Women’s Golf Ranked 11th in the South Region

Women’s Golf Ranked 11th in the South Region

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Anderson women's golf team is ranked 11th in the South Region in the NCAA's first Division II South Region rankings of the season, as released Thursday.

Joining the Trojans in the initial weekly rankings were Carson-Newman (No. 13) and Wingate (No. 14).

Anderson is currently ranked No. 22 in Division II, and owns an adjusted scoring average of 80.61, while the Eagles are also nationally ranked at No. 24 with an adjusted scoring average of 82.50. The Bulldogs are No. 25 in the Golfstat rankings and have an adjusted scoring average of 84.75.

The regional rankings are scheduled to be released weekly on Thursdays through April 17, with the NCAA D-II Tournament selections scheduled to be unveiled on Monday, April 29.

NCAA Regional advisory committees will recommend regional selections to the Division II Women's Golf Committee, with 12 teams and six individuals, not on those teams, competing in each of the four regions (Central, East, South and West) in the NCAA Division II Tournament. The 54-hole South Region Championship will be hosted by Lee University at the Cleveland (Tenn.) Country Club, May 6-8.

The NCAA Division II National Championships are slated for May 13-18 at the PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

The Trojans are scheduled to compete, Sunday-Tuesday, at the SAC Championship, which will be hosted by Lenoir-Rhyne at Lake Hickory Country Club in Hickory, N.C.