Greensboro College selected to play in the NCAA DIII Golf Championships May 10-13 at Grandover

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The NCAA DIII Golf Comittee has selected Greensboro College as a “Pool C” participant for the NCAA Golf National Championships being held May 10-13 at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro. The Pride were one of six teams selected into Pool C, which is reserved for schools from automatic-qualifying conferences that are not conference champions.

Pool A consists of 28 institutions which had automatic-qualifying berths in to the tournament, with Christopher Newport University earning the USA South’s bid. The USA South will have three teams in the field as Greensboro and Christopher Newport will be joined by Methodist University, the defending national champions.

Pool B is made up of six institutions which compete independently, without conference representation, or from non automatic-qualifying conferences.

Automatic-Qualifying Conferences and it’s champion:
Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference:Penn State-Altoona; American Southwest Conference:
Texas Lutheran; Centennial Conference: McDaniel; College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin:
Millikin; Colonial States Athletic Conference: Cabrini; Commonwealth Conference: Elizabethtown; Freedom Conference: Manhattanville; Great Northeast Athletic Conference: Massachusetts-Dartmouth; Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference: Transylvania; Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: Central (Iowa); Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association: Calvin; Midwest Conference: Carroll (Wisconsin); Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: St. John’s (Minnesota); New England Small College Athletic Conference: Middlebury; North Atlantic Conference: Husson; North Coast Athletic Conference: Wittenberg; North Eastern Athletic Conference: Penn State-Harrisburg; Northern Athletics Conference: Milwaukee School of Engineering; Northwest Conference: Linfield; Ohio Athletic Conference: Mount Union; Old Dominion Athletic Conference: Guilford; Presidents’ Athletic Conference: Washington and Jefferson; St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: Webster; Skyline Conference: Farmingdale State; Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: La Verne; Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference: Oglethorpe; Upper Midwest Athletic Conference: North Central (Minnesota); USA South Athletic Conference:Christopher Newport

Pool B Berths (6):
Nebraska Wesleyan
Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Pool C Berths (6):
Gustavus Adolphus
Illinois Wesleyan

Max Bonk, Pacific (Oregon)
Trey Bridwell, Maryville (Tennessee)
Tain Lee, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Nicholas Palladino, Rochester (New York)
Mike Redwood, Bridgewater (Virginia)