Cowgirl Golf Beginning NCAA Run At Stanford Regional – Oklahoma State University


STILLWATER – The Oklahoma State women’s golf team will begin their hunt for a national title at the NCAA Women’s Golf Regional at Stanford Golf Course in Stanford, California on May 10-12.
 
OSU will carry the momentum of a historic, record-breaking Big 12 Championship into the postseason. This is Oklahoma State’s 27th NCAA Regional appearance and the Cowgirls re looking to advance to the NCAA Championships for the 22nd time in program history.
 
The low six teams and the low three individuals not on those teams at each of the four NCAA Regional sites (for a total of 24 teams and 12 individuals) will advance to the NCAA National Championship in Scottsdale, Arizona on May 21-26.
 
The Cowgirls will use the same starting lineup that won the Big 12 championship; Lianna Bailey, Isabella Fierro, Maja Stark, Rina Tatematsu and Han-Hsuan Yu. Maddison Hinson-Tolchard will serve as the alternate.
 
OSU finished the regular season with five team titles in addition to five individual titles. The Cowgirls were listed at No. 4 in GolfWeek’s national spring rankings that were released last week.
 
Oklahoma State has an impressive history at the Stanford Golf Course over the years. OSU finished third in the 1982 and 1989 NCAA Championships held on that course and the lowest round in school history was carded at Stanford – a 64 by Am Ruengmateekhun in 2011.
 
OSU will tee off at 10 a.m. CT on May 10, and fans can follow the live scoring at GolfStat.com.
 
 



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