WICHITA - The Wichita State men's golf team has been assigned to the Stillwater regional site, the NCAA announced in a conference call on Monday. As the Missouri Valley Conference Champions, the Shockers earned the Valley's automatic bid into the NCAA tournament.
The Stillwater regional, which consists of 13 teams, will be played at the Karsten Creek Golf Course in Stillwater, Okla, and will be hosted by Oklahoma State University. The tournament will be played May 14-16, and the top five teams, and the top individual not on a qualifying team, from each of the six regional sites will advance to the NCAA Championship at the Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio.
Joining the Shockers in the tournament, in order of seeding, will be Oklahoma State, Arkansas, TCU, LSU, Chattanooga, Pepperdine, Michigan State, Baylor, Northwestern, Tulsa, Denver, and Oral Roberts. Wichita State will be the 12th seed in the event.
A complete list of all participating teams and their regional assignments can be found at http://www.ncaa.com/champ/mgolf-div1-champ.html.