The ceremony took place on the South Lawn, and the teams toured the White House.
"Wow," Stanford's Kristie Ahn tweeted. "It was an honor to meet the president & tour the White House. Crazy to be where all the greats have lived."
Ahn, from Upper Saddle River, N.J., clinched Stanford's dramatic 4-3 victory over Texas A&M in the NCAA final last May. Now a senior, she plays No. 1 singles and doubles for the ninth-ranked Cardinal (8-0).
Stanford has made six visits to the White House. Until Monday, the most recent was by the men's volleyball team in 2010.
BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells -- Four-time champion Roger Federer, seeded seventh, beat 27th seed Dmitry Tursunov, who's based in the Sacramento suburb of Granite Bay, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (2) in the third round.
Tursunov double-faulted six times, including at 7-7 in the first tiebreaker and 1-1 in the second, and converted only 46 percent of his first serves.
The 31-year-old Russian fell to 0-4 lifetime against Federer. However, Tursunov equaled his best result in eight appearances in Indian Wells by reaching the third round. All men's and women's seeds received first-round byes.
USF def. Southern Utah 4-0 in San Francisco. No. 1 singles: Thyra Taune def. Aleksandra Ivanova 6-0, 6-1. Records: USF 10-4, Southern Utah 3-2.