Golfers Finish Fourth at Pac-12 Women’s Championship

CORVALLIS, OR -- Freshman Alison Lee became the first UCLA golfer in seven years to win the Pac-12 individual title, and second-ranked UCLA placed fourth at the Pac-12 Women’s Golf Championship, hosted by Oregon State at Trysting Tree Golf Club.

Lee, already a member of the 2014 U.S. Curtis Cup Team, became the first UCLA golfer since Tiffany Joh in 2007 to win the conference title. She is the program’s fourth overall conference individual champion. The Pac-12 title was her third individual crown this year.

Lee fired a final round 69 (-3), making four birdies and a bogey, to finish with a 54-hole score of 211 (-5). She won by three shots over Arizona’s Lindsey Weaver.

As a team, the Bruins posted a final round team score of 298 (+10) to finish with a 54-hole score of 871 (+7). Stanford, which won the men’s title earlier in the day in Arizona, also won the women’s crown, posting a Sunday score of 292 (+4) for a three-round total of 869 (+5). Arizona and USC tied for second at 870 (+6).

UCLA sophomore Louise Ridderstrom tied for fifth place at one-over par 217 following a final round of 74 (+2), and junior Erynne Lee tied for ninth at three-over par 219. Senior Ani Gulugian posted a score of 76 (+4) on Sunday and tied for 22nd at 10-over par 226. Freshman Bronte Law tied for 44th at 230 (+14).