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NCAA.com | May 30, 2018

Oklahoma State sweeps Alabama for 11th men's golf title

Oklahoma State claims 2018 Golf Championship

Oklahoma State got to celebrate a 2018 Division I men's golf national championship on its home course, dominating Alabama in finals match play Wednesday at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

The Cowboys clinched their 11th national title in program history with a 5-0-0 win over the Crimson Tide. Viktor Hovland, Zach Bauchou, Matthew Wolff, Kristoffer Ventura and Austin Eckroat all won in head-to-head matchups against their Alabama counterparts.

Oklahoma State advanced to Wednesday's finals by knocking off Texas A&M and Auburn in Tuesday's quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively. Alabama advanced after beating Texas and Duke. The Crimson Tide finished as runner-ups in both the DI men's and women's championships this year in Stillwater.

Back on Monday, Augusta's Broc Everett captured the individual men's title on a playoff hole, just edging out Auburn’s Brandon Mancheno.

RELATED: Final results | Day 1 recap | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5

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