Bruins Finish 3rd at the Stanford Intercollegiate
STANFORD, Calif. – No. 17 UCLA women's golf shot a collective 3-under 281 in round three of the Stanford Intercollegiate to finish the tournament in third place. The Bruins were one of only three teams to finish under par (-1, 851).
Stanford was the tournament champion at 28-under 824 and San Jose State placed second at 6-under 846. Stanford's Rose Zhang won the individual title, shooting 16-under 197 in the tournament.
Junior Emma Spitz recorded her best round of golf this season with a 4-under 67 today featuring an eagle on the par-4 15th and three birdies on the par-5 1st, par-3 8th and par-5 12th. Freshman Zoe Antoinette Campos shot another sub-70 score with a 2-under 69. Campos had a flawless back nine with no bogeys and three birdies on the par-4 10th, par-4 13th and par-3 17th.
Campos and Spitz both tied for 15th on the individual leaderboard.
Redshirt sophomore Ty Akabane birdied four times on the par-5 1st, par-3 3rd, par-4 10th and par-5 12th for a 2-over 73 on day three. She finished the tournament tied for 30th at 5-over 218. Freshman Alessia Nobilio also tied for 30th after a 10-over 81 showing.
Senior Simar Singh birdied three times on the par-5 7th, par-5 12th and par-4 15th to finish the tournament tied for 59th.
The Bruins will return to competition at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview, held from Nov. 1-3, to conclude their fall season.