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Cal (Pa.) hosting golf regional at Totteridge

Bill Beckner

College golf is coming to the area.

Cal (Pa.) will host the NCAA Division II Atlantic/East Region Championships May 9-11 at Totteridge Golf Club near Greensburg.

As hosts, the Vulcans receive an at-large bid to the tournament.

Twenty teams will compete in the event, which also features an individual competition.

Cal hosted a 13-team fall invitational at Totteridge as a preview for the regional round. Eight teams that played in that event will return.

The top three teams and two individuals not on a qualifying team advance to the NCAA Championship. Additional berths could be granted later.

Other PSAC teams set for Totteridge include IUP, Mercyhurst, Gannon and Millersville.

There are three other regional sites: Mission Inn Resort and Club, El Campeon Course, Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. (South/Southeast); Hot Springs Country Club, Arlington Course, Hot Springs, Ark. (Midwest/Central); and The Ledges Golf Club, St. George, Utah (West/South Central).

The NCAA Championship is May 21-25 at The Resort at Glade Springs, Cobb Course on Daniels, W. Va.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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