Despite garnering three birdies on the front nine, Alexander Matlari was unable to overcome four bogeys and a double bogey in his final round, equaling a 75 (+3) performance.
Wicks paced the Dolphins with a three-round total of 219 (74+74+71) to finish tied for seventh, and had 32 holes of par or better including 12 birdies.
Lawrence and teammate Sarit Suwannarut had received individual berths to the three-day regional. They were among 18 teams that made the cut for the final two rounds.
BYU sit in fifth place going into the last round of the NCAA Stanford Regional.
"I tried to change up my mentality around this golf course", said Knoll. If you're not on it doesn't take much, there's a bogey out there and that's if you're smart.
"Today's round was hard for me, especially the finish", Novak said.
" MI closes out the 2016-17 season with a 10th-place finish at the NCAA Washington Regional in Sammamish, Washington, where the Maize and Blue shot a final-round 296, led by Kyle Mueller's one-under par 70".
TEAM LEADERBOARD - Stanford, the host team and top seed, played its home course in 6-under-par Wednesday and forged a tie for the team title with 36-hole leader Baylor, finishing at 17-under-par 823. They finished the day five shots off Burns' pace in the hunt for the individual title.
Baylor's 58 birdies tied Stanford for most in the field. I mean, I know a lot of coaches get a little uptight getting ready for this, but the players feel it out there too, and they get a little bit tense. In the second group, Jacksonville's two players shot even par and Northwestern, which had a player hit a drive out of bounds, conceded defeat.
Penn State and Golfstat number one ranked USC were the only teams with two or more golfers in the top-10. Ottumwa native Matthew Walker fired an even-par 72 in Wednesday's final round, stinging together a three-round total of 229 (+13).
IL advances to its 10 consecutive and 25 overall NCAA Championships, finishing the three-day event with a total of 878 strokes (288-296-294), six strokes behind regional champion UNLV.
College of Charleston also struggled in the final round of the 54-hole tournament and placed eighth in the Austin (Texas) Regional.
Andreas Krokeide posted a 2-under 69 on the day and finished in a tie for 31st place at 219. The Ospreys finished seventh, two shots by No. 5 qualifier North Carolina. Both Hokies competed as individuals in the event. Pierce opened with a 1-under 71 in Monday's first round.
The fifth and final team in the field advancing to the NCAA Championships was not decided until well after other teams had cleared out of the University Club as Jacksonville and Northwestern squared off in a sudden-death playoff after tying one another for fifth place with scores of 19-over par 883 for the tournament.
The UW senior got onto the course around 3:30 p.m. MDT and finished in near darkness around 9:45 p.m.