STOCKTON, Calif. – After being selected as the 13th seed two weeks ago, the ACU golf team is set to compete in the regional round of the NCAA Championships. The Wildcats will play one round a day for three days, with the first round scheduled for Monday morning in Northern California.

The ACU made their way into the region after winning the Western Athletic Conference championship, with Alex Nail finishing tied for third place individually and Brian Choe posting the best run of the tournament. Choe was later voted as an All-Conference selection alongside his teammate Zane Heuselwhile the head coach Tom Shaw was selected as WAC Coach of the Year for the first time.

The top five teams from each of the six regionals will advance to the final, which takes place May 27-June 1 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.


  1. Arizona State
  2. Washington (Pac-12 Champions)
  3. Stanford
  4. USL
  5. Oregon
  6. Nevada
  7. Freedom
  8. Brigham Young
  9. UAB
  10. Houston
  11. U.C. Davis
  12. Denver (Apex League Champions)
  13. Abilene Christian (WAC Champions)
  14. Weber State (Big Sky Champions)

ACU range

  1. Brian Choe (average of 73.09)
  2. Zane Heusel (average of 73.64)
  3. Alex Nail (average of 73.73)
  4. Francisco Osio (mean of 74.67)
  5. Logan Diomede (average of 75.67)

Monday pairings and departure times

  • 11:20 CT | Logan Diomede / Brody Childs (Weber State) / Nate Deziel (North Dakota State)
  • 11:31 a.m. CT | Francisco Osio / Isaac Buerger (Weber State) / Nathan Cogswell (Seattle)
  • 11:42 a.m. CT | Alex Nail / Hunter Howe (Weber State) / Tyler Schafer (Long Beach State)
  • 11:53 a.m. CT | Zane Heusel / Hayden Banz (Weber State) / Jackson Rivera (USC)
  • 12:04 CT | Brian Choe / Reese Fisher (Weber State) / Caden Fiorini (UNLV)

Course Information

Located in Stockton, California, the Reserve at Spanos Park golf course is a renowned links-style golf course designed by Andy Raugust in 1999. With Mount Diablo as a backdrop, it showcases the splendor of incredible sunrises and sunsets, providing a unique golfing experience, The reserve is secluded from the many distractions of everyday life, providing refuge for golfers and some lucky wildlife – primarily blue herons and egrets that inhabit the course. Spanos Park Reserve has been featured in “Best of San Joaquin Magazine 2008, 2012 and 2013” and rated 4.5 stars in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play.”

Live results will be available throughout the tournament by clicking here.


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