Oct. 18, 2009
The UCLA women's golf team finished second at the annual Stanford Intercollegiates on Sunday in Palo Alto.
The Bruins posted a team score of 282 (-2) and made up three strokes on first-place Arizona State in the final round. The Sun Devils finished with a 54-hole score of 840 (-12), four shots ahead of the Bruins (844, -8). Vanderbilt was third at 862 (+10), followed by Texas at 864 (+12) and fifth-place USC at 873 (+21).
Individually for UCLA, four players tied for sixth place at one-under par 212: sophomore Stephanie Kono, who fired a final round 68 (-3); senior Sydnee Michaels, who posted a 71 (E) on Sunday; sophomore Brianna Do, who carded a 72 (+1) and freshman Tiffany Lua, who signed for a 73 (+2). Junior Glory Yang tied for 21st at three-over par 216 (+3).
UCLA's Lalita Boonnoppornkul tied for 51st place at 227 (+14) after posting a 77 (+6) in the final round.
USC's Jennifer Song won the event with three-round total of 205 (-8) after firing a final round 67 (-4).
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