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FSU Men’s Golf to Open NCAA Tournament in Oklahoma

Ross Obley/FSU athletics

The Florida State men’s golf team wasn’t fortunate enough to host the regional round of the NCAA Tournament like the women were, but for the 13th straight year, they will participate in it.

The Seminoles are one of 14 teams bound for Norman, Oklahoma and will be the fourth seed in the region. Oklahoma is the top seed, followed by Auburn and Arkansas.

FSU is ranked No. 22 nationally and is one of 81 teams in the NCAA Tournament. To advance to the NCAA Championships, the Seminoles would need to finish in the top 5 in Norman. The regional takes place from May 14-16.

Joining the Sooners, Tigers, Razorbacks and Seminoles in Norman will be North Florida, Pepperdine, BYU, Virginia, San Diego State, Nevada, Sam Houston State, UMKC, Navy and Prairie View A&M. FSU, Arkansas, BYU, Virginia, San Diego State and Nevada were the only teams in the regional to receive at-large bids.

Mike Ferguson is the editor of The Daily Nole. Follow Mike on Twitter @MikeWFerguson

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