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Wednesday, May 1, 2019

KU men’s golf selected to fourth-straight NCAA Regional Championship

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For the fourth consecutive season, the Kansas men's golf will be competing in the NCAA Regional Championship after receiving an at-large bid on Wednesday. The Jayhawks will be traveling to Stanford, California, to compete at the Stanford Golf Course.

KU enters the region as one of 13 teams and will be competing as the No. 7 seed.

"It is exciting. Anytime you can continue play after the Big 12 tournament is a lot of fun and a lot of fun for the guys," KU head coach Jamie Bermel said in a team release. "We are excited to continue that and see what we can do at the regional."

This marks the fourth time under Bermel and the 21st time in program history that the Jayhawks have earned an at-large bid. It is the first time has qualified for four straight NCAA Regionals since 2000-03.

The three-day event is set to begin on May 13. Other notable teams that will be joining Kansas in California are No. 1 seeded Arizona State, No. 2 Stanford, No. 3 LSU, No. 4 North Carolina State and No. 5 North Carolina.

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