The countdown to the NCAA Championship has begun.
Below is a list of the conference champions on the men’s and women’s side, and their respective team and individual winners:
Individual: Anders Albertson, Georgia Tech
The Blue Devils erased a three-shot deficit late on the back nine to capture their first conference title since 2005. Albertson carded a 4-under 68 – the low round of the day – to claim his first college title and finish at a tournament-record 15-under 201, good for a five-shot victory.
Individual: Raoul Menard, Charlotte
The 49ers posted a seven-shot victory to capture their seventh league title in the past eight years. Menard, a sophomore, became eighth player in conference history to win two individual titles.
Team: North Florida
Individual: M.J. Maguire, North Florida
The Ospreys went back-to-back to win conference titles, winning by 14 strokes over East Tennessee State. Maguire, a sophomore, became the first UNF player to win the league championship.
Individual: Brandon Stone, Texas
The defending NCAA champions claimed their first conference title since 2004, sweeping both the team and individual titles. Stone, a Hogan Award semifinalist as only a freshman, became the fourth Longhorn to win the conference title. It was his third win of the season.
Team: South Florida
Individual: Cincinnati’s David Tepe
The Bulls won the conference title for the first time in program history, finishing four shots ahead of St. John’s. They were led by freshman Chase Koepka, who shot 7-under 209 and finished a shot behind Tepe for medalist honors.
Team: Coastal Carolina
Individual: Mathieu Fenasse, Liberty
The Chanticleers narrowly won their first team title in three years, clipping Liberty by two shots. Fenasse’s final-round 66 meant that Liberty had the low finisher for the fourth consecutive year.
Individual: Thomas Pieters
It’s the fifth consecutive title for the Illini, as they finished nine shots ahead of Minnesota. This victory was punctuated by Pieters’ dominating five-shot victory in the individual race.
Individual: Payne McLeod, UNC-Wilmington
The Seahawks won their third title in a row with a 24-stroke victory over James Madison. It was McLeod’s second career title and first conference championship.
Individual: Roman Robledo, Houston
The Cougars captured their first conference title since 2001, when they clipped SMU by three shots. Robledo made a 30-footer on the final hole to finish one shot ahead on the individual race.
Individual: Thomas Wettstein, Valparaiso
The Crusaders punched their ticket to the postseason for the first time in program history, beating Cleveland State by four strokes. Wettsein, who transferred from Xavier, shot 70 in the final round to win by four shots.
Individual: Greg Jarmas, Princeton
It was the first league title since 2006 for the Tigers, who finished five shots ahead of Yale. Jarmas was three shots clear of Penn’s Max Marsico to become Princeton’s first individual medalist since 2005.
Team: Loyola (Md.)
Individual: Steve Burak, Fairfield
The Greyhounds erased a 10-shot deficit on the final day to win its sixth consecutive team title. They edged Iona by a shot. Burak, meanwhile, became Fairfield’s first medalist in 16 years.
Team: Austin Peay State
Individual: Patrick Newcomb, Murray State
The Governors won the rain-shortened event by nine shots over Jacksonville State, their first conference title since 2009. Newcomb’s 139 total was one shot ahead of Tennesee-Martin’s Brendon Caballero.
Individual: Chris House, Navy
The Mountain Hawks held off Navy to capture the first league title since 1997. House won the individual championship with rounds of 74-72-73.
Individual: Sebastian Cappelen, Arkansas
The Crimson Tide rolled despite a challenging final round in which the wind gusted up to 30 mph. They finished at 8-over 848, two shots clear of South Carolina. Cappelen closed with 66 to become the first Arkansas player since 1995 to win the conference title.
Individual: Josh Lorenzetti, College of Charleston
The Mocs won their second straight and fifth in the last seven years by beating Davidson by two shots. Lorenzetti made birdie on 17 and par on 18 and finished two shots ahead.
Team: Southeastern Louisiana
Individual: Rhys West, Southeastern Louisiana
The Lions pulled away from the field in the final round, finishing 13 shots ahead of Central Arkansas for their fourth title since 1998. West flipped a one-shot deficit into a two-shot win to earn his first career victory.
Team: St. Mary’s
Individual: Grant Forest, San Diego
The Gaels became the first team to punch its ticket to the postseason, finishing two shots clear of Gonzaga for their second consecutive title. Forest won the individual title with a 6-under 210. He also captured the Scottish Amateur last summer.
Individual: Brittany Altomare, Virginia
The Blue Devils rolled the field at Sedgefield Country Club, racking up a 24-stroke victory over N.C. State. Altomare won by two strokes and became the first Virginia player to capture the title.
Team: East Tennessee State
Individual: Ines Lescudier, Kennesaw State
The Buccaneers won the conference title for the second time in program history, finishing six shots ahead of Kennesaw State. Lescudier shot a sterling 66 in the final round to win the individual title by four shots.
Team: Oklahoma State
Individual: Lauren Taylor, Baylor
The Cowgirls clinched their conference title for the first time since 2009 with a two-stroke victory over Baylor. Taylor’s 3-under 213 was enough to win the individual title by a whopping eight shots.
Team: Notre Dame
Individual: Lindsey Weaver and Talia Campbell, Notre Dame
The Fighting Irish won their third conference title in the past six years, and making this victory sweeter was that Weaver and Campbell shared medalist honors at 6-under 210.
Team: Coastal Carolina
Individual: Brittany Henderson, Coastal Carolina
The Chanticleers shot a 54-hole tournament record of 16-over 880 to win their third conference title in the past five years. Henderson went back-to-back in winning the individual championship, finishing one shot ahead at 3-over 219.
Team: Northwestern, Purdue
Individual: Paula Reto, Purdue
Purdue and Northwestern shared the Big Ten title at 884, after the teams agreed to be co-champions. Reto, meanwhile, became the sixth consecutive Purdue player to earn medalist honors in the individual race.
Team: UC Davis
Individual: Demi Runas, UC Davis
The Aggies captured their fourth consecutive conference title in dominating fashion, finishing 29 shot ahead of Long Beach State. UC Davis players finished 1-2-3-4 on the leaderboard, led by Runas, who finished at 1 under to capture her first title.
Team: James Madison
Individual: Shabrill Brewer, James Madison
It was the first league crown since 2005 for the Dukes, who finished eight shots ahead of UNC-Wilmington. Brewer, a sophomore, earned her first victory by capturing the individual title, by five shots.
Individual: Nico Engstroem Skuag, East Carolina
It’s the third conference title in the last five years for the Green Wave, who posted a 27-stroke victory over East Carolina. Skuag emerged from a three-man playoff to earn individual honors.
Individual: Manon DeRoey, New Mexico
The Rebels captured their first conference title 2006 with a 12-stroke victory over Boise State. DeRoey won medalist honors for the first time after beating UNLV’s Demi Mak in a playoff.
Individual: Annie Park, USC
The Trojans steamrolled Washington by 24 strokes to capture their fifth consecutive conference title. Park became USC’s third consecutive freshman to earn medalist honors, edging teammate Sophia Popov by two strokes.
Individual: Chelsea Michalek, Lehigh
The Mountain Hawks won the inaugural conference title by three shots over Bucknell. Michalek finished at 17-over 227 to win by five shots.
Individual: Stephanie Meadow, Alabama
The Crimson Tide pulled away in the final round for a 14-stroke victory over Georgia. Meadow became the first Alabama player to win the conference title. It was her sixth career victory, extending her own school record.
Individual: Agathe Sauzon, Chattanooga
The Mocs won wire-to-wire to capture their fourth league title in a row. Sauzon won the individual title in a playoff, hitting a wedge shot to kick-in range for her first college win.
Individual: Shelby Hardy, Sam Houston State
The Cardinals erased a four-shot deficit in the final round to win their first conference title since 2006. Hardy ran away with a six-stroke victory in the individual race, finishing with a tournament-record 4-under 212.
Team: North Dakota State
Individual: Amy Anderson, North Dakota State
NDSU won its first conference title in school history, while Anderson became the league’s first three-time individual champion. It was the first time in Summit League history that a team other than Oral Roberts won the team title.
Team: Florida International
Individual: Meghan MacLaren, Florida International
The Panthers captured their first conference title in impressive fashion, winning by 16 shots over Middle Tennessee. MacLaren became FIU’s first individual winner, finishing two shots clear of Middle Tennessee’s Olivia Love.
Individual: Grace Na (Pepperdine)
The Waves have now won 12 consecutive titles and 15 of the 17 league tournaments ever contested. This time, they were 17 shots ahead of Gonzaga. Na shot 3-under 213 for a two-stroke victory and a second conference title (2011).