By the numbers: Key stats from Carta's NCAA win


Duke's Virginia Elena Carta set plenty of records Monday as she captured the individual title at the NCAA Women’s Championship. Here's a look at the key stats from her win provided by the Golf Channel research department.

• 16 under; lowest score to par in NCAA Women’s Championship history

• Lowest 72-hole score to par in Duke program history

• Eight-shot margin of victory (largest dating back to 2000)

• Fourth player from Duke to win individual NCAA title

• Only Arizona State (five) and USC (five) have won more individual titles

• First collegiate victory of career (freshman)

• First freshman to earn first collegiate win at NCAAs since 1998

• Jennifer Rosales of USC was previous player to accomplish that

• Played front nine in 12 under (zero bogeys) for week

• Played par 5s in 9 under this week (2 under in final round)

• Eighth freshman to win individual NCAA title

• Previous best finish this season was T-2 (LSU Classic)

• Fifth consecutive top-10 finish to end individual season

• First ACC player to win since Anna Grzebien (Duke) in 2005

• That was also last time this event held in Oregon

• Led Division I in greens in regulation entering week