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NCAA D-I men’s golf conference championship schedule, results for 2024

Conference championship season is upon us in NCAA Division I men’s golf.

Thirty conferences will offer up automatic bids to their champions, beginning with the SWAC, which wrapped up play on April 17, and ending on April 30 with the Big West and Summit League.

The 81-team regional field will be split among six regional sites with 51 at-large selections being handed out, too.

Below, we’ll track the winners of each conference tournament that hands out an AQ bid, as they finish:



April 15-17, The Refuge GC, Flowood, Mississippi

Full results

Team champion: Arkansas-Pine Bluff

Individual champion: Jose Berenguel, Arkansas-Pine Bluff

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Pine Bluff successfully defended its SWAC title by nine shots over Florida A&M.

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Big South

April 18-21, Fripp Island (South Carolina) Resort

Full results

Team champion: Winthrop

Individual champion: Fred Roberts IV, High Point

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Winthrop beat Gardner-Webb, 4-1, in the final, which was marked by three lightning delays. It’s the first Big South title in program history as Eagles coach Kevin Pendley becomes the first person to win a Big South crown as a player and a coach.

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South Florida Bulls during Men’s golf AAC Championship on April 21, 2024. (Stephen Galvin/South Florida Golf)

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April 19-21, Pelican GC, Belleair, Florida

Full results

Team champion: South Florida

Individual champion: Jake Peacock, South Florida

Potential at-large teams: SMU

Need to know: Peacock fired a 6-under 64 in the final round to win by five shots and lead the Bulls to their sixth American title, first since 2021.


Ivy League

April 19-21, Watchung Valley GC, Watchung, New Jersey

Full results

Team champion: Yale

Individual champion: Ben Carpenter, Yale

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: The Bulldogs, Ivy champs for the second time in three years, edged Princeton by three shots after starting the final round five shots back. Gabriel Ruiz sank a 30-foot eagle putt from the fringe on his final hole while Sam Davis added a birdie on the hole. Princeton’s counters played the 18th in 1 over.

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April 19-21, Walt Disney World Resort (Palm), Lake Buena Vista, Florida

Full results

Team champion: Siena

Individual champion: Ben Ortwein, Rider

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: The Saints are now back-to-back MAAC champs after their three-shot win over Fairfield.

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April 19-21, Charlotte (North Carolina) CC

Full results

Team champion: North Carolina

Individual champions: Michael Brennan, Wake Forest, and Frederik Kjettrup, Florida State

Potential at-large teams: Florida State, Virginia, Georgia Tech, Duke, Wake Forest, Notre Dame, Louisville, Clemson

Need to know: North Carolina downed Florida State in the final, 3-1-1, after taking the stroke-play portion by six shots over Florida State, Georgia Tech and Wake Forest. It’s the Tar Heels’ first ACC team crown since 2006. Brennan and Kjettrup played five playoff holes before both were declared co-champions. It’s Brennan’s second straight ACC individual title. Clemson finished 10th as a team and dropped to No. 60 in the national rankings, putting them very close to the bubble; the Tigers, though, are at least eligible for regionals after finishing the regular season right at .500, at 76-76-1.

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Horizon League

April 20-22, Mission Inn Resort (El Campeon), Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida

Full results

Team champion: Wright State

Individual champion: Andrew Flynn, Wright State

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Flynn topped his teammate Timmy Hollenbeck in a playoff as Wright State won the Horizon title for the third time in five seasons.

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April 21-23: ASUN, Highland Oaks, Dothan, Alabama

Full results

Team champion: Lipscomb

Individual champion: Will Holan, Lipscomb (won playoff)

Potential at-large teams: North Florida, Stetson, Florida Gulf Coast

Need to know: Lipscomb entered the tournament as the fourth seed before winning by 17 shots to capture its first ASUN team title and nab the conference’s AQ, which moved the number and for the moment put FGCU right outside the bubble at No. 69 in the national rankings. Holan defeated teammate Ford Goldasich and FGCU’s Joe Sullivan in a playoff for the individual title.

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April 21-23, Dataw Island, St. Helena Island, South Carolina

Full results

Team champion: College of Charleston

Individual champions: Zach Reuland, College of Charleston, and Kieron van Wyk, College of Charleston

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Ranked No. 50 in the nation, College of Charleston won its seventh CAA title since joining the league in 2013-14 – and first since 2022 – with a record-breaking 35-under score that put the Cougars seven shots clear of the field.



April 21-23, Reynolds Lake Oconee, Greensboro, Georgia

Full results

Team champion: East Tennessee State

Individual champions: Mats Ege, ETSU, and Matthew Dodd-Berry, ETSU

Potential at-large teams: Chattanooga, UNCG

Need to know: The Bucs held off Chattanooga by two shots to win a fourth straight – and 24th overall – SoCon team title. Ege won the individual title for the second straight year, the first player to do so at this championship since J.T. Poston in 2014-15. Ege now has three wins among nine top-10s this season.

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Missouri Valley

April 21-23, The Club at Port Cima, Sunrise Beach, Missouri

Full results

Team champion: Southern Illinois

Individual champion: Edouard Cereto, Southern Illinois

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: The Salukis won their fourth MVC title in eight season – and second in the past three – while boasting the individual champ for the first time in program history.


Ohio Valley

April 21-24, RTJ at The Shoals, Muscle Shoals, Alabama

Full results

Team champion: Tennessee Tech

Individual champion: Archie Smith, Little Rock

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Tech downed SIU-Edwardsville in the match-play final after finishing eight shots back of stroke-play winner and conference favorite Little Rock. While Little Rock, ranked 97th, beat SIU-E by 28 shots in stroke play, they were upset in the semis, paving the way for No. 221 Tennessee Tech to win its first OVC title since 1990.


April 22-24, Comanche Trace GC, Kerrville, Texas

Full results

Team champion: Augusta

Individual champion: Cole Stevens, Augusta

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Augusta repeated as Southland champs to earn its second NCAA regional appearance in a row. It had made five straight regionals from 2015-19.


Big 12

April 22-24, Whispering Pines GC, Trinity, Texas

Full results

Team champion: Texas

Individual champions: Ty Gingerich, Cincinnati, Gustav Frimodt, TCU, and Preston Stout, Oklahoma State

Potential at-large teams: Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Baylor, BYU, Houston, West Virginia, Kansas State, Kansas

Need to know: For the first time since 2017, Texas won the Big 12 title. The Longhorns beat runner-up Oklahoma by 18 shots, tied for the fourth largest margin of victory in championship history. All five Texas players finished T-18 or better as the Longhorns won a stroke-play event for the first time this season. Oklahoma State finished third to clinch its NCAA regional berth and avoid falling prey to the .500 rule. West Virginia’s fifth-place finish will likely move the Mountaineers comfortably inside the bubble while Kansas State’s 11th-place showing will likely do the opposite.

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Sun Belt

April 22-25, Annandale GC, Madison, Mississippi

Full results

Team champion: Arkansas State

Individual champion: Hugo Thyr, South Alabama

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Arkansas State is headed to regionals for the first time since 2021 after winning its third conference title in school history. The Red Wolves took down ULM, 3-2, in the match-play final after beating ULM by 11 shots in stroke play. Thomas Schmidt secured the clinching point with a 20-hole victory over Melan Dhaubhadel in the anchor match. A day earlier, Schmidt lost in three playoff holes to South Alabama’s Hugo Thyr for the individual title.


April 22-25, Texarkana (Texas) CC

Full results

Team champion: Liberty

Individual champion: Luke Fuller, Western Kentucky

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: In its first season in C-USA, Liberty defeated UTEP, 3-2, in the match-play final to reach its eighth straight NCAA regional. Louisiana Tech won the stroke play by three shots before falling to UTEP in the semifinals, where the deciding match went to 20 holes.

Big Sky

April 23-25, The Wigwam Resort, Litchfield Park, Arizona

Full results

Team champion: Sacramento State

Individual champion: Joe Sykes, Idaho

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Sacramento State edged Weber State by three shots and Idaho by four in the four-team championship.



April 24-28, Sea Island GC (Seaside), St. Simons Island, Georgia

Full results

Team champion: Auburn

Individual champion: Jackson Koivun, Auburn

Potential at-large teams: Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Texas A&M, Georgia, LSU, Missouri, Mississippi State, South Carolina

Need to know: Auburn, the top-ranked team in the nation, beat No. 2 Vanderbilt in the final, 3-2, as Koivun, the individual champ by six shots, capped off a 3-0 performance in match play with a 7-and-6 thrashing of Matthew Riedel. Fellow freshman Josiah Gilbert also went 3-0, his final win coming against Gordon Sargent and earning the clinching point for the Tigers.



April 26-28, Evermore Resort, Orlando, Florida

Full results

Team champion: VCU

Individual champion: Ugo Malcor, VCU

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Malcor topped teammate Grayson Wood in a playoff for the individual title, though they both led VCU, a likely at-large team before winning, to its fifth A-10 title – and first since 2019 – by 25 shots over George Washington.


Big Ten

April 26-28, Scioto CC, Columbus, Ohio

Full results

Team champion: Northwestern

Individual champion: Daniel Svard, Northwestern

Potential at-large teams: Illinois, Purdue, Ohio State, Indiana, Michigan State

Need to know: Northwestern beat runner-up Illinois by 15 shots to end the Illini’s streak of eight straight Big Ten team titles – and 13 of the last 14. Masters low amateur Neal Shipley was T-5.


April 26-28, Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, Georgia

Full results

Team champion: Howard

Individual champion: Marcus Lim, Sacred Heart

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Howard won its first Northeast title by 12 shots over Long Island.

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Patriot League

April 26-28, Saucon Valley CC, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Full results

Team champion: Loyola (Md.)

Individual champion: Carlo Pizzano, Loyola

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Loyola beat Colgate by 13 shots for the program’s third Patriot title in the last four years.


April 26-28, The Club at Chatham Hills, Westfield, Indiana

Full results

Team champion: Ball State

Individual champion: Barend Botha, Toledo

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: A year after Northern Illinois won its first MAC title since 1985, Ball State beat Miami (Ohio) by five shots to claim its first MAC crown since the 1986, when it won its fourth and final conference title under late coach Earl Yestingsmeier. Kent State had won 13 of the past 15 MAC Championships entering this week, but it finished T-3 with Northern Illinois.

Mountain West

April 26-28, Emerald Valley GC, Creswell, Oregon

Full results

Team champion: San Diego State

Individual champion: Cole Rueck, Boise State

Potential at-large teams: New Mexico, Fresno State, UNLV, San Jose State, Colorado State

Need to know: For the third straight year, San Diego State is the Mountain West team champ, this latest win coming after the Aztecs topped New Mexico in a one-hole playoff, 2 under to 1 under. Colorado State finished third after leading through 36 holes.

West Coast

April 26-28, Gold Mountain GC, Bremerton, Washington

Full results

Team champion: San Diego

Individual champion: Brady Siravo, Pepperdine

Potential at-large teams: Loyola Marymount

Need to know: At well below .500, Pepperdine needed to win the West Coast title to advance to regionals. The Waves made it to the match-play final before San Diego won, 4-1, ending Pepperdine’s season. The Waves did have the individual medalist in Siravo, who beat teammate William Walsh and LMU’s Riley Lewis in a playoff, and have now finished at least second in 28 of the last 35 WCC Championships (they’ve won 22 of them).



April 26-28, Desert Forest GC, Scottsdale, Arizona

Full results

Team champion: Arizona State

Individual champion: Karl Vilips, Stanford

Potential at-large teams: Arizona, Washington, Cal, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, Utah, Washington State

Need to know: Arizona State cruised to a 16-shot win over Cal for its first Pac-12 title since 2008, when it beat USC in a playoff. Vilips’ win marks the Stanford senior’s first in college golf. Oregon State and Colorado could’ve received at-large bids for regionals, though both programs finished the year under .500.


April 26-28, GC at Chapparal Pines, Payson, Arizona

Full results

Team champion: Grand Canyon

Individual champion: Kevin Li, Seattle

Potential at-large teams: None

Need to know: Grand Canyon was firmly on the bubble before winning the WAC by a shot over Cal Baptist and UT-Rio Grande Valley to grab the conference’s AQ. Senior Nicky Kling shot 3-under 69 in the final round, capped by a 9-foot par make that clinched GCU’s second straight WAC victory.

Upcoming championships

April 27-29: Big East, Riverton Pointe CC, Hardeeville, South Carolina

April 28-30: Big West, La Quinta (California) CC

April 28-30: Summit League, Covered Bridge GC, Sellersburg, Indiana