The 13th-ranked UCLA women's golf team raced out to a six-shot lead after the first round of the Mason Rudolph Championship, hosted by Vanderbilt University at its Legends Golf Course in Franklin, Tenn.
The Bruins posted a team score of 281, 7-under par, and lead second place Florida by six shots. The Bruins' total of 281 set a single round school scoring record, breaking one they set last season at the San Jose State Invitational.
Freshman Hannah Jun blistered the 6,276-yard course with a 5-under-par round of 67, which matched the tournament record. Jun's score, one shot off the UCLA single round record, put her in first place.
Not far behind are junior All-American Charlotte Mayorkas and senior Bridget Dwyer, who each posted 1-under par scores of 71. Senior Gina Umeck posted an even-par 72 and sophomore Susie Mathews carded a 75.