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May 9, 2005

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Committee selected Ohio State senior Scott Anderson as an individual that will participate in the 2005 NCAA Central Regional Championships, Monday. Anderson, who hails from Great Falls, Mont., will make his first appearance at the regional championships as an individual competitor.

During his senior season, Anderson competed in all 31 rounds of action, led the Buckeyes in stroke average with a mark of 72.6 strokes per round and posted five Top 10 finishes en route to earning First Team All-Big Ten.

The University of Notre Dame will play host to the NCAA central regional which will take place May 19-21 in South Bend, Ind.

CENTRAL REGIONAL
Warren Golf Course in South Bend, Indiana
Hosted by the University of Notre Dame
Teams (seeded in the following order):

1. Oklahoma State (Big 12)
2. Augusta State
3. TCU (C-USA)
4. Kentucky (SEC)
5. Texas
6. Purdue
7. Minnesota
8. Michigan State (Big Ten)
9. Oklahoma
10. Kent State (MAC)
11. Texas Tech
12. Southern Methodist (WAC)
13. Tulsa
14. Wichita State
15. Xavier (Atlantic 10)
16. Texas A&M
17. Kansas
18. Arkansas
19. Baylor
20. Notre Dame (Big East)
21. Lamar
22. Missouri
23. Kansas State
24. IUPUI (Mid-Continent)
25. Jackson State (SWAC)
26. Detroit (Horizon)
27. Loyola (Maryland) (Metro Atlantic)

Individuals:
1. Patrick Sullivan, Arkansas-Little Rock
2. Scott Anderson, Ohio State
3. Edward McGlasson, Colorado
4. Garrett Chaussard, Illinois
5. Chris Wilson, Northwestern
6. Korey Mahoney, Eastern Michigan