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Field set for NCAA Golf National Championship

By Grant Meech
Published On: May 17 2014 10:14:12 PM CDT
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INDIANAPOLIS -

The field is set for the NCAA National Golf Championship next week in Hutchinson. Unfortunately, Wichita State will not be sending their team or any individuals. The Shockers season ended with a 12th place finish at the Eugene, Oregon Regional.

You can read the full field released by the NCAA below:

The NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Committee announced Saturday the 156 participants that will compete in the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships.

The top five teams and the top individual not on those teams from each regional have advanced to compete at the finals which will be held May 23-28 at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kansas. The championships are being hosted by Wichita State.

The teams and individuals advancing to the 2014 championships finals are listed below:

Auburn Regional:
Hosted by Auburn

Teams:
Alabama
Kennesaw State
Auburn
Virginia Tech
Texas

Individual:
Marco Iten, Austin Peay

Columbia Regional
Hosted by Missouri

Teams:
Oklahoma State
Arkansas
Missouri
LSU
Iowa State

Individual:
Denny McCarthy, Virginia

Raleigh Regional
Hosted by NC State

Team:
Georgia Tech
Washington
Texas A&M
Kentucky
Florida State

Individual:
Cyrus Stewart, Wake Forest

Sugar Grove Regional
Hosted by the Northern Illinois

Teams:
Illinois
UAB
Purdue
Southern California
California

Individual:
Taylor Pendrith, Kent State

Eugene Regional
Hosted by Oregon

Teams:
Stanford
Oregon
Oklahoma
Houston
South Carolina

Individual:
Chris Robb, Chattanooga

San Antonio Regional
Hosted by UTSA

Teams:
Georgia
Georgia State
Vanderbilt
SMU
UCLA

Individual:
Ricardo Gouveia, Central Florida

Alabama won the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships. Alabama defeated Illinois 4-1 in the final round of match play competition. Max Homa of California was the individual medalist. Homa posted a 9-under par 201 in three rounds of stroke play to win by three shots over a group of six players who were tied for second. He was California’s first individual champion. The finals were held at The Capital City Club, Crabapple Course in Atlanta. Georgia Tech was the host.

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