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2022 NCAA DII men's golf championships regional selections

DII men's golf championship: day five recap

INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA has announced the field of 80 teams and 32 student-athletes competing as individuals that have been selected to participate in regional competition of the 2022 NCAA Division II Men’s Golf Championships. Regional play will be conducted May 5-7.

At a minimum, the top three teams and the top two student-athletes not with a team from each regional will advance to the finals May 16-20 at TPC Michigan in Detroit, Michigan. The remaining eight team berths will be allocated based on the regions represented in the prior year’s head-to-head medal play portion of the championships, with the maximum number of teams from a given region capped at seven. The finals will be hosted by Wayne State (Michigan) and the Detroit Sports Commission.

Tournaments will be conducted at four regional sites with regional pairings as follows:

  • Atlantic and East
  • Central and Midwest
  • South and Southeast
  • South Central and West 

Teams and individuals are listed in rank order. Conference automatic qualifiers are indicated in brackets next to the institution’s name.


Ravenwood Golf Club, Victor, New York; Le Moyne College and Rochester Sports, host.

Atlantic Region:

  1. Davis & Elkins
  2. Charleston (West Virginia) [Mountain East Conference]
  3. West Liberty
  4. Gannon
  5. Mercyhurst
  6. Indiana (Pennsylvania) [Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference]
  7. California (Pennsylvania)
  8. West Chester
  9. Pittsburgh-Johnstown
  10. Livingstone [Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association]


  1. Noah Clark, Concord
  2. Yadhu Urs, Wheeling
  3. Bobby Lugiano, Millersville
  4. Mason Kidwell, Shepherd

East Region:

  1. Southern New Hampshire
  2. Le Moyne
  3. St. Thomas Aquinas
  4. Post
  5. Assumption [Northeast-10 Conference]
  6. Goldey-Beacom
  7. Wilmington (Delaware) [Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference]
  8. Bentley
  9. Franklin Pierce
  10. Saint Anselm


  1. Alexander Lundvall, Dominican (New York)
  2. Alejandro Gomez Cervantes, Dominican (New York)
  3. Li Su, American International
  4. Gonzalo Maldonado Felices, Felician


Purgatory Golf Club, Noblesville, Indiana; University of Indianapolis, host.

Central Region:

  1. 1. Arkansas Tech
  2. Rogers State [Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association]
  3. Central Missouri
  4. Henderson State [Great American Conference]
  5. Harding
  6. Central Oklahoma
  7. Northeastern State
  8. Southwestern Oklahoma State
  9. Southern Arkansas
  10. Concordia-St. Paul [Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference]


  1. Dawson Wills, Washburn
  2. Brady Holland, Winona State 
  3. Ben Laffen, Minnesota State Mankato
  4. Cade Uhlenhake, Washburn

Midwest Region:

  1. Findlay
  2. Grand Valley State
  3. Missouri-St. Louis 
  4. UIndy
  5. Southern Indiana
  6. Wayne State (Michigan)
  7. McKendree
  8. Tiffin [Great Midwest Athletic Conference]
  9. Trevecca Nazarene
  10. Davenport [Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference]


  1. Robert Holden, Ohio Dominican
  2. Connor Curry, Malone
  3. Alex Bishop, Purdue Northwest
  4. Oscar Darlington, Hillsdale


Kinderlou Forest Golf Club, Valdosta, Georgia; Valdosta State University, hosts.

South Region:

  1. Barry [Sunshine State Conference]
  2. Lee [Gulf South Conference]
  3. Florida Southern
  4. West Florida
  5. Nova Southeastern
  6. Saint Leo
  7. Lynn
  8. Delta State
  9. West Georgia
  10. Spring Hill [Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference]


  1. JJ Zimmer, Union (Tennessee)*
  2. Andrew Riley, Palm Beach Atlantic
  3. Ian Aldarondo, Embry-Riddle (Florida)
  4. JJ Logue, Mississippi College

Wesley Hanson, Valdosta State* (Replaced Zimmer due to injury)

Southeast Region:

  1. Carson Newman
  2. Lincoln Memorial
  3. South Carolina-Aiken
  4. North Georgia
  5. Georgia Southwestern
  6. Limestone
  7. Columbus State [Peach Belt Conference]
  8. Barton
  9. Queens (North Carolina) [South Atlantic Conference]
  10. King [Conference Carolinas]


  1. Mauro Baez, Flagler
  2. Maxime Legros, Lander
  3. Tom Bueschges, Newberry
  4. Alberto Dominguez, Erskine


Pueblo County Club, Pueblo, Colorado; Colorado State University Pueblo, host.

South Central Region:

  1. Oklahoma Christian
  2. Midwestern State [Lone Star Conference]
  3. Colorado State University Pueblo [Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference]
  4. Cameron
  5. Texas A&M-Commerce
  6. St. Mary’s (Texas) 
  7. Colorado Christian
  8. Colorado-Colorado Springs
  9. Colorado Mesa
  10. West Texas A&M


  1. Darren Edwards, Fort Lewis
  2. Mauricio Figueroa, Texas A&M Int’l
  3. Joey Geary, Western New Mexico
  4. Masen Ward, Westminster (Utah)

West Region:

  1. Western Washington [Great Northwest Athletic Conference]
  2. Simon Fraser
  3. Sonoma State [California Collegiate Athletic Association]
  4. Chico State
  5. Cal State Monterey Bay
  6. Cal State San Bernardino
  7. Cal State San Marcos
  8. Stanislaus State
  9. Cal State East Bay
  10. Hawaii Pacific [Pacific West Conference]


  1. Seung Ho Yoon, Cal State Dominguez Hills
  2. Tyler Fitchett, Saint Martin’s
  3. Luke Dugger, Holy Names
  4. Christian Schrodt, Dominican (California)

At the 2021 championships, Arkansas Tech defeated Georgia Southwestern 3-2 in the head-to-head medal play final to claim their first men’s golf team title in school history. University of Indianapolis redshirt junior Keegan Bronnenberg finished with a 54-hole total of three-over par 220 to claim individual medalist honors, the first Greyhound in school history to win the title. The championships were hosted at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

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