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Monday 05/26
NCAA Championships - Final RD
Golf - Men
279
Saturday 05/24
NCAA Championships - RD 1
Golf - Men
292
Saturday 05/24
NCAA Championships - RD 2
Golf - Men
286
Saturday 05/17
NCAA Missouri Regional - Final RD
Golf - Men
277
Friday 05/16
NCAA Missouri Regional - RD 2
Golf - Men
270
Thursday 05/15
NCAA Missouri Regional - RD 1
Golf - Men
289
Sunday 04/27
SEC Championship - Final RD
Golf - Men
275
Saturday 04/26
SEC Championship - RD 2
Golf - Men
287
Friday 04/25
SEC Championship - RD 1
Golf - Men
280
Sunday 04/06
Aggie Invitational - Final RD
Golf - Men
301
Saturday 04/05
Aggie Invitational - 36 Holes
Golf - Men
606
Tuesday 03/25
Valspar Invitational At Floridian - Final RD
Golf - Men
279
Monday 03/24
Valspar Invitational At Floridian - 36 Holes
Golf - Men
569
Tuesday 03/04
Querencia Cabo Collegiate Invitational - Final RD
Golf - Men
287
Monday 03/03
Querencia Cabo Collegiate Invitational - RD 2
Golf - Men
296
Sunday 03/02
Querencia Cabo Collegiate Invitational - RD 1
Golf - Men
Sunday 02/23
Bayou City Collegiate Championships - Final RD
Golf - Men
282
Saturday 02/22
Bayou City Collegiate Championships - RD 2
Golf - Men
286
Friday 02/21
Bayou City Collegiate Championships - RD 1
Golf - Men
287
Sunday 02/16
Gator Invitational - Final RD
Golf - Men
279
   
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Razorbacks No. 2 seed at Regional

05/06/2013
Athletic Communications
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The No. 13 University of Arkansas men’s golf team was named the No. 2 seed at the 2013 NCAA Fayetteville Regional on a selection show at NCAA.com on Monday night.  The regional is scheduled for May 16-18 at Blessings Golf Club and hosts 14 five-man teams and five individuals.

The NCAA Fayetteville Regional is the first time that the Razorback men have hosted an NCAA golf event and the sixth consecutive regional that head coach Brad McMakin has taken his team to in his seven years at the helm of the program.  Arkansas needs to finish among the top five teams at the regional to advance to the NCAA Championship.

“I am really excited to host the regional and to get a No. 2 seed,” McMakin said.  “There are some excellent teams that have been selected to come to Fayetteville so we will certainly have to be at our best to advance to the NCAA Championship.  I can’t thank Jeff Long, the administration and John Tyson enough for their support in this endeavor.”

Along with Arkansas, No. 5 Texas, No. 16 Oklahoma State, No. 21 SMU, No. 28 Kent State, No. 32 Illinois, No. 40 Liberty, No. 45 Tulsa, Kentucky, Colorado, Indiana, UNC-Wilmington, UMKC and Alabama State will make their way to Fayetteville for an opportunity to move on to the NCAA Championship.


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