Sunday, October 16, 2016


Bronty Law 

Bronte Law leads by five shots at Stanford Intercollegiate

By Golfweek Staff
UCLA's Bronte Law scorched Stanford Golf Course Saturday afternoon to lift UCLA to a 36-hole lead at the Stanford Intercollegiate.
Law fired a 6-under 65 to grab a five-shot lead at 7-under overall in search of her first US college tour win this season.
Law leads Stanford freshman Andrea Lee and San Diego State's Georgia Lacey, who are each 2 under entering the final round.
The Bruins, who finished third at the Annika Intercollegiate in their first event of the fall in September, hold an 11-shot lead over Stanford. The Bruins have three players in the top eight: Law, Lilia Vu (T-5) and Bethany Wu (T-8).
Vu led the Bruins at the Annika, posting a runner-up finish at 10 under. Law had a bit of a disappointing T-21 finish in Reunion, Florida, but has the chance to right the ship with a victory at Stanford.
Stanford's Casey Danielson sits in fourth at 1 under, joining Lee as the two Stanford players in the top five.
UCLA (572) lead the team race by 11 shots from Stanford with California (589) in third place. Florida and Southern California are T-4 one shot back.

Meanwhile, in the Tar Heel Invitational over a par-72, 6,379 course at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, third-year student Lisa Maguire followed up an opening 78 with a 77 to be tied 75th on 155.
Lisa's twin Leona, also a student at Duke University, was five-over-par on the front nine, but settled down and played the final nine holes at even par with one birdie on the 165-yard, par three 14th.  She had a team-best 27 putts, while hitting nine fairways and seven greens.

As a team, Duke will enter the final round in 10th place overall trailing Wake Forest (569), Alabama (569), Ohio State (570), Arkansas (573), NC State (577), Virginia (580), South Carolina (583), Tennessee (585) and North Carolina (588).  The Blue Devils have totalled rounds of 292 and 297 for a total of 589.