The Wichita State women’s golf team will head to Stillwater, Okla. to compete in the NCAA Regionals for the first time in school history, May 8-10 at Karsten Creek.

The Shockers earned the regional bid by winning their first Missouri Valley Conference Championship in school history last week, carding a 54-hole program record 900 (297-304-299) to defeat Indiana State by one shot.

Meghan Schuetz, Bryce Schroeder and Alejandra Arellano were each named to the MVC All-Conference Team and head coach Tom McCurdy was named the conference’s coach of the year.

The full central region is as follows:

1. University of California, Los Angeles

2. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

3. University of Alabama

4. University of Arizona

5. Louisiana State University

6. Oklahoma State University

7. University of Florida

8. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

9. The Ohio State University

10. University of Miami (Florida)

11. Mississippi State University

12. University of California, Berkeley

13. Kent State University (Mid-American Conference)

14. University of Kansas

15. University of Texas at Austin

16. University of Nevada, Las Vegas

17. University of Colorado, Boulder

18. Southern Methodist University

19. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

20. Harvard University (Ivy Group)

21. Lamar University (Southland Conference)

22. Wichita State University (Missouri Valley Conference)

23. Long Island University-Brooklyn Campus (Northeast Conference)

24. Siena College (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference)

The Shockers will be fighting for a chance to head to the NCAA National Championship in Tulsa, Okla. at Tulsa Country Club, May 20-23.