The Oregon men's golf team will be looking to put a disappointing Pac-12 Conference performance behind it in an NCAA regional tournament May 14-16 in Stockton, Calif.

On Wednesday, the Ducks were selected to play in an NCAA regional for the 12th straight year when they were selected for the Stockton Regional hosted by the University of the Pacific. The three-day regional will be played at The Reserve at Spanos Park.

LSU will be the No. 1 seed in the regional. Other Pac-12 teams in the regional are Stanford, USC and Colorado. The top five teams in each of the six regionals advance to the NCAA Championships in Stillwater, Okla., May 24-29.

Oregon won the 2016 NCAA title and finished second to Oklahoma last year after winning the Pac-12 Conference title. The Ducks have been up and down this season, with four top-four finishes, including tying for the team title at the Duck Invitational, but are coming off a disappointing 11th-place performance at the Pac-12 Championships.

“We are excited to get the bitter taste of (the Pac-12 Championships) out of our mouth and compete again,” Oregon coach Casey Martin said in a school news release. “I love the tension of NCAAs and I expect us to play a lot better.”