STANFORD, Calif.  – The Virginia women’s golf team finished the opening round of the Stanford Intercollegiate in fourth place with a score of 1-under 283. The Cavaliers were led by first year Jaclyn LaHa who shot 3-under 68 at the par-71 Stanford Golf Course.

LaHa, a native of Pleasanton, Calif., got off to a hot start by posting birdies on four of her first six holes. She finished the day with five birdies and two bogeys to stand tied for third place after the opening 18 holes.

Megan Propeck also went under par, shooting 1-under 70, to finish Friday’s play in 10th place. Amanda Sambach was in 32nd place at 1-over 72 and Rebecca Skoler rounded out UVA’s scoring with a 2-over 73 to be in 42nd position. Kiera Bartholomew shot 81 and was in 98th place.

Virginia was one of four teams in the 19-team field to shoot under par on Friday. UCLA leads the event at 10-under 274 while USC was in second place at 5-under 279 and Texas was third at -4, 280.

Playing with Colorado and Iowa State, UVA will tee off Saturday starting at 8:25 a.m. PT from the first tee. The tournament runs through Sunday.

Live scoring of the tournament is online at

With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, the tournament serves as a fundraiser for the “Play for Her” campaign with a goal to raise $225,000. This year’s event is dedicated to Nancy McDaniel, the California women’s golf coach. Donations to the Play for Her campaign can be made here.

Stanford Intercollegiate
Stanford Golf Course
Stanford, Calif.
Par 71, 6,269 Yards
First Round Results

Team Results
 1. UCLA            274
 2. USC             279
 3. Texas           280
 4. Virginia        283
 5. Northwestern    285
 6. Stanford        286
 7. California      288
 8. Arizona State   289
 8. Arizona         289
10. Michigan        290
11. Auburn          293
11. Oregon State    293
13. Iowa State      295
14. Oregon          296
15. Washington      297
16. San Jose State  300
16. Colorado        300
16. Georgia         300
19. Denver          307 

Individual Leaders
1. Zoe Campos, UCLA           65
2. Bentley Cotton, Texas      67
3. P. Wongthanavimok, Arizona 68
3. Jaclyn LaHa, Virginia      68
3. Tiffany Le, UCLA           68
3. Catherine Park, USC        68 

Virginia Results
 3. Jaclyn LaHa        68
10. Megan Propeck      70
32. Amanda Sambach     72
42. Rebecca Skoler     73
98. Kiera Bartholomew  81