UCLA sophomore Bronte Law claimed the second collegiate title of her career Oct. 19 at the Stanford Intercollegiate. Law finished two shots ahead of USC’s Doris Chen, who won last spring’s NCAA Championship, and UCLA teammate Louise Ridderstrom.
Law, a GB&I Curtis Cupper who hails from Stockport, England, finished 54 holes at Stanford Golf Course with an 8-under 205 total (65-71-69). Law led wire-to-wire, but still made five birdies in her final nine holes, including one at the 72nd hole. In nine rounds this season, Law is 14-under par and has a scoring average of 70.1.
The sophomore led the Bruin charge in the final round of the Stanford Intercollegiate. UCLA finished 54 holes at 14-under 838, one-shot behind co-medalists USC and Stanford.
Law, who entered the Stanford Intercollegiate ranked No. 17 by Golfweek, also won the 2013 Pac-12 Preview. She tied for second Sept. 16 at the Cougar Classic to start her sophomore season.