Oklahoma State and Oklahoma advanced out of their NCAA regionals on Wednesday to move on to the NCAA Championship next week.
OSU erased an eight-shot deficit in Louisville, Ky., to win its NCAA-leading 14th regional title at the University of Louisville Golf Club.
The top-ranked Cowboys have won four consecutive regional titles and secured the 72nd NCAA Championship berth in the 73-year history of the program.
OSU fired a 7-under 277 to finish at 838. Its 14-under mark was good for a four-shot victory over Auburn. Baylor finished third at 845. Louisville finished at 859, while North Florida posted an 860 total to claim the fifth and final qualifying spot.
The No. 5 Sooners placed third at the Pullman Regional to advance to its ninth consecutive NCAA Championship.
The Sooners set a school record, posting the lowest 54-hole total in program history at 810 (-30) to claim their eighth straight top-three finish.
Also advancing out of the Pullman Regional are No. 2 seed Georgia Tech, No. 3 seed South Carolina, No. 4 seed Texas A&M and No. 6 seed BYU.
In Austin, Texas, Oral Roberts' Cody Burrows finished in a tie for 34th place, playing as an individual.
The 30-team NCAA Championships are May 24-29 at The Blessing Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark.