UNLV, LVCVA Host NCAA Women’s Golf Regional at Spanish Trail Country Club

UNLV and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority will host the first NCAA Women’s Golf Las Vegas Regional May 6-8 at Spanish Trail Country Club on the Canyon and Lakes Courses. Toa Yokoyama, a Rebel junior, is the top-seeded individual not attached to any of the site’s 12 teams and is the lone UNLV women’s golf rep.

Yokoyama, who was named to the 2024 All-Mountain West First Team, will be competing in the NCAA postseason for the second consecutive year after playing at the Pullman Regional last season. The Tokyo, Japan, native led the Rebels with a career-best 72.25 scoring average, two top-5 finishes and five top-10 finishes to earn a No. 42 individual national ranking this season.

The team field is located with some of the top programs in the country. The teams and seeds –wht national ranking in parentheses–are: 1. UCLA (No.4); 2. Arkansas (No.9); 3. Arizona (No.16); 4. Florida State (No. 19); 5. Cal; 6. Purdue; 7. Baylor; 8. Oklahoma; 9. Colorado State; 10. Kent State; 11. Xavier; 12. Dartmouth; The Individuals: 1. Toa Yokoyama – UNLV; 2. Lauren Lehigh – New Mexico; 3. Lauren Zaretsky – Texas Tech; 4. Myah McDonald – New Mexico; 5. Victoria Liu – Princeton; 6. Lizzie Neale – Northern Arizona.

The top five teams and the low individual not on those teams will advance to the NCAA Championship being held at Omni La Costa Resort & Spa from May 17-22 in Carlsbad, California.

Admission is free for the three-day event and a valid ID/Driver’s License must be presented at the entrance located at the Spanish Trail Country Club west gate on Tropicana Avenue. Spectators will need to utilize ride-sharing apps or taxis, as parking will not be available to the general public on site.UNLV and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority will host the first NCAA Women’s Golf Las Vegas Regional next week from Monday-Wednesday, May 6-8 at Spanish Trail Country Club on the Canyon and Lakes Courses (Par 72, 6,665/6,615 yards). The Rebels will also be represented in the event by junior Toa Yokoyama, who is the top-seeded individual not attached to any of the site’s 12 teams.