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NMSU women’s golf headed to California for NCAA Regional Tournament

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NMSU golf headed to Stanford Regional for NCAA Championships

(Information Courtesy: NMSU Athletics)

LAS CRUCES, New Mexico - The New Mexico State women’s golf team looks for its 10th appearance at NCAA Championships when it travels to Stanford, Calif., for the NCAA Stanford Regional as the 15 -seed from May 10-12 at Stanford Golf Course.

Joining NM State at the Stanford Regional at Stanford Golf Course is Wake Forest, Oklahoma State, USC, Virginia Tech, Stanford, Arizona, Florida, Northwestern Iowa State, Denver, TCU, San Diego State, Pepperdine, San Jose State, Cal Poly, Sacramento State and Navy. 

The Aggies are led by back-to-back Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year Danny Bowen who led NM State to its 10th WAC Championship at Boulder Creek Golf Club in Boulder City, Nev.

New Mexico State also features the WAC Player of the year, Amelia McKee, the WAC Freshman of the Year, Alison Gastelum, and two-time WAC Player of the Year and four-time First Team All-WAC honoree, Pun Chanachai.  

NCAA Regionals feature 54 holes of stroke play spread across three days of action. Along with Satnford, the host sites for this year’s NCAA Regionals are Baton Rouge, La., Columbus, Ohio, and Louisville, Ky.  

The six lowest scoring team and three low individuals not from those teams will advance from each NCAA Regional to the NCAA Championships on May 21-26 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz. 

NMSU / Sports

Adrian Ochoa

Adrian Ochoa is ABC-7’s Sports Director.

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