CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – On the heels of its sixth Ivy League championship in the past eight years, Harvard women's golf will travel to East Lansing, Michigan to compete in the NCAA Regional Championships, as announced in the selection show on the Golf Channel Wednesday night. The action will run May 6-8 at Forest Akers West Golf Course.
Harvard won the Ivy League Championships by six strokes to earn the conference's automatic postseason bid, and will make its eighth appearance in the NCAA Championship. The berth is Harvard's first since 2016, which capped a run of five-straight NCAA appearances.
Four locations were selected for the NCAA Regional Championships with 18 teams, plus six individuals, competing at each venue May 6-8. The low six teams and low three individuals (not on those teams) from each of the four regionals will advance to the NCAA Women's Golf Championships, taking place May 17-22 at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The Crimson will face 17 opponents in the East Lansing Regional: Stanford, Arizona, Kent State, UCLA, Michigan State, Campbell, Illinois, Baylor, North Carolina, Georgia, Louisville, Augusta, LSU, Indiana, Long Beach State, Xavier and IUPUI.
Harvard at the NCAA Championship
2019 – East Lansing, Michigan
2016 – Baton Rouge, Louisiana (9th of 16)
2015 – South Bend, Indiana (10th of 18)
2014 – Stillwater, Oklahoma (13th of 24)
2013 – Stanford, California (20th of 24)
2012 – Columbus, Ohio (18th of 24)
2009 – Columbus, Ohio (19th of 21)
2008 – Austin, Texas (19th of 21)