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Women's NCAA East Regionals

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Michigan State's Caroline Powers beat Florida State's Maria Salinas in a playoff for the individual spot in the NCAA Championship.

Alabama's Stephanie Meadow makes her way to No. 7 green during the Women's NCAA East Regionals.
University of North Carolina, with their tube socks, placed second behind Alabama during the Women's NCAA East Regionals.
University of Alabama's Stephanie Meadow shot a three-day total 207 at the Women's NCAA East Regionals.
Vanderbilt's Megan Grehan gets a hug from her teammates after making birdie in the team playoff for the 8th spot to advance to the NCAA Championship.
Florida State University's Macarena Silva reacts to missing her putt in a team playoff. Vanderbilt advanced.
Michigan State's Caroline Powers beat Florida State's Maria Salinas in a playoff for the individual spot in the NCAA Championship.
Arizona State's Carlota Ciganda, center, gets a ruling from NCAA rules official Ted Burfeind, left, at No. 18 during the Women's NCAA East Regionals. At right is Arizona State head coach, Melissa Luellen.
Coastal Carolina's Kaitlin Higginbotham hits a shot at No. 1 during the Women's NCAA East Regionals. Coastal shot a team total 876.
Auburn's Carlie Yadloczky with head coach Kim Evans at the beginning of the final round.
Auburn during the Women's NCAA East Regionals.
University of Alabama's assistant, Susan Rosenstiel with individual medalist Stephanie Meadow during the Women's NCAA East Regionals.
Bruno a University of North Carolina fan watches some action, from behind his sunglasses, during the Women's NCAA East Regionals at LPGA International.
Stephanie Meadow, right, of University of Alabama is the individual leader during the Women's NCAA East Regionals. University of Alabama shot a team total of 866, two better than University of North Carolina.
Florida's Isabelle Lendl hits her tee shot at No. 10.
Florida State's Jessica negron hits her second shot at No. 9. Negron shot a three-day total 216.
The first hole of the Legend's Course during the Women's NCAA East Regionals.
Alabama's Brooke Pancake at the Women's NCAA East Regionals. Alabama is in second place after Round 1. Pancake shot an even-par 72.
Jessica Alexander of Coastal Carolina looks over her shot at No. 17 during the Women's NCAA East Regionals.
LPGA player, Kristy McPherson, is acting as assistant coach for Augusta State during the Women's NCAA East Regionals. McPherson's brother, Kevin is the head coach.
Carlota Ciganda hits a shot at No. 1. Ciganda posted a 73 for the first round.
Alabama is playing in the Women's NCAA East Regionals and in second place after Round 1.
Cydney Clanton of Auburn during the Women's NCAA East Regionals. Clanton posted an opening round of 77 after carding a quadruple bogey at No. 18.
Numa Gulyanamitta of Purdue during the Women's NCAA East Regionals. Purdue is the 2010 NCAA Champion.
Christine Meier of Michigan State. Meier posted a 73 in the first round.
Allie White of University of North Carolina reacts to missing her putt at No. 9. White formerly played for Ohio State.
Auburn's Carlie Yadloczky during the Women's NCAA East Regionals, posted a 78.
California's Pia Halbig during the Women's NCAA East Regionals. Halbig shot a opening round 73.