News for Friday, May 16, 2014



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Schreiner holds off Oglethorpe for D3 title

Schreiner University won its first NCAA Division III Men’s Championship May 16 in only its second appearance.

First D3 national title for Rhodes

Rhodes College led from the start en route to its first NCAA Division III Women’s Championship.

Indian Hills grabs third NJCAA crown

Indian Hills Community College won its third NJCAA Division I Men’s Championship in four years May 16 at Spirit Hollow Golf Club in Burlington, Iowa.

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Coastal Georgia tops in NAIA

College of Coastal Georgia won its first NAIA Men’s Championship May 16 in its very first national championship.

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NCAA men's golf regionals: Day 2 overview

Here's a quick glance at what happened Friday at each NCAA men's golf regional – with links to the in-depth recap on each.

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Raleigh Regional: Georgia Tech leads big

Top-seeded Georgia Tech leads Washington by 16 shots after two rounds of the NCAA Raleigh (N.C.) Regional.

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Daytona State women repeat at NJCAAs

Daytona State won its second consecutive NJCAA Women’s Championship May 16, and seventh title overall.

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Hee Young Park leads Kingsmill Championship

Hee Young Park topped the leaderboard at 8 under Friday in the suspended second round of the Kingsmill Championship.

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5 Things: Todd takes lead at Byron Nelson

Brendon Todd shot 6-under 64 to move into the lead Friday at the HP Byron Nelson Championship while Paul Casey, Martin Kaymer and Mike Weir are part of a nine-way tie for second, two shots back.

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Tee times: Byron Nelson Championship, Round 3

Here are the tee times and pairings for the third round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship at TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Texas.

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Sugar Grove Regional: Cal bounces back

Top-seeded Cal bounced back from a poor first round, moving into fourth place Friday at the NCAA Sugar Grove (Ill.) Regional.

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Columbia Regional: Okla. St., Arkansas tied for lead

Arkansas fired an 18-under 270 to jump into a share of the lead with 18-hole leader Oklahoma State at the Columbia (Mo.) Regional on Friday.

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Tracker: Todd leads Byron Nelson; Spieth makes cut

The top of the leaderboard is crowded for Friday's second round of the PGA Tour's HP Byron Nelson Championship. Keep up with the highlights from TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Texas, right here.

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Eugene Regional: Stanford, Rodgers expand leads

Stanford's Patrick Rodgers increased his individual lead to six shots while the Cardinal also stretched their team lead and Oregon jumped to third Friday at the NCAA Eugene (Ore.) Regional.

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Auburn Regional: Kennesaw St.'s Burton goes low

Alabama is running away with the NCAA Auburn (Ala.) Regional title, but the race for the other four spots to advance to the NCAA Championship is heating up. See who else made moves on Friday.

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San Antonio Regional: Vanderbilt vaults to 2nd

Vanderbilt entered Friday's second round of the NCAA San Antonio Regional in ninth place. But after a second-round, 15-under 273, the Commodores are now in second place, two shots behind leader Georgia, with one round left.

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LIVE SCORING: 2014 Men's NCAA Regionals

Check out our live scoring from the 2014 NCAA men's regionals from around the country. Simply click on a regional and take a look at the team and individual leaderboards.

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ANNIKA Award Watch List: May 16, 2014

As the women's NCAA Championship is set to kick off next week in Tulsa, we take a look at the five strongest candidates for the inaugural ANNIKA Award presented by 3M.

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UNCG will try to 'stick around' to advance

UNCG's plan for its first-ever NCAA regional appearance? Just to 'stick around' as along as they can and claim a spot at the NCAA Championship field at Prairie Dunes Country Club.

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Andrea Lee hopes to follow in Alison Lee's footsteps

Andrea Lee has captured the No. 1 spot in Golfweek's junior rankings and eyes her first major junior win this summer.

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In this issue: May 16, 2014

Inside the May 16, 2014 issue of Golfweek Magazine's print edition.