The UCLA women’s golf team tied for fourth at the Northrup Grumman Regional Challenge Tuesday at the Palos Verdes Golf Club.
The Bruins posted a final round score of 300 (+16) for a 43-hole total of 881 (+29) and tied with Washington. USC place first with a score of 866 (+14), followed by Duke at 873 (+21) and Arizona State at 875 (+23). The Sun Devils posted the low of the day – 281 (-3) – and climbed four spots up the leader board.
Individually for UCLA, freshman Bronte Law tied for third place with five other players at 215 (+2) after posting her second consecutive round of 72 (+1). Freshman Alison Lee, who was tied with Law in ninth place entering the final round, tied for 18th place at 220 (+7), following her round of 77 (+6). Tied for 28th place were senior Ani Gulugian and junior Erynee Lee at 10-over par 223. In the final round, Gulugian posted a 74 (+3) and Lee carded a score of 77 (+6). Sophomore Louise Ridderstrom tied for 68th at 232 (+19) and freshman Yvonne Zheng, playing as an individual, finished 87th.
USC’s Annie Park won medalist honors with a three-round total of 207 (-3).
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