News & Tours
April 30, 2012

72 teams selected for NCAA Women's Regionals

Defending NCAA champ UCLA, Alabama and USC earned the three top seeds when the NCAA Division I women's golf committee announced the 72 teams and 18 individuals to play in the three regional tournaments May 10-12. The top eight teams from each regional, and the two individuals with the lowest scores not on those teams, advance to the NCAA Championship at Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tenn., May 22-25.

__East Regional

__*Penn State GC (Blue course), State College, Pa.

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Teams (by seed)

__Alabama, Arizona State, Duke, Texas A&M, Florida, Arizona, Oklahoma State, South Carolina, Michigan State, Washington, Texas, Tulane, UCF, Wake Forest, Northwestern, San Diego State, Kent State, Maryland, Augusta State, Campbell, Chattanooga, Oral Roberts, Jacksonville State, LIU Brooklyn

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Individuals

__Fanny Cnops, UNC-Greensboro; Charlotte Lorentzen, Georgia State; Kelly Shon, Princeton; Katie Mundy, Florida International; Michelle Piyapattra, Columbia; Laura Wearn, Furman

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Central Regional

__*The Scarlet Course at Ohio State, Columbus, Ohio

__Teams (by seed)

__USC, Auburn, Georgia, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Ohio State, Oregon, N.C. State, Virginia,

Florida State, Purdue, Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, Texas State, South Florida, Notre Dame, UT-San Antonio, East Carolina, Michigan, UNC Wilmington, Harvard, Butler, Siena

__Individuals

__Madeleine Shiels, Nebraska; Alex Buelow, Stetson; Rika Park, Miami (Fla.); Brittany Henderson, Coastal Carolina; Leticia Ras-Anderica, Miami (Fla.); Gabriella Wahl, East

Tennessee State

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West Regional

__*Colorado National GC, Erie, Colo.

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Teams (by seed)

__UCLA, LSU, North Carolina, Colorado, California, Baylor, Pepperdine, UC Davis, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Tulsa, TCU, Iowa State, Stanford, Denver, UNLV, New Mexico, Oregon State, Illinois, Kennesaw State, San Jose State, Missouri State, Northern Colorado, Jackson State

__Individuals

__Kayla Mortellaro, Idaho; Ally McDonald, Mississippi State; Amy Anderson, North Dakota State; Maggie Yuan, BYU; Brianna Espinoza, Colorado State; Demi Mak, New Mexico State