SMU, eight Big 12 teams and Texas A&M received invitations to NCAA women's golf regionals beginning May 8.
The national championships with begin May 19-24 at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Illinois. The Central Region selections consisted of Central Missouri, Arkansas Tech, Central Oklahoma, Lindenwood, Henderson State, SW Oklahoma State, Washburn, Northeaster, Harding and Minnesota State. The Athens Regional is hosted by the University of Georgia, the site of early April's Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic, in which Auburn placed fifth in both stroke play and match-play. Leading the way for Grand Valley State will be All-GLIAC performers Domenic Mancinelli, Alex Scott, Bryce Messner and Alex Nanetti. The field of 72 teams and 24 individuals will compete at four regional sites from May 8-10 with the top-six teams from each site and the top-three individuals not on a qualifying team advancing.
Krolboll Hansen finished fourth individually at the Robert Trent Jones at the Shoals course in Muscle Shoals, Ala., at even-par 216 with rounds of 73, 72 and 71, which was six strokes behind victor Sasikarn Somboonsup of Texas State and just two strokes behind runner-up Fatima Cano of Troy. "It is such a good lesson knowing that sometimes when things don't go your way, you just keep enduring with the people around you, work hard and good things are going to happen. We are all thrilled for her". Of these players, 132 will advance to the championship finals. She also tied a school record with a 5-under 67 during the first round of the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown in October, and finished the tournament with a 6-under 210, the third-best tournament score in school history.
Needing a strong showing at the SEC Championship to secure a spot in the NCAA Regionals field, United Kingdom fired its best-ever 54-hole score at the annual league tourney.
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SC women's golf earned its 19th-straight NCAA postseason berth Thursday after being selected to the Columbus Regional.
At the Big Ten Championships, Geer had her best tournament of the year as Brighton, Mich. native shot an even-par 216, including 2-under 70 in the final round, to take fourth place overall.
Pettersson has recorded six Top-15 finishes with two coming during the spring portion of the Pirates' schedule.