The UCLA men's golf team won its third tournament of the Fall season, capturing the inaugural CordeValle Collegiate by six strokes. UCLA hosted the event in San Martin, Calif., at the CordeValle Country Club.
The Bruins posted a final round team score 284 (-4) for a 54-hole total of 849 (-15). Northwestern placed second at 855 (-9), followed by California and Arkansas at 859 (-5). Texas finished fifth at even par 864.
Individually for the Bruins, freshman Erik Flores tied for second at 212 (-4) on the strength of a final round 68 (-4). Flores played the inward nine in four-under par and made five birdies. Freshmen Daniel Im and James Lee tied for fourth place at 213 (-3). Im, leading the tournament at six-under par to start the day, played the back nine in three-over par for a 75 (+3). Lee started the day tied for 16th place, but climbed the leaderboard after playing the last seven holes in three-under par for a final round 69. Junior Chris Heintz tied for 18th at 217 (+1) following a final round 72 and freshman Lucas Lee tied for 23rd at 218 (+2).
Cal's Michael Wilson won the event after posting a final round score of 67 (-5) to finish at 206 (-10).