The University of Colorado is the seventh seed in the San Francisco Regional of the 2018 NCAA Women's Golf Championship.
Colorado is one of 18 teams set to compete at the Par 72, 6,369-yard TPC Harding Park, May 7-9. Stanford will serve has host of the regional which consists of 54 holes; 18 holes each day.
Colorado makes its fifth-straight NCAA regional appearance and eighth overall. The Buffaloes, ranked No. 19 by Golfweek and No. 25 by Golfstat, are coming off a sixth-place finish at the 2018 Pac-12 Conference Championship.
"I'm happy for them," Colorado head coach Anne Kelly said. "We felt like we were going to regionals for most of the year. We are excited it's in California; we play a lot in Northern California, and we're familiar with the conditions. It's a good selection."
Five Pac-12 Conference teams are heading to the Stanford Regional. Pac-12 champion UCLA is the top seed while the host Cardinal are second. No. 11 California and No. 14 Oregon round out the Pac-12 attendees.
"It's a tough region, a lot of good teams in there," Kelly said. "We're going to have to bring our A-game for sure."
The top six teams from the four NCAA regionals, plus the low three individuals not on one of those teams, will advance to the 2018 NCAA Finals at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla., May 18-23. The other regionals are at the University of Texas Golf Club in Austin, Texas, the University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wis., and the Seminole Golf Course & Club in Tallahassee, Fla.