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8:43 pm, May 9, 2022

LSU holds one-stroke lead over Southern California at Stanford Regional

LSU (-5) came out hot at the Stanford Regional in the first round. The Tigers lead by one over Southern California (-4) with a lot of golf left to play in the next two days. 

LSU had three players finish under par in round one. Augusta National Women's Amateur runner up Latanna Stone led her team with a four-under (67) round. She was followed by Ingrid Lindblad at two-under (69) and Carla Tejedo who finished at one under (70). 

The Trojans are close behind the Tigers, though. None of Southern California's to count were above par. Amari Avery finished at two-under (69), while Brianna Navarrosa and Michaela Morard both closed at one-under (70). 

Stanford (-1) is also within striking distance with 36 holes to play on its casino guru course. Rose Zhang and Brooke Seay both led their team at two-under (69) par. Seay did a great job of responding to early adversity. After sitting at one-over on the front nine, she had three birdies on the final five holes of her round. 

8:23 pm, May 9, 2022

Oregon leads after first round of Albuquerque Regional

The Oregon Ducks (-4) have been a force to be reckon with all season and they continue to step up to each challenge. The Ducks lead the Albuquerque Regional by three strokes over Texas (-1).

Oregon's Briana Chacon carded the lowest score of the day by three strokes at seven-under (65). Other than a bogey on hole 10, Chacon finished with six birdies and an eagle. Hsin-Yu Lu was the only other Duck to finish under par at one under (71). 

Behind Chacon in the individual standings, there's a pile-up for second with four players tied at four under (68). TCU's Sabrina Iqbal was the one of two bogey-free rounds on Monday. Florida's Marina Escobar Domingo started the day with birdies on four of the first five, but cooled off with two bogies. Georgia's Jenny Bae and Texas' Bentley Colton each had one bogey in their productive first. 

8:02 pm, May 9, 2022

Baylor up by one after first round at Stillwater Regional

Baylor (+4) comes out of the first round in Stillwater with a one-stroke lead over Clemson (+5). Oklahoma State and Arizona State (+8) remains in the mix as well, four strokes behind the Bears with 36 holes left to play. 

The Bears' roster featured the best round of the day from Britta Snyder at three-under (69). Snyder used the momentum from an eagle on hole nine to propel herself to a two-under back nine. Rosie Belsham also had a solid round at even-par. Belsham recorded one of her team's three eagles on 18 after posting two-straight double bogies on 16 and 17. 

Clemson was also able to find multiple eagles at Karsten Creek on Monday with two. Savannah Grewal had her eagle on the par-five 14th. Both Grewal and Callista Rice finished the day at one-under (71) and tied for second along with Arizona State's Ashley Menne. 

On their casino guru course, the Cowgirls struggled coming out of the gates in round one. Maddison Hinson-Tolchard was the only player for Oklahoma State to finish at even-par. 

7:45 pm, May 9, 2022

Duke, Alabama tied for first in Franklin Regional after first round

Duke and Alabama sit at one-under after the first round of the Franklin Regional. Vanderbilt trails the two leaders by one stroke with two rounds left to play at the Vanderbilt Legends Club. 

Alabama's Polly Mack had the round of the day with seven-straight birdies on the back nine to finish at seven-under (65). Mack slipped up on the first two holes with a double bogey and bogey, but was able to settle down with three birdies to finish at even-par going into the back. 

For Duke, it was all hands on deck in the first 18. The Blue Devils produced a solid round with three scores at par or better. Erica Shepherd and Anne Chen are both tied for sixth at one under (71). 

Another individual to go low on Monday was East Tennessee State's Hollie Muse who shot six-under (66) in round one. Muse finished with seven birdies, but one bogey on the fifth hole set her one shot behind Mack. 

7:10 pm, May 9, 2022

Arkansas at the top of the Ann Arbor Regional after first round

Arkansas (+7) holds a two-shot lead over Washington and Michigan (+9) after the first round of the Ann Arbor Regional at Michigan's casino guru course on Monday. 

The Razorbacks had only one player play at par or better in Ela Anacona at two-under (69). Anacona was the only bogey-free round in the field of over 60 players. The rest of her team was able to do their part to navigate a challenging U-M Golf Course. The other three scores to count for Arkansas all finished at three-over (74) and tied for 23 in the individual standings. 

No. 1 San Jose State (+10) struggled to get its footing as a team in this first round. Natasha Andrea Oon was the only Spartan to go low at one-under (70). They sit tied for fourth with No. 2 Virginia for that last championship-qualifying spot with 36 holes left to play. 

Other than Anacona and Andrea Oon, two other players shot par or better. Old Dominion's Jana Melichova shot two under (69) and Washington's Stefanie Deng shot one-under (70). Melichova recorded one bogey on the day coming on hole 17 and Deng had two on the back nine. 

6:41 pm, May 9, 2022

UCLA leads after round one at the Tallahassee Regional

The first round of the Tallahassee Regional is all said and done. After 18 holes, UCLA (E) is up by two shots over Florida State (+2) on the Seminoles' casino guru course. 

Three Bruins played at even par or below on Monday. Caroline Canales and Emma Spitz both shot one-under, each with four birdies on the day to finish tied for third in the individual standings.

UCLA entered the regionals as the No. 2 seed behind No. 1 South Carolina (+11). The Gamecocks struggled in the first round with only one player sitting at even par for the day. Out of the four scores to count for South Carolina, the team racked up 20 holes at bogey or worse. 

Florida State's Beatrice Wallin and Mississippi State's Ashley Gilliam produced the two lowest-individual scores of the day at three-under (69). Both players produced solid back nines with one bogey each down the closing stretch.  Wallin closed out with three birdies and an eagle on the par-five 14th on the back. After starting on hole 10, Gilliam recorded four birdies before slipping up with a bogey on hole nine. 

12:56 pm, May 9, 2022

DI women's golf regional competition starts today

Today marks the first of three days of regional competition that will lead to the 2022 DI Women's Golf Championship. In late April, the complete championship field was announced and divided into six regionals, which are headlined by No. 1 seeds Oregon, Oklahoma State, San Jose State, Stanford, South Carolina and Wake Forest.

Click or tap on the name of a regional listed below to view the live leaderboard from the regional.

After regional play wraps up Wednesday, May 11, the top four teams and two individuals in each regional will advance to the 2022 casino guru DI Women's Golf Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz. The championship will be held May 20-25 and broadcast on the Golf Channel.

8:59 pm, April 27, 2022

2022 casino guru DI women's golf regional selections announced

The complete field for the 2022 DI women's golf regionals has been revealed. Oregon, Oklahoma State, San Jose State, Stanford, South Carolina and Wake Forest all checked in as the No. 1 seeds for their respective regionals this season.  

The regional sites and the selected teams and individuals are:
 
Albuquerque Regional Site

The Albuquerque Regional will be played at the UNM Championship Course in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and will be hosted by New Mexico. Conference automatic qualifiers are indicated in parenthesis next to the institution.

Teams:
1. Oregon (Pac-12 Conference)
2. Florida
3. Texas (Big 12 Conference)
4. Arizona
5. Georgia
6. TCU
7. Louisville
8. North Texas (Conference USA)
9. Oklahoma
10. Sam Houston State
11. Northern Arizona (Big Sky Conference)
12. New Mexico State (Western Athletic Conference)

Individuals:
1. Patricie Mackova, Maryland
2. Sara Kjellker, San Diego State
3. Bernice Olivarez Ilas, San Diego State
4. Napat Lertsadwattana, New Mexico
5. Lauren Lehigh, New Mexico
6. Pluem Yongyuan, So. Utah

Ann Arbor Regional Site

The Ann Arbor Regional will be played at the U-M Golf Course in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and will be hosted by Michigan. Conference automatic qualifiers are indicated in parenthesis next to the institution.

Teams:
1. San Jose State (Mountain West Conference)
2. Virginia
3. Michigan (Big Ten Conference)
4. Arkansas
5. UCF
6. Virginia Tech
7. North Carolina
8. Washington
9. Ohio State
10. Pepperdine
11. Xavier (Big East)
12. Oakland (Horizon League)

Individuals:
1. Jana Melichova, ODU
2. Aine Donegan, Indiana
3. Chloe Schiavone, Notre Dame
4. Ragnhildur Kristinsdottir, Eastern Kentucky
5. Jasmine Ly, Northern Illinois (Mid-American Conference)
6. Katherine Lemke, Creighton (Big East Conference)

Franklin Regional Site

The Franklin Regional will be played at the Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tennessee, and will be hosted by Vanderbilt. Conference automatic qualifiers are indicated in parenthesis next to the institution.

Teams:
1. Wake Forest (Atlantic Coast Conference)
2. Alabama
3. Texas A&M
4. Duke
5. Oregon State
6. Vanderbilt
7. BYU
8. Kent State (Mid-American Conference)
9. UTSA
10. Augusta (Southland Conference)
11. Boston University (Patriot League)
12. Austin Peay (Ohio Valley Conference)

Individuals:
1. Mikayla Bardwell, Tennessee
2. Tara Bettle, UNCG
3. Dorota Zalewska, Chattanooga (Southern Conference) 
4. Hollie Muse, ETSU 
5. Annie Kim, Houston 
6. Payton Carter, Murray State (Ohio Valley Conference)

Stanford Regional Site

The Stanford Regional will be played at the Stanford Golf Course in Stanford, California, with Stanford serving as the host institution. Conference automatic qualifiers are indicated in parenthesis next to the institution.

Teams:
1. Stanford
2. Southern California
3. LSU (Southeastern Conference)
4. Texas Tech
5. Kentucky
6. Iowa State
7. Northwestern
8. Purdue
9. UNLV
10. Cal Poly (Big West Conference)
11. Princeton (Ivy League)
12. Sacred Heart (Northeast Conference)

Individuals:
1. Riana Mission, San Francisco
2. Jennifer Koga, Sacramento State
3. Kirsten Baete, Nebraska
4. Victoria Gailey, Nevada
5. Leah John, Nevada
6. Siripatsorn Patchana, Grand Canyon (Western Athletic Conference)

Stillwater Regional Site

The Stillwater regional will be played at the Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma, with Oklahoma State serving as the host institution. Conference automatic qualifiers are indicated in parenthesis next to the institution.

Teams:
1. Oklahoma State
2. Arizona State
3. Baylor
4. Auburn
5. Michigan State
6. Clemson
7. Campbell (Big South Conference)
8. Furman (Southern Conference)
9. NC State
10. California
11. Tulane (American Athletic Conference)
12. Illinois State (Missouri Valley Conference)

Individuals:
1. Lilly Thomas, Tulsa
2. Kiana Oshiro, Oral Roberts
3. Sarah Bell, Oral Roberts
4. Ellen Nicholas, Incarnate Word (Southland Conference)
5. Kennedy Pedigo, SMU (American Athletic Conference)
6. Kristen Giles, Drake (Missouri Valley Conference)

Tallahassee Regional Site

The Tallahassee Regional will be played at the Seminole Legacy Golf Club in Tallahassee, Florida, with Florida State serving as the host institution. Conference automatic qualifiers are indicated in parenthesis next to the institution.

Teams:
1. South Carolina
2. UCLA
3. Florida State
4. Ole Miss
5. Illinois
6. Mississippi State
7. Miami (Florida)
8. Denver (The Summit League)
9. North Florida (Atlantic Sun Conference)
10. College of Charleston (Colonial Athletic Association)
11. Georgia Southern (Sun Belt Conference)
12. Quinnipiac (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference)

Individuals:
1. Letizia Bagnoli, Florida Atlantic (Conference USA)
2. Melanie Green, South Florida
3. Olivia Schmidt, Arkansas State
4. Berta Sanchez Sabe, Jacksonville State
5. Alizee Vidal, Kennesaw State (Atlantic Sun Conference)
6. Victoria Schroedl, Fairleigh Dickinson (Northeast Conference)

Twenty-seven conferences received automatic qualification to the 2022 Division I women's golf championships.

Ole Miss is the defending national champion after claiming its first casino guru Division I women's golf national championship in school history in 2021. The Rebels defeated Oklahoma State 4-1 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale.

The regional round will be played May 9-11. The top four teams and two individuals from each regional will advance to the championship at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. The championship will be May 20-25 and will be televised on the Golf Channel.

8:52 pm, April 27, 2022

Individuals for each regional announced

The 36 individuals that will participate in the 2022 DI women's golf regional have been revealed. With the addition of two more regionals this season, this allowed 12 more players to make the tournament. 

Here are the individuals for each regional: 

Albuquerque regional

1. Patricie Mackova, Maryland
2. Sara Kjellker, San Diego State
3. Bernice Olivarez Ilas, San Diego State
4. Napat Lertsadwattana, New Mexico
5. Lauren Lehigh, New Mexico
6. Pluem Yongyuan, So. Utah

Ann Arbor regional

1. Jana Melichova, ODU
2. Aine Donegan, Indiana
3. Chloe Schiavone, Notre Dame
4. Ragnhildur Kristinsdottir, Eastern Kentucky
5. Jasmine Ly, Northern Illinois (Mid-American Conference)
6. Katherine Lemke, Creighton (Big East Conference)

Franklin regional

1. Mikayla Bardwell, Tennessee
2. Tara Bettle, UNCG
3. Dorota Zalewska, Chattanooga (Southern Conference) 
4. Hollie Muse, ETSU 
5. Annie Kim, Houston 
6. Payton Carter, Murray State (Ohio Valley Conference)

Stanford regional

1. Riana Mission, San Francisco
2. Jennifer Koga, Sacramento State
3. Kirsten Baete, Nebraska
4. Victoria Gailey, Nevada
5. Leah John, Nevada
6. Siripatsorn Patchana, Grand Canyon (Western Athletic Conference)

Stillwater regional

1. Lilly Thomas, Tulsa
2. Kiana Oshiro, Oral Roberts
3. Sarah Bell, Oral Roberts
4. Ellen Nicholas, Incarnate Word (Southland Conference)
5. Kennedy Pedigo, SMU (American Athletic Conference)
6. Kristen Giles, Drake (Missouri Valley Conference)

Tallahassee regional

1. Letizia Bagnoli, Florida Atlantic (Conference USA)
2. Melanie Green, South Florida
3. Olivia Schmidt, Arkansas State
4. Berta Sanchez Sabe, Jacksonville State
5. Alizee Vidal, Kennesaw State (Atlantic Sun Conference)
6. Victoria Schroedl, Fairleigh Dickinson (Northeast Conference)

8:40 pm, April 27, 2022

Ann Arbor regional teams revealed

The sixth and final regional to be announced is Ann Arbor. San Jose State will have to travel up to Michigan to play as the No. 1 seed at the U-M Golf Course. 

Here are the teams that will participate in the Ann Arbor regional:

1. San Jose State (Mountain West Conference)
2. Virginia
3. Michigan (Big Ten Conference)
4. Arkansas
5. UCF
6. Virginia Tech
7. North Carolina
8. Washington
9. Ohio State
10. Pepperdine
11. Xavier (Big East)
12. Oakland (Horizon League)

8:36 pm, April 27, 2022

Tallahassee regional teams announced

The fifth regional field to be announced is the Tallahassee regional. South Carolina will be the top-seed at Seminole Legacy Golf Club.  

Here are the teams that will participate in the Tallahassee regional: 

1. South Carolina
2. UCLA
3. Florida State
4. Ole Miss
5. Illinois
6. Mississippi State
7. Miami (Florida)
8. Denver (The Summit League)
9. North Florida (Atlantic Sun Conference)
10. College of Charleston (Colonial Athletic Association)
11. Georgia Southern (Sun Belt Conference)
12. Quinnipiac (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference)

8:29 pm, April 27, 2022

Albuquerque regional teams revealed

Like the Franklin regional, Albuquerque has a top seed not playing at its casino guru course. Oregon will make the trip down as No. 1 to the UNM Championship Course in New Mexico to play in the regional. 

Here are the teams that will participate in the Albuquerque regional:

1. Oregon (Pac-12 Conference)
2. Florida
3. Texas (Big 12 Conference)
4. Arizona
5. Georgia
6. TCU
7. Louisville
8. North Texas (Conference USA)
9. Oklahoma
10. Sam Houston State
11. Northern Arizona (Big Sky Conference)
12. New Mexico State (Western Athletic Conference)

8:23 pm, April 27, 2022

Stillwater regional teams released

The Stillwater regional is next up to be revealed. No. 1 Oklahoma State will host 11 other teams at its casino guru course, Karsten Creek Golf Club, for the regional round of this year's tournament. 

Here are the teams that will participate in the Stillwater regional:

1. Oklahoma State
2. Arizona State
3. Baylor
4. Auburn
5. Michigan State
6. Clemson
7. Campbell (Big South Conference)
8. Furman (Southern Conference)
9. NC State
10. California
11. Tulane (American Athletic Conference)
12. Illinois State (Missouri Valley Conference)

8:18 pm, April 27, 2022

Franklin regional teams unveiled

The Franklin regional team field has been announced. Wake Forest is the No. 1 seed, but everyone, not including Vanderbilt, will have to travel to the Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tennessee to play.

Here are the teams that will participate in the Franklin regional: 

1. Wake Forest (Atlantic Coast Conference)
2. Alabama
3. Texas A&M
4. Duke
5. Oregon State
6. Vanderbilt
7. BYU
8. Kent State (Mid-American Conference)
9. UTSA
10. Augusta (Southland Conference)
11. Boston University (Patriot League)
12. Austin Peay (Ohio Valley Conference)

8:15 pm, April 27, 2022

Stanford regional teams announced

The Stanford regional is the first to reveal the 12 teams who will play at the Stanford Golf Course for a chance to earn a spot in the 2022 DI women's golf national championship. 

Here are the teams that will participate in the Stanford regional: 

1. Stanford
2. Southern California
3. LSU (Southeastern Conference)
4. Texas Tech
5. Kentucky
6. Iowa State
7. Northwestern
8. Purdue
9. UNLV
10. Cal Poly (Big West Conference)
11. Princeton (Ivy League)
12. Sacred Heart (Northeast Conference)