Northwestern prevails for second consecutive year at PING/ASU Women's Invitational
30 Mar 2024
by Justin Golba of

see also: View results for PING/ASU Invitational, Papago Golf Course, Zoe Campos Rankings

Northwestern Women's golf team (Northwestern Athletics Photo)
Northwestern Women's golf team (Northwestern Athletics Photo)

Northwestern won the 2024 PING/ASU Women's Invitational at Papago Golf Course in Phoenix, Ariz.

The Wildcats held off California to win by three shots, finishing at 11-under. California made a run, shooting a final-round 7-under 281 to get to 8-under, but a 4-under 284 was good enough to keep Northwestern in the lead.

The Wildcats carded consistent rounds of 284-285-284 to secure the win.

UCLA and Arizona State also finished T2 with California, and Arizona State shot an 8-under 280 final round to give chase to the leaders as well. 

Stanford finished in solo fifth place at 5-under, and Baylor finished in solo sixth place at 4-under. 

In the individual competition, Zoe Campos of UCLA and Emma Bunch of New Mexico State finished 9-under and beat the field by three shots.

Campos and Bunch both shot rounds of 69-70-68 to get to 9-under.

Campos has been one of the top golfers in the collegiate realm recently, currently ranked No. 29 in the Golfweek/ Women's Rankings, and has won the Pac-12 Women's Preview and The Show. This win gives her three wins in her last four tournaments. 

Ashley Yun of Northwestern finished in solo third place at 6-under. Yun was recognized as the Ann Votik Award winner for finishing as the top freshman at the event.

Ellie Bushnell of Oklahoma State, Paula Martin Sampedro of Stanford, Minori Nagano of Oregon, and Sera Hasegawa of Baylor all finished T4 at 5-under.

Results: PING/ASU Invitational
T1CAZoe CamposValencia, CA70069-70-68=207
T1DenmarkEmma BunchDenmark70069-70-68=207
3CAAshley YunWest Covina, CA40068-73-69=210
T4SpainPaula Martin SampedroSpain40069-72-70=211
T4JapanSera HasegawaJapan40072-68-71=211

View full results for PING/ASU Invitational


54-hole college tournament hosted by the Arizona State University women's team. Team (best four scores out of five players) and individual competitions.

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