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 21-24, at the University of Georgia Golf Course in Athens, Georgia.  The University of Georgia is hosting the championships.\

Three regional competitions were held May 9-11.  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 championship stroke-play 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
Alabama Kelly Shon, Princeton
Tulane Erica Popson, Tennessee
Arkansas  
Oklahoma State  
Texas  
Northwestern  
UCLA  
Auburn  
CENTRAL REGION
TEAMS INDIVIDUALS
Duke Olafia Kristinsdottir, Wake Forest
Oklahoma Ying Luo, Washington
Mississippi State  
Florida  
Arizona State  
UC Davis  
Wisconsin  
Michigan State  
WEST REGION
TEAMS INDIVIDUALS
Southern California Emilie Burger, Georgia
Purdue Jennifer Ha, Kent State
Vanderbilt  
South Carolina  
Stanford  
Arizona  
Oregon  
San Jose State  

For ticket information, call 877/542-1231 or visit www.ncaa.com/tickets.

Live results from the entire championship as well as live streaming of holes 17 and 18 during the final two rounds of competition can be found online at www.ncaa.com.  Additionally, highlights and a recap of play will be provided after competition concludes on Thursday and Friday, May 23-24.

DIVISION I TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES
School *Appearances Last BEST FINISH
Alabama 9 2012 1st (2012)
Arizona 26 2011 1st (1996, 2000)
Arizona State 31 2012 1st (1990, 1993-95, 1997-98, 2009)
Arkansas 6 2012 11th (1985)
Auburn 16 2010 2nd (2002)
UC Davis 3 2011 20th (2011)
UCLA 26 2012 1st (1991, 2004, 2011)
Duke 25 2012 1st (1999, 2002, 2005-07)
Florida 23 2012 1st (1985-86)
Michigan State 11 2012 13th (2009)
Mississippi State First -- --
Northwestern 2 2000 24th (2000)
Oklahoma 7 2012 6th (2002, 2012)
Oklahoma State 20 2010 2nd (2004)
Oregon 8 2010 7th (1997)
Purdue 14 2012 1st (2010)
San Jose State 20 2010 1st (1987, 1989, 1992)
South Carolina 13 2012 5th (2012)
Southern California 26 2012 1st (2003, 2008)
Stanford 28 2012 2nd (2000)
Texas 24 2012 2nd (1993, 2002)
Tulane 4 2010 15th (2005)
Vanderbilt 8 2012 5th (2004)
Wisconsin 2 2003 24th (2003)
*Includes 2013 season.