Stanford holds a nine-stroke lead over second-place Cal after two rounds of the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational women's golf tournament at Almaden Golf &Country Club in San Jose.

The Cardinal shot a 291 Monday for a two-round total of 2-over-par 578. Santa Clara and San Jose State are tied for eighth in the 14-team field at 609.

Stanford freshman Mariah Stackhouse is the only player under par, at 3-under 141 after Monday's round of 71. She leads teammate Danielle Fraser by three strokes. Stanford's Marika Tumangan, Cal's Hannah Suh and UC Irvine's Luciane Lee are tied for third at 145. San Jose State's Regan De Guzman is at 146.

The event concludes Tuesday.

  • The top-ranked Cal men lead the host team by 22 strokes after two rounds of the Fresno State Lexus Classic at the Belmont Country Club. The final 18 holes will be played Tuesday.

  • The Cal men's swimming and diving team, led by runner-up finishes from Marcin Tarczynski (200 individual medley), Adam Hinshaw (500 freestyle) and the 200 free relay team, remained in first place at the Pac-12 Championships in Federal Way, Wash. The Golden Bears have 298.5 points, ahead of second-place Stanford (278) and third-place USC (218). Stanford's David Nolan defended his title in the 200 I.M., winning in a time of 1 minute, 42.41 seconds.

  • Ford Stainback hit an RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning to give No. 19 Rice a 1-0 baseball win over Cal (5-7) in Houston. Sophomore right-hander Dylan Nelson, in his first start as a Bear, pitched six shutout innings.

  • Saint Mary's (4-8) suffered a 10-1 loss to host UC Santa Barbara (8-4). Collin Ferguson's RBI single in the first gave the Gaels their only run.

    Soccer

    The Earthquakes fell to Real Salt Lake 1-0 in the Reserve League season opener in San Jose when Devon Sandoval scored in the 42nd minute. The goal was set up by Joao Plata, who also had the key assist Sunday when Real defeated the Quakes in the Major League Soccer opener at Buck Shaw Stadium.

    Obituary

    Gary Bogue, who quarterbacked James Logan High's football team to a Mission Valley Athletic League title in 1966, died Sunday after a fall from a ladder at his house in Danville on Saturday, his brother Stephen said. Gary Bogue was 64. He was a three-sport letterman and was named Logan's athlete of the year his senior year in addition to being valedictorian. He earned a baseball scholarship to Cal and worked for the San Jose Fire Department for 31 years, retiring as a captain in 2004, Stephen said.

    Staff writers Elliott Almond and Phil Jensen contributed to this report.