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Illinois after winning the Big Ten Conference Championship.

Illinois after winning the Big Ten Conference Championship.

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RankNameSchoolRating
1Joey GarberGeorgia  68.61 
2Robby SheltonAlabama  68.62 
3Patrick RodgersStanford  68.67 
4Ollie SchniederjansGA Tech  68.81 
5Cameron WilsonStanford  69.05 

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1Alabama 68.92 
2Georgia 69.62 
3Georgia Tech 69.62 
4Oklahoma State 69.72  10 
5California 69.81  11 

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The Florida men's golf team after winning the SEC Championship.

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Notre Dame after winning the Big East Conference Championship.

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Georgia Southern after winning the Southern Conference Championship.

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Liberty after winning the Big South Conference Championship by 31 shots.

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Kennesaw State won its first Atlantic Sun Conference Championship in program history.

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UNC Wilmington after winning the Colonial Athletic Association title.

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Central Florida won the Conference USA title for the third consecutive year.

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Jacksonville State after winning the Ohio Valley Conference Championship.

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Oklahoma State after winning its fifth consecutive Big 12 Conference Championship.

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Texas-Arlington after winning the Southland Conference Championship.

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Charlotte won the Atlantic 10 Conference Championship.

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Army after winning the Patriot League Championship.

APRIL 15-17

  • Southeastern Conference: Florida maintained its second-round lead and finished six shots ahead of Alabama for the SEC Championship title. Florida's Andres Echavarria won the individual title in a playoff with SCORES

APRIL 17-19

  • Big East Conference: For the seventh time in program history, Notre Dame won the Big East Conference Championship. It was the first time since 2006. Junior Max Scodro became the first Irish to win an individual title with his two-shot victory. SCORES
  • Southern Conference: Georgia Southern rallied from four shots behind at the beginning of the final round to win its third So-Con Conference title. Davidson freshman Richard Fountain was medalist. SCORES

APRIL 18-19

  • West Coast Conference: San Francisco defeated defending champion Pepperdine by six shots for its second WCC title in the past three years. Sophomore Taylor Travis won a playoff with San Diego's Alex Ching for individual medalist honors. SCORES
  • The Summit League: After finishing runner-up at the conference championship for the past three years, Missouri Kansas City won the team title by 10 shots. IUPUI's Michael Powell was medalist. SCORES

APRIL 18-20

  • Big South Conference: Liberty swept the top three spots on the individual leaderboad en route to winning the Big South title. Coastal Carolina came in third after winning the past seven years. Preston Dembowiak was the individual medalist. SCORES
  • Atlantic Sun Conference: Kennesaw State led wire-to-wire on the way to the first A-Sun title in program history. Jeff Karlsson posted a 6-under 207 for the Owls and won the individual title. SCORES
  • Southwestern Athletic Conference: Jackson State defeated Alabama State by 24 shots to earn the Southwestern Athletic Conference crown. Alabama A&M's Bradley Story won the individual title. SCORES

APRIL 22-24

  • Atlantic Coast Conference: Claiming the top three individual positions, Georgia Tech rolled to a 20-shot win at the ACC Championship – the Yellow Jackets' third straight conference title. SCORES
  • Colonial Athletic Association: UNC-Wilmington swept the CAA Championship, winning the team title by 10 shots, as Josh Brock won the individual crown. SCORES
  • Ivy League: Yale topped Columbia by 20 shots to win the Ivy League Championship at Galloway National GC. Peter Williamson of Dartmouth held off the Yale sweep by claiming medalist honors. SCORES
  • Horizon League: Led by co-medalists Andrew Bailey and Michael Klaric, Cleveland State won the Horizon League for the fourth time in past six years. The Vikings were seven shots better than runner-up Wright State. SCORES

APRIL 24-26

  • Conference USA: Central Florida posted a final-round, 8-under 280, the best round of the tournament, to win the Conference USA Championship for the third consecutive year. Memphis’ Jonathan Fly won the individual title, with rounds of 67-73-69. SCORES

APRIL 25-26

  • Missouri Valley Conference: Wichita State won its fourth consecutive Missouri Valley Conference title. The Shockers coasted to a 15-shot victory over second-place Illinois State. Drake’s Cody Schweinefus won a playoff for medalist honors. SCORES

APRIL 25-27

  • Sun Belt Conference: Denver won its first conference championship since 2008, upsetting North Texas. The final round of play was canceled because of torrential rain. North Texas claimed the individual champion in Carlos Ortiz. SCORES
  • Ohio Valley Conference: Jacksonville State won its third OVC title after weather canceled Wednesday's final round. The Gamecocks set 18- and 36-hole scoring records on the way to an 18-shot victory. Jacksonville State's Andres Schonbaum won the individual title. SCORES
  • Big 12 Conference: Oklahoma State won its fifth consecutive Big 12 Championship for the 54th conference title in the program's 65-year history. Morgan Hoffmann won the individual title and Cowboy teammate Kevin Tway finished runner-up. SCORESSTORY
  • Southland Conference: Texas-Arlington won its fourth Southland title and its first since 2005 after holding off a charging Lamar. M.J. Daffue won the individual title for Lamar after defeating Central Arkansas' Jad Sinclair in a playoff. SCORES

APRIL 29-MAY 1

  • Pac-10 Conference: USC sophomore Martin Trainer won a lengthy playoff to claim medalist honors at the Pac-10 Championship Sunday. The Trojans also needed a playoff to win the team title. STORYSCORES
  • Mid-American Conference: Kent State won its third straight Mid-American title, upping its total number of conference championships to 19. Junior Mackenzie Hughes edged teammate John Hahn by two shots for individual medalist honors. SCORES
  • Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference: Loyola-Maryland won a fourth consecutive Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title in wire-to-wire fashion. Siena's Don Denyse won a playoff for individual medalist honors. SCORES
  • Northeast Conference: Sacred Heart won the Northeast Conference Championship for the third time in the past four years. Individually, Robert Morris' C.G. Mercatoris was the only player to finish in the red numbers, winning the individual title by two shots. SCORES
  • Big Ten Conference: Led by junior Luke Guthrie, who claimed medalist honors, Illinois won its third consecutive Big Ten Championship. SCORES • STORY

APRIL 30-MAY 1

  • Patriot League: First-year coach Brian Watts guided Army to the Patriot League title for the 10th time as senior Matt Krembel won the individual title. STORYSCORES
  • Atlantic 10 Conference: Charlotte held off Xavier and Richmond to win its sixth consecutive Atlantic 10 Conference Championship. Xavier's Herbert Day won a playoff for individual medalist honors. SCORES

MAY 2-3

  • Big West Conference UC Davis captured its second Big West title in the past three years with a 17-stroke romp. UC Davis's Austin Graham claimed medalist honors in the conference championship for the second time in his career (2009). SCORES

MAY 2-4

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New Mexico State after winning its fourth consecutive Western Athletic Conference title.

  • Western Athletic Conference: New Mexico State won its fourth consecutive conference title, and fourth in the past five years, as four Aggies finished in the top 10. San Jose State's Mark Hubbard defeated Idaho's Damian Telles to win the individual title. SCORES

MAY 5-7

  • Mountain West Conference: San Diego State won its first Mountain West Conference Championship on an exciting final day. Three teams had the lead during the final round, and UNLV’s Derek Ernst won a playoff to earn medalist honors.SCORES
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