Ying Luo's hitss incredible shot to help team win NCAA championships!

The University of Washington captured the Women's golf NCAA Championship on Wednesday, and they managed it in quite incredible fashion.

Ying Luo, a senior making her final appearance for the University of Washington, came into the 18th hole all-square in her match with Stanford's Casey Danielson. She looked to be in trouble on her final hole after hitting her drive in fairway bunker, but she hit an unbelievable recovery shot that landed on the green and trickled into the hole for a match-winning birdie:


Luo, a senior from China, said she was thinking about Rhee's great comeback Tuesday when she holed a bunker shot to win her match.

"I was imaging it going in," she said.


That win would proved pivotal, too. Luo's shot set the stage for the Huskies' first-ever NCAA Tournament win, which was secured a few moments later by one of her teammates.


Not a bad end to a college career.


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