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USC, South Carolina among top seeds at NCAA women's regionals

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Seventy-two women’s teams received their regional bids Monday in a televised special on Golf Channel.

The four top seeds are USC (St. George regional), South Carolina (Raleigh), UCLA (San Antonio) and Arizona (South Bend). The 54-hole event is May 7-9. 

The regional field is made up of 29 automatic qualifiers – earned by winning a conference championship – and 43 at-large bids, which are determined using Golfstat’s team rankings. 

The top 6 teams after 54 holes at each regional will advance to the May 22-27 NCAA Championship at Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla.

Seventy-two holes of stroke play will determine the individual champion and the eight teams that advance to match play.

Here are the four regionals: 

St. George (Utah) Regional

USC

Arkansas

Virginia

Stanford

Vanderbilt

UNLV

San Diego State

Miami

Colorado

Cal

SMU

TCU

Denver

Wisconsin

Middle Tennessee State

New Mexico State

Northern Arizona

Albany 

Individuals:

Meghan MacLaren, Florida International

Savannah Vilaubi, Cal-Riverside

Alivia Brown, Washington State

Lea Garner, BYU

Kassidy Teare, Long Beach State

A Ram Choi, Portland State


Raleigh (N.C.) Regional

South Carolina

LSU

Mississippi State

Northwestern

Florida

UCF

Furman

Alabama

Iowa State

Ohio State

N.C. State

Georgia Regents

Coastal Carolina

Campbell

College of Charleston

Seton Hall

Wichita State

Fairleigh Dickinson

Individuals:

Juliet Vongphoumy, Maryland

Jessica Welch, Jacksonville

Frida Gustafsson Spang, East Carolina

Genevieve Ling, Boise State

Manuela Carbajo Re, Georgia

Ashley Burke, USF 


San Antonio Regional

UCLA

Washington

Texas A&M

Tennessee

Arizona State

Baylor

Oregon

Florida State

Auburn

Texas Tech

Texas

Houston

Gonzaga

Oklahoma

Kennesaw State

Lamar

Boston

Alabama State

Individuals:

Madison Talley, Kansas State

Yupaporn Kawinpakorn, Kansas

Marika Liu, Yale

Camino Sardinero, UT-El Paso

Anica Yoo, Oregon State

Manon Molle, New Mexico 


South Bend (Ind.) Regional 

Arizona

Duke

Oklahoma State

Wake Forest

UC-Davis

Pepperdine

Tulane

Notre Dame

Purdue

Kent State

Louisville

San Jose State

UNC

Kentucky

Harvard

Troy

Eastern Kentucky

Youngstown State

Individuals: 

Madchen Ly, Cal State-Fresno

Elizabeth Tong, Indiana

Martina Edberg, Cal State-Fullerton

Leilanie Kim, Idaho

Gabby Yurik, Michigan State

Michaela Fletcher, Memphis