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2022 NCAA Division III Men’s Golf Championship full field

A total of 221 participants will compete at the 2022 NCAA Div. III Men’s Golf Championship.

The NCAA Division III Men’s Golf Committee announced the 43 teams and six individuals who will compete for the national title, May 10-13 at Mission Inn Resort and Club in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida. The championship will be hosted by Oglethorpe and the Greater Orlando Sports Commission.

The 72-hole stroke-play championship features a 36 hole cut to the top 18 teams and top six individuals not on one of those teams.

Thirty-two conference champions were awarded automatic qualification. Two teams were selected from Pool B, comprised of “independent institutions and institutions that are members of conferences that do not meet the requirements for automatic qualification,” according to the NCAA. The final nine teams came from Pool C, which features institutions from automatic-qualifying conferences that didn’t win the championship.

The six individuals were selected from the remaining players whose teams didn’t qualify.

Regional fields: Women’s Div. I | Men’s Div. II

Automatic qualifiers (by conference)

Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference, Penn State-Altoona
American Rivers Conference, Luther
American Southwest Conference, Mary Hardin-Baylor
Atlantic East Conference, Cabrini
Centennial Conference, Franklin & Marshall
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin, Illinois Wesleyan
Commonwealth Coast Conference, Endicott
Empire 8, St. John Fisher
Great Northeast Athletic Conference, Saint Joseph’s (Maine)
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, Transylvania
Landmark Conference, Drew
Liberty League, New York University
Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference, Salem State
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association, Hope
Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth, Stevenson
Middle Atlantic Conference Freedom, Stevens Institute of Technology
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Saint John’s (Minnesota)
New England Small College Athletic Conference, Hamilton
North Atlantic Conference, Husson
North Coast Athletic Conference, Kenyon
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference, Aurora
Northwest Conference, Willamette
Ohio Athletic Conference, John Carroll
Old Dominion Athletic Conference, Hampden-Sydney
Presidents’ Athletic Conference, Westminster(Pennsylvania)
Skyline Conference, Farmingdale State
Southern Athletic Association, Oglethorpe
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Webster
United East Conference, Rosemont
Upper Midwest Athletic Conference, Bethany Lutheran
USA South Athletic Conference, Methodist

Pool B

Babson
Emory

Pool C

Carnegie Mellon
Christopher Newport
Greensboro
Gustavus Adolphus
Huntingdon
Piedmont
University of the South
Washington and Lee
Wittenberg

Individuals

Eddie Coffren V, Lynchburg
Joey Harrigan, Rensselaer
Christian Rodriguez, Southwestern (Texas)
Jacob Mason, Trinity (Texas)
Chase Maus, Texas Lutheran
Cole Jahnke, Wisconsin-Eau Claire

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