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Roger Moore | NCAA.com | May 24, 2017

Arizona State edges Northwestern for eighth national title

2017 DI Women's Golf: Arizona State wins national title

Arizona State has won its record eighth national title in Division I women's golf, after edging Northwestern in Wednesday's championship round play in Sugar Grove, Illinois.

The Sun Devils cruised to a 3-1-1 win. Read on below for a full recap of Wednesday's final round action and ASU's championship win:

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