Grace Na rallied to post her 10th top-20 finish of the season.
Pepperdine is tied for 13th but needs a top-eight finish to advance.
Pepperdine needs to finish in the top eight to advance to the NCAA Championships.
The Waves are aiming for their 12th NCAA Championships appearance in 15 years.
The Waves have now won 15 of the 17 league tournaments ever contested.
Photos of the Waves by Paul Levy, taken at the Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tenn., from May 22-25.
Photos of the Waves winning their 11th straight WCC title at San Juan Oaks Golf Club in Hollister, Calif.
Jeff Golden and Athletic Communications photos from the Waves' first-place finish.
Photos by Gary Stepic of the Pepperdine women's golf team in Albuquerque, N.M.
PEPPERDINE 2011-12: Named the WCC Freshman of the Year, the 13th straight Wave to win the award ... Also picked to the All-WCC first team ... Finished second on the squad with a 74.67 stroke average ... Ranked #66 by Golfstat and #74 by Golfweek/Sagarin ... Named the WCC's Player of the Month for both February and March ... Competed at 10 tournaments and in 30 rounds ... Had four top-10 and five top-20 results ... After a 76.00 average in three fall tournaments, averaged 74.10 in the spring ... Had the team's top score at four of seven spring tournaments (and five times overall) ... Placed second at the `Anuenue Spring Break Classic with a season-best 2-over 218 (69-72-77) ... Also took second at the Bruin Wave Invitational (71-74-73=218) ... Placed fifth at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge (71-74-73=218) ... Tied for sixth at the WCC Championships (76-72-77) ... Had 3-under 69s in the second round of the Bruin Wave Invitationaland the first round of the `Anuenue Spring Break Classic ... Tied for 41st at the NCAA West Regional (73-79-72==224) ... Led the team and tied for 21st at the NCAA Championships (74-73-73-74=294) ... Off the course, was named an NGCA All-American Scholar, was awarded WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll "silver" honors status and was a Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete.
AMATEUR/JUNIOR GOLF: Had top 10 finishes at the Junior World Golf Championships from 2008-10 ... Became the first woman to make the third round of the Manoa Cup (Hawaii's top men's amateur tournament) in 2010, breaking Michelle Wie's record ... Played in the USGA Girls Junior Amateur Championship in 2008 and 2009 ... Played for the Hawaii team that won the Girls Junior America's Cup in 2010 ... Ranked 26th on the Junior Golf Scoreboard when she signed her letter-of-intent in November 2010.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from the Punahou School, located in Honolulu, Hawaii, in 2011 ... Won the 2010 Interscholastic League of Honolulu title and was the IHL player of the year ... Earned all-state first team honors in 2011 ... Team won four state championships and four IHL titles ... Graduated with honors.
PERSONAL: Born in Honolulu, Hawaii ... Daughter of Steve and Kori Ching ... Has one sibling, Alex, who was an All-American golfer at WCC rival San Diego ... Alina and Alex were both named the WCC's Golfers of the Month for March 2012 ... Has a cousin, Peter Phillips, that attended Pepperdine ... Lists her most thrilling moment in golf as her hole-in-one at the PGA National course in Florida ... Chose Pepperdine because "of the balance between academics and athletics."
FAVORITES: Favorites include Adam Scott (pro golfer), Pebble Beach (golf course), Just Go With It (movie), Glee and Pretty Little Liars (TV shows), Bruno Mars (musical artist) and tennis and surfing (sports other than golf) ... Favorite things about golf are "the values that the game teaches you such as honesty, integrity and patience."