Men's Golf Concludes Season at NCAA Division I Regional

  • Men's Golf Concludes Season at NCAA Division I Regional

Men's Golf Concludes Season at NCAA Division I Regional

That meant firing the low round of the day in the tournament, a 2-under-par 282.

Baylor men's golf made a late rally to win its first-ever NCAA Regional title, matching Stanford with a three-round total of 17-under-par 823 at the Stanford (Calif.) Regional.

Needing to climb into the top five to advance to their third straight championship, things didn't get much better for USF on Wednesday, even though they had their best round of the tournament.

The Tigers shot 6-over 294 in the final round to finish at 2-over 866, eight strokes ahead of Duke. If we par one, we're in a playoff; if we par both, we're going to Chicago. "We have felt good about our five guys all year and today just showed it". They never panicked at a time it's very easy to panic. Pepperdine (835, -5) and Oklahoma (737, -3) each played even-par golf in the final round to finish third and fourth, respectively.

With their score, the Huskies find themselves just one stroke out of the fifth spot with a 36-hole total of 13-over 581 heading into Wednesday's final round on the 6,885-yard par-71 course. Windy conditions made a rough day of play for the entire field. "They deserve a large milkshake - probably a cookies and cream one tonight".

This will mark the fifth time under head coach Greg Nye that the Lions have appeared in the NCAA Championship with appearances in 1996, 2004, 2008 and 2010 with their best finish in 2004 (15th).

The Buffs' season came to a close on Wednesday after finishing 12th overall with a final team score of 910, 46-over par. "And last week, in the U.S. Open qualifying, he must have had five or six birdies that day".

Lurking two strokes behind is UNLV's John Oda, who led after 18 holes and is ranked 14th nationally, and Andre Garcia of New Mexico.

UK's pressure on the course began with McDaniel's best round of the tournament at 1-under par to finish in a tie for seventh overall. Tech finished at 844 (+4).

Lobo senior Andrej Bevins finished in a tie on top of the individual leader board with Nick Hardy of IL.

Kuest was the only Cougar to shoot under par on Tuesday.

Freshman Jovan Rebula turned in another spectacular round with a 2-under 70 and is tied for seventh individually at 2-under 142. The Baltimore, Md. local rounded out his effort tied for 24th.

USC captured the team title with a 3-under 849, followed by Kent State, Florida State, Alabama and Penn State.

The Tide will fly back to Tuscaloosa on Thursday before beginning preparations for next week's championships.

Sophomore Gisli Sveinbergsson closed with a 75 and wound up in a tie for 29th at 8-over 221, while junior Chase Johnson also shot 75 on Wednesday and finished 40th at 11-over 224.