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Clemson Selected for NCAA Golf Tournament

May 10, 2012

Clemson was one of 14 teams selected to play in the NCAA Golf Regional Tournament at the Club at Olde Stone in Bowling Green, KY on May 7. The Tigers will take part in the tournament that will run for 54 holes, May 17-19. The top five of the 14 teams will advance to the NCAA National Tournament in Pacific Palisades, CA.

Clemson is the number-four seed in the tournament and will be joined by #1 seed UCLA, #2 Arkansas, #3 Texas A&M, #5 North Texas, #6 Chattanooga, #7 Memphis, #8 Virginia Tech, #9 Northwestern, #10 Iowa State, #11 Colorado State, #12 Jacksonville State, #13 Pennsylvania and #14 Alabama State.

This is the 31st consecutive year the Clemson program has been selected for the NCAA Men’s Golf Tournament, the 29th consecutive year under Head Coach Larry Penley.

It is the longest streak of consecutive NCAA team tournament appearances in Clemson sports history. Only Oklahoma State (65) has a longer streak among Division I golf programs.

For complete NCAA Tournament notes, click here.

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