NCAA Women's Golf Regionals wrap up Saturday
The NCAA Women's Golf Regionals conclude play Saturday across the country, with nine Pac-12 teams participating. The top-six teams and top-three individuals from non-qualifying teams move on the NCAA Championships, held May 20-25 in Eugene. This page will update as teams finish their rounds.
Baton Rouge Regional
The Sun Devils will miss out on qualifying, finishing with a team score of 891 (+27). Entering the clubhouse in eighth, the Sun Devils could perhaps creep up to seventh (albeit very unlikely) but cannot surpass Houston, which had its best round of the weekend by five strokes and finished six shots ahead of Missy Farr-Kaye's group. However, 2016 Pac-12 champ Linnea Strom has a very good shot of moving on to Eugene as an individual. The rounds aren't complete yet, but Strom is currently tied for second among individuals on a non-top-six team, posting a three-day score of 215 (-1), and there isn't anyone who could realistically catch her (BYU and Houston's battle for sixth does not affect Strom's potential to qualify).
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