The Stanford baseball team ended its regular season with a doubleheader sweep at Utah on Sunday -- 9-7 and 3-2.
The Cardinal (30-23, 16-14 Pac-12) swept the three-game series and will hear its postseason fate when the 64-team field for the NCAA tournament is announced Monday (ESPNU at 9 a.m.).
"We put ourselves in position to hopefully go to the postseason," coach Mark Marquess said
Zach Hoffpauir hit go-ahead home runs in each game, including a three-run inside-the-park shot to break a 5-5 tie in the seventh inning of Game 1. He drilled a 3-0 pitch off the left-field wall. The ball trickled down the warning track, while Hoffpauir sprinted around the bases. In Game 2, he sent a 1-2 offering over the left-field wall in the third inning.
The rainy weather that threw the tournament off track on the first day continued to wreak havoc. The fourth round set for Monday was canceled, leaving the individual competition and team qualifying for match play at 54 holes.
The bottom 15 teams began their third round Sunday only to be stopped by lightning after seven to nine holes.
Wilson (6 under) and teammate Patrick Rodgers (5 under) will enter Monday's play 1-2 in the individual race. Also, Stanford (12 under) leads Alabama (8 under) for the top seed in the eight-team match-play event that starts Tuesday.
Cal, nearly halfway into its third round, was tied for 14th at 7 over. Brandon Hagy was 1 under overall after seven holes of the third round.
San Jose Giants
Blake Miller's two-run home run in the fourth inning helped San Jose to a 3-2 win over Visalia at Municipal Stadium. The Giants got an unearned run in the seventh for the go-ahead score.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.