College Men

NCAA regionals: Who's in, who's out

Greg Eason and the seventh-ranked UCF Knights failed to make the NCAA Championship.
Greg Eason and the seventh-ranked UCF Knights failed to make the NCAA Championship.

Sunday, May 18, 2014

As NCAA regional action wrapped up on Saturday at six venues across the U.S., we take a look at the 30 teams that advanced and their respective Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings.

We also break down top-30 teams that failed to advance and take a look at the six individuals who moved on to the NCAA Championship at Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson, Kan.:

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Teams that advanced

  • 1. Alabama
  • 2. Georgia Tech
  • 3. Georgia
  • 4. Stanford
  • 5. Oklahoma State
  • 6. California
  • 8. Illinois
  • 9. Washington
  • 10. Houston
  • 11. Texas AM
  • 13. Texas
  • 14. Virginia Tech
  • 15. Vanderbilt
  • 16. UAB
  • 17. LSU
  • 18. UCLA
  • 19. Oklahoma
  • 20. South Carolina
  • 21. Auburn
  • 23. Arkansas
  • 24. Florida State
  • 25. USC
  • 31. SMU
  • 33. Kentucky
  • 39. Kennesaw State
  • 43. Iowa State
  • 44. Oregon
  • 45. Missouri
  • 46. Georgia State
  • 51. Purdue

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Top-30 teams that failed to qualify

  • 7. UCF
  • 12. Virginia
  • 22. New Mexico
  • 26. Baylor
  • 27. Arizona State
  • 28. UNLV
  • 29. Clemson
  • 30. South Florida

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Individuals that advanced

  • Denny McCarthy, Viriginia, is ranked No. 18
  • Ricardo Gouveia, UCF, is ranked No. 26
  • Taylor Pendrith, Kent State, is ranked No. 33
  • Marco Iten, Austin Peay, is ranked No. 161
  • Chris Robb, Chattanooga, is ranked No. 240
  • Cyrus Stewart, Wake Forest, is ranked No. 454