Quick facts about the NCAA women's golf championship
• It's the first national championship in the women's golf program history. The previous best NCAA finish was second in 2000.
• It's the Cardinal's 107th NCAA team championship (men or women) all time.
•It's the school's eighth team national championship in golf.
• Stanford's first national women's golf title comes in the program's 30th NCAA appearance.
• This is the fifth time since 2008 that the NCAA women’s title was won by a Pac-12 team.
• This is the Stanford women's seveth top-five finish in the NCAAs (first since 2007).
• This is only Stanford's second tournament victory this season, the other being the Stanford Intercollegiate.
• Stanford's two best finishes of the spring came in the NCAA regionals and Championship.
• Stanford joins Arizona State in 1990 as the only schools to have won men's and women's championships in the same year.
• Stanford's men’s team is competing next week in the NCAAs (ranked seventh in Golfstat ranking).
• Mariah Stackhouse was 2 down with 2 holes left against Hayley Davis, but birdied 17 and 18, then parred 19 to win the match and clinch the national championship.
• Casey Danielson never trailed in 2-up win over Laura Lonardi.
• Shannon Aubert never trailed in 4-and-3 win over Lauren Whyte.
• Second place is best NCAA finish in program history.
• Previous best NCAA finish was 16th in 2012.
• Was unranked nationally entering the spring season.
• Finished season with win, win, second in last three tournaments.
• Earned first Big 12 title, NCAA regional in same season.
• Giovana Maymon led after every hole in defeating Quirine Eijkenboom, 4 and 3.
• Dylan Kim defeated Lauren Kim in final, went 2-0-1 in NCAAs.
• Hayley Davis' 19-hole loss to Mariah Stackhouse was her final college match. She was the first All-American in Baylor program history.
Golf Channel senior researcher Justin Ray contributed to this report.