The College of Charleston men's golf team will head to San Antonio, Texas for the regional competition in the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship.
The Cougars won the Colonial Athletic Association title to earn the golf team's first NCAA bid since 2003 when the College of Charleston team received an at-large bid. The College of Charleston is the No. 11 seed in the 13-team regional that will be played May 15-17. Georgia is the No. 1 seed at San Antonio.
The College of Charleston is one of three state schools that will be playing in the regionals.
The University of South Carolina is the No. 4 seed at Eugene, Oregon. Stanford is No. 1 in that regional. Clemson is the No. 6 seed at Sugar Grove, Ill., where California-Berkeley is the top seed.
The low five teams and low individual not on one of those teams will qualify for the finals May 23-28 at Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson, Kansas. The University of Alabama is the defending champion and No. 1 seed in the Auburn, Ala., regional.
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