UCLA's Law voted Pac-12 women's golfer of the month
SAN FRANCISCO – Bronte Law of UCLA has been named the Pac-12 Women’s Golfer of the Month for October, the Pac-12 announced today.
Law, a native of Stockport, England, came out on fire in her one and only appearance this month. The sophomore shot an opening 65 to take the first round lead at the Stanford Invitational. Her score of six-under par was highlighted by eight birdies. Law never relinquished the lead, and finished the final round strong with five birdies on the back nine holes. Law’s final tally of 8-under 205 (65-71-69) helped the Bruins to a third-place finish overall. This was Law’s second collegiate tournament win.
In nine rounds this season, Law is 14-under par overall. She leads the Bruins with six rounds under par, finishing in the top 10 in two of her three starts this fall. All nine of her rounds have counted for the team as the Bruins collected top 10 finishes in every tournament thus far. In her career, Bronte has recorded five Top 10 and six Top 20 results with 13 rounds under par and six rounds under 70. The Bruins will wrap up their fall season at the Pac-12 Preview at Nanea Golf Course, Nov. 3-4 in Kailua Kona, Hawaii.
This is UCLA’s second golfer of the month recipient this season and Law’s first career golfer of the month award.
Also nominated for golfer of the month honors were Noemi Jimenez, Sr., ARIZONA STATE; Esther Lee, So., COLORADO; Caroline Inglis, Jr., OREGON; Lauren Kim, Jr., STANFORD; Doris Chen, Sr., USC; SooBin Kim, Sr., WASHINGTON;
Pac-12 Women’s Golfer of the Month
September – Alison Lee, UCLA
October – Bronte Law, UCLA
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