Cameron Wilson played the best overall tournament for Stanford, finishing ninth at the Pac-12 men's golf championship completed Wednesday at the Los Angeles Country Club.
Steven Kearney shot a 2-under 68 in the final round as the Cardinal finished fourth as a team.
Stanford jumped ahead of Arizona State in the final round and will await Monday's news on where it plays next. NCAA regional play is scheduled to begin May 16.
California won the conference title with a 6-over 1,406, while UCLA finished second with as 1,415 and Washington was third.
The No. eighth-ranked Cardinal shot a total of 1,454, with consistent rounds of 366-361-365-362.
"We were happy with today's round," Stanford coach Conrad Ray said. "We made a little comeback and secured fourth in the team competition. Obviously the Pac-12 is stacked in terms of talent and rankings, so considering where we started today fourth isn't all bad, but we wanted to win."
Wilson shot a final round of 3-over 73 and managed a 283, helped by solid efforts in the first three rounds.
"I was impressed with Cameron's play this week and finishing ninth overall on a very strong field," Ray said. "He played solid and was in control of his game. I think he would've felt that if a few more putts would have dropped he would have been right there in contention."
First-round co-leader Patrick Rodgers of Stanford (68-72-73-74) tied for 11th with 287. Through the front nine Wednesday, the sophomore was even after pairing a bogey on the fourth with a birdie on the sixth. But in the back nine Rodgers let four shots go.
"Patrick had a bad break with a double bogey on the last hole but he had a very nice finish," Ray said. "He hit a rake near the bunker going off the 18th hole and the ball careened off the green. He had a really tough chip and ended up making a double bogey. Minus a couple of those shots and he played decently well today."
Kearney, who matched the tournament fourth-round low, sank four birdies and two bogeys. The senior (79-71-74-68) tied for 24th overall.
"I putted really well today," Kearney said. "The greens were perfect and I was rolling it really well. On top of that, I only missed two fairways which really helped. This round gave me a lot of confidence. If I can get my mid iron game working well again I should continue to play great."
Two shots behind Kearney was senior Andrew Yun (72-76-75-71), who tied for 29th at 294. Yun, who won the Pac-12 Championships last year, fired his best round of the tournament, going 1-over after two bogeys and a birdie.
Freshman David Boote (76-72-76-76) tied for 45th at 300, while junior Shane Lebow (81-76-74-82) tied for 66th with 313.
The Stanford women's team will be represented by five individuals at the NCAA singles and doubles tournament, which begins May 22 in Urbana, Ill.
Kristie Ahn, Nicole Gibbs and Krista Hardebeck will play singles, while Ahn and Gibbs will play doubles along with Stacey Tan and Ellen Tsay.
John Morrissey was selected as an at-large pick for the men's singles tournament.
UC Davis scored three times in the bottom of the seventh inning to shock visiting Stanford, 5-4, in a nonconference game Wednesday.
Kayla Bonstrom collected three hits and drove in two runs for the Cardinal (32-17), which was coming off a three-game sweep of Utah in the Pac-12 Conference.
Stanford travels to California for a three-game conference set beginning Friday at 3 p.m.
Bonstrom drove in a run in the first and seventh innings, while Cassandra Roulund and Erin Ashby each added an RBI.
The Aggies scored their three runs on four hits and a hit batter. Christa Castello singled home the final two runs with two outs.
Stanford's coed sailing squad supplanted Georgetown as No. 1 in the national rankings, and now set its sights on this month's Intercollegiate Sailing Association National Championships (May 25-27). This is the first No. 1 ranking in program history for the Cardinal, who also ranks 10th in the women's poll.
Stanford received nine of 19 first-place votes to take the top spot in the national poll released Wednesday. Second-place Yale and third-place Georgetown both received five first-place votes.
In what has been a year of many firsts for Stanford sailing, the coed team took home its first-ever win at ICSA National Championship semifinals last weekend in Norfolk, Va.
The Cardinal tallied 118 points to finish ahead of co-host Old Dominion (134). The victory came as a result of strong second-place finishes by both the A- and B-Division units.
The A-Division unit posted 62 points behind Kevin Laube, Hans Henken, Kelly Ortel, Rebecca King and Yuri Namikawa.
Oliver Toole, Mateo Vargas, Haley Kirk and Tally Buckstaff scored 56 points in the B-Division.
The women's team will compete in ICSA National Championships (May 21-24) in Tampa, Fla.