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Pac-12 Women's Golf Champion USC Tabbed No. 3 Seed In NCAA Stanford Regional

Apr 28, 2021

No. 4 USC, a five-time winner this season coming off its second straight Pac-12 title just days ago, has been tabbed as a No. 3 seed in the 2021 NCAA Stanford Regionals the NCAA announced Wednesday (April 28), heading back to the site of the just-completed conference championships.

The Trojans, three-time NCAA champions who are riding a national-leading streak of 14 straight NCAA top 5 finishes, will attempt to qualify for the NCAA Championships final set for the Grayhawk G.C. in Scottsdale, Ariz., hosted by Arizona State, May 21-26.

Joining the Trojans at Stanford on May 10-12 will be No. 1 Wake Forest, No. 2. Oklahoma State, No. 4 Virginia Tech, No. 5 Stanford, No. 6 Arizona, No. 7 Florida, No. 8 Northwestern, No. 9 Iowa State, No. 10 Denver, No. 11 TCU, No. 12 San Diego State, No. 13 Pepperdine, No. 14 San Jose State, No. 15 New Mexico State, No. 16 Cal Poly, No. 17 Sacramento State and No. 18 Navy.

The Top 6 teams from the four NCAA Regionals - at Louisville, Stanford, Baton Rouge and Columbus - will advance to Grayhawk.

"It's always a goal of ours to put together a resume that is good enough to stay west for regionals. Although we didn't get to play a Fall segment we felt that we put a good enough resume together with five wins in our seven events to do just that," USC Head Coach Justin Silverstein said. "Our team is extremely excited to head back to Stanford to compete and we look forward to seeing some great teams from all over the country."

USC is led by the senior trio of Alyaa Abdulghany, Allisen Corpuz and Amelia Garvey, all of whom were recent All-Pac-12 first team picks.

USC posted a recent NCAA record run of seven straight regional titles that ended in 2017. USC has won an NCAA best 13 regionals overall and had a streak of being an NCAA regional top seed from 2011-16.