Guilford Retains Top Spot in GolfWorld/Nike Golf Division III Coaches Poll Print
Monday, 22 November 2010 21:17

NEW YORK, NY—The final Golf World/NIKE Golf Division III Coaches’ Poll of the fall season has been released, combining the resources of Golf World magazine, NIKE Golf and the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The complete results, including results from Divisions I, II and the NAIA, will appear in the November 22 issue of Golf World.  Guilford's third victory of the fall at the Tom & Bettie O’Brient Memorial helped the Quakers keep their top ranking in the final Division III coaches’ poll of the season.

Guilford claimed 13 of the 16 first-place votes.

Huntingdon stayed in the No. 2 spot while Saint John’s (Minn.) (No. 3) traded places with Methodist (No. 4). LaVerne moved into the No. 5 slot.

Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (No. 10) moved into the top-10, after being ranked No. 11 in the previous coaches’ poll.

Wisconsin-Eau Claire (No. 24) and Whittier (No. 25) joined the top-25.

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Division III - November 17, 2010

Rank University (First-Place Votes) Points Prev.
1 Guilford (13) 397 1
2 Huntingdon (2) 383 2
3 Saint John's (Minn) 354 4
4 Methodist (1) 348 3
5 LaVerne 318 7
6 Greensboro 316 5
7 Oglethorpe 284 6
8 Centre 246 9
9 Skidmore 224 8
10 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 223 11
11 UT-Tyler 205 10
12 California Lutheran 193 20
13 Illinois Wesleyan 186 12
14 Transylvania 182 14
15 Wittenberg 180 13
16 Redlands 134 15
17 Wisconsin-Stout 129 18
18 Nebraska Wesleyan 111 16
19 Gustavus Adolphus 103 19
20 Emory 101 17
21 Christopher Newport 71 23
22 Texas Lutheran 70 22
23 St. Thomas 43 24
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Wisconsin-Eau Claire

40 NR
25 Whittier 39 NR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 








Others Receiving Votes:
Bridgewater, 29; Manhattanville, 29; S. John Fisher, 27; Carnegie-Mellon, 24; Allegheny, 22; Millikin, 17; Rochester, 17; Central, 16; McDaniel, 16; Linfield, 14; Carthage, 12; La Grange, 12; Middlebury, 12; Rhodes, 11; Southwestern University, Ohio Wesleyan, 8; Farmingdale State, 7; St. Olaf, 7; Randolph-Macon, 6; Hope, 4; Salem State, 4; Trinity College (CT), 3; NYU, 2; Otterbein, 2; Whitworth, 2; Williams, 2; Husson, 1; John Carroll, 1; Washington & Jefferson, 1.

Dropped from Ranking:  St. Olaf (#25), Whitworth (#21)