Ready for Regionals

Vanderbilt is the No. 1-seeded team at the West Lafayette Regional

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The No. 1-seed Vanderbilt men’s golf team begins its NCAA postseason run this week, as the Commodores are set to play in the 2024 NCAA West Lafayette Regional at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex.

Tournament Format
The 2024 NCAA West Lafayette Regional takes place Monday-Wednesday at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex in West Lafayette, Indiana. Teams will play one 18-hole round per day. The top five teams and the top individual on a non-advancing team will move on to the 2024 NCAA Men’s Golf Championship at the Omni La Costa Resort in Carlsbad, California.

Course Information
Teams will play on the Kampen-Cosler Course at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex. It is a 7,465-yard course that plays as a par 72. The course hosted the 2008 NCAA Men’s Golf Championship, and most recently held a men’s NCAA Regional event in 2017.

Tee Times
Each day of the 2024 NCAA West Lafayette Regional features a 7 a.m. CT tee time. Teams will tee off in 11-minute intervals beginning at 7 a.m. CT on Hole 1, while those who start on Hole 10 will open each day at 7:30 a.m. CT. Fans can click here for a full list of pairings each day.

Vanderbilt Lineup
1) Gordon Sargent 2) Matthew Riedel 3) Cole Sherwood 4) Jackson Van Paris 5) William Moll

Sub) Wells Williams

Live Results
Fans can follow all of the action via live results at

The Field
A total of 13 teams will be at the 2024 NCAA West Lafayette Regional. Vanderbilt is the No. 1 seed at the West Lafayette Regional. Teams competing against the Commodores will be Arizona, Florida, New Mexico, Purdue, San Diego State, Mississippi State, Indiana, Charleston, Stetson, Colorado State, Southern Illinois, and Tennessee Tech.

Individuals playing at the West Lafayette Regional are Caleb VanArragon (Valparaiso), Hunter Thompson (Michigan), Cameron Huss (Wisconsin), Barend Botha (Toledo), Valentin Peugnet (Illinois State), Owen Stamper (Middle Tennessee), Alex McCulla (Illinois State), Luke Fuller (Western Kentucky), and Ben Ortwein (Rider).

Head Coach Scott Limbaugh on the NCAA West Lafayette Regional
“We have had a good couple of weeks of preparation and rest. I know our guys are excited for this tournament to begin. You have to be locked in each step of the way because you have to earn things this time of year, and the way you earn it is through your actions, executing fundamentals, and consistency. I love this team and I believe in each one of them.  It’s time to have some fun and do it together.”

2024 West Lafayette Regional Page
Click here to access the official 2024 West Lafayette Regional page.

Vanderbilt at the NCAA Regionals
This season marks the 17th appearance for the Commodores at an NCAA Men’s Golf Regional. Vanderbilt is the top seed at an NCAA Regional for the seventh time in program history. Vandy’s first NCAA Regional appearance came in 2003.

The Dores have finished first at an NCAA Regional twice, winning the 2021 Kingston Springs Regional and the 2022 Palm Beach Regional. Vanderbilt has advanced out of an NCAA Regional in nine-straight seasons.

Sargent a Ben Hogan Award Finalist
Junior Gordon Sargent was named one of three finalists for the 2024 Ben Hogan Award, an honor that annually goes to the top collegiate golfer. It is the second-straight season that Sargent has been named a Ben Hogan Award finalist. Click here for more information on the Sargent’s Ben Hogan Award finalist selection.

All-SEC Honors
A quartet of Commodores earned All-SEC honors earlier this week. Graduate student Matthew Riedel, senior Cole Sherwood, and junior Gordon Sargent were each named All-SEC first team. Junior Jackson Van Paris was named All-SEC second team and was selected to the SEC Community Service Team. For more information on the All-SEC selections, click the link here.

Last Time Out
Vanderbilt advanced to the title match for the third-straight year at the SEC Championship, but the Commodores dropped a 3-2 decision to Auburn. Vandy collected match play wins over Florida (3-2) and Texas A&M (3.5-1.5) to advance to the title match of the 2024 SEC Championship.

The Dores finishes stroke play at the 2024 SEC Championship in third place after carding 13-under 827, just one stroke off the lead. Graduate student Matthew Riedel finished in a tie for second to pace the Dores, as the Houston, Texas, native carded 6-under 204.

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