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Three Under-Par Scores Push UCLA into 4th at Stanford Intercollegiate

Oct 16, 2021
Zoe Antoinette Campos rose 30 spots to 21st on the individual leaderboard after shooting a 3-under 68.

STANFORD, Calif. – No. 17 UCLA women's golf shot a collective 4-under 280 in round two of the Stanford Intercollegiate on Saturday, rising three spots to tied for fourth place on the team leaderboard.
Stanford remains in first place at 21-under 547.
Freshman Alessia Nobilio shot another sub-70 score with a 2-under 69 in her second round of the tournament and is in third place on the individual leaderboard. Nobilio birdied four times on the par-5 1st, par-5 12th, par-5 16th and par-3 17th.
Freshman Zoe Antoinette Campos recorded the Bruins' best score on the day with a 3-under 68 to soar 30 spots into tied for 21st. Campos birdied seven times in the second round on the par-3 4th, par-4 5th and a string of three birdies to close out the front nine at 4-under 31. Campos birdied twice more on the par-4 11th and par-5 16th.
Redshirt sophomore Ty Akabane and junior Emma Spitz are both tied for 32nd. Spitz finished with the Bruins' third under-par score on day two with a 1-under 70, holing five birdies, including four on the front nine. Akabane birdied three times in her 18 holes on the par-5 1st, par-5 7th and par-5 12th.
Senior Simar Singh rounds out the UCLA fivesome tied for 67th. Singh shot a 6-over 77 in round two.
The Bruins close out the Stanford Intercollegiate tomorrow morning at an 8:30 a.m. PT tee time.