After a challenging start at the NCAA Kissimmee (Fla.) Regional, Western Kentucky golfer Billy Tom Sargent settled in nicely Monday over the final 13 holes of his opening round.
As a team, the Aggies finished nine strokes up on second place Clemson (283+276+287=846, -18) and a full 40 from the sixth place squad.
The top five teams in each regional advance to the NCAA Championships at Karsten Creek in Stillwater May 25-28.
One day after shooting a ten under 274 to open regional play, the Yellow Jackets as a team shot a five under 279 to keep themselves in the hunt at the NCAA Regionals.
He finished fourth among individuals and tied for seventh among individuals from a non-advancing team. Auburn and Arkansas posted a identical score of three-under 861, tied for third, 11 strokes back of OU.
UCLA finished in fourth place and will advance.
Hirschman fired a final 74 that included a single birdie on the 173-yard, par 3 second hole.
Fort tied for 32nd at 1-under 215 (72-71-72) and Obecny tied for 58th at 5-over 221 (72-76-73) to end his time at CCU with a career scoring average of 73.90, which is 10th best in school history. Baylor's only better Regional scores were at the 2017 Stanford Regional, recorded by Dossey (201), Matthew Perrine (207) and Hunter Shattuck (207). Liberty, which played itself into the top five at one point during the final round, tied Missouri for eighth place at 840 (-12).
Jake McCrory turned in a 3-over-par 75 with a tough double bogey at the par-4 ninth hole, hampering an otherwise steady day that saw him finish with three birdies as well. The soon-to-be Ensign in the United States Navy finished 68th with a 16-over par 232. He tied for 26th at 1-over and shot a 2-under 70 on Wednesday, going bogey-free with two birdies as well.
Both Lumsden and Inglis said they were excited for the seniors to get their first opportunity to play at the NCAA Championships.
McGraw has led teams to NCAA Championships in 10 of his 12 seasons as a DI men's golf head coach.