West Virginia golf team sitting in solid fifth place after day one of NCAA regional
AUSTIN, Texas – The Virginia Tech women’s golf team had a successful NCAA tournament debut Monday, tying for fourth place out of 18 teams after the first round of the Austin Regional.
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SIMPSONVILLE, Ky. – Led by sophomore Logan Perkins, the West Virginia University golf team sits in fifth place after the first day of play at the NCAA Louisville Regional, hosted at the University of Louisville Golf Club in Simpsonville, Kentucky, on Monday. The Mountaineers shot two-over par as a team with a 286.
The Aggies began the weekend a half-game behind SEC West-leading Arkansas, but then got zipped at Swayze Field in three straight and now sit back in fifth place at 11-9-1. The Ags actually took a 4-3 lead in the 11th inning of Friday’s first game, but gave up a pair of runs in the bottom of the frame gave up a bases-loaded, two-run single to Thomas Dillard to lose the lidlifter.
Should Sackett move on to a new program, however, he would be required to sit. NCAA transfer rules. Follow @KevinOnCFB The Iowa Hawkeyes are joining the all-yellow uniform fad in college football.
At West Virginia, which has won 19 ncaa rifle team titles, a second-place finish leaves people wondering what went wrong. Jon Hammond’s team returns four All-Americans next year, but it will have to replace Ginny Thrasher, who is one of the most accomplished shooters in Mountaineer history.
It was the first time since 1947 that WVU’s golf team had earn a spot in an ncaa regional. west virginia finished sixth this past week at the Louisville Regional, just two shots out of fifth place which would have allowed it to advance to the upcoming NCAA Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The West Virginia golf team is sitting in fifth place after day one of the Louisville regional of the NCAA Tournament. Sophomore Logan Perkins led the way for the Mountaineers on Monday, finishing.