NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championships

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NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championship
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Tournament information
Location 2016: Denver, Colorado
Established 1963
Course(s) 2016: Green Valley Ranch GC
Par 2016: 72
Length 2016: 7,327 yards (6,700 m)
Format 54-hole stroke play,
8-team match play
Month played May
Current champion
Team: Saint Leo
Individual: Hugo Bernard (Saint Leo)

The NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championships, played in late May, is an annual competition in U.S. men's collegiate golf. From its inception through 2010, it was a 72-hole stroke play team competition, with an additional award for the lowest scoring individual competitor. The team format changed starting in 2011 to 54 holes of stroke play followed by an eight-team single elimination medal match play competition. The 54-hole individual leader is the individual champion.[1]

Many of the individual champions have gone on to successful professional careers. The most successful individual winner is Lee Janzen (1986) who won eight times on the PGA Tour including two major championships, the 1993 and 1998 U.S. Opens.

Results[edit]

Stroke play (1963–2010)[edit]

Year Site
(Host team)
Par Team championship Individual championship
Champion Score Runner-up Score Champion Score
1963 Springfield, MO
(SW Missouri State)
72
(288)
Southwest Missouri State 1,188 Aquinas (MI) 1,199 Gary Head
(Middle Tennessee State)
278
(−6)
1964 72 †
(216)
Southern Illinois 886 San Diego State 888 John Kurzynowski
(Aquinas)
212
(−4)
1965 72
(288)
Middle Tennessee State 1,157 Southern Illinois 1,202 Larry Gilbert
(Middle Tennessee State)
280
1966 Chico, CA
(Chico State)
72
(288)
Chico State 1,206 Lamar Tech 1,207 Bob Smith
(Sacramento State)
279
1967 Murray, KY
(Murray State)
71
(284)
Lamar Tech 1,141 Murray State 1,160 Larry Hinson
(East Tennessee State)
276
1968 Beaumont, TX
(Lamar Tech)
72
(288)
Lamar Tech 1,151 Middle Tennessee State 1,192 Mike Nugent
(Lamar Tech)
280
1969 Albuquerque, NM
(New Mexico)
72
(288)
San Fernando Valley State 1,231 Rollins 1,232 Corky Bassler
(San Fernando Valley State)
Mike Spang
(Portland State)
297
1970 Youngstown, OH
(Youngstown State)
71
(284)
Rollins 1,195 Georgia Southern 1,205 Gary McCord
(UC Riverside)
285
1971 Chico, CA
(Chico State)
72
(288)
LSU–New Orleans 1,198 San Fernando Valley State 1,202 Stan Stopa
(LSU–New Orleans)
292
1972 Williamstown, MA
(Williams)
72
(288)
LSU–New Orleans 1,214 South Florida 1,238 Jim Hilderbrand
(Ashland)
300
1973 Riverside, CA
(UC Riverside)
72
(288)
Cal State Northridge 1,180 South Florida 1,196 Paul Wise
(Cal State Fullerton)
289
1974 Tampa, FL
(South Florida)
72
(288)
Cal State Northridge 1,205 UC Irvine 1,211 Matt Bloom
(UC Riverside)
294
1975 Martin, TN
(UT–Martin)
72 ‡
(216)
UC Irvine 886 Cal State Northridge 891 Jerry Wisz
(UC Irvine)
211
1976 Youngstown, OH
(Youngstown State)
71
(284)
Troy State 1,181 UC Irvine 1,212 Mike Nicolette
(Rollins)
286
1977 Houston, TX
(Texas Southern)
71
(284)
Troy State 1,168 Rollins 1,179 David Thornally
(Arkansas–Little Rock)
287
1978 Lakeland, FL
(Florida Southern)
71
(284)
Columbus 1,174 Troy State 1,183 Thomas Brannen
(Columbus)
282
1979 Davis, CA
(UC Davis)
72
(288)
UC Davis 1,194 Columbus
Florida Southern
1,203 Tom Gleeton
(Florida Southern)
289
1980 Thobidaux, LA
(Nicholls State)
72
(288)
Columbus 1,178 Florida Southern 1,181 Paul Perini
(Troy State)
288
1981 Hartford, CT
(Hartford)
72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,184 United States International 1,219 Tom Patri
(Florida Southern)
293
1982 Lakeland, FL
(Florida Southern)
72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,181 Southwest Texas State 1,191 Vic Wilk
(Cal State Northridge)
288
1983 California, PA
(California)
72
(288)
Southwest Texas State 1,229 Troy State 1,234 Greg Chapman
(Stephen F. Austin)
296
1984 Erie, PA
(Gannon)
72
(288)
Troy State 1,198 Florida Southern 1,216 Greg Cate
(Central Connecticut State)
295
1985 Huntsville, TX
(Sam Houston State)
71
(284)
Florida Southern 1,192 Stephen F. Austin 1,202 Hugh Royer III
(Columbus)
286
1986 Tampa, FL
(Tampa)
72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,196 Columbus 1,207 Lee Janzen
(Florida Southern)
281
1987 Columbus, GA
(Columbus)
72
(288)
Tampa 1,175 Columbus 1,180 Jeff Leonard
(Tampa)
280
1988 Kirksville, MO
(NE Missouri State)
71
(284)
Tampa 1,189 Florida Southern 1,203 287
1989 Erie, PA
(Gannon)
72
(288)
Columbus 1,196 Valdosta State 1,206 Brian Dixon
(Columbus)
294
1990 Boca Raton, FL
(Florida Atlantic)
72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,170 Columbus 1,196 Bob Burns
(Cal State Northridge)
288
1991 72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,166 Columbus 1,190 Clete Cole
(Columbus)
287
1992 Spartanburg, SC
(Wofford)
72
(288)
Columbus 1,144 Troy State 1,176 Diego Ventureira
(Columbus)
285
1993 Turlock, CA
(Cal State Stanislaus)
72
(288)
Abilene Christian 1,160 Columbus 1,165 Jeev Milkha Singh
(Abilene Christian)
282
1994 Jacksonville, FL
(North Florida)
72
(288)
Columbus 1,175 North Florida 1,179 Briny Baird
(Valdosta State)
284
1995 Aiken, SC
(USC–Aiken)
72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,204 South Carolina–Aiken 1,214 290
1996 Edmond, OK
(Central Oklahoma)
72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,178 South Carolina–Aiken 1,187 Dax Johnston
(Central Oklahoma)
291
1997 Phoenix, AZ
(Grand Canyon)
72
(288)
Columbus State 1,149 North Florida 1,153 Scott Householder
(Cal State San Bernardino)
273
1998 Winter Park, FL
(Rollins)
72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,168 Columbus State 1,175 Orjan Larsen
(West Florida)
280
1999 Valdosta, GA
(Valdosta State)
72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,125 South Carolina–Aiken 1,157 Matt Saglio
(Florida Southern)
278
2000 Turlock, CA
(Cal State Stanislaus)
72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,140 Cal State Bakersfield
Grand Canyon
1,169 Jeff Klauk
(Florida Southern)
275
2001 Allendale, MI
(Grand Valley State)
72
(288)
West Florida 1,148 Florida Southern 1,163 Steve Sokol
(Florida Southern)
286
2002 Winter Park, FL
(Rollins)
72
(288)
Rollins 1,194 Cal State Stanislaus 1,195 J. J. Jakovac
(Chico State)
285
2003 Sunriver, OR 72
(288)
Francis Marion 1,149 Rollins 1,163 Andrew McArthur
(Pfeiffer)
279
2004 DeLand, FL 72
(288)
South Carolina–Aiken 1,191 Chico State 1,200 J. J. Jakovac
(Chico State)
287
2005 Savannah, GA
(Armstrong State)
71
(284)
South Carolina–Aiken 1,158 Armstrong State 1,163 Dane Burkhart
(South Carolina–Aiken)
279
2006 Athens, WV
(Concord)
70
(280)
South Carolina–Aiken 1,148 Columbus State 1,160 Jamie Amoretti
(St. Mary's–TX)
280
2007 Allendale, MI
(Grand Valley State)
71
(284)
Barry 1,186 South Carolina–Upstate 1,187 Christian Ries
(Columbus State)
286
2008 Houston, TX
(Rice)
70
(280)
West Florida 1,129P North Alabama
St. Edward's (TX)
1,129 Jeff Goff
(South Carolina–Aiken)
278P
2009 Bellingham, WA
(Western Washington)
71
(284)
Sonoma State 1,179P Cal State San Bernardino 1,179 Gavin Smith
(Indiana–PA)
289P
2010 Noblesville, IN 72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,206 Central Missouri 1,213 Cyril Bouniol
(Abilene Christian)
285

Match play (2011–present)[edit]

Year Site
(Host team)
Par Team championship Individual championship
Champion Score Runner-up Champion Score
2011 Athens, WV
(Concord)
72
(288)
Cal State Monterey Bay 3–2 Lynn Kyle Souza
(Chico State)
212P
(−4)
2012 Louisville, KY
(Bellarmine)
72
(288)
Nova Southeastern 5–0 Chico State Josh Creel
(Central Oklahoma)
206P
(−10)
2013 Hershey, PA 71
(284)
Barry 2½–2½P Lynn Tim Crouch
(Florida Southern)
211P
(−2)
2014 Allendale, MI
(Grand Valley State)
71
(284)
Barry 3½–1½ Nova Southeastern 213
(E)
2015 Conover, NC 71 †
(213)
Nova Southeastern 3–2 Lynn Sam Migdal
(Central Missouri)
205
(−8)
2016 Denver, CO
(Metro State)
72 †
(216)
Saint Leo 3–2 Chico State Hugo Bernard
(Saint Leo)
203
(−13)
2017 Kissimmee, FL
2018 Muscle Shoals, AL
(North Alabama)

P = Won in a playoff
† = 54-hole tournament, scheduled
‡ = 54-hole tournament, due to weather

Multiple winners[edit]

Team[edit]

The following schools have won more than one team championship:

Individual[edit]

The following men have won more than one individual championship:

Individual champion's school[edit]

The following schools have produced more than one individual champion:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved January 14, 2016. 

External links[edit]