Men's Golf in Third Place at NCAA Bryan Regional

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Tomorrow will determine the top five finishers that will advance to the NCAA Finals in Stillwater Oklahoma, from May 25-30th.

Scores were slightly up for the final round to 73.75 on the Par 72, 7,121-yard layout at Traditions Club, which played at an average of 73.84 over 54 holes for the 75-man field.

In the Norman Regional, Virginia finished seventh and two shots back of a tie for fourth between Auburn and Arkansas.

Three sites had 13 teams and 10 individuals not on those teams, while the other three regionals were comprised of 14 teams and five individuals not on those teams.

Sophomore Sam Vincent made a move up the leaderboard with a 2-under-par 70, finishing in a tie for fifth place at -8. Charles Huntzinger closed his season with a 2-over 73 and finished in a tie for 28th.

Baylor finished tied for second in par-4 scoring at 9-over 4.06, third in par-5 scoring at 15-under 4.75 and tied for third in par-3 scoring at 7-over 3.12. The event was shortened from 54 to 36 holes because of thunderstorms Tuesday.

Alabama will enter Wednesday's third and final round of the Regional in a tie for first overall with unranked Iowa State (562). Augusta senior Broc Everett followed up his day-one 67 (-4) with a 5-under-par 66 to lead the Jaguars. NC State's Benjamin Shipp finished third at 12-under-par 201 after shooting 70 in the final round, while the Longhorns' Scottie Scheffler took fourth at 11-under 202 with rounds of 69-65-68. Kansas, Stanford, Iowa State, Alabama and OR all advanced to the NCAA Championship from the region.

"It's very rewarding to get through it and it wasn't easy", Knight said. "He's been a terrific four-year starter for us and his leadership and work ethic set the bar for our season". In another oddity, the host school Ohio State is not even playing this week, as they did not qualify for the postseason. "We are just one stroke out of the lead, "' KU coach Jamie Bermel said. "We are learning that once he gets under par, he likes to keep going, and that's a great characteristic to have". The top five teams advanced to the NCAA Championship.

Schlottman also carded an even-par 72 in his final tour of the course.