Women's Golf

    IU Women's Golf Selected for NCAA Central Regional

    Go Hoosiers! Senior Kate Coons finished tied for 20th at the Big Ten Championships and is one of two Hoosiers with NCAA postseason experience as the Hoosiers get ready to head to the NCAA Central Regional.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Senior Kate Coons finished tied for 20th at the Big Ten Championships and is one of two Hoosiers with NCAA postseason experience as the Hoosiers get ready to head to the NCAA Central Regional.
    Go Hoosiers!

    April 29, 2013

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana University women's golf team heads to the postseason as it was one of 24 teams selected to compete in the NCAA Central Regional on the Jimmie Austin OU Golf Course in Norman, Okla. Tournament play runs May 9-11.

    "I am so excited for our team and for the program," said head coach Clint Wallman. "They have worked so hard and it is really gratifying to see them accomplish one of their goals."

    Indiana was one of seven Big Ten teams selected to the postseason, joining Purdue, Northwestern, Penn State, Wisconsin, Michigan State and Ohio State. Michigan State and Wisconsin join the Hoosiers in the Central Regional, with Northwestern and Penn State in the East Regional and Purdue and Ohio State in the West Regional.

    The Hoosiers make their first NCAA postseason appearance since 2010 and fourth overall under the direction of Wallman.

    A total of 72 teams were selected for postseason play, with 24 teams assigned to each region. Joining Indiana, Michigan State and Wisconsin in the Central Regional are Duke, Oklahoma, Florida, Washington, Arizona State, UC Davis, Texas Tech, NC State, Iowa State, SMU, Campbell, Coastal Carolina, Wake Forest, TCU, UT San Antonio, Mississippi State, Lamar, Illinois State, Detroit, Butler and Gonzaga.

    Indiana is coming off a fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships on the Donald Ross Course at French Lick Resort. Senior Kate Coons led the way for the Hoosiers, placing tied for 20th. Freshman Marissa DeCola tied for 26th at her first Big Ten Championships, while sophomore Elizabeth Tong tied for 32nd.

    Eight teams and two individuals from each regional will advance to the championships finals, May 21-24 at the University of Georgia Golf Course in Athens, Ga.

     

     

    NCAA Central Regional
    1. Duke
    2. Oklahoma
    3. Florida
    4. Washington
    5. Arizona State
    6. UC Davis
    7. Texas Tech
    8. North Carolina State
    9. Michigan State
    10. Iowa State
    11. SMU
    12. Campbell
    13. Coastal Carolina
    14. Wake Forest
    15. TCU
    16. Gonzaga
    17. Indiana
    18. UTSA
    19. Mississippi State
    20. Wisconsin
    21. Lamar
    22. Illinois State
    23. Detroit
    24. Butler

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