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NCAA.com | May 4, 2016

2016 Division II Men's Golf Championship qualifiers announced

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Men’s Golf Committee announced the 108 participants that will compete in the 2016 NCAA Division II Men’s Golf Championships.

The championships will be held May 17-21, at Green Valley Ranch Golf Club in Denver, Colorado. The championships will be hosted by Metropolitan State University of Denver.

The teams and individuals that advanced for the 2016 championships are listed below:

ATLANTIC/EAST REGIONAL

Timber Banks Golf Club, Baldwinsville, New York; Le Moyne College, host.

Teams:

St. Thomas Aquinas

Southern New Hampshire

Concordia (New York)

Wilmington (Delaware)

Le Moyne

Individuals:

Blaze Hogan, Mercyhurst

Tyler Maiman, West Chester

CENTRAL/MIDWEST REGIONAL

The Meadows, Allendale, Michigan; Grand Valley State University, host.

Teams:

Central Missouri

Southeastern Oklahoma State

Bellarmine

Tiffin

Central Oklahoma

Individuals:
Talon Supak, Illinois-Springfield

Bryce Burke, Arkansas Tech

SOUTH/SOUTHEAST REGIONAL

Mission Inn Resort and Club, Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida; Central Florida Sports Commission and the Sunshine State Conference, hosts.

Teams:

Lynn

Saint Leo

Florida Southern

West Florida

Barry

Individuals:

Richard Mansell, Nova Southeastern

Griffin Brown, Limestone

SOUTH CENTRAL/WEST REGIONAL

New Mexico State University Course, Las Cruces, New Mexico; Western New Mexico University, host

Teams:

Chico State

Oklahoma Christian

Dallas Baptist

California Baptist

Brigham Young-Hawaii

Individuals:

Brandon Lee, Sonoma State

Calum Hill, Western New Mexico

At the 2015 championships, Nova Southeastern University defeated Lynn University in medal-match play to claim their second men’s golf national championship and the seventh team title in school history. Sam Migdal, University of Central Missouri, finished with a 54-hole total of 205 and claimed the individual title. The championships were hosted at Rock Barn Golf and Spa in Conover, North Carolina.

For more information about the championships, log on to NCAA.com. 

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