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Nine ACC Men’s Golf Teams Selected for NCAA Regionals

Nine ACC Men’s Golf Teams Selected for NCAA Regionals

CHARLOTTE, N.C. ( – Headlined by top seeds Florida State and North Carolina, nine Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Golf Teams earned a bid into the 2024 NCAA Regionals, announced Wednesday on Golf Channel.

The NCAA Regionals begin Monday, May 13 and conclude Wednesday, May 15. Thirteen teams and 10 individuals (not on those teams) will compete at each of three regionals while the other three regionals will have 14 teams and five individuals (not on those teams). The low five teams and the low individual not on those teams will advance to the finals. The 2024 national championships will be hosted by the University of Texas at Austin and held May 24-29 at Omni La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, California.

The ACC will send nine teams to the Regionals for the second straight season and third time in the last five seasons. It marks the 17th time in the last 18 years of NCAA competition that at least eight ACC teams earned a regional bid.

ACC champion and top-seeded North Carolina will play as hosts at the Chapel Hill Regional at Finley Golf Club. The Tar Heels will welcome ACC opponents Georgia Tech, which earned the No. 3 seed, and Clemson, which claimed the No. 10 seed, to the Tar Heel State. The NC State tandem of Nick Mathews and Spencer Oxendine will play as individuals in Chapel Hill.

Florida State, which finished as the runner up in the ACC Championship, will be the No. 1 seed in the Stanford Regional and will be the lone ACC team in The Golden State.

Virginia earned a No. 2 seed and will head to the Baton Rouge Regional, hosted by LSU at the University Club. Joining the Cavaliers in Louisiana will be fifth-seeded Duke and eighth-seeded Louisville.

Rounding out the ACC contingent are fifth-seeded Wake Forest and sixth-seeded Notre Dame, as both teams will compete in the Austin Regional at The University of Texas Golf Club. The teams will also be joined by Virginia Tech’s Kobe Valociek, who will be competing as an individual.

Last season, the ACC sent a nation-leading four teams to the match-play quarterfinals, while three squads qualified for the semifinals. Despite being the No. 5 seed, Georgia Tech advanced to the final round of match play, but fell to national champion Florida, 3-1.

Six 54-hole regional tournaments will be conducted to determine the 30 qualifying teams and six individuals not on those…


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