Defending champ Nova among top D-II women's seeds

The Nova Southeastern women after winning a fourth consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship.

Women's Rankings »

1SooBin KimWashington  68.13 
2Alison LeeUCLA  69.06 
3Leona MaguireDuke  69.52 
4Nanna MadsenS Carolina  69.75 
5Dana FinkelsteinUNLV  69.83 

Women's Team Rankings »

1Washington 70.58 
2South Carolina 70.87 
3UCLA 71.23 
4Duke 71.35 
5Stanford 71.38 

Defending Division II women’s champion Nova Southeastern will be the No. 1 seed in the South Region for this year’s championships. Also receiving top seeds: Central Oklahoma, Indianapolis and St. Edward’s.

Four 54-hole super regionals will take place May 5-7. The top three teams and the top three individuals not with a team will play in the 72-hole championships, to be held May 15-18 at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.

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Central Region

St. Joseph (Mo.) Country Club; Missouri Western State University, host


  1. Central Oklahoma

  2. Augustana (South Dakota)

  3. Northeastern State

  4. Harding

  5. Southwestern Oklahoma State

  6. Arkansas Tech

  7. Henderson State

  8. Minnesota State Mankato

  9. Concordia-St. Paul


  1. Steph Charteris, Northwest Missouri State

  2. Natalie Bird, Missouri Western State

  3. Tavia Rutherford, Sioux Falls

  4. Ana Summers, Nebraska-Kearney

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East Region

Joliet (Ill.) Country Club; Lewis University, host


  1. Indianapolis

  2. California (Pennsylvania)

  3. Grand Valley State

  4. Ashland

  5. Ferris State

  6. Findlay

  7. Missouri-St. Louis

  8. Southern Indiana

  9. Drury


  1. Steph Peareth, Concord

  2. Abby Vorreyer, Illinois-Springfield

  3. Kasey Frazier, Wheeling Jesuit

  4. Ali Reed, Merrimack

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South Region

Lone Palm Golf Club, Lakeland, Fla.; Florida Southern College, host


  1. Nova Southeastern

  2. Lynn

  3. Rollins

  4. Florida Southern

  5. Barry

  6. Florida Tech

  7. West Florida

  8. Armstrong

  9. Newberry


  1. Meghan Moore, UNC Pembroke

  2. Teresa Calballer Hernani, Lander

  3. Emee Herbert, Tusculum

  4. Clare Connolly, Saint Leo

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West Region

Tiara Rado Golf Course, Grand Junction, Colo.; Colorado Mesa University, host


  1. St. Edward’s

  2. Tarleton State

  3. Grand Canyon

  4. Dallas Baptist

  5. Midwestern State

  6. Newman

  7. Cal State Monterey Bay

  8. Academy of Art

  9. Sonoma State


  1. Hee-Leina Kim, Colorado State-Pueblo

  2. Haley Dunn, Dixie State

  3. Glory Jangthongsiri, West Texas A&M

  4. Flower Castillo, Incarnate Word

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