NCAA Golf Regionals

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OK, I get that the Nationals are being held in Stillwater, but explain to me why OSU has to go all the way to Columbus, OH to be the 1-seed in a regional that includes four B10 schools that have experience on the course, including the B10 conference champion??? Throw in four other teams from the area that have likely played the tOSU course before as well.

Meanwhile, OU gets to host at their own course as a 1-seed, TAMU stays at home as a #1 with Baylor playing on a familiar course. Guess I should just be glad the Nationals are at Karsten and we only have to be top-5 in the regional to get back there.

Reunion Resort, Watson Course – Kissimmee, Florida Hosted by University of Central Florida
Teams:
1. Vanderbilt
2. Florida
3. North Carolina
4. South Florida [American Athletic Conference]
5. Kent State [Mid-American Conference]
6. Arizona
7. Purdue
8. Colorado State
9. Saint Mary’s (California)
10. UCF
11. Coastal Carolina [Sun Belt Conference]
12. Jacksonville State [Ohio Valley Conference]
13. Georgetown [Big East Conference]
14. Central Connecticut State [Northeast Conference]

Individuals:
1.Steven Fisk, Georgia Southern
2.R.J. Keur, University of Alabama at Birmingham
3. Yannick Schütz, South Alabama
4. Billy Tom Sargent, Western Kentucky
5. Saptak Talwar, Sacred Heart

Lonnie Poole Golf Course – Raleigh, North Carolina Hosted by North Carolina State University
Teams (seeded in the following order):
1. Georgia Tech [Atlantic Coast Conference]
2. California
3. Texas
4. Arizona State
5. Duke
6. NC State
7. Liberty [Big South Conference]
8. Missouri
9. Santa Clara
10. Campbell
11. Middle Tennessee State [Conference USA]
12. Augusta [Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference]
13. Davidson [Atlantic 10 Conference]
14. Iona [Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference]

Individuals:
1. Dawson Armstrong, Lipscomb
2. Mark Lawrence, Virginia Tech
3. Conor Purcell, Charlotte
4. Alex Weiss, Marshall
5. Brendan MacDougall, High Point

OSU Golf Club, Scarlet Course – Columbus, Ohio Hosted by The Ohio State University
Teams (seeded in the following order)
1. Oklahoma State
2. Illinois [Big Ten Conference]
3. Texas Tech
4. UNLV [Mountain West Conference]
5. Wake Forest
6. Northwestern
7. Penn State
8. Tennessee
9. Louisville
10. Jacksonville
11. Michigan State
12. Yale [The Ivy League]
13. Cleveland State [Horizon League]

Individuals:
1. Kyle Mueller, Michigan
2. Matthew Naumec, Boston College
3. Alex Schaake, Iowa
4. Patrick Flavin, Miami (Ohio)
5. David Kocher, Maryland
6. Daniel Wetterich, Ohio State
7. Peter Knade, Maryland
8. Jacob Poore, Northern Kentucky
9. Zach Schroeder, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne
10. Nick Wilkins, Morehead State

Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club – Norman, Oklahoma Hosted by University of Oklahoma
Teams (seeded in the following order):
1. Oklahoma [Big 12 Conference]
2. Auburn [Southeastern Conference]
3. Arkansas
4. Florida State
5. North Florida [Atlantic Sun Conference]
6. Pepperdine [West Coast Conference]
7. Brigham Young
8. Virginia
9. San Diego State
10. Nevada
11. Sam Houston State [Southland Conference]
12. University of Missouri-Kansas City [Western Athletic Conference]
13. Navy [Patriot League]
14. Prairie View A&M [Southwestern Athletic Conference]

Individuals:
1. Ian Snyman, North Texas
2. McClure Meissner, SMU
3. Peyton Wilhoit, Southern Illinois
4. Chris Korte, Denver
5. Tanner Napier, Arkansas State

The Reserve at Spanos Park – Stockton, California Hosted by University of the Pacific
Teams:
1. LSU
2. Alabama
3. Stanford
4. Southern California [Pac-12 Conference]
5. Oregon
6. TCU
7. Colorado
8. Kansas
9. Kennesaw State
10. Iowa State
11. UNC Greensboro [Southern Conference]
12. UC Irvine [Big West Conference]
13. North Dakota State [The Summit League]

Individuals:
1. Carl Yuan, Washington
2. Riley Elmes, Loyola Marymount
3. Vinnie Murphy, Grand Canyon
4. Felix Mory, California State University, Northridge
5. Blake Tomlinson, Utah
6. Charles Corner, UTEP
7. Henry Lee, Washington
8. Jeremy Gandon, Kansas State
9. Ryan Han, UC Davis
10. Michael Christifulli, Siena

Traditions Club – Bryan, Texas. Hosted by Texas A&M University, College Station
Teams (seeded in the following order):
1. Texas A&M
2. Baylor
3. Clemson
4. Kentucky
5. UCLA
6. Ole Miss
7. South Carolina
8. San Francisco
9. Georgia
10. Mississippi State
11. UNC Wilmington [Colonial Athletic Association]
12. Northern Colorado [Big Sky Conference]
13. Bradley [Missouri Valley Conference]

Individuals:
1. Michael Perras, Houston
2. Mitchell Meissner, Rice
3. Blake Elliott, McNeese
4. Zander Lozano, University of Texas at San Antonio
5. Mario Carmona, Rice
6. Hunter Eichhorn, Marquette
7. Lewis George, Central Arkansas
8. Jake Brown, Indiana
9. Matt Murlick, Marquette
10. Michael Sass, College of Charleston
 

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OK, I get that the Nationals are being held in Stillwater, but explain to me why OSU has to go all the way to Columbus, OH to be the 1-seed in a regional that includes four B10 schools that have experience on the course, including the B10 conference champion??? Throw in four other teams from the area that have likely played the tOSU course before as well.

Meanwhile, OU gets to host at their own course as a 1-seed, TAMU stays at home as a #1 with Baylor playing on a familiar course. Guess I should just be glad the Nationals are at Karsten and we only have to be top-5 in the regional to get back there.

Reunion Resort, Watson Course – Kissimmee, Florida Hosted by University of Central Florida
Teams:
1. Vanderbilt
2. Florida
3. North Carolina
4. South Florida [American Athletic Conference]
5. Kent State [Mid-American Conference]
6. Arizona
7. Purdue
8. Colorado State
9. Saint Mary’s (California)
10. UCF
11. Coastal Carolina [Sun Belt Conference]
12. Jacksonville State [Ohio Valley Conference]
13. Georgetown [Big East Conference]
14. Central Connecticut State [Northeast Conference]

Individuals:
1.Steven Fisk, Georgia Southern
2.R.J. Keur, University of Alabama at Birmingham
3. Yannick Schütz, South Alabama
4. Billy Tom Sargent, Western Kentucky
5. Saptak Talwar, Sacred Heart

Lonnie Poole Golf Course – Raleigh, North Carolina Hosted by North Carolina State University
Teams (seeded in the following order):
1. Georgia Tech [Atlantic Coast Conference]
2. California
3. Texas
4. Arizona State
5. Duke
6. NC State
7. Liberty [Big South Conference]
8. Missouri
9. Santa Clara
10. Campbell
11. Middle Tennessee State [Conference USA]
12. Augusta [Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference]
13. Davidson [Atlantic 10 Conference]
14. Iona [Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference]

Individuals:
1. Dawson Armstrong, Lipscomb
2. Mark Lawrence, Virginia Tech
3. Conor Purcell, Charlotte
4. Alex Weiss, Marshall
5. Brendan MacDougall, High Point

OSU Golf Club, Scarlet Course – Columbus, Ohio Hosted by The Ohio State University
Teams (seeded in the following order)
1. Oklahoma State
2. Illinois [Big Ten Conference]
3. Texas Tech
4. UNLV [Mountain West Conference]
5. Wake Forest
6. Northwestern
7. Penn State
8. Tennessee
9. Louisville
10. Jacksonville
11. Michigan State
12. Yale [The Ivy League]
13. Cleveland State [Horizon League]

Individuals:
1. Kyle Mueller, Michigan
2. Matthew Naumec, Boston College
3. Alex Schaake, Iowa
4. Patrick Flavin, Miami (Ohio)
5. David Kocher, Maryland
6. Daniel Wetterich, Ohio State
7. Peter Knade, Maryland
8. Jacob Poore, Northern Kentucky
9. Zach Schroeder, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne
10. Nick Wilkins, Morehead State

Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club – Norman, Oklahoma Hosted by University of Oklahoma
Teams (seeded in the following order):
1. Oklahoma [Big 12 Conference]
2. Auburn [Southeastern Conference]
3. Arkansas
4. Florida State
5. North Florida [Atlantic Sun Conference]
6. Pepperdine [West Coast Conference]
7. Brigham Young
8. Virginia
9. San Diego State
10. Nevada
11. Sam Houston State [Southland Conference]
12. University of Missouri-Kansas City [Western Athletic Conference]
13. Navy [Patriot League]
14. Prairie View A&M [Southwestern Athletic Conference]

Individuals:
1. Ian Snyman, North Texas
2. McClure Meissner, SMU
3. Peyton Wilhoit, Southern Illinois
4. Chris Korte, Denver
5. Tanner Napier, Arkansas State

The Reserve at Spanos Park – Stockton, California Hosted by University of the Pacific
Teams:
1. LSU
2. Alabama
3. Stanford
4. Southern California [Pac-12 Conference]
5. Oregon
6. TCU
7. Colorado
8. Kansas
9. Kennesaw State
10. Iowa State
11. UNC Greensboro [Southern Conference]
12. UC Irvine [Big West Conference]
13. North Dakota State [The Summit League]

Individuals:
1. Carl Yuan, Washington
2. Riley Elmes, Loyola Marymount
3. Vinnie Murphy, Grand Canyon
4. Felix Mory, California State University, Northridge
5. Blake Tomlinson, Utah
6. Charles Corner, UTEP
7. Henry Lee, Washington
8. Jeremy Gandon, Kansas State
9. Ryan Han, UC Davis
10. Michael Christifulli, Siena

Traditions Club – Bryan, Texas. Hosted by Texas A&M University, College Station
Teams (seeded in the following order):
1. Texas A&M
2. Baylor
3. Clemson
4. Kentucky
5. UCLA
6. Ole Miss
7. South Carolina
8. San Francisco
9. Georgia
10. Mississippi State
11. UNC Wilmington [Colonial Athletic Association]
12. Northern Colorado [Big Sky Conference]
13. Bradley [Missouri Valley Conference]

Individuals:
1. Michael Perras, Houston
2. Mitchell Meissner, Rice
3. Blake Elliott, McNeese
4. Zander Lozano, University of Texas at San Antonio
5. Mario Carmona, Rice
6. Hunter Eichhorn, Marquette
7. Lewis George, Central Arkansas
8. Jake Brown, Indiana
9. Matt Murlick, Marquette
10. Michael Sass, College of Charleston
Where should they be sent? The only course we played this year is Traditions(aTm's home cours) and aTm is the 1 seed. Could be worse LSU and Bama, the 1,2 seeds were sent to Stockton. I like our chances.
 
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Mark Cooper did a big feature on the OSU golf team today. Here's an excerpt...

When Pernilla Lindberg won the tournament April 2, defeating LPGA icon Inbee Park on the eighth hole of a playoff, she and her fiance/caddie, Daniel Taylor, dove into Poppie’s Pond — an ANA Inspiration tradition.

OSU men's coach Alan Bratton sent her a text congratulating her, with an addition: When you come back into town, maybe Daniel can give me a diving lesson.

“We exchanged some messages and I think he kind of promised me that if they win, he’s going to jump into Lake Louise down there,” Lindberg said.

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Oklahoma State has the rare opportunity to win a national championship on its home course. For the women, it would be the first NCAA championship by a women’s team in school history. For the men, it would validate the No. 1 ranking and the historic streak of victories they reeled off this spring.
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Wow - 3 Cowgirls birdie the last par 4 to squeak in to 6th place by one stroke. I had checked on and off during the day and thought they weren't going to make it. They teed off on the 10th to start the day so the 9th was their last hole. Several teams within 2 strokes of them going in to the final round.
 
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The No. 16 Oklahoma State women’s golf team will occupy the sixth spot heading into the final 18 holes of the NCAA Regional at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco.

The Cowgirls knocked in a combined 16 birdies in the second round and posted a 1-over par 289 to move up four spots into sixth place on the leaderboard.
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