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Texas Tech Men’s Golf Headed for New Haven Regional

The Red Raiders are playing in their 20th straight regional as they hope to repeat as regional champs

Texas Tech will play in its 20th straight NCAA men’s regional golf tournament when the Red Raiders Tee off in the New Haven Regional on Monday.

The Red Raiders are the No. 2 seed in the event, which will be played at the Yale Golf Club in New Haven, Connecticut.

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The low five teams and the low individual not on those five qualifying teams will advance to the NCAA Championships on May 27-June 1 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Tech won the 2021 Albuquerque Regional and has advanced to 13 NCAA Championships, including last season where the team finished 11th.

Texas Tech finished fourth in the Big 12 Tournament with a 54-hole score of 3-under-par 861. But Ludvig Aberg won the Big 12 men’s individual title with an 8-under score that featured rounds of 68, 71 and 69 for a 54-hole total of 208.

Three more Red Raiders finished in the Top 25 individually. Andy Lopez finished in a tie for 14th with a score of 217 (72-71-74). Calum Scott came in 17th place with a score of 219 (74-72-73) and Baard Skogen tied for 25th with a score of 224 (72-80-72). Sandy Scott will also be at the regional after shooting a 228 (76-73-79) at the Big 12 Tournament.

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Along with Texas Tech, the New Haven Regional will feature North Carolina, Wake Forest, Illinois, North Carolina State, Charlotte, North Florida, Georgia Southern, Mississippi State, Virginia, UCF, Seton Hall, Yale, and Sacred Heart.

The Big 12 has two No. 1 seeds in the regional round — Oklahoma and Oklahoma State — the latter of which is playing in Columbus, Ohio. Kansas, Kansas State and Texas are also in regional play, while Baylor and TCU both have individual players looking to advance.

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