MADISON, Wisc. -- For the second consecutive year, the Old Dominion women's golf team will compete in the NCAA Tournament. Head coachMallory Hetzeland the Monarchs earned an at-large bid and will compete in the Madison Regional at University Ridge Golf Course May 7-9.
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The Monarchs will be the No. 13 seed at the regional.
The bid marks the first time the team has earned an at-large bid. Last year, ODU earned Conference USA's automatic bid after winning the conference championship, the first in school history.
ODU placed 11th out of 18 teams at the Columbus Regional last season.
For more information on the NCAA Women's Golf Championship, head toNCAA.com.