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NCAA.com | May 7, 2015

DII NCAA championship finalists

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Men’s Golf Committee announced today the 108 participants that will compete in the 2015 NCAA Division II Men’s Golf Championships.

The championships will be held May 18-22, on the Jones Course at Rock Barn Golf and Spa in Conover, North Carolina. The championships will be hosted by Lenoir-Rhyne University.

The teams and individuals that advanced for the 2015 championships are listed below:

ATLANTIC/EAST REGIONAL
Longaberger Golf Club; Nashport, Ohio. Hosted by the Mountain East Conference.

Teams:
Wilmington (Delaware)
Indiana (Pennsylvania)
Charleston (West Virginia)
Le Moyne

Individuals:
Matt Barto, Gannon
Niklas Koerner, St. Thomas Aquinas

CENTRAL/MIDWEST REGIONAL
Cog Hill Golf & Country Club; Lemont, Illinois. Hosted by Lewis University.

Teams:
Central Oklahoma
Central Missouri
Missouri-St. Louis
Southwestern Oklahoma State
Indianapolis

Individuals:
Garrison Myles, Malone
Michael Hearne, Southern Nazarene

SOUTH/SOUTHEAST REGIONAL
Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club; Dade City, Florida. Hosted by Saint Leo University.

Teams:
Nova Southeastern
Lynn
Barry
South Carolina Aiken
Saint Leo
Florida Southern

Individuals:
Forrest Knight, North Alabama
Gaelan Trew, Florida Tech

SOUTH CENTRAL/WEST REGIONAL
Hiddenbrooke Golf Club; Vallejo, California. Hosted by California State University, East Bay.

Teams:
Cal State Monterey Bay
Sonoma State
Cal State Chico
Simon Fraser
West Texas A&M

Individuals:
Patrick Skakel, Colorado-Colorado Springs
Josh Aguilar, Dallas Baptist

At the 2014 championship, Barry University defeated Nova Southeastern University in medal-match play to claim their second consecutive men’s golf national championship and third in school history.  Tim Crouch, Florida Southern College, finished with a 54-hole total of 213 and claimed his second consecutive individual title. The championships were hosted at The Meadows at Grand Valley State in Allendale, Michigan.

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