Match play debuts in the NCAA Women’s National Championship at a time when women's college golf is as deep as ever.
Deeper field, new format could create an NCAA postseason for the books
Duke's Alejandra Congrejo and Celine Boutier, center, celebrate alongside with head coach, Dan Brooks, during the final round of the 2014 NCAA Division 1 Women's Golf Championships at Tulsa Country Club.
NCAA college golf women's regionals fields have been revealed and South Carolina, USC, UCLA and Arizona took the top seeds.
Gamecocks join Pac-12 trio as top seeds at NCAA women's regionals
Representing the top seeds at each of four NCAA women's regional sites around the country: Arizona's Manon Gidali, USC's Annie Park, South Carolina's Justine Dreher and UCLA's Erynne Lee.