Colorado carded a 7-under 273 team score — the best of the spring season — on Friday to propel up from seventh to third after two rounds of the The Goodwin golf tournament. The 69th-ranked Buffaloes sit at even-par 560 heading into today's final round.

Junior Jeremy Paul paved the way for CU with a 68 on the 6,727-yard, par-70 Stanford University Golf Course. He's at 5-under 135 through two rounds, tied for third alongside UNLV's John Oda and UC Davis' Ben Corfee. Senior Philip Juel-Berg also shot a 68 to put him at 2-under 138 and tied for eighth. Junior Ethan Freeman shot CU's best round of the day with a 3-under 67 to put him tied for 31st with a 3-over-par 143.

"It obviously was a very good round, our best of the spring," said Buffaloes head coach Roy Edwards. "We got off to a really good start with two eagles and a birdie on No. 1. The course really rewards the smart play and we did that today almost all of the time. The guys weren't all playing their best but they were very impressive in their calm and focus."

UC Davis, ranked 101st nationally, continues to lead at 11-under-par 549. Stanford is second, 10 shots back, followed by CU, UNLV (562) and Oregon (564).

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Team scores

1. UC Davis 277-272—549; 2. Stanford 280-279—559; 3. COLORADO 287-273—560; 4. UNLV 280-282—562; 5. Oregon 286-278—564; 6. Northwestern 286-283—569; 7. Pepperdine 287-283—570; 8. St. Mary's 285-288—573; 9. SMU 293-281—574; 10. Pacific 289-287—576; T11. Nevada 293-284—577; T11. Brigham Young 293-284—577; 13. UCLA 292-287—579; 14. Santa Clara 296-284—580; T15. Southern California 293-290—583; T15. San Francisco 296-287—583; 17. Northern Colorado 288-297—585; 18. Colorado State 298-288—586; 19. Loyola-Marymount 289-299—588; 19. Fresno State 293-295—588; 21. San Jose State 292-300—592; 21. Marquette 301-291—592; 21. Arizona 293-299—592; 24. Denver 305-294—599; 25. Yale 305-297—602

Top 5 individuals

1. Luke Vivolo, UC Davis 65-67—132; 2. Aaron Wide, Oregon 66-67—133; T3. Jeremy Paul, Colorado 67-68—135; T3. John Oda, UNLV 68-67—135; T3. Ben Corfee, UC Davis 67-67—135

CU individuals

T3. Jeremy Paul 67-68—135; T8. Philip Juel-Berg 70-68—138; T31. Ethan Freeman 76-67—143; T37. John Souza 74-70—144; T94. Ross Macdonald 77-72—149

Forsyth, Caldwell sweep 1,500

Ryan Forsyth and Mackenzie Caldwell swept the 1,500-meter run as CU opened its outdoor season at the Fum McGraw Quadrangular on Friday in Fort Collins.

Forsyth won the men's 1,500 in 3 minutes, 58.73 seconds, beating out Andrew Goodman, who ran unattached, by 0.12 seconds. Caldwell took the women's title in 4:40.66 as CU had three runners finish in the top-five.

The Buffs added two other victories. Tayler Tuttle won the women's 800 in 2:18.14, while Maja Wichhart-Donzo topped the women's triple jump at 37 feet, 6 inches.

The meet included host Colorado State, Wyoming and Northern Colorado.

Colorado returns to the track Wednesday at the Texas Relays in Austin, Texas.

Fum McGraw Quadrangular

Jack Christiansen Track, Fort Collins

Track events

Men's 110-Meter Hurdles: 1. Jordan Charles, UW, 14.07; 2. Jaron Thomas, 14.47; 5. Alex Billing, 14.88; 9. Andrew Ghizzone, 15.65; 11. Joseph Martinez, 16.90; 13. Nate Gravelding, 17.58

Women's 100-Meter Hurdles: 1. Lorenda Holston, CSU, 13.95; 10. Maja Wichhart-Donzo, 15.08; 12. Abrianna Torres, 15.28; 18. Rachel Sharpe, 16.37; 19. Lauren Sharpe, 17.54

Men's 400-Meter Hurdles: 1. Darius Smith, CSU, 53.34; 3. Jaron Thomas, 55.55; 4. Isaiah Kaiser, 55.71

Men's 100 Meters: 1. Calil Burnett, UW, 10.92; 8. Abdiel Agramonte Moreno, 11.39; 9. Jaysean Skrine, 11.45; 12. Alex Billing, 11.85

Men's 200 Meters: 1. Jordan Charles, UW, 21.48; 10. Abdiel Agramonte Moreno, 22.59

Women's 200 Meters: 1. Ashley Snyder, UW, 24.95; 2. Rajon O'Quinn, 25.45; 6. Maja Wichhart-Donzo, 26.00; 8. Rachel Sharpe, 26.60; 9. Abrianna Torres, 26.66; 12. Lauren Sharpe, 27.35

Men's 400 Meters: 1. Clay Carson, UW, 49.08; 2. Darrin Haynes, 49.43; 8. Joseph Martinez, 51.47; 12. Nate Gravelding, 54.17

Women's 400 Meters: 1. Abby Simpson, CSU, 56.84; 5. Elissa Mann, 58.31

Men's 800 Meters: 1. Bryce Ailshie, WU, 1:57.20; 2. Justice Ramos, 1:57.67

Women's 800 Meters: 1. Tayler Tuttle, 2:18.14

Men's 1,500 Meters: 1. Ryan Forsyth, 3:58.73; 4. Ethan Gonzales, 4:00.95; 5. Christian Martin, 4:04.17

Women's 1,500 Meters: 1. Mackenzie Caldwell, 4:40.66; 3. Val Constien, 4:45.33; 4. Eryn Blakely, 4:46.85

Women's 5,000 Meters: 1. Catherine Cloetta, UW, 18:21.99; 5. Mandy Ortiz, 20:24.06

Field Events

Women's Shot Put: 1. Aaliyah Pete, CSU, 49-05; 2. Mariah Walker, 47-06.75

Men's Discus: 1. Casey Malone, unattached, 179-06; 3. Brady Rutt, 165-06; 10. Paden Gatlin, 140-05; 15. Christian Shaver, 125-04

Women's Discus: 1. Madison Seaman, UW, 154-10; 5. Sophie Hallam-Eames, 139-10; 7. Elisa Grandemange, 135-11; 9. Mariah Walker, 131-01

Men's Hammer Throw: 1. Alec Pott, unattached, 201-07; 5. Brady Rutt, 186-09; 8. Matthew Denton, 160-11

Women's Hammer Throw: 1. Emily Hunsucker, unattached, 189-09; 4. Sophie Hallam-Eames, 174-00; 11. Elisa Grandemange, 134-04; 12. Mariah Walker, 132-03; 14. Delaney Hall, 121-09

Men's Javelin: 1. Collin Scheer, CSU, 181-11; 3. Christian Shaver, 167-02; 6. Matthew Denton, 140-08; 7. Andrew Ghizzone, 139-01; 10. Nate Gravelding, 102-08

Women's Javelin: 1. Jessi Macedo, CSU, 146-04; 2. Delaney Hall, 136-11; 4. Abrianna Torres, 108-04; 9. Maja Wichhart-Donzo, 86-06; 10. Lauren Sharpe, 76-06; 12. Rachel Sharpe, 51-01

Women's Triple Jump: 1. Maja Wichhart-Donzo, 37-06

Men's High Jump: 1. Collin Scheer, CSU, 6-8; 6. Joseph Martinez, 6-00

Women's High Jump: 1. McKenzie Wright, CSU, 5-5.75; 3. Abrianna Torres, 5-5.75; 5. Kelsey English, 5-5.75; T10. Lauren Sharpe, 4-11.75

Zhao, Stanford serve notice against CU

Carol Zhao returned to the lineup for host Stanford and the 20th-ranked Cardinal had its way en route to a 7-0 victory over Colorado on Friday at the Taube Family Tennis Center.

Zhao, who had played in just one match this season for Stanford while participating on the women's pro circuit, scored a 7-6, 7-6 (5) win at No. 1 singles over CU's Nuria Ormeño Ruiz. She also helped the Cardinal to the doubles point with a 6-2 win at No. 2 alongside Melissa Lord over Kyra Wojcik and Annabelle Andrinopoulos.

Stanford won eight of nine matches in straight set. The other — at No. 1 doubles — didn't finish.

Stanford 7, Colorado 0

Singles

Carol Zhao (STAN) def. Nuria Ormeño Ruiz, 7-5, 7-6 (5); Taylor Davidson (STAN) def, Jeannez Daniel 6-1, 6-2; Caroline Doyle (STAN) def. Alex Aiello 6-4, 6-1; Krista Hardebeck (STAN) def. Annabelle Andrinopoulos 6-2, 6-2; Caroline Lampl (STAN) def. Kyra Wojcik 6-3, 6-4; Melissa Lord (STAN) def. Brigitte Beck 6-0, 6-2

Doubles

Davdison/Doyle (STAN) DNF Daniel/Ormeño Ruiz; Lord/Zhao (STAN) def. Andrinopoulos/Wojcik 6-2; Krista Hardebeck/Lampl (STAN) def. Aiello/Beck 6-0