May 24, 2010

NCAA RELEASE

INDIANAPOLIS--- The NCAA Division I Men's Golf Committee announced today that 156 participants will compete in the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships.

The championships will be held June 1-6, at The Honors Course in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The championships are being hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

The top five teams and the top individual not on those teams from each regional have advanced to compete at the finals.

The teams and individuals that have advanced to the 2010 championships finals are listed below:

The Course at Yale - New Haven, Connecticut
Hosted by Yale University


Teams:
Texas
Kent State
UCLA
Penn State
Virginia

Individual:
Rhys Enoch, East Tennessee State

Capital City Club, Crabapple - Atlanta, Georgia
Hosted by the Georgia Institute of Technology


Teams:
Oklahoma State
Clemson
Georgia Tech
Arizona State
Georgia Southern

Individual:
Robbie Fillmore, Brigham Young

The Warren Golf Course - Notre Dame, Indiana
Hosted by the University of Notre Dame


Teams:
Stanford
Florida State
Florida
Duke
LSU

Individual:
Marshall Bailey, Virginia Tech

Traditions Club - College Station, Texas
Hosted by the Texas A&M University


Teams:
Texas Tech
Texas A&M
TCU
North Florida
Baylor

Individual:
Russell Henley, Georgia

Carlton Oaks Golf Club - San Diego, California
Hosted by San Diego State University


Teams:
Oregon
Augusta State
California
Tennessee
UNLV

Individual:
Nick Delio, Cal State Northridge

Gold Mountain Golf Club - Bremerton, Washington

Hosted by the University of Washington


Teams:
Washington
Southern California
San Diego
Oregon State
Illinois

Individual:
Espen Kofstad, Denver

The Texas A&M University, College Station men's golf team won the 2009 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships, capturing their first NCAA men's golf title in school history. Texas A&M defeated the University of Arkansas 3-2 in the final round of match play competition. At the end of three rounds of stroke play, Matt Hill, North Carolina State University, took home the individual title. Hill recorded a 2-under-par 69 for each of his three rounds. The tournament was held at the Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio, and was hosted by the University of Toledo.