Six 54-hole regional tournaments will be conducted May 14-16. Thirteen teams and ten individuals not on those teams will compete at each of three regionals while the other three regionals will have 14 teams and five individuals not on those teams.

The low five teams and the low individual not on those teams from each regional will advance to the finals.

Regional Host Site Winner
Lubbock Leaderboard Texas Tech The Rawls Course -- Lubbock, Texas Texas
Noblesville Leaderboard Ball State The Sagamore Club -- Noblesville, Indiana Illinois
Chapel Hill Leaderboard North Carolina UNC Finley Golf Course -- Chapel Hill, North Carolina Charlotte
New Haven Leaderboard Yale The Course at Yale -- New Haven, Connecticut South Florida
Bremerton Leaderboard Washington Gold Mountain Golf Club -- Bremerton, Washington UAB
San Diego Leaderboard San Diego The Farms Golf Club -- Rancho Santa Fe, California Oklahoma

Lubbock Regional -- Texas, Texas Tech, Duke, Auburn, Houston

LUBBOCK, Texas -- Texas shot a third-round 275 to win the NCAA Lubbock Regional and advance to the NCAA Championship on Saturday at the Rawls Course.

The Longhorns have won seven tournaments this season, including six of their last seven.

The only other season Texas has won seven or more tournaments was in 2011-12, when the team won eight tournaments, including the National Championship.

The Longhorns came into the day three strokes behind Friday's leader, Texas Tech, but shot a 10-under 275 to claim the title by four strokes.

Noblesville Regional -- Illinois, SMU, UNLV, UCLA, Oregon

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- Illinois will advance to the NCAA Championships for the eighth consecutive season with Saturday's win at the 2015 NCAA Noblesville Regional. After battling tight scores through the second and third rounds, the Illini finished tied for the top spot with a third round tally 7-under par.

Senior Brian Campbell marks the third medalist in Illinois history as his 7-under par third round performance earned him medalist honors at the regional and matched a Sagamore Club Course record.

The tournament title marks the eighth win of the season for the Illini, also marking the most wins in a season for an Illinois team in school history.

Chapel Hill Regional -- Charlotte, Stanford, Florida State, Florida, Clemson

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Charlotte fired a team round of nine-under 279 to best the field by five shots capturing the 2015 NCAA Chapel Hill Regional title. The Niners held off No. 11 Stanford by five and No. 1 Florida State to claim the first regional championship in school-history.

Charlotte opened with a 13-under round of 275 on Thursday carrying the overnight lead, posted a three-over 291 on Friday and sat one shot behind Stanford heading into Saturday’s finale.

The 279 during the final 18 gave Charlotte a three-day total of 845 which is just one shot off of the school’s all-time record in NCAA postseason play. Charlotte’s previous best finish as a team was tied for sixth in 2010.

New Haven Regional -- USF, San Diego State, Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt, LSU

NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- USF has the honor of hosting the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship and the Bulls will be there to play for the ultimate prize.

Coach Steven Bradley’s squad posted another wire-to-wire win at the NCAA New Haven Regional on Saturday. Third-seeded USF was the lone team to finish under par at 14 under and the Bulls ran away from the field that included No. 32 San Diego State (E), No. 20 Oklahoma State (+2), No. 5 Vanderbilt (+4) and No. 7 LSU (+9).

The Bulls punched their ticket to the finals by getting top-25 performances from all five players in the team's third consecutive tournament victory.

Bremerton -- UAB, South Carolina, Southern California, TCU, Washington

BREMERTON, Wash. -- Junior Martin Rohwer shot a Gold Mountain Golf Club course record 64 (-8) in the final round to lead the UAB men's golf to team its first regional title at the 2015 NCAA Bremerton Regional. The Blazers finished 21-under for the three-rounds to advance to the 2015 NCAA National Championship.

With a battle for the win at stake, UAB had to play strong on the back nine to stay in front of surging South Carolina. The Blazers recorded 17 birdies on the second half of the course and finished 12-under through the final nine holes to close out the round.

San Diego Regional -- Oklahoma, Arizona State, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Virginia

With a season-low 843 (-21), Oklahoma  rolled to a 20-stroke, wire-to-wire victory at the NCAA San Diego Regional to advance to its fifth consecutive NCAA Championship. The three-day, 54-hole tournament was played at the 6,947-yard, par-72 The Farms Golf Club in San Diego.

The Sooners, who were the three seed in the event, fired a 4-under-par 284 in Saturday's closing round against a 13-team field that featured eight squads ranked within the top 50 of the latest Golfstat standings.

OU has now won four regionals in its program history, with the others coming in 1989, 1995 and 2001. The win also marks the third this season and 10th overall under sixth-year OU head coach Ryan Hybl.