NCAA announces women's golf regional field

Updated: May 1, 2006, 5:35 PM ET
ESPN.com news services

Arizona State, Duke and UCLA were selected as the top seeds in the 2006 NCAA women's golf regional field.

Regional tournaments will be conducted May 11-13 in three sites around the country to determine the championships field. A total of 324 participants were selected; of these players, 126 will advance to the championship. Eight teams and two individuals will advance from each region.

The East Regional will be played at the Bryan Park Golf Course in Bryan Park, N.C., hosted by Wake Forest University. The Central Regional will take place at The Traditions at Texas A&M in College Station, Texas. The University of Washington will host the West Regional at the Washington National Golf Club in Las Auburn, Wash.

The championships finals will be held May 23 to 26 at the Scarlet Course, in Columbus, Ohio, hosted by Ohio State University.

Conference automatic qualifiers are in parenthesis.

East Regional:
1. Arizona State
2. Auburn (SEC)
3. Tennessee
4. Wake Forest
5. California
6. Vanderbilt
7. Virginia
8. South Carolina
9. LSU
10. Florida State
11. Alabama
12. North Carolina State
13. Augusta State
14. Maryland
15. Furman
16. North Carolina
17. Mississippi State
18. Campbell (Atlantic Sun)
19. College of Charleston (SEC)
20. East Carolina (C-USA)
21. Yale (Ivy)

Individuals:
1. Adrienne White, Louisville
2. Christina Jones, South Florida
3. Michelle Jarman, UNC Wilmington

Central Regional:
1. Duke (ACC)
2. Southern California
3. Pepperdine
4. Texas A&M (Big 12)
5. Florida
6. Oklahoma State
7. Kent State (Mid-American)
8. Ohio State
9. Michigan State
10. SMU
11. TCU
12. Missouri
13. Baylor
14. Tulsa
15. Nebraska
16. Northwestern
17. Texas
18. Birmingham-Southern (Big South)
19. Jacksonville State (Ohio Valley)
20. Jackson State (Southwestern Athletic)v 21. St. Francis (Pa.) (Northeast)

Individuals:
1. Samantha Richdale, Illinois State
2. Amy Schmucker, Michigan
3. Amanda Costner, Kansas

West Regional:
1. UCLA (Pac-10)
2. Georgia
3. Purdue (Big Ten)
4. Arkansas
5. UNLV (Mountain West)
6. Arizona
7. Stanford
8. New Mexico
9. Washington
10. Long Beach State
11. Brigham Young
12. UC Irvine (Big West)
13. San Jose State (WAC)
14. Denver (Sun Belt)
15. Oregon State
16. Washington State
17. New Mexico State
18. Georgia State (CAA)
19. Oral Roberts (Mid-Continent)
20. Bradley (Missouri Valley)
21. Montana (Big Sky)

Individuals:
1. Jessica Potter, San Francisco
2. Renee Skidmore, Idaho
3. Chelsea Benton, Colorado State