner 1978, 1979.
1977-78 Season. Media Guide | No Yearbook info | Coach: Bruce Summerhayes.
PLAYERS: Mike Peck (Sr-AA/MVP), John Norville (Sr), Jon (Bud) Ardell (Jr), Kim Cater (Jr), Eduardo Cortes (Jr), Tom Hales (Jr), Joseph Limoli (Jr), Jeff Armstrong (So), Ken Bakst (So), Bill Behling (So), Steve Schroeder (So), Doug Williams (So), Doug Clarke (Fr-AA), Eric Morse (Fr)
John Norville. Letter winner 1978. Co-writer and golf consultant of the 1996 classic golf movie Tin Cup, starring Kevin Costner. Here are production notes about Tin Cup.
Mike Peck. Letter winner 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978. Honorable mention All-American 1975, 3rd team All-American 1976, 2nd team All-American 1977 & 1978. Conference champion in 1977 & 1978. Stanford archive photos. Member of a Walker Cup team. Played professionally for several years after graduation, finishing 43rd in the 1981 US Open.
1976-77 Season. Conference team champion. Media Guide | Yearbook roster & photos | Coach: Bud Finger's last season.
PLAYERS: Bruce Cardinal (Sr), Glenn Goethals (Sr), Andy MacKay (Sr), Bruce McDonald (Sr), Jay Johnston (Sr), Mike Peck (Jr-AA/MVP), Ray Navis (Jr), John Norville (Jr), Jon (Bud) Ardell (So), Kim Cater (So), Tom Hales (So), Jeff Armstrong (Fr), Ken Bakst (Fr), Doug Rogers
Bruce Cardinal. Letter winner 1977. Son of Robert Cardinal, 1947 Stanford Hall of Fame member.
MarkChapin60 Mark Chalpin. Played as a freshman. After graduation, attended law school at Boalt Hall. Moved to DC in 1980 lawyering at the GAO and Dept. of Veteran Affairs for many years. Focused on international trade & procurement for the architectural, engineering & construction industry. Represented architects in the US-Canada free trade talks. In private practice since 1997 - MarkChalpin.com | Shares memories of his Stanford golf teammates after his 25th reunion in 2012. In 2012, joined his 4th country club, Norbeck CC, and will golf as long as his arthritic back allows.
Glenn Goethals. Letter winner 1974, 1976, 1977.
Jay Johnston. Letter winner 1975, 1976, 1977.
Andrew MacKay. Letter winner 1977.
Bruce McDonald. Letter winner 1976.
Ray Navis. Letter winner 1976.
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1975-76 Season. Media Guide | No Yearbook info | Coach: Bud Finger's last season.
PLAYERS: Ed Elordi (Sr), Tom Mason (Sr), Mike McBride (Sr), Wade Nonnenberg (Sr), Glenn Goethals (Jr), Jay Johnston (Jr), Andy Mackay (Jr), Bruce McDonald (Jr), Mike Peck (So-AA/MVP), Lynn Pittinger (So), Wade Snell (So), Ray Navis (So), John Baity (So), Tom Hales (Fr), Doug Rice (Fr), Kim Cater (Fr), Eduardo Cortes (Fr)
John Baity. Letter winner 1975.
Ed Elordi. On the 1976 team.
Tom Mason. On the 1974, 1975 and 1976 teams.
Wade Nonnenberg. Letter winner 1976.
Lyndon Pittinger. Letter winner 1975.
Doug Rice. Letter winner 1976.
Pete Snell. Letter winner 1975.
1974-75 Season. Media Guide | No Yearbook info | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Dave Baskins (Sr-AA/MVP), Aly Trompas (Sr), Conrad Nilmeier (Sr), George Pettinger (Sr), Mike McBride (Sr), Tom Mason (Jr), Wade Nonnenberg (Jr), Jay Johnstone (So), Bruce Cardinal (So), Glenn Goethals (So), Mike Peck (Fr), Robert Blum (Fr), Ray Navis (Fr), Lynn Pittenger (Fr), Pete Snell, John Baity
Dave Baskins. Letter winner 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975. Honorable mention All-American 1973, 3rd team All-American 1974 & 1975. Stanford archive photos.
Robert Blum. Letter winner 1975.
Aly Trompas. Letter winner 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975. Honorable mention All-American 1974. Stanford archive photos. He was the 1969 winner of the USGA junior championship. He remains one of the more celebrated junior golfers from the San Diego area, as noted in this 2006 interview.
Michael McBride. Letter winner 1974, 1975.
Conrad Nilmeier. Letter winner 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975. Honorable mention All-American in 1973. Stanford archive photos.
George Pettinger. Letter winner 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975. Honorable mention All-American 1974.
1973-74 Season. Conference team champion. Media Guide | Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Steve Oliverio (Sr), Bob Harrington (Sr), Aly Trompas (Jr-AA), Dave Baskins (Jr-AA/MVP), Conrad Nilmeier (Jr), George Pettinger (Jr-AA), Bob Chapman (Jr), Mike McGowan (Jr), Tom Phillips (Jr), Tom Mason (So), Bob Conway (So), Mark McBride (So), Dick Mitchell (So), Brent Murray (Fr), Glenn Goethals (Fr), Dave Haugh (Fr), John Norville (Fr), Peter Pastore (Fr), Mike Riordan (Fr), Mike Shepherd (Fr)
Robert Chapman. Letter winner 1972, 1973.
Robert Harrington. Letter winner 1973, 1974.
Brent Murray. Letter winner 1974.
Steve Oliverio. On 1971, 1973 and 1974 teams.
Tom Phillips. Retired living in Seattle area after career as a financial advisor. Native of Spokane, Washington. Wins 2008 Senior Amateur at Pacific Northwest Golf Assocation. | Article in Tri-County Herald.
1972-73 Season. Media Guide | Team Photo | No Yearbook info | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Denny Colvin (Sr), Tom Keelin (Sr), John Beers (Sr), Bob Harrington (Jr), Steve Oliverio (Jr), Steve Collins (Jr), Dick Anderson (Jr), Wes Clelland (Jr), Bill Uhle (Jr), Bruce Robertson (So), Aly Trompas (So), Conrad Nilmeier (So), Dave Baskins (So-AA/MVP), George Pettinger (So), Bob Chapman (So), Gary Hamblett (So), Mike McBride (So), Tom Phillips (So), Dave Robinson (So), Bob Conway (Fr), Bob Steele (Fr), Lowry Fenton (Fr), Chris Guarino (Fr), Brad Johansen (Fr), Mark McBride (Fr), Dick Mitchell (Fr), Wade Nonnenberg (Fr)
John Beers. Letter winner 1970, 1971, 1973. Played in NCAA Championships on teams that finished 8th in 1970 and 1971; first Stanford freshman to earn varsity letter in Golf (1970); undefeated individually (11 - 0) in dual matches, including a 68 at Stanford Golf Course in team's win over USC (1971); second lowest scoring average (behind Tom Watson) in 1971 (74.6 for 28 rounds); three top 10 finishes individually in the team's five tournaments (1971); spent 1972 season at Stanford in Britain; played in Pac 8 and NCAA Championships in 1973. UCLA School of Law (JD 1976). Partner with Fisher & Phillips LLP in San Francisco. John writes about his golf team experiences.
Steven Collins. Letter winner 1972.
Kenneth Colvin. Letter winner 1972, 1973.
Bruce Robertson. Letter winner 1972.
Bob Steele. Letter winner 1973. Honorable mention All-American in 1973. Low freshman stroke average.
1971-72 Season. Media Guide | No Yearbook info | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Gary Vanier (Sr-AA/MVP), Pete Harpster (Sr), Tom Keelin (Jr-C), Denny Colvin (Jr), Jim Dwulet (Jr), Sandy McCall (Jr), Rick Jay (Jr), Dennis Conrad (So), Steve Collins (So), Bill Uhle (So), Bruce Robertson (Fr), Aly Trompas (Fr), Conrad Nilmeier (Fr), Dave Baskins (Fr), Bob Chapman (Fr), Mike McGowan (Fr), George Pettinger (Fr), Jim Boreta (Fr), Dave Grandstaff (Fr), Gary Hamblet (Fr), Mike McBride (Fr), Lane Nonnenberg (Fr), Dave Robinson (Fr), Ron Shon (Fr), Henry Stockman (Fr)
Dennis Conrad. Letter winner 1971.
Leon Dwulet. Letter winner 1971.
Howard (Pete) Harpster. Letter winner 1970, 1971.
Tom Keelin. Letter winner 1970, 1971, 1972. Team captain 1972. He's currently managing partner of Keelin, Reeds Partners, Director of Decision Education Foundation, maintains a strong golf game as well as an active interest in fly fishing. | Linked In biography. 2-time Senior Club Champion at Stanford. Lives in Menlo Park, CA.
Sandy McCall. Aug 2008 Sandy writes: "Played 1968 through 1973. Had to red-shirt a year due to a major injury. I was always 6th or 7th man on the team. Currently the owner of McCall Financial and a member of The Club at Carlton Woods. Just qualified for 2008 USGA Senior Amateur to be held at Shady Oaks CC in Ft. Worth, Tx."
LaneNonnenberg60 Lane Nonnenberg. On the 1971-72 team as a freshman. Won the Stanford Club Championship 4 times between 2003 and 2008. The Stanford men's club President in 2014. Lane was an executive with Hewlett Packard for many years and later with two high-tech companies through 2013. Lane and his family live in Menlo Park, CA.
Gary Vanier. Letter winner 1970, 1971, 1972. 3rd team All-American 1970 & 1972. Stanford archive photos. After some success as a professional golfer, his amateur career has been noteworthy. After winning the California State amaeteur title in 1981, he became the first golfer to also win the state's senior amateur title in 2007.
1970-71 Season. Media Guide | Yearbook roster, summary & photos | 8th in NCAA Championship
Stories/Experiences | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Tom Watson (Sr-AA/MVP), Jeff Heiser (Sr), Clem Richardson (Sr), Vic Benson (Sr), Gary Vanier (Jr-AA), Pete Harpster (Jr), Steve Ross (Jr), Sandy McCall (Jr), Ed Grasty (Jr), Tom Keelin, John Beers (So), Rick Jay (So), Denny Colvin (So), Steve Dwulet, Jim Eddy, Dennis Conrad (Fr), Peter Fox (Fr), Steve Recht (Fr), Bill Bender (Fr), Allan Yates (Fr), Dick Anderson (Fr), Wes Clelland (Fr), Steve Oliverio (Fr), Bill Uhle (Fr), Steve Collins (Fr), Andy Davis (Fr), Steve Goldfien (Fr), Curt Holtze (Fr), Frank McCaslin (Fr)
Jeffrey Heiser. Letter winner 1969, 1971.
Clement Richardson. Letter winner 1970, 1971.
Tom Watson. Letter winner 1969, 1970, 1971. 2nd team All-American 1969, 1970 & 1971. Member of the Stanford Hall of Fame. | Stanford archive photos. Member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. Winner of 8 PGA tour major championships including 5 British Opens, 2 Masters and 1 US Open victory. Awarded the PGA Tour's Payne Stewart award in 2003. Some consider him the greatest British Open champion of all time. | Wikipedia biography | The Making of a Champion, in depth article written by Stanford teammate Rich Harris.
1969-70 Season. Yearbook, roster, summary, photos | Pac 8 conference team champion
Finished 8th in NCAA Championship | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Tom Watson (Jr-AA/MVP, John Beers, Bob Burns (Jr), Bruce Doering, Jeffrey Heiser, Jim Dwulett (So), Pete Harpster (So), Tom Gurnee (So) Mike Meagher (So), Gary Vanier (So, AA), Clem Richardson (Jr), Jeff Herser (Jr), Ray Isbell, Larry Cram, Tom Keelin, Sandy McCall, Jeff Heiser, John Brock (Jr). Freshmen - John Beers, Denny Colvin, Jim Eddy, Rick Lawrence, Paul Waters, Dan Roth
Laurence Cram. Letter winner 1970.
1968-69 Season. Yearbook, roster, summary, photos | Team Photo | Finished 9th at the NCAA finals | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Tom Watson (So-AA/MVP), Bob Burns, Sandy Adelman (AA), Clem Richardson, Greg Pitzer, John Brock, Bob Riddell, Ray Isbell, Jeff Blankenburg. Freshmen - Jim Dwulet, Tom Gurney, Tom Keelin, Sandy McCall, Jim Pyne, Mike Meagher, Zack Miller, Pete Harpster
Blankenberg, Robert. Letter winner 1969.
John Brock. Letter winner 1969.
Samuel (Sandy) Adelman MD. Letter winner 1967, 1968, 1969. 2nd team All-American 1968, honorable mention All-American in 1969. Runner-up by 1-shot in the 1969 Pac-8 Conference championship. Won three straight individual state golf titles at Alamo Heights High School from 1963-65 - remains only golfer to win three straight. San Antonio city junior champion, 1963 and 1964. 1965 state junior champion. All-Army champion 1979, 1982. Trans-Mississippi Mid-Amateur champion in 1994. Sandy has practiced dermatology in San Antonio, TX for some years. Stanford archive photos.
Raymond Isbel. Letter winner 1968, 1969. Was part of the team that won the Pac-8 conference championship in 1968.
Gregory Pitzer. Letter winner 1967, 1968, 1969. Was part of the team that won the Pac-8 conference championship in 1968.
Robert Riddell. Letter winner 1967, 1968, 1969.
1967-68 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Conference team champion/Team Photo
PLAYERS: Varsity & Freshmen - Tom Watson (Fr-AA), Gordon Pattee, Dick Wincorn, Bob Finger, Wells Wheeler (Mgr), Greg Picard, Bob Bouchier, Walt Driver, George Bevan, Loy Martin, Dick Harris, Greg Pitzer, Sandy Adelman, Ray Isabel, Denny Alexander, John Bottomley, Van Salmans, Terry Curran, Bob Riddell, John Connolly, Paul Elcano, Leith Anderson, Doug Newcomer (Mgr)
R. Denny Alexander. Teammate Rich Harris writes that "Denny was always a wonderful player, with the best swing of any of us." Aug 2008 Denny writes "I only played on the team in freshman and soph years, played only in a few matches but stopped playing to get married and get serious about academics so I could go to Graduate Business School (MBA '70). Semi-retired from the banking and investment world in Texas. Member of Shady Oaks CC and Colonial CC in Fort Worth and General Chairman of the Host Committee for this year's USGA Senior Amateur at Shady Oaks. Have played in USGA Senior Open in 1996, USGA Mid-Am in 1989, 1995, 2006 and the USGA Senior Am in 2001, 2002, 2007, and qualified again this year so can play at Shady Oaks."
Terrance Curran. Letter winner 1967, 1968. Coach: Bud Finger
Richard Harris. Letter winner 1966, 1967, 1968 and team captain. Honorable mention All-American 1966, 3rd team All-American 1967. Was part of the team that won the Pac-8 conference championship in 1968. Stanford archive photo | Added archive photos. Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California (J.D., 1977). He is a partner with Erskine & Tulley a SF law firm.
1966-67 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Team photo | Finished 5th at the NCAA Finals | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Greg Picard, Jay Friedrichs, Jim Stark, Bob Bouchier, Walt Driver, John Bottomley, Loy Martin (C), Terry Curran, Leith Anderson, Rich Harris. Freshmen - George Bevan, Greg Pitzer (C), Sandy Adelman, Joe Connolly, Van Salmans, Bob Riddell, Bob Lawhon (Mgr)
Robert Bouchier. Letter winner 1965, 1966, 1967.
Walter Driver. Letter winner 1965, 1966, 1967. Current USGA President. | Interview with USGA. Chairman; Southeast, of Goldman Sachs as of January 2006. For six years prior, he was chairman and chief executive of King & Spalding LLP, an international law firm with more than 800 lawyers. Question: What about your college golf career? Driver: "I was a good, solid college player and played anywhere from No. 2 to No. 5."
Loy Martin. Letter winner 1965, 1966, 1967.
Douglas Newcomer. Letter winner 1967.
Gregory Picard. Letter winner 1965, 1966, 1967.
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1965-66 Season. No Yearbook info available | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - John Bottomley, Bob Bouchier, Loy Martin, Jim Rheim, Bob Ireland, Greg Picard. Freshmen - Dick Harris, Denny Alexander, Jim Stark, Russ Mason, Randy McQuinn, Tom McPherson, Terry Curran
John Bottomley. Letter winner 1965, 1966.
Daniel Anderson. Letter winner 1966.
1964-65 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - John Bottomley, Bob Bouchier, Loy Martin, Jim Rheim, Bob Ireland, Greg Picard. Freshmen - Dick Harris, Denny Alexander, Jim Stark, Russ Mason, Randy McQuinn, Tom McPherson, Terry Curran
Robert Ireland. Letter winner 1963, 1964, 1965.
Jim Rheim. Letter winner 1963, 1964, 1965. Honorable mention All-American 1965, 3rd team All-American 1964. USGA President Walter Driver: "The best golfer we had was a guy named Jim Rheim, who is now a dermatologist in Monterey, Calif. He played in two U.S. Opens as an amateur. He was an All-American two years in a row."
1963-64 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Hew Goodpasture, Joe Darrs, Ron Diamond, Jerry Hanweck, Bob Ireland, Jim Rheim, Bill Sechrest, Steve Zegura, Jeff Johnson, Mike Jennings, Carlton Pederson (Mgr). Freshmen - Bud Linger, Jeff Newman, Bob Bouchier, Walter Drive, John Bottomley, Loy Martin, John Sweazey
Joseph Davis. Letter winner 1964.
Gerald Hanweck. Letter winner 1962, 1964.
Jeffrey Johnson. Letter winner 1962, 1963, 1964.
William Sechrest. Letter winner 1962, 1963, 1964.
1962-63 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Hew Goodpasture, Pete Choate, Bob Ireland, Ralph Marron, Joe Davis, Bill Sechrest, Jim Rheim, Jeff Johnson, Pete Jones, Rob Sherrer, Jerry Forrester, Jim Harris (Mgr). Freshmen - Pete Williams, Greg Picard, Steve Gross, Ray Andrew, John Leuthold, John Erickson, Jack Scrips, Roger Woodward, Larry Woldenberg, Lew Ribich, Rich Black, Roger Cowan (Mgr)
Christian (Peter) Choate. Letter winner 1960, 1962, 1963. 2nd team All-American 1962 & 1963. Conference champion in 1960 & 1962. Stanford archive photo.
David Cotton. Letter winner 1963.
Ralph Marron. Letter winner 1961, 1962, 1963.
1961-62 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Bill Farish, Pete Choate, Pete James, Ralph Marron, Jim Langley, Jeff Johnson, Bill Secrest, Bill Deines, Kim Corbin. Freshmen - Ronald Diamond, Hew Goodpasture, John Pace, Stan Dowson, Brian Kimes, Rex Jennings, Steve Zegura, Bob Ireland
William Farish. Letter winner 1960, 1961, 1962.
Peter James. Letter winner 1962.
1960-61 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Bill Welch, Kent Winton, Steve Smith, Bill Farish, Phil Underwood, Dave Munro, Bruce Doering. Freshmen - Bob Sherrer, Kim Corbin, Jim Rheim, Bill Sechrest, Jeff Johnson, Jim Black
Philip Underwood. Letter winner 1960, 1961.
Bruce Doering. Letter winner 1961.
David Munro. Letter winner 1961.
Stephen Smith. Letter winner 1960, 1961. 1st team All-American 1960. Member of the Stanford Hall of Fame. Individual NCAA runner-up in 1960. NCAA semi-finalist in 1961. Steve received Econ & and MBA degrees from Stanford and spent almost 30 years on Wall Street. Since 2004 has been Executive Director of the Long Island Golf Association and Caddie Scholarship Fund. Member of The Rockaway Hunting Club & National Golf Links of America. From a Wisconsin journal of noted sports events: "June 23, 1960-Unheralded Steve Smith, a product of Green Bay .. stuns Jack Nicklaus of Ohio State, 4-3, in the quarterfinals of the NCAA golf tournament, held in Colorado Springs. (In the finals, Smith led Dick Crawford of Houston, 6-up with 18 to go, but lost, 2-1.)" Interview with Steve Smith.
William Welch. Letter winner 1961.
Kent Winton. Letter winner 1959, 1960, 1961. 2nd team All-American 1961. Born in Merced, CA, Kent went on to graduate with a BS in Electrical Engineering in 1961 and an MBA in 1963. He had a successful career in the IT industry. One of Stanford's best golfers and arguably the best golfer in Merced history, Kent passed away April 25, 2008 - see obituary in memorium.
1959-60 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Conference team champion | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Kent Winton, Ron Preston, Dick Hall, Bill Farrish, Pete, Choate, Phil Underwood, Bill Seanor, Lee McGuire. Freshmen - Bob Knott, Cameron (Cappy) Hurst, Bill Welch, Gerald Forester, Pete James, Dave Munro
Ronald Preston. Letter winner 1959, 1960.
Bill Seanor. Letter winner 1957, 1958, 1960. 2nd team All-American 1958, 3rd team All-American 1960. Despite an auto accident he led 1st round qualifying in 1960 NCAA finals.
1958-59 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Finished 3rd in the national championship. Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Steve Smith, Phil Underwood, Bob Snowing, Bob Snelling, Bernie Magnussen, Mike Shanahan, Jim Kardis, Woodgie Reich, Lee McGuire, Kent Winton, Jack Lamey, Ron Preston . Freshmen - Mike Kuhlman, Tony Brown, Mike Wells, Pete Choate, Hugh Skinner, Bill Farish
James Kardas. Letter winner 1959.
Jack Lamey. Letter winner 1959. 3rd team All-American 1959.
Bernard Magnusson. Letter winner 1957, 1958, 1959.
Lawrence (Woodgie) Reich. Letter winner 1957, 1958, 1959. Played on teams that finished 2nd (1957), 6th (1958) and 3rd (1959) in the national championship events.
Bob Snelling. Letter winner 1959. 2nd team All-American 1959.
1957-58 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Finished 6th in the national championship | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Steve Smith, Bob Bither, Bill Seanor, Woodrie Reich, Bernie Magnussen, Alf Burtelson, Chuck Durow, Roger Simpson, Mike Shanahan, Tim Crow, Buzz Cain, Russ Coombs, Phil Underwood, Jim Keller, Larry Wolf, Bob Shelor, Curt Brown, Jim Rawley, Kent Frates, Lee McGuire. Freshmen - Chuck Campbell, John Bunnell, Jack Lamey, Kent Winton, Frank Young, Neil Morfitt, Tom Nordcand, Dave Todd, Frank Warren, Bruce Hanson, Dave Hall, Dick Ward, Bob Frazee
Alfred Burtleson. Letter winner 1956, 1957, 1958.
Robert Bither. Letter winner 1958.
James Rowley. Letter winner 1956, 1957, 1958.
Robert Shanahan. Letter winner 1958.
1956-57 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Runner-up in national championship to Houston by one shot
Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Bill Boutell, Bill Seanor (So), Dick Albers, Ron Luceti (Jr), Dave Diffenderfer (Sr), Alf Burtleson (Jr), Bill Baker, Bob Bither, Bernie Magnussen, Tom Quinn, Gary Harmon, Pete Lauritzen, Rusty Simpson, Lawrence (Woodgie) Reich. Freshmen - Steve Smith, Mike Shanahan, Sam Haynes, Ron Fowler, Russ Coombs, Lee McGuire, Phil Underwood, Kent Frales, Jim Petit
Richard Albers. Letter winner 1956, 1957.
John Brodie. Letter winner 1955, 1956. Member of Stanford Football Hall of Fame. During his outstanding pro football career with the SF 49ers, he appeared in the Pro Bowl in 1965 and 1970. Also, in 1970, he received the NFL's Most Valuable Player Award. Following football, he had a successful professional golf career on the Champions Tour with more than $750,000 in career earnings, winning one event in 1991. Wikipedia biography.
David Diffenderfer. Letter winner 1955, 1956, 1957.
Ronald Luceti. Letter winner 1957, 1957.
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1955-56 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Team finished 2nd in the NCAA championship & won the Pac 8 championship | Stories/experiences | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Alf Burtleson, Phil Getchell, Dave Diffendorfer, John Forbush, Siebert, Ron Luceti, Walker, Dick Rowley, Pete Ealen. Freshmen - no info available.
Philip Getchell. Letter winner 1954, 1955, 1956. Captain of the '55 and '56 teams. Won the Pac 8 individual championship at LA CC North in '55. Qualified for the US Open in '56, finalist in Western Amateur in '54, S. Oregon Amateur in '56. Didn't play for many years when his job landed him in the Brasilian jungle without clubs or course.
William (Bill) Irwin. Letter winner 1956 earning an Economics degree that year. Is a retired Marine Colonel living in Stafford, Virginia. Per a Golfweek story, Bill was the No. 1 player on the 3rd Division Marine's golf team after Stanford and teammate of Lee Trevino during Lee's 4-year stint in the Marine Corps.
1954-55 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Team won the Pac 8 champinship | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Craig Callahan, Dick Rowley, Dave Diffenderfer, Jack Leider, Bob Barneson, Bob Lindsay, Jim McCarthy Chuck Van Linge, Warren Dailey, Fred Brown, Phil Getchell, Bill Irwin, John Brodie, Ray Silliman, Bill Geyer, John Pearson, Bob Jones, Dick Albers, Roger Bohne, John Larson, Bill Boutell, Rusty Simmons, Jim Rowley, Ron Luceti, Bob Fanin, Bud Barnes. Freshmen - no info available
Warren Dailey. Letter winner 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955. Conference champion 1954. Member of the 1953 national championship team. Played on the PGA Senior Tour for several years in the 1980s. From Madison, Wisconsin area. Feature article about Warren Dailey.
John Forbush. Letter winner 1955, 1956.
Fred Brown. Letter winner 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955. Member of the 1953 national championship team.
Craig Callahan. Letter winner 1955. In his early married days lived in LA and reportedly played golf with movie stars and gangsters. Played in the British Amateur in 1970, retired and living in Reedville, VA where he enjoys playing golf and fishing - photo submitted by daughter Lisa Frey.
Frank Silliman. Letter winner 1955.
Charles Van Linge. Letter winner 1954, 1955.
1953-54 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - George English, Ken Schoenfeld, Bob Sims, Mel Rowan, Bud Barnes, Craig Callahan, Grant Spaeth, Bob Barneson, Bob Jones, Phil Getchell, Fred Brown, Warren Dailey, Charles Van Linge, Jim Coleman, Oliver Thornton, Jim McCarthy. Freshmen - no info available
Robert Sims. Letter winner 1953, 1954.
Grant ("Biggie") Spaeth. Letter winner 1952, 1953, 1954. Member of the 1953 national championship team.+ USGA President 1990-92. Grant Spaeth video interview. | 2007 photo. In recent years, Grant has appeared regularly on a popular TV show, Hooked on Golf. | NCGA Hall of Fame inductee.
1952-53 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | 1953 national championship team
See Grant Spaeth video his teams. | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Warren Dailey, Fred Brown, Dick Taylor, Art Schroeder, Grant Spaeth, Bob Sims, Bob Barneson, Ken Schoenfield, Stew Ledbetter, John Roberts, Bob Blackburn, Otis Winters. Freshmen - Phil Getchel, John Forbush, Fred Walker, Craig Callahan, Mel Rowan, Mike Danielson, Fred Haynie, Mike Malcom, Mel Hall
Bob ("Blackie") Blackburn. Letter winner 1953. Member of the 1953 national championship team. Born in SF, at the age of 16 he played an exhibition with Ben Hogan. Spent many years in real estate running a shopping center development company. Played tournament golf for many years & became a master fly fisherman. Lived in Pasadena area for more than 50 years where he passed away in 2007 - see obituary in memorium.
Stewart Ledbetter. Letter winner 1953. Member of the 1953 national championship team.
Art Schroeder. Letter winner 1951, 1952, 1953. Conference champion 1953. Captain of the 1953 national championship team. Art passed away August 25, 2008 and will be greatly missed by all his friends and family. Here is a tribute to Art from his friends and family.
1951-52 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Dick McElyea, Dick Taylor, Warren Dailey (Fr), Paul Palmquist, Fred Brown (Fr), Dick Taylor, Art Schroeder, Keith Beekman, Bill Bramers (Mgr)
Paul Palmquist. Letter winner 1952.
John (Dick) McElyea. Letter winner 1950, 1951, 1952. Conference champion in 1950 & 1951. Member of the Stanford Hall of Fame.
Stewart Rhodes. Letter winner 1952.
Rich Taylor. Letter winner 1952.
1950-51 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Dick McElyea, Keith Beekman, Roland Conklin, John Elliott, Culton Ingram, John Knosher, Art Schroeder. Freshmen - John Rogers, Stu Ledbetter, Bob Sims, F. Ashton (Mgr), O. Winters, Grant Spaeth, Peter Lyon.
Keith Beekman. Letter winner 1951.
Roland Conklin. Letter winner 1951.
John Elliott. Letter winner 1951.
Culton Ingram. Letter winner 1951.
Don Knosher. Letter winner 1950, 1951.
Richard Reed. Freshman team member in 1950.
1949-50 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Dick McElyea, Bob Crozier, Bud Moe, Ernie Kellberg, Cully Ingram, John Wallace, Aubrey Devine, Don Liebendorfer, Roy Moe, David Mitten, Richard Weldon, John Knosher, Richard Reed. Freshmen - Dick Peterson, Jim Johnson, Ron Conklin, Art Schroeder, D. Read
Robert Crozier. Letter winner 1950. BS & MS in Petroleum Engineering. Passed away January 19, 2009 in Ventura, CA at the age of 80 - his family shares his life story. "His greatest passion and love was for the game of golf, which he began playing at the age of nine. In 1981 Robert and Marlene Crozier founded the Kern County Junior Golf Association, which provided children ages ten to seventeen with an opportunity to participate in competitive tournaments at different courses."
David Mitten. Letter winner 1950.
Roy Moe. Letter winner 1948, 1949, 1950.
John Wallace. Letter winner 1950.
Richard Weldon. Letter winner 1950.
1948-49 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - D. Weldon, D. Lamson, R. Mounsey, L. Miller, Roy Moe, R. Makoff, A. Delbert, C. Ingram, R. Mills, Ernest. Kellberg, D. Mitten, J. Fahnestock, Kingdon Blabon, Jr., Robert Crozier, Ralph Mills. Freshmen - Dick McElyea, no other info available.
Kingdom Blabon, Jr.. Letter winner 1949.
Earnest Kellberg, Jr.. Letter winner 1947, 1948, 1949.
Ralph Mills. Letter winner 1949.
1947-48 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Rosburg Video on his Teams | Coach: Bud Finger
PLAYERS: Varsity - Bob Rosburg, Frank Shuler, D. Weldon, B. Harrison, William Savage, Ernest Kellberg, Bob Crozier, A. Deibert, A. Stickney, Roy Moe, Bill Lowe, Tom Lambie (C), P. Brown, K. Crowell. Freshmen - G. Relf, J. Cassaday, W. Sight, J. Alexander, T. Comerford, Sandy Brown.
Thomas Lambie. Letter winner 1946, 1947, 1948. Conference champion 1946. Bob Rosburg said about him that he was "the best striker of the golf ball he had ever seen" as a teammate.
William Lowe. Letter winner 1948.
Bob Rosburg. Letter winner 1946, 1947, 1948. Member of the 1946 national championship team. Was an outstanding baseball player at Stanford and lettered in basketball as well. PGA touring pro for many years, winning the PGA major championship in 1959. Finished 2nd in the 1959 US Open to Billy Casper. Finished tied for 2nd in the 1969 US Open to Orville Moody. Finished tied for 4th in the 1959 Masters. Was an ABC Golf broadcaster for 31 years. Member of the Stanford Hall of Fame. 5-Part Video Interview of Bob Rosburg. | This Stanford legend passed away at the age of 82 at his home in La Quinta, CA.
William Savage. Letter winner 1946, 1947, 1948.
John Schuler. Letter winner 1946, 1947, 1948. Member of the 1946 national championship team.
1946-47 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Hall of Fame Coach Eddie Twiggs' last season. | Rosburg Video on his Teams
PLAYERS: Varsity - Bob Rosburg, Bob Cardinal, R. Johnson, William Savage, Bob Crozier, D. Jones, Robert Rosencrance, L. Briggs, Perry Holmes, C. Metcalf, Jack Shuler, K. Crowell, B. Moore, Ernie Kellberg, Tom Lambie, J. Tillman. Freshmen - no info available.
Robert (Bob) Cardinal. Letter winner 1946, 1947. Member of the 1946 national championship team. Member of Stanford Hall of Fame. Bob Rosburg said "Cardinal was a legend among golfers in SF".
Robert Rosecrance. Letter winner 1947.
1945-46 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | National Champion | Rosburg Video on his Teams | Articles on Championship | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
PLAYERS: Varsity - Bob Rosburg, Bob Cardinal, Frank Shuler, P. Brown, B. More, Frank McCann, Tom Lambie, George Traphagen, Donald Jones, J. Priest, G. Dotzer, William Savage. Freshmen - no info available.
Donald Jones. Letter winner 1946.
Frank (Jack) McCann. Letter winner 1941, 1946. Captain of the 1946 national championship team. His daughter Marilynn shares: "He left for the championship the day after I was born in Stanford Hospital on June 16, 1946. I have heard the story all my life and have many clippings about how the team had to pay their own way to Princeton. Dad went on to be an industrial engineer, retiring as vice president of Tubbs Cordage Company, but golf was always his passion. He played twice a week all year round at Orinda Country Club where he won the club championship 8 times and held the record of 64 for 40 years. He played in many state amateur and pro-am tournaments and the British Open among others, as well as many golf vacations all over the country. He died in 2004, but so many of my wonderful memories of him revolve around golf that I wanted to pass this on to you in his honor." Articles about NCAA Championship.
1944-45 Season. Team play suspended due to WWII | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
1943-44 Season. Team play suspended due to WWII | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
1942-43 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
PLAYERS: Varsity - Jack Wilson, Frank McCann, Wert, Green, Brookes, Bruce Cordingly, Euphrat, Bob Rosecrance, Dave Doud, LaGasa, George Traphagen, Jack Phillips, Bob Barber. Freshmen team info missing
1941-42 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos - 2 pages | National Champion | Coach: Eddie Twiggs
PLAYERS: Varsity - Bud Brownell, Frank (Sandy) Tatum, Thompson, Bruce Cordingly, Dave Doud, Bill Barber, Jack Phillips, Haugh, Hellman, Hones, Hayes, Wilson, Frank McCann, George Traphagen, Pete Jones. Freshmen - Metcalf, Gordon Erickson, Don Jones, Antrim, McBrier, Bill Lowe, Pete Brown, Larry Hudson, Jack Schuler, Bob Rosecrance, Bob Cardinal, Wagstaff
Raymond (Bud) Brownell. Letter winner 1941 and 1942. Member of Stanford Hall of Fame. Member of the 1941 and 1942 national championship teams. Individual NCAA runner-up in 1941. Conference champion 1941. Died in the Pacific during WWII. Held the Stanford course record of 63 for more than 60 years.
Bruce Cordingly. Letter winner 1942.
David Dowd. Letter winner 1941, 1942. Member of the 1942 national championship teams.
Jack Phillips. Letter winner 1942.
Frank (Sandy) Tatum. Letter winner 1940, 1941, 1942. 1942 national championship teams. Individual NCAA champion in 1942. Conference champion 1942. Member of the Stanford Hall of Fame. | Stanford archive photos. | 8-part Sandy Tatum video interview. Written transcript of video interview. Former USGA President. After receiving a law degree from Stanford in 1950 he eventually became a partner with the prominent Silicon Valley law firm of Cooley, Godward Kronish. | Wikipedia biography. | NCGA Hall of Fame inductee.
George Traphagen. Letter winner 1942. Member of the 1942 national championship teams.
1940-41 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos - 2 pages | National Champion | Coach: Eddie Twiggs
PLAYERS: Varsity - Bud Brownell, Warren Berl, Frank (Sandy) Tatum, Robert Bradley, Levy, Don Haslett, Bud Finger, Thomas Patterson, Doud, Sidney Hayes, Page, Wagstaff, Morris, Irving Hellman, L. B. Harbour, Gordon Hough, Dee Replogle, Showley, James Meigs, Phillips. Freshmen - Frank McCann, Cordingly, Jim LaGasa, George Traphagen, Jack Wilson, Loren LaPrade, Burnham, Rucker, Allan, Thompson
Charles (Bud) Finger. Letter winner 1939, 1940, 1941. Member of 1939 and 1941 national championship teams. Member of the Stanford Hall of Fame. Stanford archive photos. Head coach from 1948 through 1976.
Warren Berl. Letter winner 1939, 1940, 1941. Member of the Stanford Hall of Fame. Member of 1939 and 1941 national championship teams. | Individual NCAA runner-up in 1939. Conference champion 1939. Warren served on a destroyer in WWII and became President and Chairman of Sutro & Company in SF from 1971-1982. He passed away in November of 2009 at age 89.
Robert Bradley. Letter winner 1940, 1941.
Don Hanslett. Letter winner 1939, 1940, 1941.
L.B. Harbour. Letter winner 1941.
Jim Haugh. Letter winner 1941.
Sidney Hayes. Letter winner 1941.
Irving Hellman. Letter winner 1941.
Gordon Hough. Letter winner 1940, 1941.
James Meigs. Letter winner 1941.
Thomas Patterson. Letter winner 1941.
Dee Replogle. Letter winner 1941. Member of the 1941 national championship team.
Guy Showley. Letter winner 1940, 1941.
1939-40 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos - 2 pages | Team photo/background | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
PLAYERS: Varsity - Frank (Sandy) Tatum, Warren Berl, Topham, Don Kennedy, Bud Finger, Selix, Smith, Jones, Lockie (Mgr), Jack Showalter, Haslett, Hal Stone, Rust, Hinds, Dick Wright, George Bradley. Freshmen - Greg Kelly, Jack Phillips, Euphrat, Dave Doud, Jay Lanser, Roger Hurd, McBrier, Bob Glen, Ted Peterson, Bill Wagstaff
Don Kennedy. Letter winner 1938, 1939, 1940. Member of 1939 national championship team. After obtaining his law degree in 1948, he joined First Amerian Title, a company his grandfather started in 1889. He became President in 1963 and remains Chairman Emeritus today, living in Southern California. Donald passes at age 93 - in memorium.
Sherman Selix. Letter winner 1940.
Jack Showalter. Letter winner 1938, 1939, 1940.
Richard Wright. Letter winner 1938, 1939, 1940. Member of the 1939 national championship team.
Hal Stone Jr.. Letter winner 1940.
1938-39 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos - 2 pages | National Champion. | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
PLAYERS: Varsity - MacHarg, Russell, Warren Berl, Brigham, Wyeth, Dick Wright, Art Doering, Bud Finger, Birbeck, Monroe, Watson, Fitch, Jack Showalter, Scheble, Sherman Selix, Rudolph, Sutton. Freshmen - Allan, Frank (Sandy) Tatum, Bill Moore, Hellman, Dudley Smith, Henry Thompson, Guy Showley, John Mapel
1937-38 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos - 2 pages | National Champion. | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
PLAYERS: Varsity - Art Doering, Breyer, Warren McCanles, B. Cannon, G. Cannon, Don Kennedy, Monroe, John Wallace, Jim Rea, Manning Selix, Sutton, Wyeth, Bill Boyd, Fitch, Showalter, Norton, Al Hyman. Freshmen - Henley, Harbour, Warren Berl, Syd Hayes, Haslett, Henry Hinds, George Bradley, Stone, Art Gore
Bill Boyd. Letter winner 1938. Member of the 1938 national championship team.
Brown Cannon. Letter winner 1938. Member of the 1938 national championship team.
Arthur Doering, Jr.. Letter winner 1938. Member of the Stanford Golf Hall of Fame. Member of the 1938 national championship team.
Jack Wallace. Letter winner 1936, 1937, 1938. Member of the 1938 national championship team. Runner-up in the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate at Pebble Beach in 1937.
1936-37 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos - 2 pages | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
PLAYERS: Varsity - Art Doering, Don Edwards, Wyeth, Crable, Wiet, Bridge, Sophian, Jack Wallace, Bill Boyd, Halaby, Dillon, Manning, Bill Oneal, Cannon, Welch, Davis, Bingham, Fitch. Freshmen - Don Kennedy, Charles Russell, Monroe, Jack Showalter, Robert Roos, Sherman Selix, Dick Wright, David MacHarg, Charles Flannery, Bob Breyer. Called by Coach Twiggs "the most outstanding freshman golf team ever to play for Stanford."
Don Edwards. Letter winner 1933, 1934. Member of Stanford Hall of Fame. Attended Stanford Law school and admitted to the Bar in 1940. Was a member of the US House of Representatives from 1963 to 1995. Won the AT &T Crosby in 1950 as the amateur partner.
1935-36 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos - 2 pages | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
PLAYERS: Varsity - Don Edwards, Dorcy, Bob Thompson, Welch, Hass, John Crable, Cass, Dillon, Jack Wallace, Kim Bannister, Davis, Cannon, "Spec" Stewart, Bill Colm, Morse Erskine, Henry Edwards, Hyman, Bill Boyd, Mellon, Minium, Oneal. Freshmen - Bingham, Walt Fitch, Ed Bosybyshell, Bob Jordan, Jack Welch, George Cannon, Cal Manning
Kim Bannister. Letter winner 1936. Won the Southwest Championship in 1936.
"Spec" Stewart. Letter winner 1936. Broke the Stanford course records with a 65, besting the previous record of 67 by Lawson Little.
Bob Thompson. Letter winner 1936. Won the Pacific Coast Intercollegiates at Pebble Beach in 1936.
1934-35 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
PLAYERS: Varsity - Lawson Little, Don Edwards, Hoelle, Hession, Dwyer, Henderson, Halaby, Pierce, Thompson, McAfee (Mgr), Stoddard, Mellon, Cox, Hoerner, Stewart, Erskine. Freshmen - Haas, Cass, Wheeler, Boyd, Wilcox, Hyman, Wallace, Cannon
Tom Dwyer. Letter winner 1933, 1934.
Lawson Little. Letter winner 1933, 1934. Winner of the US Open and British Open. Twice a winner of the US Amateur and British Amateur. Member of the 1934 Walker Cup team. 1934 US Amateur win photo. Charter member of the Stanford Hall of Fame.
1933-34 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Eddie Twiggs.
PLAYERS: Varsity - Lawson Little, Don Edwards, Mellon, Munro, Beuter, Giddings, Hoerner, Tom Dwyer, Harwood (Mgr), Hoelle, Shepard, Brown, Cox, Moser, McAfee (Jr. Mgr). Freshmen - Clark, Chester, Smith, Brown, Rhodes, Halaby, Stoddard, Crable, Berkey, Hurst, Kuklinksii, Littlefield
Gene Brown. Letter winner 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934.
Stuart Hawley, Jr.. Letter winner 1932, 1933, 1934.
David May II. Played on the 1931 (frosh team) & 1932 teams. Was a member of the founding family of May Department Stores. His son-in-law, Arnold Rosenstein, recalls telling David his experience at Pebble Beach. He (David) asked me how much the greens fees were. At that time (the 1980's) the green fees were about $90. He thought about that for a minute and said - "Yes that's about right. When I was at Stanford golf was a nickel, but Pebble Beach charged a quarter".
Charlie Seaver. Letter winner 1932, 1933, 1934. Member of the 1932 Walker Cup team. Charter member of the Stanford Hall of Fame. | Letter written by Seaver in 1990 about Stanford golf memories. Father of baseball Hall of Famer pitcher, Tom Seaver.
1932-33 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Eddie Twiggs
PLAYERS: Varsity - Lawson Little, Giddings, Harwood, Pett, Hoerner, Beuter, Thompson, Geer, T. Dwyer, Moser, Graves, Brem, Mendell, Hunting, Wineberg, Brown Eichelberger, W. Dwyer, Hoelle. Freshmen - Houston, Mellon, Rolapp, Monroe, Pearson, Nicholas, Hornby, Lowe, Welch, Slusser, Thompson, Littlefield, sophian, Newman, Thompson, Edmundson
Warner Edmonds. Letter winner 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933.
Malcolm MacNaughton. Letter winner 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933. Member of the Stanford Hall of Fame. He enjoyed a distinguished business career becoming President of Castle & Cooke, owner of Dole Foods, in 1959.
1931-32 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Eddie Twiggs
PLAYERS: Varsity - Charlie Seaver (MVP), Harry Eichelberger (C), Davis, Holt, Herman Hellman, Hoerner, Beuter, Marshall (Mgr), Thompson, Dick Hoag, May, Dwyer,Stuart Hawley, Brown, Trautman. Freshmen - John Brock, Joe Graves (C), Gus Knecht, Roger Roberts, Walter Hill, Bob McAfee, Bill Hoelle, Cox, Harold Scheeline
1930-31 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Won the Calif Intercollegiate Championship | Coach: Garry Bennett
PLAYERS: Varsity - Malcolm MacNaughton (MVP), Richard Stevenson (C), Warner Edmonds, Harry Eichelberger, Herman Hellman, Corbus, White, Coffen, Stuart Hawley, Robert Goldwater, James Rea, Slocum, Hoaglund, Stevens, Craig (Mgr), Warren Johnson, Johnny Butts, Scott, Brown, Hillman, Edmonds. Freshmen - Lawson Little, Charlie Seaver , Paul Friedlander, Wilbert Mendell, May, Eugene Brown, Bud Burnett, John Galgiani, William Spencer, Frisbee, Edmund Beuter, George Edmonds, Gerald Trautman, Craig (Mgr)
1929-30 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Stanford golf course constructed | Coach: Garry Bennett
PLAYERS: Varsity - Edmonds (C), Doug White, Phil Frankel, Herman Hellman, Dick Stevenson, K. White, Dick Thompson, Devlin, Clark, Allen, John Butts, Aiken (Mgr). Freshmen - George Eberhard, Pett, Daily, Hawley, Scribner, Wilson, Goldwater, Edwards (C), W. Thompson, MacDonald, Crocker
1928-29 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Charles Davis
PLAYERS: Varsity - Larry Staley, Bob Syer, Sweeney, White, Stevenson, William Scott, Anderson, Johnson, Ward Edmonds (C), George Kachlein, Slocum, MacBeth, Thompson. Freshmen (? since duplicate of previous season) - Eichelberger, Warner Edmonds, Ken White, Anderson, Allen, Dick Stevenson, Freeman, Bob Lewis, Warren Johnson, Sutphen, Brink, Homer Burnaby (C)
1927-28 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Charles Davis
PLAYERS: Varsity - Herbert Fleishhacker Jr., Larry Staley, Purkiss, Anderson, Ward Edmonds, Eddie Meyberg (C), Shattuck, Eldredge Combs, Cooper, Robert Syer, Kachlein, Leo Devlin. Freshmen - Homer Burnaby (C), Warner Edmonds, Ken White, Anderson, Allen, Dick Stevenson, Freeman, Bob Lewis, Warren Johnson, Sutphen, Brink
1926-27 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photo | Edwin Meyberg won the Calif. Intercollegiate | Coach: Charles Davis
PLAYERS: Varsity - Richard Lang, Herbert Fleishhacker, Bob Vermilya (C), Robert Syer, Ward Edmonds, Douglas White, Combs, Edwin Meyberg. Freshmen - missing info
1925-26 Season. Yearbook summary & photo | Coach: Charles Davis
PLAYERS: Varsity - Horace Hindry, Bob Vermilya, Dick Lang, Ward Edmonds, Edwin Meyberg, Ditzler, Condit (Mgr). Freshmen - Ward Edmonds, other names missing
1924-25 Season. Yearbook roster, summary & photos | Coach: Charles Davis
PLAYERS: Varsity - Hinckley, Clark, Carter, Frank Ditzler, Hirschman (C), Harold Miller, Hines, Byerly, Lang. Freshmen - Byerly, Lang, McLean, Klauber
AA-All American, C-Captain, MVP (most valuable), MIP (most improved), St (Steele, low frosh scoring), T (Tradition), Sp (Spooney). Tradition-exhibiting leadership, strong work ethic, academic excellence & appreciation of the University & team traditions. Spooney-the most tenacity & never give up attitude. Yearbook entries are from the annual Stanford Quad Yearbooks published annually since 1895. All-American selections started in 1958.
We encourage alumni to update us about yourself, add a story about your team, send a photo, or if your name is missing please email Bob Stevens at bob@stanfordmensgolf.org.