Junior Patrick Rodgers won the NCAA Eugene (Oregon) Regional on Saturday, and in doing so tied Tiger Woods' Stanford record with 11 career victories.

Rodgers also helped the Cardinal take the team title by a stroke over host Oregon. Stanford finished 54 holes at 13-over 853. Those five teams advanced to the NCAA championship, which is May 23-28 in Hutchinson, Kansas.

Rodgers closed with a 1-over 71 and finished at 6-under 204 at Eugene Country Club. The Ducks' Thomas Lin was second at even-par 210, followed by Stanford's Cameron Wilson (74) at 3-over 213.

San Jose State's Cody Blick, playing as an individual, closed with a 74 and tied for 39th place at 14-over 224.

Cal advanced to its fifth straight NCAA championship by tying for fourth place with USC at the Sugar Grove (Illinois) Regional. The Bears finished at 32-over 896 at the par-72 Rich Harvest Farms layout. Illinois was No. 1 at 16-over 880. Cal's Brandon Hagy closed with a 74 and placed fifth at 3-over 219. Illinois' Brian Campbell (72) was medalist at 5-under 211.

  • Freshman Carol Zhao provided the clinching point with a 7-6 (1), 7-6 (4) win over Stephanie Nauta as defending champion Stanford (20-2) upset Virginia 4-2 in the NCAA women's tennis quarterfinals in Athens, Georgia.

  • Wayne Taylor, Alex Blandino and Tommy Edman each hit homers, leading the Stanford baseball team (26-22, 13-13 Pac-12) to a 9-4 win over visiting Washington State.


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    Mike Reuvekamp's bases-loaded RBI single in the bottom of the 12th inning gave Cal (22-26, 10-16) a 7-6 walk-off win over Arizona. Vince Bruno's two-out RBI single in the ninth tied it for Cal.

  • Cal senior Hammed Suleman won his third consecutive Pac-12 men's long jump title on the first day of the conference track and field meet in Pullman, Washington. He leaped a personal best of 26 feet, ¼ inches.

    Kemarley Brown of Merritt College set a national junior college record with a 2014 world-leading time of 9.93 seconds in the 100 meters at the California state junior college championships in Walnut. He also won the 200 in a wind-aided 20.29.