Pat Hurst, an LPGA Tour player and the 1989 NCAA Division I women's championship medalist while at San Jose State, will be inducted into the California Golf Hall of Fame on Tuesday night at The Inn at Spanish Bay in Pebble Beach.

Aquatics

Maddy Schaefer and Felicia Lee set pool records in leading No. 2 Stanford (6-1) to a 165-135 Pac-12 women's swimming and diving win over No. 12 UCLA.

Schaefer (St. Francis High) finished the 50-yard freestyle in 22.27 seconds at the Avery Aquatic Center, followed by teammates Julia Ama (23.57) and Alex Whitford (23.62). With a 52.99 in the 100 backstroke, Lee broke her own pool record she set in 2012. Lee and Schaefer also helped Stanford win the 200 medley relay to start the meet.

  • The seventh-ranked Cal women's swim team (5-2, 2-2 Pac-12) won eight of 16 events against No. 1 USC (9-0, 5-0) at Spieker Aquatic Complex but lost 155-145.

    Miscellany

    South Bay native AJ Allmendinger had his third place taken away when Michael Shank Racing's No. 60 Ford Riley was stripped of its finish in last weekend's Rolex 24 at Daytona (Fla.) for a rules violation.

    The car was driven by Allmendinger, Ozz Negri, John Pew, Marcos Ambrose and Justin Wilson.

    Grand-Am Road Racing also stripped the team of $35,000 in prize money. It discovered mechanical adjustments to the car's engine, which resulted in "performance levels outside the documented maximums."


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  • The No. 18 Stanford men's tennis team collected its second shutout of the year, routing BYU 7-0 at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium. Maciek Romanowicz delivered the clincher, beating Keaton Cullimore 6-0, 6-3 at the No. 4 spot.

  • Victories by Katie Nelms, Kristyn Williams and the men's distance medley relay highlighted the first day for Stanford athletes at the Armory Collegiate Invitational in New York. Nelms (Leland High) win the 60 meters in a personal best 7.61 seconds. Williams took the 500 in 1:13.39.

    Michael Atchoo ran a 3:58.7 split over 1,600 to anchor Stanford in the relay. Tyler Stutzman, Spencer Chase and Luke Lefebure completed the relay team.

    Wire services contributed to this report.