Campbell wins Carson Daly Invitational

April 6, 2004

Freshman Peter Campbell won the Carson Daly Invitational and the UCLA Blue Team won the NCAA portion of the competition Tuesday. The event was hosted by Loyola Marymount University at Robinson Ranch Golf Club in Santa Clarita.

Campbell, who fired a first round, five-under par 66 on Monday, won by one stroke with a birdie on the final hole to beat Seth Cotter of The Master's College. His total of 209 was four-under par. The victory was his first in collegiate competition.

Freshman Joakim Renstrom tied for fifth place at 215. He played the final 36 holes in even par. Sophomore Breene Murphy tied for 11th at 218, and freshman Chris Heintz tied for 16th at 222.

The Bruins beat the NCAA teams in the tournament with a 54-hole score of 864, 12-over par. Indiana-Purdue University placed second with a score of 880, followed by Sacramento State at 892 and Loyola Marymount at 900.


EVENT INFORMATION
UCLA Health Sponsor - Event Information
Monday, Feb 29
vs. TMC Spring ...
Santa Clarita, CA
Story
Tuesday, Mar 01
vs. TMC Spring ...
Santa Clarita, CA
Story
Monday, Mar 07
vs. Southern Highlands ...
Las Vegas, NV
Story
Tuesday, Mar 08
vs. Southern Highlands ...
Las Vegas, NV
Story
Wednesday, Mar 09
vs. Southern Highlands ...
Las Vegas, NV
15th (+60, 924)
Thursday, Mar 24
vs. The Goodwin
Stanford, CA
Story
Friday, Mar 25
vs. The Goodwin
Stanford, CA
Story
Saturday, Mar 26
vs. The Goodwin
Stanford, CA
T-14th (+31, 871)
Monday, Apr 11
vs. Western ...
Santa Cruz, CA
Story
Tuesday, Apr 12
vs. Western ...
Santa Cruz, CA
Story
Wednesday, Apr 13
vs. Western ...
Santa Cruz, CA
9th (+39, 1,089)
Friday, Apr 29
vs. Pac-12 Championships
Salt Lake City, UT
Story
Saturday, Apr 30
vs. Pac-12 Championships
Salt Lake City, UT
Story
Sunday, May 01
vs. Pac-12 Championships
Salt Lake City, UT
8th (+45, 1,465)
Monday, May 16
vs. NCAA Regionals
Kohler, WI
Story
Tuesday, May 17
vs. NCAA Regionals
Kohler, WI
Story
Wednesday, May 18
vs. NCAA Regionals
Kohler, WI
10th (+12, 876)
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