OU and OSU Advance to NCAA Golf Championships

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Another year, another shot at a national championship for our state schools. Oklahoma State came back from a seven shot deficit to take down Auburn and win the Louisville Regional.

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It’s the fifth regional win in the last six years for Alan Bratton and OSU. Austin Eckroat, the former Edmond North golfer, fired a clean card with no bogies en route to a 67. Viktor Hovland finished third at the event. The reigning national champs will have a chance to defend coming up May 24th at Blessings Golf Course in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

As for OU, the 2017 national champions, they shot a 54 hole, school record, 30 under par en route to a 3rd place finish at the Pullman Regional. It doesn’t matter much because OU advances to the NCAA Championships as well.

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It’s the ninth straight time the Sooners have advanced to the NCAA Championships.

The Big 12 as a whole had a fantastic showing sending five to the Championships in Arkansas.

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