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USF Men's Golf Draws Three Seed in New Mexico Regional

#SpringofRings continues on as South Florida Men's Golf look to carry their momentum from the AAC Tourney into New Mexico for the NCAA Regional.


In their quest to get back to the NCAA Championships for the second consecutive year, Steve Bradley's squad will have to roll through New Mexico.

It was announced this morning that USF Men's Golf will compete against thirteen other schools in the New Mexico Regional as a #3 seed. The tournament will take place from May 16th-18th in Albuquerque with the top five (or low five technically) teams advancing to the NCAA Finals in Eugene, Oregon later this month.

With the team boat racing the entire AAC in the conference tournament this week, Bradley's boys are leading the charge in the #SpringofRings campaign on Fowler Avenue, and have a legitimate shot at being the first USF team to bring home a national championship. To do so, they first have to fend off the likes of Southern Cal, Arizona State, Texas Tech, and others in Breaking Bad country before they can head to the beautiful University of Oregon campus.

You can bet CorreaDiMarcoFernandesKoepkaMeltzerRuffino, and AAC individual champ Aksel Olsen will be up to the task for a deep postseason run.

Let's hope the Bulls end up more Walter White than Gus Fring.

Say my name, NCAA Golf Championships.