No. 12 USC Men's Golf To Play At NCAA Pullman Regional|
May 6, 2013
The No. 12 USC men's golf team, two-time winners this year and gunning for its first NCAA team title, will begin the postseason quest as the No. 3 seed in the NCAA Championships Pullman Regional -- one of six 13- or 14-team NCAA regions -- the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Committee announced Monday (May 6).
The Trojans, who have reached the NCAA final for the past six years, will play at the Palouse Ridge G.C. in Pullman, Wash., hosted by the Washington State Cougars, May 16-18. Five teams in each regional - three with 13 teams and three with 14 teams -- and the low individual not on those teams will advance to the NCAA Championship final, hosted by Georgia Tech, May 28-June 2.
Joining top seed USC in its region are No. 1 seed and overall No. 1 California, No. 2 TCU, No. 4 St. Mary's, No. 5 Virginia Tech, No. 6 BYU, No. 7 North Texas, No. 8 Baylor, No. 9 San Diego State, No. 10 Ball State, No. 11 Memphis, No. 12 Pacific, No. 13 Princeton and No. 14 Saint Francis. Ryan Williams and Jordan Weir from Sacramento State, Tyler Raber of UC Davis, Mason Casper of Utah Valley and Taeksoo Kim of Boise State will play as individuals.
Ten Pac-12 schools - all but Washington State and Utah -- were selected to play in the NCAA Tournament.
The complete field can be found at the NCAA site here.