The Bruins tied for seventh place at 837 (-27), 14 strokes behind Oklahoma State, which won the event with a score of 819 (-41). The Cowboys posted a final round team score of 217 (-17). Washington was second at 831 (-33), followed by Oregon, TCU and USC in a tie for third at 835 (-29). Auburn finished alone in sixth place at 836 (-28). The Bruins were tied with Stanford and Georgia Tech.
UCLA sophomore Lorens Chan was the Bruins’ top finisher, tying for ninth place at 206 (-10). Sophomore Jonathan Garrick, who played the final 36 holes in eight under par, tied for 24th place at 209 (-7) following a third round of 68 (-4). Tied for 49th place at three-under par 213 was junior Jay Hwang and tied for 64th after posting a two-under par 70 on Saturday was Matt Pinizzotto at even par 216. Sophomore Jake Knapp tied for 84th at 219 (+3) after carding at 72 (E).
Oklahoma State’s Jordan Niebrugge won the tournament with a 54-hole score of 200 (-16).