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2004 NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championships Super Regionals Announced

For Immediate Release

Friday, April 23, 2004
Donnie Wagner
Assistant Director of Championships

INDIANAPOLIS---Eighty teams and fifty individuals have been selected to participate in the 2004 NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championships Super Regionals.

The super regionals will be conducted May 3-5. The sites and teams selected to participate are listed below. Conference automatic qualifiers are indicated in brackets next to the institution's name. The five super regional tournaments encompass the current ten regions.

Ten teams and ten individuals will advance from the super regionals to the championship finals May 12-15, at Victoria Hills Country Club in DeLand, Florida as part of the NCAA Division II Sports Festival. Eight at-large teams and two at-large individuals will be selected May 6 for the championship finals. The finals will be hosted by the Central Florida Sports Commission, Sunshine State Conference and Rollins College.

NORTHEAST/EAST SUPER REGIONAL  Blue Ridge Country Club; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; hosted by Millersville University Northeast Region: 1. Bryant [Northeast-10 Conference] 2. LeMoyne 3. St. Thomas Aquinas [New York Collegiate Athletic Conference] 4. Adelphi 5. Bentley 6. New Haven 7. Pace 8. Queens (New York) Individuals: 1. Michael Tobiason, Goldey-Beacom 2. Tom Dorso, Teikyo Post 3. Steven Cutler, Goldey-Beacom 4. Bob Cain, Saint Rose 5. Nick Nardo, Goldey-Beacom East Region: 1. Concord [West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference] 2. Indiana (Pennsylvania) 3. Charleston (West Virginia) 4. West Liberty State 5. Millersville 6. Clarion 7. West Chester 8. Ohio Valley Individuals: 1. Tim Fisher, Glenville State 2. David Bradshaw, Shepherd 3. Chris Straley, West Virginia Wesleyan 4. Trent Roush, Glenville State 5. Brian Bailey, West Virginia Wesleyan Winner of each region advances to finals (2 teams, 2 individuals) ATLANTIC/SOUTHEAST SUPER REGIONAL  Wilson Country Club; Wilson, North Carolina; hosted by Barton College Atlantic Region: 1. Coker 2. Barton 3. Belmont Abbey 4. Anderson (South Carolina) [Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference] 5. Pfeiffer 6. St. Andrews Presbyterian 7. Queens (North Carolina) 8. Fayetteville State [Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association] Individuals: 1. Dion Sirrianni, Lees-McRae 2. Paul Butler, Limestone 3. Kevin Parris, Limestone 4. Adam Kirby, Limestone 5. Jonathan Parker, Limestone Southeast Region: 1. Armstrong Atlantic State 2. South Carolina-Aiken 3. Carson-Newman [South Atlantic Conference] 4. Francis Marion [Peach Belt Conference] 5. GC&SU 6. Kennesaw State 7. Presbyterian 8. Columbus State Individuals: 1. Bum Young Ko, Lenoir-Rhyne 2. Mark Long, North Carolina-Pembroke 3. Greg Dobbins, North Carolina-Pembroke 4. Sasha Catron, Tusculum 5. Steven Harvey, Catawba Winner of each region advances to finals (2 teams, 2 individuals) CENTRAL/GREAT LAKES SUPER REGIONAL  Lassing Pointe Golf Club; Union, Kentucky; hosted by Northern Kentucky University Central Region: 1. Missouri Southern State 2. Washburn [Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association] 3. Central Missouri State 4. Missouri Western State 5. Winona State 6. Truman 7. Southwest Baptist 8. Bemidji State Individuals: 1. Branden Schwartz, Minnesota-Crookston 2. Adam Dohlman, Minnesota-Crookston 3. Brian Black, Pittsburg State 4. Klinton Keller, Wayne State (Nebraska) 5. Dan Lenz, Minnesota-Crookston Great Lakes Region: 1. Grand Valley State 2. Ferris State 3. Saginaw Valley State 4. Northern Kentucky 5. Wayne State (Michigan) [Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference] 6. Findlay 7. Bellarmine [Great Lakes Valley Conference] 8. Lewis Individuals: 1. Dave Patronik, Gannon 2. Brad Ward, Lake Superior State 3. Justin Holyszko, Northwood 4. Corey Scheipeter, Indianapolis 5. Rob Schlitts, Hillsdale Winner of each region advances to finals (2 teams, 2 individuals) SOUTH/SOUTH CENTRAL SUPER REGIONAL  Millwood Golf and Racquet Club; Springfield, Missouri; hosted by Drury University South Region: 1. West Florida 2. Delta State 3. North Alabama 4. Florida Southern 5. Lynn [Sunshine State Conference] 6. Arkansas Tech [Gulf South Conference] 7. Barry 8. Valdosta State Individuals: 1. Justin Bates, Ouachita Baptist 2. Kobus Erasmus, Central Arkansas 3. Stephen Conrad, Nova Southeastern 4. Brian Ward, Tampa 5. Matt Montgomery, Central Arkansas South Central Region: 1. Northeastern State Abilene Christian 2. St. Mary's (Texas) [Heartland Conference] 3. Cameron [Lone Star Conference] 4. Central Oklahoma 5. West Texas A&M 6. Southwestern Oklahoma State 7. St. Edward's 8. Abilene Christian Individuals: 1. Brian Scheffler, Texas A&M-Commerce 2. Andrew Bishop, East Central 3. Osvaldo Machado, Incarnate Word 4. Adam Lebahn, Rockhurst 5. Matt Stahl, Drury Winner of each region advances to finals (2 teams, 2 individuals) NORTHWEST/WEST SUPER REGIONAL  Bellingham Golf and Country Club; Bellingham, Washington; hosted by Western Washington University Northwest Region: 1. St. Cloud State 2. South Dakota [North Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference] 3. North Dakota State 4. Minnesota State Mankato 5. Fort Lewis 6. Colorado-Colorado Springs 7. Colorado State-Pueblo [Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference] 8. Nebraska-Kearney Individuals: 1. Jon Burns, Augustana (South Dakota) 2. Terry Kragero, North Dakota 3. Myles Philpy, Regis (Colorado) 4. Chris Sylvia, Regis (Colorado) 5. Jeff Philippe, Adams State West: 1. Cal State Chico 2. Cal State Bakersfield [California Collegiate Athletic Association] 3. Cal State Stanislaus 4. UC San Diego 5. Western Washington 6. Hawaii-Hilo 7. Grand Canyon 8. St. Martin's Individuals: 1. Bryan Newman, Cal State Dominguez Hills 2. Ryan Plummer, Cal State San Bernardino 3. Andy Ainsworth, Western New Mexico 4. Adam Lewis, Sonoma State 5. Jason Myers, Western New Mexico Winner of each region advances to finals (2 teams, 2 individuals) 

Francis Marion University, in only its third appearance in the championships, won last year's title at Crosswater Golf Club in Sunriver, Oregon. Francis Marion captured the title with a 14-stroke win over Rollins College. Individually, Pfeiffer University's Andrew McArthur shot a 279 to earn medalist honors.

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