Five Pac-12 teams advance to NCAA men's golf championships
Cal and UCLA won their regionals and five Pac-12 teams clinched a spot in the NCAA men's golf championships in Atlanta May 28-June 2 with regional play wrapped up across the country on Saturday. Washington, USC and Arizona State will join the Golden Bears and Bruins at the Capital City Club, Crabapple Course later this month, while the season has come to a close for Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State and Stanford.
Cal and USC will make the trip to the A along with TCU, Saint Mary's and either Ball State or San Diego State (currently in a playoff) from the Pullman Regional.
— ASUmensgolf (@asumensgolf) May 18, 2013
Curtis Jackson would be proud.
Trevor just chipped this in for eagle on 9! twitter.com/UW_MGolf/statu…
— UW Men's Golf (@UW_MGolf) May 18, 2013
So proud of the effort our guys displayed today. Could have easily packed it in but have it everything they had. Look to be 1 shot short...
— Jon Reehoorn (@JonReehoorn) May 18, 2013
Florida State, Georgia Tech and Oklahoma will join North Florida and Washington out of Tallahassee in the NCAA Championships later this month.
— Stanford Men's Golf (@StanfordMgolf) May 18, 2013
Illinois, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma State and Kent State are the teams advancing out of the Fayetteville Regional.
Baton Rouge Regional
No Pac-12 teams here, but Alabama, Florida, LSU, Tennessee and Coastal Carolina finished in the top 5 to book their spots in the NCAA Championships.