Women’s Golf Season Ends Due To Regional Cancellation
BATON ROUGE, La. – The Oregon State women's golf team had its season ended on Wednesday when the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional was canceled.
A spokesperson for the NCAA addressed the coaches and student-athletes at the University Club of Baton Rouge on Wednesday morning: "This is one of the most gut-wrenching decisions and announcements that I've been a part of. Even though the course is playable, it's not playable at a championship level. Therefore, the top six seeds will advance along with the top three individuals."
The Beavers were the No. 7 seed in the 18-team field.
This is the second-straight year Oregon State had its season cut short after last season ended due to COVID-19. Mari Nishiura and Nicole Schroeder both returned for an extra season with the goal of helping the Beavers make it to the NCAA National Championships.
— Oregon State Golf (@BeaverWGolf) May 12, 2021
Nicole Schroeder and Mari Nishiura came back for super senior seasons at Oregon State looking to get a chance to qualify for women's golf nationals.
They leave holding an empty bag.
— Nick Daschel (@nickdaschel) May 12, 2021
Oregon State Athletics strives to Build Excellent Authentic Visionary Student-Athletes (Go BEAVS).