Former VCU standout Rafael Campos shot a 2-under 70 in Sunday's final round on the way to victory at the Tour's Bahamas Great Abaco Classic at the Abaco Club. Campos finished 7-under overall earn a 1-stroke win over Vincent Whaley.

Campos is the first native Puerto Rican to win a Tour title.

Windy conditions, which included gusts up to 38 miles per hour, made Sunday's final round a challenge for the field. The average score for the round was 74.646, but Campos mixed in six birdies to offset two bogeys and a double as he rallied from a three-stroke deficit.

"This first win means a lot," Campos told "For me, for Puerto Rico, for the kids to understand that I'm a kid from the island that worked my butt off and won a tournament. I hope this serves as motivation because we have great talent there. I hope in the future to see many players on the PGA TOUR and the Tour from Puerto Rico. My phone hasn't stopped vibrating in my pocket since the putt dropped, I know they are celebrating back home."

Campos earned a purse of $108,000, as well as 500 Tour points for the win. He is the second VCU alumnus to claim a Tour victory in the past three years. Former teammate Lanto Griffin captured the 2017 Nashville Golf Open and later earned a PGA Tour card.

A four-time All-Colonial Athletic Association selection for VCU from 2006-10, Campos helped lead VCU to a CAA Championship in 2009, as well as a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances (2009, 2010). He ranks second in school history in career scoring average (73.34).