For the first time this century, the San Jos√© State women’s golf team is a No. 1 seed at a regional as the Spartans will travel to the Ann Arbor Regional to play May 9-11, at the U-M Golf Course.

  • With this year’s six-region format, 12 teams and six teams will compete at each regional. The ¬†top-four teams and top-two individuals not on an advancing team in each region will advance to the NCAA Championship, May 20-25, at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.
  • The Spartans are making their 26th¬†regional appearance after earning the automatic bid by winning the Mountain West Championship.
  • The Ann Arbor Regional teams include San Jos√© State, Virginia, Michigan, Arkansas, UCF, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Washington, Ohio State, Pepperdine, Xavier, and Oakland.
  • The other five regionals will be played in Albuquerque, N.M. (UNM Championship Course), Franklin, Tenn. (Vanderbilt Legends Club), Stanford, Calif. (Stanford Golf Course), Stillwater, Okla. (Karsten Creek Golf Club) and Tallahassee, Fla. (Seminole Legacy Golf Club).
  • The Spartans have won three national championships ‚Äď 1987, 1989 and 1992. The program has played three times at the championships in the past 12 years ‚Äď 2010 (Wilmington, N.C.), 2013 (Athens, Ga.) and 2019 (Fayetteville, Ark.)
  • Live scoring for all three rounds will be available on Golfstat.

Ann Arbor Regional Site
The Ann Arbor Regional will be played at the U-M Golf Course in Ann Arbor, Michigan and will be hosted by Michigan. Conference automatic qualifiers are indicated in parenthesis next to the institution.
Teams:
1.         San Jose State (Mountain West Conference)
2.         Virginia
3.         Michigan (Big Ten Conference)
4.         Arkansas
5.         UCF
6.         Virginia Tech
7.         North Carolina
8.         Washington
9.         Ohio State
10.       Pepperdine
11.       Xavier (Big East)
12.       Oakland (Horizon League)

Individuals:
1.         Jana Melichova, ODU
2.         Aine Donegan, Indiana
3.         Chloe Schiavone, Notre Dame
4.         Ragnhildur Kristinsdottir, Eastern Kentucky
5.         Jasmine Ly, Northern Illinois (Mid-American Conference)
6.         Katherine Lemke, Creighton (Big East Conference)