TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Eighth-seeded Georgia has stunned Oklahoma
State 3-2 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA's new match-play format
for determining a team champion.
The Bulldogs had finished 20 strokes behind the No. 1 seed Cowboys in medal play.
The match came down to the No. 1 players for each team, with Brian Harman defeating Rickie Fowler 1-up by overcoming a 1-down deficit over the last two holes. Harman birdied the final three holes, hitting a 4½-foot putt on the 18th green to take the point.
In other quarterfinal matches, No. 4 Arkansas beat No. 5 Washington 3-2; No. 7 Texas A&M beat No. 2 Arizona State 3-1-1; and No. 6 Michigan beat No. 3 Southern California 3-2.
The semifinals were scheduled for later Friday.
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