No. 6 seed Liberty will look to make its second appearance at the NCAA Men's Golf National Championship in three years with a top five finish in this week's NCAA Eugene Regional.
The Flames, currently ranked No. 34 in the country by Golfstat and No. 35 by Golfweek, are making their fourth-straight NCAA Men's Golf Regional appearance and sixth overall in program history.
With a top five finish at this week's regional, which will be contested at the Eugene Country Club (par 70, 6,990 yards) in Eugene, Ore., the Flames will advance to the national championship.
This year's national championship will be hosted by Wichita State at the Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan., May 23-28.
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