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Seven Big 12 Women's Golf Teams Earn Spots at NCAA Regionals
April 30, 2012
For the second-straight year, seven Big 12 women's golf teams have been selected to compete in NCAA Women's Golf Regionals held May 10-12.

Texas A&M leads the league in the East Regional, earning the No. 4 seed in State College, Pa. Oklahoma State is the No. 7 seed, while Texas received an at-large bid as the No. 11 seed. The Aggies make their 12th-consecutive regional appearance, while the Longhorns make the postseason for the fifth-straight year. It is the Cowgirls 20th-consecutive NCAA Regional outing, the longest streak by a Big 12 women's squad.

Oklahoma earned an automatic bid to the West Regional after clinching its second Big 12 Championship title Sunday. The Sooners are seeded ninth and will make their 10th regionals trip in program history. Baylor (No. 6), Texas Tech (No. 10) and Iowa State (No. 13) will join OU as the league representatives in Erie, Colo., at the Colorado National Golf Club. It marks the Lady Bears' 11th regional appearance in the last 13 seasons, while TTU garnered its third-straight postseason selection. The Cyclones will be heading into the regionals for the third season in a row.

A total of 378 participants have been selected for regional competition. Of these players, 126 will advance to the championship finals. Eight teams and two individuals will advance from each regional.

The NCAA Championship finals will be held May 22-25 at the Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tenn., and will be hosted by Vanderbilt.

NCAA East Regional
4. Texas A&M
7. Oklahoma State
11. Texas

NCAA West Regional
6. Baylor
9. Oklahoma
10. Texas Tech
13. Iowa State

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