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Alabama head coach Jay Seawell, hugs senior Cory Whitsett after the Crimson Tide advanced during match play Tuesday the NCAA Division I Men's Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
Alabama head coach Jay Seawell, hugs senior Cory Whitsett after the Crimson Tide advanced during match play Tuesday the NCAA Division I Men's Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – When people think of Alabama athletics, the first sports team that comes to mind is football. Some people have called the football team, coached under the watchful eye of Nick Saban, a dynasty, winning three national championships in a four-year span.

If Crimson Tide sports fans looked a little harder, they would realize that the men’s golf team isn't far behind – thanks to its three senior leaders: Cory Whitsett, Bobby Wyatt and Trey Mullinax.

It’s unimaginable to think that just a year before the trio came to Tuscaloosa, the team, which included All-Americans Bud Cauley ...

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NCAA golf

Stanford heads into match play without the benefit of the nine-shot lead it forged during three rounds of stroke play at Prairie Dunes to start the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Championship – and advance out of the quarterfinals but get no further in the afternoon.

Oklahoma State defeated Stanford to reach the final, while defending champion Alabama beat SMU in the quarterfinals and SEC rival LSU in the semis to try and win a second-straight title.

Recap the highlights during the semifinals round of match play from Hutchinson, Kan., right here – and keep scrolling down for our previous coverage ...

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Nick Masuda
Patrick Rodgers is one of two Stanford players to make the Division 1 Ping First-Team All-Americans.
Patrick Rodgers is one of two Stanford players to make the Division 1 Ping First-Team All-Americans.

Four players that are still teeing it up at the NCAA Men's Championship will walk off the course with a new honor to add to their respective resumes.

Stanford's Patrick Rodgers and Cameron Wilson, as well as Alabama's Bobby Wyatt and Robby Shelton headline the Division 1 Ping First-Team All-Americans for 2013-14.

Here is a look at the 10-player squad:

Division I PING First-Team All-Americans

  • Julien Brun, TCU
  • Greg Eason, UCF
  • Brandon Hagy, California
  • Patrick Rodgers, Stanford
  • Ollie Schniederjans, Georgia Tech
  • Robby Shelton, Alabama
  • Joel Stalter, California
  • Scott Vincent, Virginia Tech
  • Cameron Wilson, Stanford
  • Bobby Wyatt, Alabama

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Brentley Romine
Stanford senior Cameron Wilson, left, pictured being congratulated by Cardinal head coach Conrad Ray after Monday's third round, won his quarterfinal match Tuesday at the NCAA Championship.
Stanford senior Cameron Wilson, left, pictured being congratulated by Cardinal head coach Conrad Ray after Monday's third round, won his quarterfinal match Tuesday at the NCAA Championship.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. –– Stanford senior Cameron Wilson knows what it feels like to win an NCAA individual title – he did that Monday, defeating Georgia Tech's Ollie Schniederjans in a three-hole playoff.

He knows the nerves. He knows the excitement. He knows the pressure.

Tuesday, he got a taste of match-play pressure.

"It wasn't even close," said Wilson, who needed 18 holes to notch a 1-up victory over Illinois' Alex Burge. The victory clinched a 3-2 victory for the top-seeded Cardinal, who will face Oklahoma State in the semifinals Tuesday afternoon at Prairie Dunes Country Club.

"I had to put ...

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Cassie Stein
Georgia Tech head coach Bruce Heppler and senior Seth Reeves during the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
Georgia Tech head coach Bruce Heppler and senior Seth Reeves during the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – It was a match no one wanted to see this early at the NCAA Championship, but it happened – No. 2 Georgia Tech vs. No. 4 Oklahoma State.

Georgia Tech, who has advanced to match play four of the last five years, fell to Oklahoma State in the quarterfinals at Prairie Dunes Country Club on Tuesday, 4-0-1.

“You can only control what you can (control) and unfortunately that’s not the other team,” Georgia Tech head coach Bruce Heppler said.

Oklahoma State got out of the gates fast as they lead in all five matches between Nos. 10 and ...

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Cassie Stein
LSU assistant coach, Garrett Runion, hugs his player Smylie Kaufman as LSU defeated UCLA during Tuesday quarterfinals of match play of the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
LSU assistant coach, Garrett Runion, hugs his player Smylie Kaufman as LSU defeated UCLA during Tuesday quarterfinals of match play of the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.

HUTCHINSON Kan. – LSU found itself down early in three of its five matches against UCLA at Prairie Dunes on Tuesday morning.

LSU head coach Chuck Winstead didn’t see much play as he dropped back with fifth player Zach Wright as he thought matches would come down to the last player.

That wasn’t the case.

Juniors Ben Taylor and Curtis Thompson fought back in two of the first three matches to put points on the board early for the Tigers, who finished as the third seed after 54 holes of stroke play at the NCAA Championship.

LSU senior Smylie ...

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Brentley Romine
Alabama's Robby Shelton with assistant coach Mike McGraw during Tuesday quarterfinals of match play of the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
Alabama's Robby Shelton with assistant coach Mike McGraw during Tuesday quarterfinals of match play of the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – In golf, there are good days and there are not-so-good days.

Alabama freshman Robby Shelton was having the latter Tuesday at the NCAA Championship. His game wasn't very sharp, he got down early in his quarterfinal match against SMU's Andrew Buchanan and just couldn't get any momentum for much of the match.

Yet, it was Shelton walking off the 18th green at Prairie Dunes Country Club with a 2-up victory, earning the match-clinching point for top-ranked Alabama as it topped SMU, 3-2.

"Attitude is the most important fundamental in the game of golf," said Mike ...

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Lance Ringler
Thomas Detry of Illinois with head coach Mike Small at No. 18 on Monday of the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
Thomas Detry of Illinois with head coach Mike Small at No. 18 on Monday of the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – If you make it to the national-championship game in any other sport and return 80 percent of your lineup, odds are you could be the favorite to win next year. This year, Illinois has quietly gone about its business, like it normally does, and again like normal are not being mentioned as one of the favorites.

Why is this? The facts suggests otherwise.

Illinois is one of just five programs to advance through regional play each year since 2009 when regionals were expanded from three to six. Texas, Texas A&M, USC and UCLA are the others. In fact, the Illini have now played in seven consecutive NCAA Championships.

Let’s go a little deeper. Illinois has participated in match play in three of the last four years. The same number of times we have seen Alabama, Georgia Tech and UCLA in match play. No team has made it in each of the last four years.

Don’t forget Illinois has been ranked in the top 10 all season in both computer polls. Coming into this championship the Illini were No. 7 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings and No. 9 by Golfstat.

Could it be that Champaign, Ill., is not exactly a destination spot for golf? Could that be the answer? Sure, that plays a part. Not many schools where snowflakes fall on a regular basis get mentioned in the elite-status category. But, if there is ever going to be one, Illinois is a good bet.

The ball got rolling when Mike Small was named head coach. Small, now in his 14th season, has made Illinois golf known. Well known.

In a brief conversation following the final round of stroke play with SMU coach Josh Gregory, who led Augusta State to NCAA titles in 2010 and 2011, he simply said: “He is the best in our business.”

You won’t find many that disagree. Not many, if any, coaches could go into the Land of Lincoln and produce the sort of numbers Small’s teams have put up.

To mention a few, Small has guided Illinois to 38 tournament victories. Twice in the last four years, he has had the NCAA individual champion in Scott Langley (2010) and Thomas Pieters (2012). His teams had won five consecutive Big Ten Conference titles before finishing runner-up to Minnesota this year.

Pieters represents the lone player who did not return from last year’s team. Pieters elected to leave after his junior year and pursue a professional career.

“When Thomas turned pro people thought we would take a step back, and these guys are not going to accept that,” Small said of his squad.

Don’t pick them, doubt them, whatever it is, it does not seem to rattle this group of Illini golfers. Playing on this stage is becoming a norm.

“They are used to this. They understand it and they are not afraid,” Small said.

That may explain the effort today deep into a round that could have seen the season end with just one more missed putt. Illinois fought hard to wiggle into the top eight.

Junior Brian Campbell led the charge for his team to qualify for match play with a 7-under 63, a round that was only matched this week by individual champion Cameron Wilson of Stanford.

“We know we belong out here; even though we are considered underdogs, we can ...

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Brentley Romine
Cameron Wilson's winning clubs at the NCAA Men's Championship, where the Stanford senior outlasted Georgia Tech's Ollie Schniederjans in a playoff for the individual title.
Cameron Wilson's winning clubs at the NCAA Men's Championship, where the Stanford senior outlasted Georgia Tech's Ollie Schniederjans in a playoff for the individual title.

A look inside the bag of Stanford's Cameron Wilson, who won the NCAA men's individual title on Monday at Prairie Dunes.

DRIVER: Ping i20 (8.5 degrees, with Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana S+ Series shaft)

FAIRWAY WOOD: Callaway Big Bertha (14 degrees, with Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana S+ Series shaft)

HYBRID: Adams Idea Pro a12 (18 degrees, with Matrix Ozik Altus Tour Hybrid shaft)

IRONS: Miura LH-Blade (4-PW with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts)

WEDGES: Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Slate (56 degree and 60 degree; both with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts); Nike VR Forged (52 degrees, with ...

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Golfweek Staff
Oklahoma State's Talor Gooch found the thick stuff Monday during the NCAA Men's Division I Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
Oklahoma State's Talor Gooch found the thick stuff Monday during the NCAA Men's Division I Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.

The part of the college golf season we’ve all been waiting for is here: match play to declare the 2014 NCAA national champions.

The defending national champions, Alabama will play its first round match against 28th-ranked SMU, while 2013 NCAA runner-up Illinois will kick start its 2014 match-play bid against team stroke-play winner Stanford.

Our college golf experts are on site and have made their predictions through the championship match:

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Lance Ringler

QUARTERFINALS

• Illinois over Stanford

• Oklahoma State over Georgia Tech

• LSU over UCLA

• Alabama over SMU

SEMIFINALS

• Oklahoma State over Illinois

• Alabama over LSU

FINALS

• Oklahoma State over ...

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Cassie Stein
UCLA's Jonathan Garrick chips up to No. 18 on Monday of the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
UCLA's Jonathan Garrick chips up to No. 18 on Monday of the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – The worst position in college golf to be in? Hanging around the top-8 cut at the NCAA Men's Championship.

But that’s what brings out the best in players and why the national championship is exciting for coaches, players, parents and college golf fans.

On Monday, it was a four-team race – UCLA, SMU, Illinois and South Carolina – for three spots at Prairie Dunes Country Club.

“We’ve struggled with finishing our golf rounds,” Bruins head coach Derek Freeman said. “So we have worked hard on understanding what’s comprised of that and why we were doing that ...

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Brentley Romine
Stanford's Cameron Wilson celebrates winning the individual title on Monday at the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
Stanford's Cameron Wilson celebrates winning the individual title on Monday at the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. –– If at first you don’t succeed, try, try and try again.

Stanford senior Cameron Wilson missed a par putt at his 54th hole that would have clinched the NCAA individual title Monday at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan. A little more than an hour later and after missed mid-range birdie putts on the first two playoff holes, he rolled home an 8-footer for birdie on the third playoff hole, the par-5 17th, to defeat Georgia Tech’s Ollie Schniederjans for medalist honors.

“It’s incredible. I’m so glad I made that putt,” said Wilson ...

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Cassie Stein
LSU's Curtis Thompson on Monday of the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
LSU's Curtis Thompson on Monday of the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.

With the last stroke-play round finally wrapping up late Monday evening at Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson, Kan., here is a quick look at the eight teams that will move on to match play Tuesday.

The matches will be as follows: Stanford vs. Illinois; Alabama vs. SMU; LSU vs. UCLA; and Oklahoma State vs. Georgia Tech.

Here is how they got here:

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1. Stanford

  • Ranked fourth by Golfweek
  • Seven victories in 2013-14, including stroke-play portion of 2014 NCAA Championship; five consecutive wins to end the season
  • 2014 NCAA Championship individual results: Cameron Wilson (won), David Boote (T-3), Patrick Rodgers (T-15), Maverick ...

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Golfweek Staff
The 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Championship at Prairie Dunes.
The 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Championship at Prairie Dunes.

The NCAA Division I Men's Championship is set to crown an individual champion today via a playoff, while the match-play field of eight that will chase a title is set at Prairie Dunes.

Stanford started the day with a four-shot lead over Alabama and expanded it to a can't-take-it-with-you nine shots, finishing 13 under to Alabama and LSU's 4 under. Cardinal Cameron Wilson then wins a three-hole playoff against Georgia Tech's Ollie Schniederjans for the individual championship.

Read Lance Ringler's take on how TV affects the atmosphere

Recap the playoff conclusion and the end of ...

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Cassie Stein
California senior Brandon Hagy walks up No. 18 at Prairie Dunes Country Club during the final round of the NCAA Championship.
California senior Brandon Hagy walks up No. 18 at Prairie Dunes Country Club during the final round of the NCAA Championship.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – “It had the potential for a better ending,” California head coach Steve Desimone said while fighting back tears in what was most likely his final interview of the season with the media.

The Bears, ranked sixth by Golfweek, shot a final-round 2-over 282 at Prairie Dunes Country Club on Memorial Day, ending arguably one of the best runs in college golf. The team currently sits seven shots back of eighth place (10-over 580).

Teams 1-15 tee off this afternoon in order to fight for a top-8 spot and advance to match play at the 2014 NCAA Championship. So ...

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