BU has competed against four of its 12 Bryan Regional opponents during the 2017-18 season, and the Bears have a combined 5-4 head-to-head record against those teams - Texas A&M (0-4), Ole Miss (2-0), SC (2-0) and Mississippi State (1-0).
The fields for the NCAA men's golf regionals were announced on Wednesday. The winners of each four-team pod will advance to the NCAA Division I Men's Championship quarterfinals held May 18-22 at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
The Cyclones are one of eight Big 12 teams to advance to NCAA postseason play.
SC will host the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive year and sixth time overall.
Murlick is the program's first at-large selection to NCAA Regional play since M Club Hall of Famer Mike Van Sickle earned a pair of bids to regionals - he was selected in 2007 and 2009 (he was a No. 1 seeded player that season).
BU is now 20-9 on the season and ranked No. 27 in the latest Oracle/ITA team rankings.
UNC will officially begin competition at the Reunion Resort's Watson Course in Kissimmee on May 14, as the 54-hole event is scheduled to run through May 16.
The Osprey's of North Florida earned an automatic berth into the tournament field as winners of the ASUN Championship. The Boilermakers have advanced out of regionals to the national championships three times in the last four years under head coach Rob Bradley (2014, 2016, 2017).
The No. 10 Texas duo of Banzer and Telles is 20-11 overall this season.
Morgan Deneen, a walk-on as a senior, won the conference individual championship by seven strokes at 10-under 203 and is expected to be joined at the regional by senior Thadd Obecny II, juniors Daniel Overas and Luis Ruiz, and sophomore States Fort. The first- and second-rounds features four teams playing in a single-elimination format with the victor of each site advancing to Winston-Salem, N.C., where the 16 teams will compete for the national championship beginning May 17.
For Davis and Carter, it is their first appearance in either the singles or the doubles individual championships. Smith started six games and appeared in all 31 games with 112 rebounds as a sophomore, playing in 16 games previous year.