The finest from NCAA Golf came out to compete in a packed field at the Bruin Wave Invitational. What happened to the home team as Stanford claims the win?
We’ve picked up speed at the Bruin Wave Invitational and the home team just couldn’t seal the deal as Stanford claims the win. The Bruin Wave Invitational hosts one of the most packed fields in NCAA Golf next to the National Championship and the competition didn’t disappoint!
Stanford claimed a win against tough NCAA competition and they’re ready to claim another NCAA National Championship in Blessings!
NCAA Golf – No.4 Stanford University Cardinals
Darkness slowed down day one of the Bruin Wave Invitational but it didn’t stop Stanford in their hunt for the top of the leaderboard. After day one Stanford was tied for 2nd but a couple of schools like Oregon had yet to finish their 36-hole day.
With Aline Krauter and Mika Liu tied at 5th with a pair of 4-over 148, they lead Stanford into the top as the top two golfers of the team on day one. Ziyi Wang shot her second round as the lowest player for Stanford shooting an even 72 and shot up 23 places on the individual leaderboard.
Andrea Lee led her team on the last 18-holes by going 3-under 33 on the back nine and pushed Stanford into the top of the NCAA packed field. Liu finished tied for 3rd and had her best round as an NCAA collegiate player.
Wang tied for 8th in the individual field after going 9-over for a total of 225. Lee tied for 12th after her amazing back nine on day two but her second round 81 kept her lower on the leaderboard. Krauter stayed in the top 15 with an 11-over 227 after staying in tune with Liu on day one.
After Lee’s performance at the Bruin Wave Invitational and the Northrop Grumman Challenge, she was named the Pac-12 Golfer of the Month of February. She has seven career victories at her career in Stanford and has broken par in her 9 of 13 rounds this season. According to golf week and Golfstat, Lee is the No.1 NCAA individual in the country! Congrats girl, keep killing it on the fairways!