COLUMBUS, Ohio --Haley Sanders and Natalie Gleadall each shot a 2-over 74 to lead the Ole Miss Rebels in the final round of the NCAA Central Regional at the Scarlet Course on the campus of Ohio State University Saturday afternoon.
The Rebels closed out the season with their best round of regional play, a 304, to finish in 13th.
No. 3 Southern Cal ran away with the regional championship, besting second-place No. 10 Vanderbilt by 25 strokes.
The Trojans also captured the individual championship as Lisa McCloskey earned medalist honors.
In addition to Southern Cal and Vanderbilt, six other teams advanced on to the NCAA Championships: Purdue, No. 14 Tennessee, Virginia, No. 16 Ohio State, No. 22 North Carolina State and Arkansas.
Sanders earned her fourth top-20 of the season, finishing at 10-over for the tournament. The junior capped off regional play with a steady final round, going over-par on just two holes to match her score from the first round.
Wrapping up her collegiate career Saturday, Gleadall birdied two of her first four holes and used that fast start to card a 2-over, as well.
TEAM STANDINGS NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL 1 Southern Cal 298-290-286--874 2 Vanderbilt 308-292-299--899 3 Purdue 301-307-294--902 4 Tennessee 306-308-290--904 5 Virginia 308-296-301--905 6 Ohio State 310-302-296--908 7 North Carolina State 307-304-300--911 8 Arkansas 310-308-295--913 The top 8 teams advance to the Championship 13 Ole Miss 315-311-304--930 OLE MISS INDIVIDUALS T18 Haley Sanders 74-78-74--226 T50 Natalie Gleadall 84-76-74--234 T68 Ericka Schneider 80-79-78--237 T68 Haley Millsap 80-78-79--237 T88 Taelor Rubin 81-81-78--240
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