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April 25, 2016

NCAA Stanford Regional

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State University women’s golf team will compete in its 22nd consecutive NCAA Regional under Hall of Fame head coach Therese Hession and for the 23rd time in her 25-year career. The Buckeyes’ route for admission into what would be Hession’s 15th NCAA Championships sends Ohio State to the NCAA Stanford Regional (May 5-7) at the Stanford University Golf Course.

Ohio State is seeded No. 8 in the 18-team field which includes six additional individual competitors:
(Golfstat ranking listed in parenthesis)
1 – USC (2)
2 – Arkansas (7)
3 – Stanford (12)
4 – Virginia (15)
5 – UNLV (18)
6 – San Diego State (21)
7 – Texas Tech (26)
8 – Ohio State (31)
9 – Colorado (34)
10 – Wake Forest (39)
11 – Michigan State (42)
12 – North Carolina (45)
13 – Pepperdine (49)
14 – San Jose State (54)
15 – UC Riverside (96)
16 – Idaho (100)
17 – Richmond (127)
18 – Seton Hall (198)

Individuals:
1 – Kassidy Teare (Long Beach State)
2 – Martina Edberg (Cal State Fullerton)
3 – Andrea Wong (UC Davis)
4 – Katrina Prendergast (Colorado State)
5 – Paige Lee (UC Davis)
6 – Kristin Simonsen (Fresno State)

A total of 384 participants have been selected for regional competition. Of these players, 132 will advance to the NCAA Championships finals (May 20-25) at Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Ore., as six teams and three individuals move on from each regional. Live coverage from the finals will be provided by the Golf Channel.