Overall, five Pac-12 teams claimed the first six spots. The Bruins posted a team score of 293 (+5) for a 54-hole total of even par 864 and tied with Stanford. USC won the event with a score of 861 (-3) after posting a score of 282 (-6) in the final round. Arizona State placed fourth at 881 (+17), followed by fifth place San Diego State at 889 (+25). Cal was sixth at 894 (+30).
Individually for the Bruins, freshman Alison Lee placed fourth at two-under par 214 after posting a final round score of 73 (+1). Junior Erynne Lee finished fifth at 217 (+1) following a round of 71 (-1) on Wednesday. Tied for 13th was sophomore Louise Ridderstrom with a 54-hole total of 219 (+3), and tied for 16th was senior Ani Gulugian at 220 (+4), following a one-over par round of 73. Freshman Bronte Law tied for 36th at 225 (+10).
USC’s Karen Chung won the tournament with an eight-under par total of 208 after firing a final round 66 (-6).
The Bruins’ next tournament is the PING/ASU Invitational, Apr. 4-6 in Tempe, AZ.