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San Jose State and Four Individuals to Compete at Regionals
Courtesy: WAC
Indianapolis, Ind.--The NCAA Division I men's golf regional championship teams are locked in position and San Jose State will be teeing it up in the Stanford Regional hosted on the Stanford Golf Course.

The Spartans will play alongside three other Bay Area schools -- California, Stanford and San Francisco -- along with San Diego State, UCF, LSU, UAB, Wichita State, Tennessee, Oregon State, Southern Louisiana and UC Davis on May 17-19.

For San Jose State, it will be the second time this season playing at the par-70 Stanford Golf Course. They shot an 884 team score at the U.S. Intercollegiate back on May 30-April 1 finishing in ninth out of 17 teams.

Three other individuals from the WAC will also compete in the Stanford regional. Idaho's Jarred Bossio and New Mexico State's Justin Shin and Zachery Fullerton earned invites.  Shin was defeated by San Jose State's Jay Myers on the first hole of a sudden death playoff earlier this month at the WAC men's championship for the individual title.

Nevada's Kevin Lucas earned an individual invite to the Oklahoma regional that will be played at the Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club.

Regional action takes place May 17-19 with all 81 teams vying for a spot in the NCAA Championship held May 29-June 3 at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, Calif.

All three rounds of the regionals will have live scoring through
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