Pittsburg State University sophomore Keith Capps will be among five medalists that have been invited to the NCAA Division II Central Golf Regional, which is part of the Central/Great Lakes Super Regional to be played at Red Hawk Run Golf Club in Findlay, Ohio, May 5-7.

Pittsburg State University sophomore Keith Capps will be among five medalists that have been invited to the NCAA Division II Central Golf Regional, which is part of the Central/Great Lakes Super Regional to be played at Red Hawk Run Golf Club in Findlay, Ohio, May 5-7.
With their MIAA Championship earned April 22, the Washburn Ichabods are conference's automatic qualifier and the top seed in the region. WU won last season's regional and finished fifth at the national championship tournament, the best finish by an MIAA squad since Southwest Missouri State placed fourth in 1964.
Central Missouri gets the No. 2 seed, followed by Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference champion Winona (Minn.) State. Missouri Southern is seeded fourth, followed by Missouri Western and the only other non-MIAA team in the field -- the NSIC's Upper Iowa Peacocks.
Fort Hays State earned the seventh seed, with the Southwest Baptist Bearcats getting the final team spot.
Capps will be joined by MIAA Freshman of the Year Truman’s Chris Kovach as two of the five individual medalists that were invited to the regional.
The top team from each region within the super regional and the top individual not with a team from each super regional (regardless of region) will advance to the finals May 14-17 at the Division II Spring National Championships Festival in Houston, Texas. The finals will be hosted by Rice University and the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority.
Ten additional teams will earn berths to the finals. These teams will be determined based on the previous three-year average of top-10 finishes of a super regional at the finals. For the 2008 championships, the Central/Great Lakes Super Regional gets one of those additional berths