INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA has released the teams and individuals that have advanced to the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championships.

The championships will be conducted May 18-21, at the Traditions Club in Bryan, Texas. Texas A&M University, College Station is hosting the championships.

Three regional competitions were held May 5-7.  Of the 378 regional participants, 126 advanced to the finals.  Eight teams and two individuals not on a selected team advanced from each regional.  All participants will compete throughout the entire 72 holes of championships competition. 

In the team competition, the low four scores for each team will count in each day’s total score.

The selected teams and individuals are listed below.

EAST REGION
Teams Individuals
1. Alabama 1. Jessica Negron, Florida State
2. North Carolina 2. Caroline Powers, Michigan State
3. Arizona State  
4. Coastal Carolina  
5. California  
6. Purdue  
7. Florida  
8. Vanderbilt  
CENTRAL REGION
Teams Individuals
1. UCLA 1. Lindy Duncan, Duke
2. LSU 2. Maribel Lopez Porras, Tulane
3. Minnesota  
4. Arkansas  
5. Notre Dame  
6. Ohio State  
7. Stanford  
8. Wake Forest  
WEST REGION
Teams Individuals
1. Southern California 1. Marta Silva Zamora, Georgia
2. Tennessee 2. Amy Anderson, North Dakota State
3. Virginia  
4. UC Davis  
5. Arizona  
6. South Carolina  
7. Washington  
8. Texas A&M  
DIVISION I WOMEN'S GOLF FIELD
School Number of Finals Appearances* Last Appearance
*Includes 2011 appearance. Division I appearances only
Alabama 7 2010
Arizona 25 2010
Arizona State 29 2010
Arkansas 4 2008
California 7 2006
Coastal Carolina First ---
Florida 21 2008
LSU 11 2009
Minnesota 2 1989
North Carolina 13 2009
Notre Dame First ---
Ohio State 17 2009
Purdue 12 2010
South Carolina 11 2010
Southern California 24 2010
Stanford 26 2010
Tennessee 10 2010
Texas A&M 10 2010
UC Davis 2 2008
UCLA 24 2010
Vanderbilt 6 2010
Virginia 5 2010
Wake Forest 13 2009
Washington 9 2006

 

For ticket information, call 979/845-2311 or go to www.ncaa.com/tickets. Live streaming of the final two rounds of the golf championships will also be available online at www.ncaa.com. Holes 16, 17 and 18 will be streamed on Friday and Saturday, May 20 and 21.