College golf’s championship season rolls on to regionals this week, with the ladies first to play.
The 4 regional championship websites every characteristic 18 groups and 6 people (72 groups and 24 people, whole), with play starting Monday, May 10 and ending Wednesday, May 12. The prime six groups (24 whole) and the low three people (12 whole) not on a qualifying staff from every regional will advance to the NCAA Division I Women’s Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, May 21-26.
Below you’ll discover recaps for Wednesday’s ultimate rounds, in addition to a breakdown of what to look at for from every regional as play concludes from all 4 websites.
This regional was determined with none golf being performed. The NCAA canceled the Baton Rouge regional attributable to course circumstances that they had been deemed “playable,” simply not at a “championship level” after heavy rains all through the week. Because the occasion was canceled, the highest six seeds will robotically advance to the NCAA Championship (Golfweek/Sagarin ranking in parentheses): LSU (5), Ole Miss (6), Baylor (8), Oregon (19), Maryland (20) and Alabama (29). The advancing people are the top-ranked gamers in keeping with Golfstat who should not on advancing groups: Houston’s Karen Fredgaard, Miami’s Nataliya Guseva and Sam Houston State’s Hanna Alberto. You can learn more on the developing story here. https://twitter.com/golfweek/status/1392556414766403584
Play has but to conclude. Leaderboard: Columbus Regional
Play has but to conclude. Leaderboard: Louisville Regional
Play has but to conclude. Leaderboard: Stanford Regional