Starting at 8 a.m. Monday, college golf teams will converge on Duncan to test their skills at The Territory Golf and Country Club in the NCAA Division II South/South Central Super Regional Championships.

The tournament will run from May 1-3, and will send two schools and one individual to the national tournament at The Resort at Glade Springs in Daniels, West Virginia.

Among the schools participating this week in Duncan are Cameron University, the University of Central Oklahoma, East Central and Northeastern State. Cameron University is the host school and possesses a No. 3 regional ranking coming into the super regional.

UCO is the No. 1 ranked south central region school, and is looking to advance to its fourth national tournament in five years. Marlow’s Mitch Boles, who is a sophomore, will compete in the tournament for the Bronchos. This year, Boles has averaged 72.1 per round this season.

“We’re excited about playing and looking forward to the challenge,” UCO head coach Dax Johnston said in a release. “It should be a great tournament and our team is ready to go.”

Cameron is coming off a third place finish at the Lone Star Conference championships. Aggie junior Owen Mahaffey, was the runner-up in the tournament. Mahaffey lost on the first playoff hole in the tournament to UCO’s Todd Dayton. Both players will be at the regional championship this week. Northeastern State University won the LSC championship on the first playoff hole, and go into the super regionals as the No. 2 seed.

St. Mary’s (San Antonio), St. Edward’s (Austin), and Abilene Christian will be representing Texas at the tournament.

Lynn University, who is out of the Sunshine State Conference, is the No. 1 seed on the South region side. Florida Southern, West Florida, and Rollins round out the top-four schools traveling to Duncan for the tournament.

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