Barry Atop 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 buy tramadol online without a script resources ofGolf World magazine, Nike Golf and cialis online order the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The complete results, including results from Divisions I, III, NAIA and NJCAA will appear in the October 21, 2013 issue of Golf World. Defending NCAA champion Barry University, winners of rx viagra its first two events in the 2013-14 college season, kept hold hold of the top spot in the latest Golf World/Nike Golf men's Division II coaches' poll.

The Buccaneers were victorious at the Brickyard Crossing and Guy Harvey Invitational to earn 16 of the 17 available first-place votes.

USC-Aiken move up to cheepest cialis grab the No. 2 spot after winning the Firestone Invitational last month against a field of 16 Division I squads. Lynn University moved to No. 3.

Rounding out the top five are Central Missouri and Nova Southeastern, the two schools sharing space at No. 4.

No. 18 Oklahoma Christian earned the sale cialis remaining first-place vote.

Two new teams joined the top 10: No. 6 Chico State and No. 7 Columbus State. Three new programs moved into the top 25: No. 22 Lander, No. 23 Western New Mexico and California Baptist, which tied for No. 24.

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Division II - October 16, 2013

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Barry (16) 424 1
2 South Carolina-Aiken 354 3
3 Lynn 330 4
T4 Central Missouri 320 8
T4 Nova Southeastern 320 2
6 Chico State 309 12
7 Columbus State 305 11
8 CSU-Monterey Bay 285 6
9 West Florida 269 13
10 CSU-Stanislaus 249 10
11 Florida Southern 226 5
12 Georgia College 207 15
13 North Alabama 186 7
14 Flagler 143 22
15 Hawaii-Hilo 127 19
16 Armstrong Atlantic State 118 18
17 Missouri - St. Louis 110 9
18 Oklahoma Christian (1) 108 21
19 Rollins 98 23
20 Western Washington 88 14
21 Colorado School of Mines 85 16
22 Lander 80 NR
23 Western New Mexico 69 NR
T24 California Baptist 68 NR
T24 Indianapolis 60 20
Dropped From Ranking: Central Oklahoma (#17), Mount Olive (#24), St. Mary's University (TX) (#25)
Others Receiving Votes: Clayton State, 55; Dallas Baptist, 49; Mount Olive, 45; Malone, 37; Central Oklahoma, 36; Sonoma State, 32; Lincoln Memorial, 31; Saint Leo, 27; Queens University of Charlotte, 23; Grand Valley State, 22; Saginaw State, 20; Lee, 18; Nebraska-Kearney, 18; Northeastern State, 16; Midwestern State, 14; Arkansas State, 13; Colorado Christian, 12; St. Mary's University (TX), 11; Florida Institute of Technology, 10; Limestone, 10; Valdosta State, 10; Coker, 9; Erskine, 8; Ashland, 7; North Georgia, 7; Dixie State, 6; North Carolina-Pembroke, 6; Ohio Dominican, 6; Cameron, 5; Newberry, 5; Saint Thomas Aquinas, 5; Adelphi, 4; Carson-Newman, 2; Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2; Wilmington, 2; CSU-East Bay, 1; Colorado-Colorado Springs, 1; Southeastern Oklahoma State, 1; Wingate, 1.