NSU Men’s Golf Places Three on All-America Scholar List

NORMAN, Okla. – Announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), the Nova Southeastern men’s golf trio of Jonny Cachon, Emanuel Olofsson and Joseba Torres have each been recognized as 2021-22 Srixon/Cleveland Golf NCAA Division II All-America Scholars.

To be eligible for Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar nominations, an individual must be a sophomore, junior or senior both academically and athletically. In addition, they must have participated in 50 percent of their team’s competitive rounds, have had a stroke average under 78.0 and maintain a minimum cumulative career grade-point average of 3.2. A recipient must also be of high moral character and be in good standing at his college or university.
 
In all, 174 NCAA Division II athletes from 66 schools earned 2021-22 Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar honors.

The owner of a cumulative 3.41 GPA while majoring in Finance, Cachon posted a pair of runner-up finishes in seven tournament appearances in his final year as a Shark. Cachon fired a season-low round of (-5) 66 at the NSU Shark Invitational before ultimately closing 2021-22 with an overall scoring average of 73.00.  

Olofsson secured his second straight All-America Scholar honor after concluding the spring with a 3.91 cumulative GPA in Sport and Recreation Management. In nine tournaments this year, the Swede recorded a collective scoring average of 72.48 en route to being selected Second Team All-Sunshine State Conference. He tallied a total of 11 rounds of par or better and racked up four Top-10 finishes, including a tie for fourth at Barry’s The Battle at the Shores.

Torres cracks the list for the first time in his career having wrapped up his sophomore year with a cumulative GPA of 3.64 in Finance. The Spaniard competed in eight tournaments for the Sharks in 2021-22, coming away with seven rounds of par or better. He tied for sixth at Florida Southern’s Matlock Collegiate Classic, finishing the season with a final scoring average of 73.67.

The entire list of 2021-22 Srixon/Cleveland Golf NCAA Division II All-America Scholars can be found here.

To stay up-to-date with the Sharks, visit NSUSharks.com or follow them on Instagram and Twitter at @NSU_MGolf.
 

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NSU Alumni Richard Mansell Set to Live Out Dream at 150th Open Championship

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Former Nova Southeastern men’s golf alumni Richard Mansell got his feet wet a year ago after competing in his first career Open Championship – and first career major for that matter. Back for his second dose of The Open in 2022, the 27-year old is now about to experience an even bigger moment as the season’s final major heads to The Home of Golf with the opening round of the 150th Open Championship set to tee off Thursday morning at the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland.

Mansell’s opening-round tee time is scheduled for 6:04 a.m. ET.

The Staffordshire, England native earned a spot in The Open for the second straight time after shooting rounds of 73 and 70 at a qualifier in Holinwell, which served as one of four venues for Final Qualifying. To add icing on the cake, Mansell will also check off a bucket list item – competing in the same tournament as his “hero” Tiger Woods.  

“Obviously, when we qualified for the U.S. Open, we were really hoping Tiger was going to be there just to play an event with him,” Mansell said after qualifying a few weeks ago. “He’s kind of said that he’s going to be at St Andrews, so even just to do that, you’re hopeful you’re just in the same event as your hero.”

Woods has confirmed he will be playing this week. Mansell will also be back at The Open, where he hopes to build upon his strong showing in his major debut in 2021 when he posted rounds of 72 and 69 to make the cut before finishing tied for 74th – ahead of names like Phil Mickelson and Patrick Cantlay.

“Royal St George’s (the site of last year’s event) was a great experience – to play in my first major and make the cut,” Mansell said in a previous interview. “So it was a goal of mine this year to get to The 150th Open at St Andrews. It’s what you dream of growing up, what you work so hard for.”

Mansell’s game has been in solid form this season, as the 2017 NSU graduate has earned three Top-10 finishes on the DP World Tour along with an appearance at the U.S. Open in mid-June. He currently ranks 76th on the DP World Tour and 297th in the world overall.

“The 150th Open at St. Andrews is going to be an amazing experience for Richard,” said NSU head coach Joey Marino, who served as an assistant on the staff in Mansell’s final two seasons with the program. “I am looking forward to watching him compete. He has had an awesome season this year on the DP World Tour, and hope he continues that this week. Richard is still very connected to the Shark program and we wish him nothing but the best!”

Mansell finished his three-year career with the Sharks as the one of the most illustrious players in program history, making an instant impact since his arrival on campus in the fall of 2014. In his first season alone, Mansell collected First Team All-America honors and finished as the No.3 player in NCAA Division II all while guiding the Sharks to the program’s second-ever National Championship. Mansell would eventually become a three-time, All-Sunshine State Conference selection and a three-time All-American. He once again ranked among the nation’s Top-10 in 2016 following an individual berth to the National Championship before wrapping up his career by representing Team Europe at the 2017 Arnold Palmer Cup, in addition to being named a finalist for the Jack Nicklaus Division II Player of the Year award. His five career wins rank tied for second-most in program history.

HOW TO WATCH

NBC and USA will share TV coverage of the 2022 Open Championship. USA will air an exclusive telecast on Thursday and Friday, as well as early morning coverage on the weekend. NBC takes the reins for the heart of the third and final rounds on Saturday and Sunday.

Here’s the complete 2022 Open Championship TV schedule for the week (all times ET):

Thursday, July 14: 4 a.m.-3 p.m. (USA)
Friday, July 15: 4 a.m.-3 p.m. (USA)
Saturday, July 16: 5-7 a.m. ET (USA); 7 a.m.-3 p.m. (NBC)
Sunday, July 17: 4-7 a.m. ET (USA); 7 a.m.-2 p.m. (NBC)

Fans can also stream the entire 2022 Open Championship via Peacock, including exclusive early coverage on the first two days, Featured Group and Featured Hole coverage for all four days of the tournament and more. Fans can also stream the Featured Group and Featured Hole coverage on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app.

 
 
 

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NSU Men’s Golf Trio Earns PING All-America Honors

NORMAN, Okla. – After guiding the Sharks to a pair of tournament wins and a return trip to regionals in 2021-22, Nova Southeastern men’s golfers Javier Calles, Mike Hay and Josep Serra have each been selected as 2022 NCAA Division II PING All-Americans, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA).

Calles has been named a member of the All-America Third Team, while both Hay and Serra have earned All-America Honorable Mention.

An honorable mention pick a year ago, Calles returns to the All-America list following a season in which he was also recognized as a PING All-South Region performer and a First Team All-Sunshine State Conference honoree. The sophomore competed in all 11 tournaments for the Sharks in 2021-22, posting a team-best scoring average of 71.48 in the process. Calles collected a pair of wins at the Miami Collegiate and at Rollins’ McDonough Cup that resulted in consecutive SSC Player of the Week awards. He also placed third at Florida Tech’s Panther Invitational and tied for eighth at the NCAA Division II South/Southeast Regional. Calles concluded the season ranked as the No. 23 player in the nation.
 
Hay’s game rounded into form during 2021-22, resulting in the first career All-America honor for the Saltburn, England native. Like Calles, Hay was also a member of both the PING All-South Region Team and a First Team All-SSC selection. He recorded a scoring average of 71.58 over the course of 11 tournament appearances, twice matching a season-low with rounds of (-5) 67, and earned three Top-5 finishes and five Top-10’s including a tie for sixth at the SSC Championship. Hay wrapped up the spring as the No. 27 player in DII.

Serra set the bar quite high in his freshman season with the Sharks, adding the All-America accolade after previously being named SSC Freshman of the Year and the recipient of the 2022 NCAA Division II Phil Mickelson Outstanding Freshman Award. Additionally, Serra landed on the PING All-South Region Team and was a member of the All-SSC Second Team following a year in which he produced five Top-10 finishes, including a third-place finish at the Saint Leo Invitational and a tie for eighth at the NCAA Division II South/Southeast Regional. He rounded out the season with a scoring average of 72.36 and ranked as the No. 30 player in the nation.

For a complete list of the Division II PING All-America Teams, click here.

To stay up-to-date with the Sharks, visit NSUSharks.com or follow them on Instagram and Twitter at @NSU_MGolf.
 

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Former NSU Shark Richard Mansell Set for U.S. Open Debut Thursday

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Former Nova Southeastern men’s golf alumni Richard Mansell hopes to leave his mark on one of professional golf’s biggest stages this week when the 122nd United States Open Championship gets underway Thursday from The Country Club in Brookline, Mass.

Mansell will be making his debut at the U.S. Open, and second career appearance at a major after making the cut at the Open Championship in England last July. His opening-round tee time is scheduled for 8:46 a.m.

A 2017 graduate of NSU, Mansell appears to be finding his form at the right time, having earned three Top-10 finishes over the course of a four-event series on the DP World Tour to gain exemption into this week’s tournament. Mansell placed ninth at the Dutch Open at the end of May before tying for third a week later at the Porsche European Open – his best finish of the season. He currently ranks 58th on the DP World Tour and 282nd in the world.

Mansell finished his three-year career with the Sharks as the one of the most illustrious players in program history, making an instant impact since his arrival on campus in the fall of 2014. In his first season alone, the Staffordshire, England native earned First Team All-America honors and finished as the No.3 player in NCAA Division II all while guiding the Sharks to the program’s second-ever National Championship. Mansell would eventually become a three-time, All-Sunshine State Conference selection and a three-time All-American. He once again ranked among the nation’s Top-10 in 2016 following an individual berth to the National Championship before wrapping up his career by representing Team Europe at the 2017 Arnold Palmer Cup in addition to being named a finalist for the Jack Nicklaus Division II Player of the Year award. His five career wins rank tied for second-most in program history.

HOW TO WATCH

Television coverage of the 2022 U.S. Open will be provided by NBC and USA. USA will handle early-round coverage on Thursday, Friday and Sunday. NBC will take over the broadcasts in the afternoon all four days, with exclusive TV coverage of Saturday’s third round.

Below is the full U.S. Open TV schedule for the week (all times Eastern Standard):
Thursday, June 16: 9:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. (USA); 2 – 5 p.m. (NBC); 5 – 7 p.m. (USA)
Friday, June 17: 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. (USA); 4 – 7 p.m. (NBC)
Saturday, June 18: 12 – 8 p.m. (NBC)
Sunday, June 19: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. (USA); 12 – 7 p.m. (NBC)
 
 
 

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Sharks Miss Bid to Nationals by Three Shots

VALDOSTA, Ga. – Needing to finish within the Top-6 of the leaderboard to punch its ticket to the National Championship, the Nova Southeastern men’s golf team came up just three shots short after earning eighth place at the NCAA Division II South/Southeast Super Regional on Saturday evening. The Sharks finished at five-over par for the tournament.

INSIDE THE TOURNAMENT:
Tournament Finish: 8th of 20 Teams
Tournament Champion: Limestone
Location: Kinderlou Forest Golf Club | Valdosta, Ga.
Par/Yardage: 72/7,420
Get Social: Twitter – @NSU_MGolf | Instagram – @NSU_MGolf

HOW IT HAPPENED:

  • Scoring conditions toughened on Saturday, as the course average hit 75.39 in the final round – nearly three strokes higher than Thursday’s opening round.
  • As a result, despite shooting a collective (+9) 297, NSU nearly slipped into the Top-6 with just two teams scoring in the red in the final round.
  • One of those teams to shoot under-par, Limestone, ran away with the regional title thanks to a three-under par performance on Saturday. Limestone finished at 17-under par for the tournament, 10 strokes clear of runner-up Barry.
  • Lee and North Georgia also earned spots into nationals after finishing at four-under par, while Goergia Southwestern (E) and Florida Southern (+2) claimed the final two bids.
  • Javier Calles and Josep Serra both finished tied for eighth at four-under par to lead the Sharks.
  • Mike Hay earned a share of 41st at three-over par, while Emanuel Olofsson tied for 75th after concluding play at 10-over.
  • Jonny Cachon tied for 102nd with a 54-hole score of 18-over par.  

STATS OF THE DAY:

  • Calles’ 11 combined birdies were most on the team.

BEYOND THE SCORECARD:

  • West Georgia’s Austin Fulton and King’s Samuel Trueba qualified for nationals as the Top-2 individuals from non-advancing teams.

STAY SOCIAL:
To stay up-to-date with the Sharks, follow them on Instagram and Twitter at @NSU_MGolf.
 

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Sharks Sneak in Second Round Before Weather Halts Play at Super Regional

VALDOSTA, Ga. – Grouped in the early wave Friday, the Nova Southeastern men’s golf team posted a score of (-3) 285 before second-round action of the NCAA Division II South/Southeast Super Regional was suspended due to weather with 11 teams still on the course. The Sharks currently find themselves tied for 10th on the leaderboard with play set to resume Saturday morning at 7 a.m.

INSIDE THE TOURNAMENT:
Tournament Standing: T10th of 20 Teams
Tournament Leader: Barry
Location: Kinderlou Forest Golf Club | Valdosta, Ga.
Par/Yardage: 72/7,420
Get Social: Twitter – @NSU_MGolf | Instagram – @NSU_MGolf

HOW IT HAPPENED:

  • Led by a trio of two-under par rounds from Javier Calles, Mike Hay and Josep Serra, NSU bumped up from 11th into a tie for 10th – now four-under par for the tournament.
  • Thanks to a six-under par effort, Barry took over atop the leaderboard at 17-under overall. The Buccaneers own a two-shot edge over a Limestone team that still has between three and six holes to complete in the second round.
  • Despite being tied for 10th, NSU sits just five strokes behind both Barton and Florida Southern for fourth place.
  • Calles shot a bogey-free, three-under par on the back nine to move into a tie for fourth at five-under par for the tournament. The sophomore is currently two off the pace set by co-leaders Clay Tucker of Florida Southern and A.J. Ewart of Barry.
  • Serra stands just one back of Calles at four-under and in a tie for 11th.
  • Hay shook off an early bogey on No. 2 by shooting a bogey-free, two-under par the rest of the way to rise into a share of 43rd at even-par through two rounds.
  • A (+3) 75 on Friday has Emanuel Olofsson now in a tie for 81st at five-over par overall, while Jonny Cachon carded his second consecutive round of (+5) 77 to close the day tied for 105th.

STATS OF THE DAY:

  • Prior to play being suspended, scoring conditions proved to be just a tad tougher on Friday with the scoring average moving from 72.49 to 72.78.

BEYOND THE SCORECARD:

  • The Top-6 teams in the 20-team field, along with the Top-2 individuals on a non-advancing team, will qualify for the NCAA Division II National Championship on May 16-20 at TPC Michigan in Detroit, Mich.
     

UP NEXT:
Due to the weather circumstances, NSU will remain grouped with West Florida and North Georgia in Saturday’s final round. Tee times are once again scheduled for 9:10 a.m. For coverage, visit NSUSharks.com or follow the Sharks on Instagram and Twitter at @NSU_MGolf.
 

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Calles, Serra Post Red Numbers in Opening Round of Super Regional

VALDOSTA, Ga. – Javier Calles fired a round of (-3) 69, while Josep Serra shot (-2) 70, as the Nova Southeastern men’s golf team collectively wrapped up round one of the NCAA Division II South/Southeast Super Regional at one-under par and in 11th on the leaderboard Thursday. Calles and Serra currently sit tied for eighth and tied for 19th, respectively,

INSIDE THE TOURNAMENT:
Tournament Standing: 11th of 20 Teams
Tournament Leader(s): West Georgia and Delta State
Location: Kinderlou Forest Golf Club | Valdosta, Ga.
Par/Yardage: 72/7,420
Get Social: Twitter – @NSU_MGolf | Instagram – @NSU_MGolf

HOW IT HAPPENED:

  • The Sharks were one of 11 teams in the field to shoot under-par on Thursday, with the scoring average finishing at 72.49.
  • West Georgia and Delta State went low early in the day and watched their 12-under par efforts hold up, as the two teams currently own a share of the lead.
  • Barry, the nation’s top-ranked team, finds itself just one back at 11-under par.
  • Limestone (-7) concluded round one in fourth, while both Columbus State and Barton round out the Top-5 with identical scores of six-under par.
  • Calles opened with a birdie right off the bat on No. 1 before sinking two more down the stretch on No. 15 and No. 17 to secure his round of (-3) 69. The sophomore is currently four back of the leader, Muhammad Afif Mohd Fathi of Barton.
  • Serra closed with a bogey on No. 18, yet birdied three of the four Par-5’s to finish the afternoon at two-under in his first career regional round.
  • Mike Hay and Emanuel Olofsson shot matching rounds of (+2) 74 on Thursday to grab a share of 68th.
  • Jonny Cachon will head into Friday’s second round tied for 98th at five-over par.

STATS OF THE DAY:

  • The Sharks’ combined 61 pars were third-most in the field Thursday.

BEYOND THE SCORECARD:

  • The Top-6 teams in the 20-team field, along with the Top-2 individuals on a non-advancing team, will qualify for the NCAA Division II National Championship on May 16-20 at TPC Michigan in Detroit, Mich.
     

UP NEXT:
Grouped with West Florida and North Georgia, NSU will tee off round two at 9:10 a.m. on Friday. For coverage, visit NSUSharks.com or follow the Sharks on Instagram and Twitter at @NSU_MGolf.
 

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Sharks Begin Play at the NCAA Men’s Golf South Super Regional Thursday

TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
Tournament: 2022 NCAA Division II Men’s Golf South Super Regional
Dates: Thursday, May 5 – Saturday, May 7
Location: Kinderlou Forest Golf Club | Valdosta, Ga. 
Host: Valdosta State
Course Par/Yardage: Par 72 | 7,420 yards 
Format: 54-hole stroke play (18-18-18)
Live Scoring: Golfstat
Social Media: Instagram and Twitter at @NSU_MGolf

LINEUP (OPENING ROUND TEE TIMES)
No. 1 – Mike Hay (12:30 PM, Hole 1)
No. 2 – Javier Calles (12:20 PM, Hole 1)
No. 3 – Josep Serra (12:10 PM, Hole 1)
No. 4 – Emanuel Olofsson (12:00 PM, Hole 1)
No. 5 – Jonny Cachon (11:50 AM, Hole 1)

TEE OFF
The No. 13 Nova Southeastern men’s golf team will begin its push for the program’s third national title when the 2022 NCAA Division II South Super Regional begins Thursday morning in Valdosta, Ga.

FORMAT
The 2022 edition of the tournament will once again set up as three rounds of stroke play over the course of three days, with the tee times reshuffled according to team score following the conclusion of each round. The Top-6 teams in the 20-team field, along with the Top-2 individuals on a non-advancing team, will qualify for the NCAA Division II National Championship on May 16-20 at TPC Michigan in Detroit, Mich.

THE FIELD (GOLFSTAT RANKINGS)
No. 1 Barry, No. 3 Lee, No. 4 Carson-Newman, No. 5 Lincoln Memorial, No. 6 South Carolina-Aiken, No. 8 North Georgia, No. 9 Georgia Southwestern, No. 10 Limestone, No. 11 West Florida, No. 13 Nova Southeastern, No. 15 Florida Southern, No. 17 Barton College, No. 19 Columbus State, No. 22 Saint Leo, No. 23 Lynn, No. 24 Queens (N.C.), No. 28 West Georgia, No. 33 Delta State, No. 50 King, Spring Hill.

INDIVIDUAL QUALIFIERS
Ian Aldarondo, Embry-Riddle (Fla.)
Mauro Baez, Flagler
Tom Bueschges, Newberry
Alberto Dominguez, Erskine
Wesley Hanson, Valdosta State
Maxime Legros, Lander
Jordan Logue, Mississippi College
Andrew Riley, Palm Beach Atlantic

NSU IN THE RANKINGS
The Sharks have hovered around the Top-10 of the Golfstat poll throughout the entire season and enter regional play currently No. 13 in Division II.

Player Rankings
Mike Hay – No. 23
Javier Calles – No. 35
Josep Serra – No. 51
Emanuel Olofsson – No. 67
Jonny Cachon – No. 114

LAST TIME OUT
The Sharks fired a collective eight-under par in the final round to capture third at the 2022 Sunshine State Conference Championship on Apr. 12.

NSU used the same lineup at the SSC Championship that it’ll roll out at this week’s regional, as Mike Hay led the way with a tie for sixth on the leaderboard. Emanuel Olofsson earned a share of ninth, while Javier Calles tied for 14th. Jonny Cachon collected a tie for 26th, with Josep Serra placing tied for 36th.

TOURNAMENT HISTORY
The Sharks last claimed the South Region crown back in 2015 before eventually going on to win the program’s second National Championship that same year.
 

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Serra’s Freshman of the Year Award Highlights Bevy of All-SSC Honors

MELBOURNE, Fla. – Becoming the program’s second consecutive and sixth overall all-time, Nova Southeastern men’s golfer Josep Serra was selected as the Sunshine State Conference Freshman of the Year on Wednesday. Serra follows up teammate Javier Calles, who won the award in 2021.

Serra was one of four NSU players to be recognized by the league, more than any other SSC program. On top of his Freshman of the Year honor, the Spaniard was also named to the All-SSC Second Team. Both Calles and Mike Hay landed on the All-SSC First Team for the first time in their careers, while Emanuel Olofsson garnered his first-career, All-SSC nod as a second-team member.

Voting for the All-SSC Men’s Golf Teams was conducted among the conference’s men’s golf coaches.

Competing in all 10 tournaments thus far in 2021-22, Serra has registered a scoring average of 72.53 across 30 rounds. He has notched four Top-10 finishes along the way, including a third-place finish at the Saint Leo Invitational, and rattled off 11 straight rounds of even-par or better as part of his 15 overall. According to Golfstat, Serra ranks as the No. 51 player in NCAA Division II.

Hay has led the way for the Sharks with a team-best scoring average of 71.43 while participating in all 10 tournaments this year. Among the 10 events, he has tallied nine Top-20 finishes, five of which have also been within the Top-10. Hay collected a third-place tie at Florida Southern’s Matlock Collegiate Classic and recently tied for sixth at the SSC Championship. He has racked up 18 rounds of even-par or better and is currently ranked No. 23 in the national player rankings.  

Calles checks in with the second-highest ranking of any NSU player at No. 35, having posted a scoring average of 71.57 over the course of 30 rounds. The sophomore picked up a pair of wins at the Miami Collegiate and at Rollins’ McDonough Cup that resulted in consecutive SSC Player of the Week awards. He also placed third at Florida Tech’s Panther Invitational and has totaled 19 rounds at even-par of better, including a season-low of (-7) 65.

Olofsson, meanwhile, has earned Top-10 finishes in half of his eight tournament starts, including back-to-back in NSU’s two most recent events. He has tallied 11 rounds of par or better and owns a scoring average of 72.13 that has propelled him to a national ranking of No. 67.

Barry’s AJ Ewart and Jimmy Stobs earned SSC Men’s Golfer of the Year and SSC Men’s Golf Coach of the Year.  

For a complete list of the 2022 All-SSC Men’s Golf awards, click here.

NSU will open play at the NCAA South Super Regional in Valdosta, Ga. on May 5. For coverage, visit NSUSharks.com or follow the Sharks on Instagram and Twitter at @NSU_MGolf.
 

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Sharks Earn NCAA Men’s Golf South/Southeast Regional Berth

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – For the second time in as many seasons under head coach Joey Marino, the Nova Southeastern men’s golf team is headed back to an NCAA South/Southeast Regional after earning the No. 5 seed out of the South following the announcement of the 2022 NCAA Division II Men’s Golf Championships field on Friday.

The regional will be held at Kinderlou Forest Golf Club in Valdosta, Ga. from May 5-7.

“We’ve worked hard to get to this point and are excited for a chance to compete for a national title,” said Marino. “We gained some valuable postseason experience a year ago and hope that can help us take the next step here in a few weeks,”

Overall, a total of 80 teams and 32 student-athletes competing as individuals have been selected to participate in regional competition.  

At a minimum, the top three teams and the top two student-athletes from a non-advancing team from each regional will advance to the finals on May 16-20 at TPC Michigan in Detroit, Mich. The remaining eight team berths will be allocated based on the regions represented in the prior year’s head-to-head medal play portion of the championships, with the maximum number of teams from a given region capped at seven.

The Sharks are joined by Barry, Florida Southern, Saint Leo and Lynn as the representatives from the Sunshine State Conference to make the field. Barry earned the region’s top seed as the automatic qualifier out of the SSC, while Lee landed the No. 2 seed as the automatic bid out of the Gulf South Conference.

NSU last won the national championship in 2015.
 
To stay up-to-date with NSU throughout the postseason, visit NSUSharks.com or follow the Sharks on Twitter and Instagram at @NSU_MGolf.
 

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