Kieran Vincent’s birdie at No. 18 on Wednesday secured Liberty’s spot in the NCAA men’s golf championship for the third time in program history.
Vincent finished in a tie for fifth at 7 under, and the Flames posted a three-round total of 15-under par to finish in fourth place in the Tallahassee Regional at Seminole Legacy Golf Club in Tallahassee, Florida.
Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Liberty and TCU posted top-five team finishes to lock in spots into the national championship. The 30-team event will take place May 28 through June 2 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The Seminoles, playing on their home course, posted a three-round total of 34 under and finished 17 shots ahead of Georgia.
Georgia’s Davis Thompson claimed medalist honors at 8 under. Jacksonville’s Michael Sakane finished second at 7 under to qualify as an individual for the national championship.
LU’s Jonathan Yaun finished in a tie for eighth at 6 under. Ervin Chang and Zach Barbin finished in a tie for 28th at 1 over.
Liberty High holds signing ceremony
In Bedford, six seniors attended a spring signing ceremony Wednesday.