Full field, seeds for 2022 NCAA Division I women’s golf regionals

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The 2022 NCAA Division I women’s golf regional fields have been announced.

The six regional championship sites each feature 12 teams and six individuals (72 teams and 36 individuals, total). Regionals will be played May 9-11 at the following sites:

UNM Championship Course in Albuquerque, New Mexico (hosted by New Mexico); U-M Golf Course in Ann Arbor, Michigan (hosted by Michigan); Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma (hosted by Oklahoma State); Seminole Legacy Golf Club in Tallahassee, Florida (hosted by Florida State); Stanford Golf Course in Stanford, California (hosted by Stanford); Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tennessee (hosted by Vanderbilt).

The top four teams (24 total) and the top two individuals (12 total) not on a qualifying team from each regional will advance to the national championship at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, May 20-25.

Here are the regional fields (Golfweek/Sagarin rankings in parentheses):

More: NCAA women’s conference championship results

Stanford, California

Course: Stanford Golf Course
Host: Stanford

  1. Stanford (1)

  2. Southern California (3)

  3. LSU (15)

  4. Texas Tech (28)

  5. Kentucky (24)

  6. Iowa State (37)

  7. Northwestern (34)

  8. Purdue (48)

  9. UNLV (49)

  10. Cal Poly (71)

  11. Princeton (80)

  12. Sacred Heart (179)

Franklin, Tennessee

Course: Vanderbilt Legends Club
Host: Vanderbilt

  1. Wake Forest (4)

  2. Alabama (9)

  3. Texas A&M (18)

  4. Duke (21)

  5. Oregon State (26)

  6. Vanderbilt (35)

  7. BYU (44)

  8. Kent State (42)

  9. UTSA (54)

  10. Augusta (65)

  11. Boston University (105)

  12. Austin Peay (170)

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Course: Karsten Creek Golf Club
Host: Oklahoma State

  1. Oklahoma State (5)

  2. Arizona State (7)

  3. Baylor (16)

  4. Auburn (17)

  5. Michigan State (32)

  6. Clemson (36)

  7. Campbell (47)

  8. Furman (43)

  9. North Carolina State (55)

  10. California (56)

  11. Tulane (89)

  12. Illinois State (158)

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Course: UNM Championship Course
Host: New Mexico

  1. Oregon (2)

  2. Florida (11)

  3. Texas (14)

  4. Arizona (23)

  5. Georgia (27)

  6. TCU (29)

  7. Louisville (39)

  8. North Florida (45)

  9. Oklahoma (52)

  10. Sam Houston State (59)

  11. Northern Arizona (121)

  12. New Mexico State (110)

Tallahassee, Florida

Course: Seminole Legacy Golf Club
Host: Florida State

  1. South Carolina (3)

  2. UCLA (12)

  3. Florida State (13)

  4. Ole Miss (22)

  5. Illinois (25)

  6. Mississippi State (31)

  7. Miami, Florida (40)

  8. Denver (50)

  9. North Florida (45)

  10. College of Charleston (60)

  11. Georgia Southern (96)

  12. Quinnipiac (161)

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Course: U-M Golf Course
Host: Michigan

  1. San Jose State (6)

  2. Virginia (10)

  3. Michigan (20)

  4. Arkansas (19)

  5. UCF (33)

  6. Virginia Tech (30)

  7. North Carolina (41)

  8. Washington (38)

  9. Ohio State (51)

  10. Pepperdine (53)

  11. Xavier (91)

  12. Oakland (216)

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