golf-women-d2 flag | May 10, 2015

Division II championship finalists

INDIANAPOLIS -- Included below is a list of teams and individuals that have advanced to the 2015 NCAA Division II Women's Golf Championships. The championships will be held May 13-16 at The Meadows Golf Course in Allendale, Michigan, and hosted by Grand Valley State. The top three teams along with the top three individuals not with a team from each super regional have advanced to the championships for a total of 72 participants.

The championships will consist of both team and individual competition conducted concurrently. All participants will compete throughout the entire 72 holes of competition. In the team competition, the low four scores for each team will count in each day's total score.

The following teams and individuals were selected to participate in the championships.

Central Super Regional Teams:

1. Augustana (South Dakota)

2. Arkansas Tech

3. Central Oklahoma

Central Super Regional Individuals:

1. Rachel Gray, Concordia-St. Paul

2. Tavia Rutherford, Sioux Falls

2. Baylee Price, Northeastern State

East Super Regional Teams:

1. Indianapolis

2. Ashland

3. Findlay

East Super Regional Individuals:

1. Kelly Hartigan, Grand Valley State

2. Rachel Sweeney, Lewis

2. Margaret Alumno, Drury

South Super Regional Teams:

1. Rollins

2. Lynn

3. Nova Southeastern

South Super Regional Individuals:

1. Brittany LaPadula, Limestone

2. Guro Rambjoer, Florida Tech

3. Nicole Ferre, Barry

West Regional Teams:

1. Tarleton State

2. St. Edward’s

3. Sonoma State

West Super Regional Individuals:

1. Brenna Moore, Midwestern State

2. Crystal Wang, Academy of Art

3. Hee-Leina Kim, Colorado State-Pueblo

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