|2022 NCAA Ann Arbor Regional|
|Course||University of Michigan Golf Course|
|Format||Play 5, Count 4, Top Four Teams Advance|
|Tee Times||18 Holes Wednesday: 8 a.m. Tee Times off Holes 1&10|
|Teams (by seed)||San Jose State, Virginia, Michigan, Arkansas, UCF, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Washington, Ohio state, Pepperdine, Xavier, Oakland|
|Live Scoring provided by Golfstat.com|
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State jumped two spots after 36-holes of the 2022 NCAA Ann Arbor Regional Tuesday after a second-round score of 304 (+20) on the University of Michigan Golf Course. The Buckeyes are tied for sixth with Pepperdine, Virginia Tech and UCF.
The Buckeyes (300-304=604/+36) have 18 holes remaining Wednesday to climb into the Top 4 at the 12-team regional in order to advance to the 24-team national tournament. Washington is currently fifth (598) with Michigan in fourth (593).
This year, there are six regional sites with the Top 4 teams from each regional advancing to the national tournament at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, May 20-25. The top two individuals from each region not on one of the advancing teams also will move on to Arizona.
Freshman Faith Choi matched her first-round score with another 75 to pace the Buckeyes on day two of the three-day, 54-hole regional. She leads the Buckeyes at +8 and tied for No. 27 overall.
No. 8 ranked Virginia leads the event after a 3-under round of 281 Tuesday to head into the final day at +7 overall (575). Natasha Andrea Oon of San Jose State leads the tournament at 3-under 139 on the par 71 course.
Overall, Ohio State has appeared in NCAA Regional competitions 27 times, the last in 2019 in Cle Elum, Washington. The Buckeyes have advance to the NCAA Championships 22 times, the last being in 2018 in Stillwater, Okla.
The Buckeyes are familiar with the University of Michigan Golf Course, where the 2021-22 season began for Ohio State. The Buckeyes finished tied for ninth overall in the 16-team field Sept. 13-14, 2021 at the Wolverine Invitational. Seumanutafa finished tied for the No. 8 spot individually at 3-over par (216).
|2022 Ann Arbor NCAA Regional|