D-II Men's Golf Field Announced
May 6, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS---The NCAA Division II Men's Golf Committee announced today that 108 participants will compete in the 2010 NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championships.
The championships will be held May 18-21, at The Sagamore Club in Noblesville, Ind. The championships are being co-hosted by the Indiana Sports Corporation, the University of Indianapolis, the Great Lakes Valley Conference and the Hamilton County Sports Authority.
The top five teams and the top two individuals not on those teams from each regional have advanced to compete at the finals.
The teams and individuals that advanced for the 2010 championships are listed below:
The Resort at Glade Springs; Daniels, W. Va.; hosted by the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and Concord University.
2. Indiana (Pennsylvania)
3. St. Thomas Aquinas
4. Ohio Valley
1. Garrett Beyor, American International
2. Drew Deimel, Gannon
Wilson Country Club; Wilson, N.C.; hosted by Barton College.
3. Florida Southern
4. Nova Southeastern
5. Queens (North Carolina)
1. JP Albuquerque, Saint Leo
2. Daniel Claytor, Barton
MIDWEST/SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL
The Territory Golf Club; Duncan, Okla.; hosted by Cameron University.
1. Central Missouri
2. Wayne State (Michigan)
3. Ferris State
1. Cyril Bouniol, Abilene Christian
2. Seth Fair, Indianapolis
The Classic Club; Palm Desert, Calif.; hosted by California State University, San Bernardino.
1. Sonoma State
2. Western New Mexico
3. Cal State Stanislaus
4. Cal State Chico
5. Cal State Monterey Bay
1. Patrick Boag, Western Washington
2. Jon Klingensmith, Colorado Christian
Sonoma State University defeated California State University, San Bernardino in an exciting two-team playoff to win the 2009 NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championships. This was Sonoma State's first men's golf national championship in school history. The championships were hosted at Loomis Trail Golf Club in Blaine, Wash., by Western Washington University.
Highlights of the NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championships will be shown on CBS at 4 p.m. Eastern time, Saturday, June 19.
For more information about the championships, log on to NCAA.com.