This morning the NCAA Men’s Division I Regional Seedings were announced. There will be 13 teams and ten individuals not on those teams at three of the six regionals while the other three will host 14 teams and five individuals not on those teams. The low five teams and the low individual not on those teams from each regional will advance.
Two IJGA alumni will compete in two separate regional tournaments while three more schools that will soon be home to IJGA commits and one future teammate of an IJGA commit will compete as well.
IJGA alumnus Sam Meuret and his Iowa team will face off against 13 other teams, including number one seed Vanderbilt at the Yale hosted regional in New Haven, Connecticut. Also at this regional tournament will be a future teammate of post-grad IJGA student Trey Wren as Brandon Matthews of Temple University will be one of five individuals in the regional.
Ben Dietrich’s University of South Carolina, Columbia team will be the one seed at the Regional tournament out west in Bremerton, Washington where they will face off against 13 other teams from across the country.
The University of San Diego will host a regional tournament on The Farms Golf Club where East Tennessee State University (ETSU) and the University of Oklahoma will face off. Both of these schools will add IJGA students next fall as Geuntae Kim will join ETSU and Oklahoma will add Aaron Terrazas. Texas Tech University will host a regional on The Rawls Course where Charleston Southern University, the future collegiate home of IJGA Student Derrick Villarreal, will face off against 12 other teams including the number one seed University of Texas at Austin.
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