By the numbers: Key stats from Women's NCAA semis


Washington rallied to shock UCLA, and defending champion Stanford knocked out Duke. Here are the key stats from the semifinals of the Women's NCAA Championships. Stats provided by the Golf Channel research department.


• Defending NCAA champion; advances to NCAA final as 2-seed

• Trying to become fourth program to successfully defend title

• Last team to do it was Duke; won three straight from 2005-07

• Trying to become second team to win first two NCAA titles in consecutive years

• Florida won their first two NCAA titles in 1985 and 1986 (NCAA began sanctioning in 1982)

• Seeking fifth win this season (NCAA title was their second win of last season)

• Seeking 110th NCAA Championship (all sports)


• Freshmen won each of first three matches of semifinals to clinch win

• Eliminates 1-seed from Pac-12 in semifinals (Stanford did same last year)

• Advances to final; assured of best NCAA finish in program history

• Previous best was sixth (both 2004 and 2006)

• Trying to become sixth Pac-12 program to win NCAA title

• Seeking seventh NCAA team Championship (all sports)

• Last national title in any sport – softball in 2009

• Has never won a NCAA Championship in men’s or women’s golf

• Pac-12 will finish first and second in this event for first time since 2009

• That year, Arizona State won and UCLA finished second (different format)


• 1-seed eliminated in semifinals for second straight year

• USC lost to eventual champion Stanford last year in semis

• Was seeking first NCAA Championship since 2011 and fourth overall


• Second consecutive year to lose in semifinals

• Lost to Baylor, 3-2, last year in semifinals

• Fourth straight year to finish T-3 or better in NCAAs