College Men

Barry, Lynn headline D-II men's regional lineups

Saturday, April 26, 2014

The 2014 NCAA Division II men's tournament regionals field is set, with 80 teams and 32 individual qualifiers competing at four sites May 5-7 for a trip to the championships. Defending champion Barry will compete in the South Region, as well 2012-13 runner-up Lynn.

Here is the breakdown:

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Atlantic/East Regional

Edgewood Country Club, Charleston, W.Va.

ATLANTIC REGION

Teams

  • 1. Indiana (Pennsylvania)
  • 2. California (Pennsylvania)
  • 3. Charleston (West Virginia)
  • 4. West Chester
  • 5. Millersville [Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference]
  • 6. West Liberty
  • 7. Gannon
  • 8. Concord
  • 9. Mercyhurst
  • 10. Virginia State [Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association]

Individuals

  • 1. Jess Ferrell, Fairmont State
  • 2. Tyler Browning, Bluefield State
  • 3. Brian Bir, Notre Dame (Ohio)
  • 4. Joe Burkinshaw, Shepherd

EAST REGION

Teams

  • 1. Wilmington (Delaware) [Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference]
  • 2. Adelphi [Northeast-10 Conference]
  • 3. St. Thomas Aquinas
  • 4. Le Moyne
  • 5. Bentley
  • 6. Concordia (New York)
  • 7. Nyack
  • 8. Southern New Hampshire
  • 9. American International
  • 10. Dowling

Individuals

  • 1. Keith Prokop, Dominican (New York)
  • 2. Ross Earnshaw, Post
  • 3. Garrett Brown, Goldey-Beacom
  • 4. Joe Parker, Philadelphia U.

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Central/Midwest Regional

Fox Run Golf Course; Eureka, Mo.

CENTRAL REGION

Teams

  • 1. Central Missouri [Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association]
  • 2. Arkansas Tech
  • 3. Henderson State [Great American Conference]
  • 4. Northeastern State
  • 5. Central Oklahoma
  • 6. Nebraska-Kearney
  • 7. Southeastern Oklahoma State
  • 8. Lindenwood (Missouri)
  • 9. Southwestern Oklahoma State
  • 10. St. Cloud State [Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference]

Individuals

  • 1. Trey Herman, Fort Hayes State
  • 2. Ross Miller, Minnesota State, Mankato
  • 3. Kowan O’Keefe, Minot State
  • 4. Ryan Burek, Missouri Southern State

MIDWEST REGION

Teams

  • 1. Malone [Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletics Conference]
  • 2. Missouri-St. Louis
  • 3. Grand Valley State
  • 4. Wayne State
  • 5. Indianapolis [Great Lakes Valley Conference]
  • 6. Ferris State
  • 7. Lewis
  • 8. Saginaw Valley State
  • 9. Ashland
  • 10. Tiffin

Individuals

  • 1. Marcus Hunt, Findlay
  • 2. Jake Wisniewski, Wisconsin-Parkside
  • 3. Nathan Nottrott, McKendree
  • 4. Nick Lees, Maryville (Missouri)

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South/Southeast Regional

Savannah Quarters; Savannah, Ga.

SOUTH REGION

Teams

  • 1. Barry [Sunshine State Conference]
  • 2. Lynn
  • 3. Nova Southeastern
  • 4. West Florida [Gulf South Conference]
  • 5. North Alabama
  • 6. Saint Leo
  • 7. Florida Tech
  • 8. Rollins
  • 9. Florida Southern
  • 10. Delta State

Individuals

  • 1. Corey Evans, West Georgia
  • 2. John Fordham, Valdosta State
  • 3. Alex Jones, Valdosta State
  • 4. Barrett Waters, West Georgia

SOUTHEAST REGION

Teams

  • 1. South Carolina Aiken [Peach Belt Conference]
  • 2. Armstrong
  • 3. Columbus State
  • 4. Flagler
  • 5. Georgia College
  • 6. Clayton State
  • 7. Queens (North Carolina)
  • 8. Erskine [Conference Carolinas]
  • 9. Limestone
  • 10. Carson-Newman [South Atlantic Conference]

Individuals

  • 1. Nicolas Fonseca, Barton
  • 2. Benedict Gebhardt, Wingate
  • 3. Robert Prior, Lander
  • 4. Sebastian Andersen, Mount Olive

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South Central/West Regional

Grey Rock Golf Course; Austin, Texas

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION

Teams

  • 1. Western New Mexico [Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference]
  • 2. St. Edward’s [Heartland Conference]
  • 3. Dallas Baptist
  • 4. Colorado School of Mines
  • 5. Cameron
  • 6. Midwestern State
  • 7. St. Mary’s (Texas)
  • 8. Colorado State-Pueblo
  • 9. Colorado Christian
  • 10. Colorado-Colorado Springs

Individuals

  • 1. Colin Prater, Colorado Mesa
  • 2. James Bolton, Newman
  • 3. C.J. Clem, Texas A&M-Commerce
  • 4. Steven DaSilva, Regis (Colorado)

WEST REGION

Teams

  • 1. Cal State Monterey Bay
  • 2. Cal State Chico
  • 3. Cal State Stanislaus [California Collegiate Athletic Association]
  • 4. Sonoma State
  • 5. Simon Fraser
  • 6. Western Washington
  • 7. UC San Diego
  • 8. Hawaii Hilo [Pacific West Conference]
  • 9. Dixie State
  • 10. California Baptist

Individuals

  • 1. Drew Nelson, Dominican (California)
  • 2. Jordan Guillen, Cal State San Bernardino
  • 3. Taylor Hood, Cal State San Bernardino
  • 4. Nick Hardy, Northwest Nazarene