Nova Southeastern Continues Run Atop Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Nova Southeastern received 15 first-place votes to stay atop the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. The Sharks have been the top-ranked team in Division II golf for six straight rankings.

Lynn received the remaining first-place vote and came in at No. 2. South Carolina-Aiken dropped a spot to third and is followed by Barry, Flagler, Chico State, CSU Monterey Bay, and Florida Southern. Saint Leo and West Georgia fell out of a tie at No. 8 to ninth and 10th, respectively.

Missiouri-St. Louis and Cameron reenterd the ranking. Limestone and Western Washington fell from the top 25.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - 4/24/15

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Nova Southeastern (15) 399 1
2 Lynn (1) 371 3
3 South Carolina-Aiken 368 2
4 Barry 330 4
5 Flagler 321 6
6 Chico State 317 5
7 CSU Monterey Bay 290 7
8 Florida Southern 262 10
9 Saint Leo 252 T8
10 West Georgia 234 T8
11 West Florida 215 11
12 Central Missouri 193 14
13 North Alabama 178 13
14 Simon Fraser 168 12
15 Columbus State 143 15
16 Western New Mexico 129 21
17 Florida Tech 117 18
18 Central Oklahoma 116 16
19 Georgia Southwestern State 112 17
20 Dixie State 61 22
21 Missouri - St. Louis 55 NR
22 Wingate 49 23
23 Cameron 45 NR
24 Erskine 42 T19
25 North Greenville 39 T19
       
Dropped From Ranking: Limestone (#25), Western Washington (#24)
       
Others Receiving Votes: Armstrong State, 36; Indianapolis, 32; Limestone, 25; Lewis, 24; Georgia College, 23; CU-Colorado Springs, 21; Lake Superior State, 20; Tiffin, 19; CSU-Stanislaus, 17; Colorado School of Mines, 16; Lee, 15; Arkansas Tech, 14; Clayton State, 12; Henderson State, 12; Grand Valley State, 11; Saginaw Valley State, 10; Saint Thomas Aquinas, 10; IUP, 9; Rollins, 9; St. Edward's, 9; Western Washington, 8; Malone, 7; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 6; Bellarmine, 5; Northeastern State, 5; Valdosta State, 5; Lander, 4; CSU-East Bay, 3; Sonoma State, 2; Southern Nazarene, 2; Dallas Baptist, 1; Delta State, 1; Ferris State, 1.