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Pepperdine wins the 2021 DI men's golf championship

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Pepperdine wins the 2021 DI men's golf championship
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12:39 am, June 3, 2021

Pepperdine defeats Oklahoma to win the 2021 DI men's golf title

Pepperdine men's golf wins the 2021 national championship

For the first time since 1997, Pepperdine is the national champion.

The No. 3 seeded Waves beat No. 4 Oklahoma in Wednesday's match play final, 3-2, to take the title. Joe Highsmith (4&3), William Mouw (4&3) and then Clay Feagler (1UP) won their matches to gives the Waves the championship.

Feagler's clutch putt on No. 16 gave him the lead in his match and paved the way for the team triumph.

Here's a look at the complete scores from the match play final:

Pepperdine beat Oklahoma to win the national championship
10:38 pm, June 2, 2021

Match play final up for grabs as first pairing plays the back nine

Pepperdine and Oklahoma are tied 2-2-1 as the first pairing of Dylan Menante (Pepperdine) and Jonathan Brightwell (Oklahoma) play the second nine.

Brightwell is 1UP through No. 10, as four of the five matches are either tied or 1UP. Pepperdine's Joe Highsmith is 2 up through 8 for the biggest lead so far.

You can click or tap here to view live scores from the match. You can also watch the action on GOLF Channel now.

Here's a look at the scores:

Oklahoma vs. Pepperdine men's golf scores
8:46 pm, June 2, 2021

Follow live: Pepperdine vs. Oklahoma for the national title

Pepperdine men's golf is playing for the national championship

It's time to win a national championship.

No. 3 Pepperdine and No. 4 Oklahoma are facing off now in the finals of match play. You can click or tap here to view live scores from the match. You can also watch the action on GOLF Channel from 5 p.m. ET to 9 p.m. ET. It will be shown again at 10 p.m. ET to 2 a.m. ET.

Here's a look at the national champions going back to 2010.

Recent NCAA men's golf champions
12:24 pm, June 2, 2021

Pepperdine vs. Oklahoma: Match play finals

Oklahoma Athletics No. 4 seed Oklahoma will face No. 3 seed Pepperdine in the finals of match play.

No. 3 seed Pepperdine and No. 4 seed Oklahoma will face off in the finals of match play at the DI men's golf championships on Wednesday, June 2. The first tee time is scheduled for 4:35 p.m. ET between Pepperdine's Dylan Menate and Oklahoma's Jonathan Brightwell at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Coverage will air on GOLF Channel from 5 p.m. ET to 9 p.m. ET, and again from 10 p.m. ET to 2 a.m. ET.

Click or tap here to view live scores from the match.

En route to the finals, Pepperdine defeated No. 6 seed Florida State 3-1-1 in the quarterfinals, then No. 2 seed Oklahoma State 3-0-2 in the semifinals, while Oklahoma knocked off No. 5 seed Illinois 3-2-0, then No. 1 seed Arizona State 3-2-0.

Both finalists have won the DI men's golf national championship before. Pepperdine won the national championship in 1997, while Oklahoma won in 2017 and 1989.

Here are the pairings and tee times for the finals:

Golfstat.com Here are the pairings for the finals of match play.

The par-4 3rd hole, which is 475 yards, is arguably the most difficult hole on the course with only three birdies so far, compared to a course-high 16 bogeys and two double bogeys. The par-3 5th hole (15 bogeys), par-4 10th hole (14) and par-4 12th hole (13) are also holes where golfers have been prone to finishing above par in match play.

Here are the complete results from match play, with the "other" category often representing holes where the match was already decided, so the round ended early.

Golfstat.com Results.
12:55 am, June 2, 2021

Oklahoma defeats Arizona State, will play Pepperdine for title

We're down to two thanks to Quade Cummins' birdie on No. 17.

No. 4 Oklahoma defeated top seed Arizona State, 3-2, in Tuesday's second semifinal to set up Wednesday's match play championship against No. 3 seed Pepperdine. Cummins won 2&1 to clinch OU's spot in the final.

The Sun Devils finished their wins first, with Chun An Yu's dominant 5&4 triumph starting the finals. Another ASU win followed from Ryggs Johnston (3&2), but Oklahoma swept the last three with Logan McAllister (4&3), Jonathan Brightwell (1UP) and then Cummins coming through.

Oklahoma beats Arizona State in men's golf

 

12:00 am, June 2, 2021

Pepperdine's Feagler makes hole in one, helps Waves advance to final

Clay Feagler's memorable ace on No. 8 was the highlight that helped No. 3 Pepperdine knock out No. 2 Oklahoma State in Tuesday's match play semifinals, 3-0-2.

Feagler won five consecutive holes, Nos. 8 through 12, including an ace with an 8-iron on the 187-yard No. 8.

Feagler ended up winning 2&1, with teammates Dylan Menante (3&2) and Joe Highsmith (1UP) picking up individual victories to secure the overall win.

Pepperdine will next play for the national championship on Wednesday.

Pepperdine men's golf beats Oklahoma State
6:31 pm, June 1, 2021

DI men's golf match play: Semifinals schedule, scores

Pepperdine Athletics Pepperedine advanced to the semifinals.

Just four teams remain in match play of the DI men's golf championships, after the field dwindled from eight teams with Tuesday's quarterfinals. The winners of the semifinals will advance to the national championship on Wednesday, June 2.

Here's the schedule for Tuesday's semifinals.

12:15 pm, June 1, 2021

DI men's golf championships: Quarterfinals schedule, scores

Oklahoma State Athletics Oklahoma State is the No. 2 seed.

Match play in the DI men's golf championships kicked off Tuesday morning, June 1, with four quarterfinal matches. Each match featured five players from each team competing in an individual matchup worth one point, and the winners will advance to the semifinals.

Here are the results from the quarterfinals:

Here are the pairings for the quarterfinal matches:

Golfstat.com The quarterfinal pairings.
12:20 am, June 1, 2021

Clemson's Pettit wins individual title, quarterfinals set for match play

Clemson's Turk Pettit

Clemson's Turk Pettit has won the 2021 DI men's golf individual national championship. Pettit finished with a 7-under 273 over four days and 72 holes of stroke play, edging Oklahoma State's Bo Jin by one shot. Pettit played the back nine first on Monday and took his first lead of the tournament at the 17th hole. After bogeying holes one and three, the senior made par the rest of the way as Jin and Arizona State's Ryggs Johnson inched closer. 

Jin led this tournament after the second and third rounds but was unable to become the first freshman since 2007 with a 2-over round on Monday. He salvaged a rough tee shot on 18 for a chance at a playoff hole before his par putt went wide, giving Pettit the title. Johnston was only one stroke behind after making birdies on 9, 11, 13 and 15. He nearly drew level at 17 but bogeyed 18 to finish third at 5-under for the week.

Pettit is the second player in Clemson history to win the individual title. 

Watch the moment where Clemson's Turk Pettit clinched the 2021 men's golf individual championship

While stroke play is now complete, the team competition is just getting started. After beginning with 24 teams in the championship, the field is down to eight as we enter the quarterfinals. Arizona State earned the No. 1 seed after 5-under team round on Monday pushed the Sun Devils into the spot. Oklahoma State was in control of that spot coming into the day but a 12-over round left the Cowboys at even for stroke play to finish second. 10-under as a group during stroke play. Pepperdine was the only other team in the top eight to finish below par on Monday. The Waves were 9-under for the day, surging from the wrong side of the cut line all the way up to third place for match play.

Here are the quarterfinal matchups for the eight teams moving on:

  • No. 1 Arizona State vs. No. 8 North Carolina
  • No. 2 Oklahoma State vs. No. 7 Vanderbilt
  • No. 3 Pepperdine vs. No. 6 Florida State
  • No. 4 Oklahoma vs. No. 5 Illinois

The 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships resume Tuesday, June 1 with quarterfinal and semifinal action. Here is the full schedule for Tuesday. All times ET.

  • 9:20 a.m. – Quarterfinal - Match #1 and #2 begin (1st and 10th tees)
  • 10:10 a.m. – Quarterfinal - Match #3 and #4 begin (1st and 10th tees)
  • 3:45 p.m. – Semifinal - Match #5 begins (winners of match #1 and #2)
  • 4:35 p.m. – Semifinal - Match #6 begins (winners of match #3 and #4)
     
9:17 pm, May 31, 2021

Stroke play: Individual championship race heats up on day 4

The 2021 DI men's golf individual champion will be crowned by the end of today. But the competition is heating up at the top of the leaderboard with several players within a few shots as they make the turn onto their final nine holes of stroke play. Clemson's Turk Pettit took his first lead of the tournament with birdies on 12 and 17 to move in front of Oklahoma State's Bo Jin.

Here's a look at the top of the leaderboard on day 4:

Men's golf individual championship
3:47 pm, May 31, 2021

Georgia Tech defeats TCU in one-hole playoff to advance

On Monday morning, May 31, Georgia Tech defeated TCU in a one-hole playoff to earn the 15th and final spot for the advancing teams. Both teams were tied at 32-over after Sunday's action.

The top 15 teams and the top nine individuals not on one of those teams advanced. Below are the pairings for the fourth round. GOLF Channel coverage will run from 5 p.m. ET to 9 p.m. ET, then it will re-air from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. ET.

NCAA.com The pairings for round 4.

Click or tap here to view the live scoreboard from the fourth round of stroke play.

The quarterfinals in match play will will begin at 9:20 a.m. ET on Tuesday, June 1.

1:15 pm, May 31, 2021

Stroke play: Day 4 schedule, scores

Monday, May 31 marks the final day of stroke play at the DI men's golf championships, as the top 15 teams and the top nine individuals not on one of those teams will advance. But first, TCU and Georgia Tech will face off in a tiebreaker Monday morning starting at 10:30 a.m. ET to determine which team will claim the 15th spot. All five players from each team will compete in a one-hole playoff.

Click or tap here to view the full team leaderboard. Television coverage is on Golf Channel from 5 to 9 p.m ET.

The team playoff is Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1-2. Golf Channel will provide live coverage of the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals of the team playoff. 

2:39 am, May 31, 2021

TCU and Georgia Tech to compete in a tiebreaker at 8:30 a.m. ET

TCU and Georgia Tech will face off in a tiebreaker Monday morning at 10:30 a.m. ET to determine which team will claim the 15th spot after the first three rounds and continue on into round 4. 

Click or tap here to view the full team leaderboard. 

1:39 am, May 31, 2021

These are the 14 teams advancing in the DI men's golf championship

Oklahoma State Athletics Oklahoma State's Bo Jin Oklahoma State's Bo Jin

Today was the last round of the DI men's golf championship before the field was widdled down to 15 teams and 9 individuals not on qualifying teams. Oklahoma State continues to lead the pack with a score of 12-under par. The Cowboys are blowing out the pack, as the second-place team — Oklahoma — sits 13 strokes behind at 1-over par. 

Note: The 15th spot is still up for grabs as TCU and Georgia Tech will face off in a tiebreaker to see which team will move on to the fourth round. Both teams are tied with a score of 32-over par. The tiebreaker will take place on Monday at 8:30 p.m. ET, and the winner will go on to compete the rest of the day. 

Here are the teams set to advance after Sunday's round:

  • Oklahoma State
  • Oklahoma 
  • Arizona State
  • Illinois
  • Florida State
  • Vanderbilt
  • Wake Forest
  • North Carolina
  • Pepperdine
  • Clemson
  • Sam Houston
  • Louisville
  • Arkansas
  • Texas Tech

Click or tap here to view the full team leaderboard. 

Oklahoma State's Bo Jin leads the Cowboys and all individuals through three rounds of play after posting 1-under par score today with a total score of 9-under par. Clemson's Turk Petit is in second with a total score of 7-under. Here are the nine golfers that aren't on qualifying teams that will make the cut:

  • Carson Berry, Oregon State | E
  • Tristan Mandur, Utah | +1
  • Ricky Castillo, Florida | +1
  • Cole Bradley, Purdue | +4
  • Trent Phillips, Georgia | +5
  • Davis Thompson, Georiga | +5
  • Bryce Lewis, Tennessee | +6
  • Spencer Tibbits, Oregon State | +7

Click or tap here to view the full individual leaderboard.

1:14 pm, May 30, 2021

Day 3: DI men's golf championship

OSU golf

Individual stroke play continues Sunday at the DI men's golf championship. Oklahoma State has a commanding lead after two days of play in Scottsdale, Arizona. 

At the end of today's round, the top 15 teams and nine individuals not on advancing teams are determined.

Here is the complete team leaderboard: 

Team leaderboard DI men's golf

Click or tap here to see Saturday's full individual leaderboard.

The final round of individual stroke play is on Monday, May 31 with Golf Channel coverage from 5 to 9 p.m ET.

Team competition is Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1-2. The Golf Channel will cover the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals live. 

1:40 am, May 30, 2021

Oklahoma State cruises into the lead as the DI men's golf championship heads into Sunday

Oklahoma State's Bo Jin

After two days of play, Oklahoma State has a commanding lead over the pack at the DI men's golf championship in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Cowboys lead all teams with a score of 6-under par. In-state rival Oklahoma sits in second place as the only other team below par with a score of 1-under. 

Here is the complete team leaderboard: 

Team leaderboard DI men's golf

Bo Jin leads the Cowboys and the entire individual field with a score of 8-under par. Jin is trailed by Arizona State's Ryggs Johnston and Clemson's Turk Petit who both currently have a score of 5-under par. 

Click or tap here to see Saturday's full individual leaderboard.

Saturday was the second day of individual stroke play. That continues Sunday. At the end of Sunday's round, the top 15 teams and nine individuals not on advancing teams are determined.

The final round of individual stroke play is on Monday, May 31 with Golf Channel coverage from 5 to 9 p.m ET.

Team competition is Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1-2. The Golf Channel will cover the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals live. 

2:12 pm, May 29, 2021

DI men's golf championship continues Saturday

The DI men's golf championship continues Saturday. 

After day 1, Texas Tech led all teams with a score of 4-under par. Sam Houston was in second place with a score of 2-under par. Golfers took the links at the Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Grayhawk is a par-70 Raptor Course, set up to play 7,289 yards. Play continues Saturday as teams hit the course for day 2 of action. 

Click or tap here to keep up with Saturday's team leaderboard.

Here is the complete team leaderboard after Friday's round: 

Team leaderboard from day 1 of the DI men's golf championship

Purdue's Cole Bradley led all individuals after the first round with a score of 4-under par. 

Click or tap here to keep up with Saturday's individual leaderboard.

Friday was the first day of individual stroke play. That continues today and Sunday. At the end of Sunday's round, the top 15 teams and nine individuals not on advancing teams are determined.

The final round of individual stroke play is on Monday, May 31 with Golf Channel coverage from 5 to 9 p.m ET.

Team competition is Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1-2. The Golf Channel will cover the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals live. 

2:22 am, May 29, 2021

View the leaderboard after day 1 of the DI men's golf championship

Texas Tech men's golf

Day 1 of the DI men's golf championship has come to a close. Texas Tech leads all teams with a score of 4-under par. Sam Houston is in second place with a score of 2-under par. Golfers took the links at the Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Grayhawk is a  par-70 Raptor Course, set up to play 7,289 yards.

Here is the complete team leaderboard: 

Team leaderboard from day 1 of the DI men's golf championship

Purdue's Cole Bradley leads all individuals after the first round with a score of 4-under par. Three players trail Bradley tied for second — Sam Houston's William Holcomb, Oklahoma State's Bo Jin and Sam Houston's Ting-Wei Hsieh all have a score of 3-under par. 

Click or tap here to view the full individual leaderboard. 

Here are all the players shooting 1-under par or better after the first round: 

Player leaderboard from the DI men's golf championship

Friday was the first day of individual stroke play. That continues Saturday and Sunday. At the end of Sunday's round, the top 15 teams and nine individuals not on advancing teams are determined. The final round of individual stroke play is on Monday, May 31. Golf Channel coverage is from 5 to 9 p.m ET.

Team competition is Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1-2. The Golf Channel will cover the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals live. 

2:39 pm, May 28, 2021

Here's how to follow the DI men's golf championship

The first round of the 2021 DI men's golf championship is underway from Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. 

NCAA via Jeff Locke The 18th hole on the Raptor Course at Grayhawk The 18th hole on the Raptor Course at Grayhawk.

Here's how you can follow the leaderboards today on golfstat.com:

The players are on Grayhawk's par-70 Raptor Course, set up to play 7,289 yards.

Friday is the first day of individual stroke play. That continues Saturday and Sunday. At the end of Sunday's round, the top 15 teams and nine individuals not on advancing teams are determined. The final round of individual stroke play is on Monday, May 31. Golf Channel coverage is from 5 to 9 p.m ET.

Team competition is Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1-2. The Golf Channel will cover the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals live. 

10:30 pm, May 19, 2021

DI men's golf championship participants set after regional play

Texas Athletics Texas men's golf advanced to the NCAA championship

The 2021 NCAA DI Men's Golf Championship participants are now known after the conclusion of six regionals. Five of the six regionals ended on Wednesday, as the Stillwater Regional wrapped up Tuesday. The top five teams at each regional and the top individual not on one of those teams advanced to the DI Men's Golf Championship after regional competition.

Here are the top finishers from the regionals, including individual qualifiers for the championship:

Albuquerque Regional — Full leaderboard

TEAMS

  • 1st | Texas Tech: 26-under
  • T2 | Arizona State: 16-under
  • T2 | Oregon State: 16-under
  • 4th | Oklahoma: 13-under
  • 5th | San Diego: 12-under

INDIVIDUAL

  • Ryan Hall, South Carolina: 11-under

Cle Elum Regional — Full leaderboard

TEAMS

  • 1st | East Tennessee State: 14-under
  • 2nd | San Francisco: 4-under
  • 3rd | Wake Forest: 2-under
  • 4th | Pepperdine: 1-under
  • 5th | Florida: 6-over

INDIVIDUAL

  • Tristan Mandur, Utah: 6-under

Kingston Springs Regional — Full leaderboard

TEAMS

  • 1st | Vanderbilt: 18-under
  • 2nd | Arkansas: 7-under
  • 3rd | San Diego State: 5-under
  • T4 | NC State: 3-under
  • T4 | Clemson: 3-under

INDIVIDUAL

  • James Piot, Michigan State: 5-under

Noblesville Regional — Full leaderboard

TEAMS

  • 1st | Texas: 20-under
  • T2 | Tennessee: 15-under
  • T2 | North Carolina: 15-under
  • 4th | Louisville: 10-under
  • 5th | UAB: 5-under

INDIVIDUAL

  • Cole Bradley, Purdue: 10-under

Stillwater Regional — Full leaderboard

TEAMS

  • 1st | Oklahoma State: -28
  • 2nd | Illinois: -14
  • 3rd | SMU: Even
  • 4th | Sam Houston: +11
  • 5th | Little Rock: +15

INDIVIDUAL

  • AJ Ott, Colorado State: -5

Tallahassee Regional — Full leaderboard

TEAMS

  • 1st | Florida State: 34-under
  • 2nd | Georgia: 17-under
  • 3rd | Georgia Tech: 16-under
  • 4th | Liberty: 15-under
  • 5th | TCU: 9-under

INDIVIDUAL

  • Michael Sakane, Jacksonville: 13-under

Team and individual medalist titles will be decided May 28-June 2 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.

1:50 pm, May 19, 2021

Sam Houston advanced to championship after senior Holcomb was unable to play

Sam Houston State Athletics Sam Houston finished fourth at the Stillwater Regional.

The top five teams at each DI men's golf regional advance to the championship and Sam Houston found itself in sixth place after Monday's opening round. Due to the threat of inclement weather at the Stillwater Regional, teams and individuals at the regional played 36 holes on Tuesday in order to finish the 54-hole regional and Sam Houston was able to finish in fourth place, advancing to the championship, despite senior William Holcomb being held out due to COVID-19 contact tracing.

Holcomb was in second place at the time.

"Just a lot of emotions right now," said Sam Houston head coach Brandt Kieschnick. "We just played inspired golf today. We just talked about making our own story and we felt like this could make a really good story. This is one of the most amazing things I have ever been a part of."

After an opening-round team score of 295, Sam Houston shot a 285 in the second round to set up its top-five finish.

1:00 am, May 19, 2021

DI men's golf regional — Day 2 scores

Oregon State Athletics Oregon State is in first place at the Albuquerque Regional after Monday.

Tuesday marked Day 2 of regional competition, bringing competitors one step closer on the path to the 2021 NCAA DI Men's Golf Championship. The Stillwater Regional completed play on Tuesday, with the other five 54-hole regional tournaments set to conclude on Wednesday, May 19. The top five teams and the top individual not on one of those teams will advance to the DI Men's Golf Championship after regional competition.

Due to a threat of inclement weather, the Stillwater Regional in Oklahoma City played two rounds on Monday prior to finishing with the third round on Tuesday.

Here are the top five teams in each regional after Tuesday's action, plus links to all team leaderboards.

Albuquerque Regional — Full leaderboard

  • 1st; Oregon State: 20-under
  • 2nd; Texas Tech: 15-under
  • 3rd; Arizona State: 12-under
  • T4; South Carolina: 8-under
  • T4; Texas A&M: 8-under

Cle Elum Regional — Full leaderboard

  • 1st; East Tennessee State: 18-under
  • 2nd; San Francisco: 7-under
  • 3rd; Washington: 6-under
  • 4th; Wake Forest: 3-under
  • T5; Pepperdine: Even
  • T5; Utah: Even

Kingston Springs Regional — Full leaderboard

  • 1; San Diego State: 11-under
  • 2; Vanderbilt: 9-under
  • 3; Arkansas: 5-under
  • 4; NC State: 3-under
  • T5; Charlotte: 2-under
  • T5; Clemson: 2-under

Noblesville Regional — Full leaderboard

  • 1; Texas: 15-under
  • 2; Tennessee: 8-under
  • 3; North Carolina: 7-under
  • 4; Louisville: 6-under
  • 5; North Florida: 3-under

Stillwater Regional — Full leaderboard (two rounds on Monday)

  • 1; Oklahoma State: 28-under
  • 2; Illinois: 14-under
  • 3; SMU: Even
  • 4; Sam Houston: 11-over
  • 5; Little Rock: 15-over

Tallahassee Regional — Full leaderboard

  • 1; Florida State: 24-under
  • 2; Liberty: 16-under
  • 3; Georgia Tech: 13-under
  • 4; Georgia: 9-under
  • 5; Ohio State: 7-under

Team and individual medalist titles will be decided May 28-June 2 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.

4:50 pm, May 18, 2021

Sacramento State is unable to continue due to COVID-19 protocols

The NCAA Division I Men's Golf Committee announced Tuesday that Sacramento State won't continue to compete in the men's golf championships due to COVID-19 protocols. Sacramento State was competing in the Cle Elum regional.
1:45 am, May 18, 2021

DI men's golf regional — Day 1 scores

Texas Athletics Texas qualified for regional competition at The Sagamore Club.

The path to the 2021 NCAA DI Men's Golf Championship started Monday with the first of three consecutive days of regional competition. There are six 54-hole regional tournaments that will conclude Wednesday, May 19. That's when the top five teams and the top individual not on one of those teams will advance to the DI Men's Golf Championship.

Due to a threat of inclement weather on Tuesday, the Stillwater Regional in Oklahoma City played two rounds on Monday.

Here are the top five teams in each regional after the first day of action, plus links to all team leaderboards.

Albuquerque Regional — Full leaderboard

  • 1st; Oregon State: 7-under
  • 2nd; Texas Tech: 5-under
  • T3; New Mexico: 4-under
  • T3; Texas A&M: 4-under
  • T5; South Carolina: 3-under
  • T5: Arizona State: 3-under
  • T5: Nevada, 3-under

Cle Elum Regional — Full leaderboard

  • T1; Wake Forest: 6-under
  • T1: San Francisco: 6-under
  • 3; Pepperdine: 5-under
  • T4; East Tennessee State: 4-under
  • T4; Washington: 4-under

Kingston Springs Regional — Full leaderboard

  • T1; NC State: 7-under
  • T1; Kent State: 7-under
  • T3; Vanderbilt: 5-under
  • T3; Houston: 5-under
  • 5; San Diego State: 3-under

Noblesville Regional — Full leaderboard

  • 1; Texas: 6-under
  • T2; Tennessee: 3-under
  • T2; North Florida: 3-under
  • T2; North Carolina: 3-under
  • 5; Louisville: Even

Stillwater Regional — Full leaderboard (two rounds on Monday)

  • 1; Oklahoma State: 17-under
  • 2; Illinois: 15-under
  • 3; SMU: 6-under
  • 4; Baylor: Even
  • 5; Northwestern: 3-over

Tallahassee Regional — Full leaderboard

  • 1; Florida State: 17-under
  • 2; Georgia Tech: 11-under
  • 3; Liberty: 5-under
  • 4; Ohio State: 4-under
  • 5; Georgia: 3-under

Team and individual medalist titles will be decided May 28-June 2 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.

4:48 pm, May 5, 2021

2021 NCAA DI Men's Golf Championship selections announced

The NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Committee has selected the teams and individuals to participate in the 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships.

Listed below are the teams and individuals selected to participate in the championships. Teams winning automatic qualification are designated by their conferences in parentheses.

The Sagamore Club – Noblesville, Ind.

Hosted by Ball State and Hamilton County Sports Authority

Teams (seeded in the following order):

  1. Texas
  2. North Carolina (Atlantic Coast Conference)
  3. Tennessee
  4. North Florida
  5. Louisville
  6. South Florida (American Athletic Conference)
  7. UAB
  8. Duke
  9. UNCW
  10. Arkansas State
  11. Campbell (Big South Conference)
  12. UT Martin (Ohio Valley Conference)
  13. Loyola Chicago (Missouri Valley Conference)

Individuals (seeded in the following order):

  1. Ross Steelman, Missouri
  2. Angus Flanagan, Minnesota
  3. Joe Weiler, Purdue
  4. Mark Goetz, West Virginia
  5. Zack Taylor, Coastal Carolina
  6. Alex Goff, Kentucky
  7. Cole Bradley, Purdue
  8. David Perkins, Illinois State
  9. Michael Cascino, Butler
  10. Henry May, Dayton

Seminole Legacy Golf Club – Tallahassee, Fla.

Hosted by Florida State

Teams (seeded in the following order):

  1. Florida State
  2. Georgia
  3. Liberty (Atlantic Sun Conference)
  4. LSU
  5. Georgia Tech
  6. Georgia Southern (Sun Belt Conference)
  7. TCU
  8. Indiana
  9. Kansas
  10. Southern California
  11. Ohio State
  12. Davidson (Atlantic 10 Conference)
  13. Florida A&M (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)
  14. LIU (Northeast Conference)

Individuals (seeded in the following order):

  1. Keller Harper, Furman
  2. Johnny Travale, UCF
  3. Michael Sakane, Jacksonville
  4. Enrique Dimayuga, Florida Atlantic
  5. Saptak Talwar, Sacred Heart

Karsten Creek Golf Club – Stillwater, Okla.

Hosted by Oklahoma State

Teams (seeded in the following order):

  1. Oklahoma State (Big 12 Conference)
  2. Illinois (Big Ten Conference)
  3. Auburn
  4. SMU
  5. Notre Dame
  6. Alabama
  7. Baylor
  8. Sam Houston (Southland Conference)
  9. Little Rock
  10. Ole Miss
  11. Northwestern
  12. College of Charleston (Colonial Athletic Association)
  13. Middle Tennessee (Conference USA)

Individuals (seeded in the following order):

  1. Devon Bling, UCLA
  2. Mark Lawrence Jr., Virginia Tech
  3. Trip Kinney, Iowa State
  4. Vicente Marzilio, North Texas
  5. Lachlan Barker, Iowa State
  6. A.J. Ott, Colorado State
  7. Tim Tillmanns, Kansas State
  8. Guillaume Fanonnel, ULM
  9. Lucas Carper, UC Davis
  10. Jack Howes, Oral Roberts

The Golf Club of Tennessee – Kingston Springs, Tenn.

Hosted by Vanderbilt and Nashville Sports Council

Teams (seeded in the following order):

  1. Clemson (Atlantic Coast Conference)
  2. NC State
  3. Vanderbilt (Southeastern Conference)
  4. Arkansas
  5. San Diego State
  6. Virginia
  7. Charlotte
  8. Kent State (Mid-American Conference)
  9. UTSA
  10. Houston
  11. Loyola Maryland (Patriot League)
  12. UConn (Big East Conference)
  13. Iona (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference)

Individuals (seeded in the following order):

  1. James Piot, Michigan State
  2. Ben van Wyk, Augusta
  3. Evan Davis, Belmont
  4. Van Holmgren, Florida Gulf Coast
  5. Christopher Gotterup, Rutgers
  6. Hunter Eichhorn, Marquette
  7. Brandon Einstein, High Point
  8. Hunter Fry, USC Upstate
  9. Timothius Tamardi, App State
  10. Austin Devereux, Rider

Championship Course at UNM – Albuquerque, N.M.

Hosted by New Mexico

Teams (seeded in the following order):

  1. Oklahoma
  2. Arizona State
  3. Texas A&M
  4. Texas Tech
  5. New Mexico (Mountain West Conference)
  6. Stanford
  7. Oregon State
  8. Boise State
  9. South Carolina
  10. Nevada
  11. San Diego
  12. New Mexico State (Western Athletic Conference)

Individuals (seeded in the following order):

  1. Tommy Stephenson, Fresno State
  2. Daniel O'Loughlin, Colorado
  3. Blake Hathcoat, St. Mary's (California)
  4. Gavin Cohen, LMU
  5. Riley Lewis, LMU

Tumble Creek Golf & Country Club – Cle Elum, Wash.

Hosted by Washington

Teams (seeded in the following order):

  1. Wake Forest
  2. Pepperdine (West Coast Conference)
  3. Florida
  4. Arizona (Pac-12 Conference)
  5. San Francisco
  6. Iowa
  7. Washington
  8. East Tennessee State (Southern Conference)
  9. Utah
  10. Oregon
  11. Mississippi State
  12. Long Beach State (Big West Conference)
  13. Denver (The Summit League)
  14. Sacramento State (Big Sky Conference)

Individuals (seeded in the following order):

  1. Carson Lundell, Brigham Young
  2. Matt McCarty, Santa Clara
  3. Jack Trent, UNLV
  4. Jack Vincent, Southern Utah
  5. Gabe Lysen, Utah Valley

9 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships were held at The Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark., with Arkansas serving as host. Stanford won the team title, defeating Texas, 3-2-0 in the final round of match play competition. Oklahoma State’s Matthew Wolff won the individual title by five strokes.

8:05 pm, April 26, 2021

The DI men's golf selections are today, Wednesday, May 5 on the GOLF Channel

Jack Dempsey | NCAA Photos Stanford's Isaiah Salinda tees off during the 2019 championship in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

The 2021 DI men's golf championship selections will be broadcast today, Wednesday, May 5, on the GOLF Channel at 2 p.m. EDT. The championship is at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, from May 28 through June 2.

8:01 pm, April 26, 2021

The complete list of DI men's golf championship winners

Stanford wins 2019 men's golf title

Here are the past winners of the  NCAA DI Men's Golf Championship. Stanford (above) is the most recent champion.

Year Champion Coach Score Runner-Up Score Host or Site
2019 Stanford Conrad Ray 3 Texas 2 Fayetteville Ark.
2018 Oklahoma State Alan Bratton 5 Alabama 0 Stillwater, Okla.
2017 Oklahoma Ryan Hybl 3.5 Oregon 1.5 Sugar Grove, Ill.
2016 Oregon Casey Martin 3 Texas 2 Eugene, Ore.
2015 LSU Chuck Winstead 4 Southern California 1 Bradenton, Fla.
2014 Alabama Jay Seawell 4 Oklahoma State 1 Hutchinson, Kan.
2013 Alabama Jay Seawell 4 Illinois 1 Atlanta
2012 Texas John Fields 3 Alabama 2 Pacific Palisades, Calif.
2011 Augusta State Josh Gregory 3 Georgia 2 Oklahoma State
2010 Augusta State Josh Gregory 3.5 Oklahoma State 1.5 Ooltewah, Tenn.
2009 Texas A&M J.T. Higgins 3 Arkansas 2 Toledo
2008 UCLA Derek Freeman 1,194 Stanford 1,195 Purdue
2007 Stanford Conrad Ray 1,109 Georgia 1,121 VCU
2006 Oklahoma State Mike McGraw 1,143 Florida 1,146 Sunriver, Ore.
2005 Georgia Chris Haack 1,135 Georgia Tech 1,146 Owings Mills, Md.
2004 California Steve Desimone 1,134 UCLA 1,140 Hot Springs, Va.
2003 Clemson Larry Penley 1,191 Oklahoma State 1,193 Oklahoma State
2002 Minnesota Brad James 1,134 Georgia Tech 1,138 Ohio State
2001 Florida Buddy Alexander 1,126 Clemson 1,144 Duke
2000 *Oklahoma State Mike Holder 1,116 Georgia Tech 1,116 Auburn
1999 Georgia Chris Haack 1,180 Oklahoma State 1,183 Minnesota
1998 UNLV Dwaine Knight 1,118 Clemson 1,121 New Mexico
1997 Pepperdine John Geiberger 1,148 Wake Forest 1,151 Northwestern
1996 Arizona State Randy Lein 1,186 UNLV 1,189 Chattanooga, Tenn.
1995 *Oklahoma State Mike Holder 1,156 Stanford 1,156 Ohio State
1994 Stanford Wally Goodwin 1,129 Texas 1,133 SMU
1993 Florida Buddy Alexander 1,145 Georgia Tech 1,146 Kentucky
1992 Arizona Rick LaRose 1,129 Arizona State 1,136 New Mexico
1991 Oklahoma State Mike Holder 1,161 North Carolina 1,168 San Jose State
1990 Arizona State Steve Loy 1,155 Florida 1,157 Florida
1989 Oklahoma Gregg Grost 1,139 Texas 1,158 Oklahoma State/Oklahoma
1988 UCLA Eddie Merrins 1,176 UTEP/Oklahoma/Oklahoma State 1,179 Southern California
1987 Oklahoma State Mike Holder 1,160 Wake Forest 1,176 Ohio State
1986 Wake Forest Jess Haddock 1,156 Oklahoma State 1,160 Wake Forest
1985 Houston Dave Williams 1,172 Oklahoma State 1,175 Florida
1984 Houston Dave Williams 1,145 Oklahoma State 1,146 Houston
1983 Oklahoma State Mike Holder 1,161 Texas 1,168 Fresno State
1982 Houston Dave Williams 1,141 Oklahoma State 1,151 Pinehurst
1981 BYU Karl Tucker 1,161 Oral Roberts 1,163 Stanford
1980 Oklahoma State Mike Holder 1,173 BYU 1,177 Ohio State
1979 Ohio State James Brown 1,189 Oklahoma State 1,191 Wake Forest
1978 Oklahoma State Mike Holder 1,140 Georgia 1,157 Oregon
1977 Houston Dave Williams 1,197 Oklahoma State 1,205 Colgate
1976 Oklahoma State Mike Holder 1,166 BYU 1,173 New Mexico
1975 Wake Forest Jess Haddock 1,156 Oklahoma State 1,189 Ohio State
1974 Wake Forest Jess Haddock 1,158 Florida 1,160 San Diego State
1973 Florida Buster Bishop 1,149 Oklahoma State 1,159 Oklahoma State
1972 Texas George Hannon 1,146 Houston 1,159 Cape Coral
1971 Texas George Hannon 1,144 Houston 1,151 Arizona
1970 Houston Dave Williams 1,172 Wake Forest 1,182 Ohio State
1969 Houston Dave Williams 1,223 Wake Forest 1,232 Broadmoor
1968 Florida Buster Bishop 1,154 Houston 1,156 New Mexico State
1967 Houston Dave Williams 585 Florida 588 Shawnee, Pa.
1966 Houston Dave Williams 582 San Jose State 586 Stanford
1965 Houston Dave Williams 577 Cal State L.A. 587 Tennessee
1964 Houston Dave Williams 580 Oklahoma State 587 Broadmoor
1963 Oklahoma State Labron Harris 581 Houston 582 Wichita State
1962 Houston Dave Williams 588 Oklahoma State 598 Duke
1961 Purdue Sam Voinoff 584 Arizona State 595 Lafayette
1960 Houston Dave Williams 603 Purdue/Oklahoma State 607 Broadmoor
1959 Houston Dave Williams 561 Purdue 571 Oregon
1958 Houston Dave Williams 570 Oklahoma State 582 Williams
1957 Houston Dave Williams 602 Stanford 603 Broadmoor
1956 Houston Dave Williams 601 North Texas/Purdue 602 Ohio State
1955 LSU Mike Barbato 574 North Texas 583 Tennessee
1954 SMU Graham Ross 572 North Texas 573 Houston/Rice
1953 Stanford Charles Finger 578 North Carolina 580 Broadmoor
1952 North Texas Fred Cobb 587 Michigan 593 Purdue
1951 North Texas Fred Cobb 588 Ohio State 589 Ohio State
1950 North Texas Fred Cobb 573 Purdue 577 New Mexico
1949 North Texas Fred Cobb 590 Purdue/Texas 600 Iowa State
1948 San Jose State Wilbur Hubbard 579 LSU 588 Stanford
1947 LSU T.P. Heard 606 Duke 614 Michigan
1946 Stanford Eddie Twiggs 619 Michigan 624 Princeton
1945 Ohio State Robert Kepler 602 Northwestern 621 Ohio State
1944 Notre Dame George Holderith 311 Minnesota 312 Inverness
1943 Yale William Neale 614 Michigan 618 Olympia Fields
1942 LSU/Stanford Major J. Perry Cole/Eddie Twiggs 590     Notre Dame
1941 Stanford Eddie Twiggs 580 LSU 599 Ohio State
1940 Princeton/LSU Walter Bourne/Major J. Perry Cole 601     Ekwanok
1939 Stanford Eddie Twiggs 612 Northwestern/Princeton 614 Wakonda
1938 Stanford         Louisville
1937 Princeton         Oakmont
1936 Yale         North Shore
1935 Michigan         Congressional
1934 Michigan         Cleveland
1933 Yale         Buffalo
1932 Yale         Hot Springs, Va.
1931 Yale         Olympia Fields
1930 Princeton         Oakmont
1929 Princeton         Deal, N.J.
1928 Princeton         Apawamis
1927 Princeton         Garden City
1926 Yale         Merion
1925 Yale         Montclair
1924 Yale         Greenwich
1923 Princeton         Siwanoy
1922 Princeton         Garden City
1921 Dartmouth         Greenwich
1920 Princeton         Nassau
1919 Princeton         Merion
1916 Princeton         Oakmont
1915 Yale         Greenwich
1914 Princeton         Garden City
1912 Yale (fall)/ Yale (spring)         Huntingdon Valley/Ekwanko
1911 Yale         Baltusrol
1910 Yale         Essex County
1909 Yale         Apawamis
1908 Yale         Brae Burn
1907 Yale         Nassau
1906 Yale         Garden City
1905 Yale         Garden City
1904 Harvard         Myopia
1903 Harvard         Garden City
1902 Harvard (fall)/Yale (spring)         Morris County/Garden City
1901 Harvard         Atlantic City
1899 Harvard          
1898 Yale (fall)/Harvard (spring)          
1897 Yale         Ardsley Casino

*Won Playoff

Note: No tournament held in 1900, 1917 and 1918.

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