No. 20 Pepperdine captured their 10th consecutive WCC Women's Golf Championship and 13th in the 15-year history of the event with a 16-over par 880. The 36-shot margin victory was the largest in the event since Pepperdine won the 2008 event by 37 shots.

Gonzaga finished second at 52-over par (916) to record its best WCC Women's Golf Championship finish in program history. San Francisco (+59, 923), Santa Clara (+71, 935), Seattle (+122, 986) and Portland (+141, 1005) rounded out the field. Seattle was competing in the event for the first time as an affiliate member in the sport of women's golf.

Freshman Grace Na of Pepperdine rallied to win the women's individual title with a 54-hole score of one-over par 217 (72-68-75). Na's victory was the 10th individual conference title in a row for the Waves, and her 54-hole total of one-over par was the lowest in the event since the Waves' Carolina Llano in 2003 (-8, 211, Riverbend GC).

Pepperdine sophomore Danielle Kang, the 2010 U.S. Amateur Champion finished second at two-over par (218) and Wave junior Kaitlin Drolson was third at four-over par (220). Seniors Tinna Johannsdottir of San Francisco and Miki Ueoka tied for fourth at eight-over(224) to round out the top five.