Barry Retains Top Spot in GolfWorld/Nike Golf Division II Coaches Poll

(NEW YORK, NY)—The latest Golf World/Nike Golf Division II Coaches’ Poll has been released, combining the www.osgorica-velenje.si resources ofGolf World magazine, Nike Golf and viagra in bulgaria the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The complete results, including results from Divisions I, III, NAIA and NJCAA will appear in the December 9, 2013 issue of Golf World. On the strength of two early fall victories, defending NCAA champion Barry University held on to the top spot in the final Golf World/Nike Golf men's Division II coaches' poll.

The Buccaneers earned seven of the 17 available first place votes to remain No. 1 after winning the Brickyard Crossing and Guy Harvey Invitational to start their defense of their national title.

USC-Aiken remained in the No. 2 spot, earning one first-place vote. Rising to No. 3 and 4 were West Florida and CSU-Monterey Bay, the schools grabbing seven and two first-place votes respectively. Rounding out the top five was Columbus State.

One new school joined the top 10: North Alabama, tied for No. 8. Four new programs joined the top 25: No. 14 Malone, No. 18 Queens U. of Charlotte, No. 21 Mount Olive and No. 23 West Georgia.

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Division II - December 9, 2013

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Barry (7) 399 1
2 South Carolina-Aiken (1) 379 2
3 West Florida (7) 370 9
4 CSU-Monterey Bay (2) 319 8
5 Columbus State 309 7
6 Central Missouri 304 T4
7 Chico State 266 6
T8 North Alabama 262 13
T8 Nova Southeastern 262 T4
10 Lynn 243 3
11 Georgia College 236 12
12 Armstrong Atlantic State 179 16
13 Flagler 170 14
14 Malone 163 NR
15 Lander 161 22
16 Missouri - St. Louis 132 17
17 CSU-Stanislaus 127 10
18 Queens University of viagra name canadian pharmacy Charlotte 126 NR
19 Florida Southern 116 11
20 Western New Mexico 110 23
21 Mount Olive 75 NR
22 Rollins 74 19
23 West Georgia 72 NR
24 Hawaii-Hilo 62 15
25 California Baptist 57 T24
Dropped From Ranking: Colorado School of Mines (#21), Indianapolis (#T24), Oklahoma Christian (#18), Western Washington (#20)
Others Receiving Votes: Colorado School of Mines, 53; Western Washington, 42; Florida Institute of Technology, 40; Oklahoma Christian, 40; UC-San Diego, 40; Lincoln Memorial, 37; Nebraska-Kearney, 36; Limestone, 31; Lee, 29; Central Oklahoma, 27; Indianapolis, 23; Grand Valley State, 19; Saginaw Valley State, 19; Carson-Newman, 11; North Georgia, 10; Ashland, 9; Georgia Southwestern State, 9; Sonoma State, 9; Valdosta State, 9; Wilmington, 9; Northeastern State, 8; Ohio Dominican, 7; Saint Leo, 7; Clayton State, 6; Arkansas Tech, 5; Dallas Baptist, 5; Newberry, 3; Colorado-Colorado Springs, 2; Concordia (St. Paul), 2; Montevallo, 2; California University of Pennsylvania, 1; St. Edwards, 1; St. Mary's (TX), 1.