UCLA, Stanford’s Lee win at Pac-12 Preview

UCLA claimed its second straight victory and Andrea Lee of Stanford also won for the second straight outing when the final round of the Pac-12 Preview at Nanea Golf Club was cancelled by rain and lightning in Kohala, Kona, Hawaii.

The Bruins, who won the Stanford Invitational in their previous tournament, gave Coach Carrie Forsyth the 64th victory of her career with a score of 284-280—564, 20-under-par, followed by Stanford at 290-285—575 and California at 294-298—592, while

Colorado totaled 303-290—593 to tie for fourth with Washington, which finished at 301-292—593.

Arizona State was sixth at 307-292—599, followed by Washington State at 294-308—602 and Arizona at 314-295—609, while Oregon State shot 304-308—612, to tie for ninth with Oregon at 310-302—612, and Hawaii was 11th at 303-311—614.

Lee, a Cardinal sophomore from Hermosa Beach, claimed the sixth victory of her Stanford career with a score of 69-68—137, nine-under, followed by three Bruins, Lilia Vu at 67-72—139, Patty Tavatanakit at 73-68—141 and Bethany Wu at 74-68—142.

“I played really well,” said Lee, who has won three of her four tournaments this season. “I hit a lot of good shots and took advantage of the par-5s. And my short game was sharp.

“We have such a great team and it’s so much fun to be part of.”

Shannon Aubert of Stanford shot 72-72—144 to tie for fifth with Mariel Galdiano of UCLA, who also wound up at 72-72—144, while Marianne Li of Cal totaled 72-73—145 to tie for seventh with Robyn Choi of Colorado, who finished at 75-70—145.

Mika Liu of Stanford carded a score of 74-72—146 to tie for ninth with Gigi Stoll of Arizona, who came in at 77-69—146, and Clare Legaspi rounded out UCLA’s scoring at 72-75—147.

Allisen Corpuz of USC wound up at 80-70—150 to finish in a tie for 26th that included her Trojan teammate Alyaa Abdulghany, who totaled 73-77—150.

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