Palo Alto, Calif. – The final round of the Stanford Intercollegiate in Palo Alto, Calif. was cancelled due to rain on Sunday. Scores through the first two rounds were final, with the University of Florida women’s golf team finishing in a tie for fourth place with a team score of +22 (590).
The Orange and Blue fought their way up four spots during the second round, recording the third-lowest round score on Saturday, a 293.
Junior Taylor Tomlinson led the Gators, finishing the tournament tied for eighth place at +2 (144). Freshman Marta Perez also had a solid tournament, finishing tied for 18th at +5 (147).
UCLA took home the team title at +4 (572), and UCLA’s Bronte Law won the individual title at -7 (135) on the par-71, 6,130-yard Stanford Golf Course.
This tournament concluded the Gators’ fall season. Florida finished in the top-five in all four fall tournaments, taking home the team title at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship.
Head Coach Emily Glaser:
Thoughts on the tournament:
“Unfortunately, the weather didn’t cooperate today. The team was ready to play and was off to a great start. We took a lot of positives from this trip and I know it was a great motivator for our team.”
Thoughts on the fall season:
“Overall, a really solid fall with some great play but also room for improvement. I think we saw the potential that this team has, and we’re all very excited and positive about the future.”
Final Florida Scores:
1. UCLA +4 (572)
2. Stanford +15 (583)
3. California +21 (589)
T4. Florida +22 (590)
T4. USC +22 (590)
Up Next for the Gators: Florida will begin its spring season at the Florida Challenge in Tampa, Fla. on Jan. 30, 2017.