Nova Southeastern Continues Run at No. 1 in Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Nova Southeastern received 14 first-place votes to remain No. 1 in the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. The Sharks have been the top-ranked team in Division II golf for four-straight rankings.

Spots two through six remained unchanged with second ranked Barry earning three first-place votes. Saint Leo climbed seven spot to No. 7. Florida Southern and West Georgia tied for eighth. Central Oklahoma fell three spots to No. 10

Western New Mexico and Wingate re-entered the poll at Nos. 23 and 24, respectively. Cameron and Georgia College fell from the top 25.

Bushnell Golfweek NCAA Division II Coaches Poll - 3/13/15 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Nova Southeastern (14) 422 1
2 Barry (3) 399 2
3 South Carolina-Aiken 376 3
4 Lynn 356 4
5 Chico State 346 5
6 CSU Monterey Bay 282 6
7 Saint Leo 267 14
T8 Florida Southern 246 10
T8 West Georgia 246 9
10 Central Oklahoma 241 7
11 West Florida 209 11
12 Flagler 208 16
13 North Alabama 205 8
14 Florida Tech 202 15
15 Simon Fraser 193 12
16 Columbus State 172 13
17 Central Missouri 113 19
18 Malone 97 18
19 Erskine 86 20
20 Western Washington 85 20
21 Georgia Southwestern State 84 17
22 North Greenville 63 22
23 Western New Mexico 57 NR
24 Wingate 53 NR
25 Tiffin 46 24
       
Dropped From Ranking: Cameron (#23), Georgia College (#25)
       
Others Receiving Votes: Georgia College, 39; Grand Valley State, 33; Missouri-St. Louis, 33; Lake Superior State, 29; Cameron, 26; Dixie State, 25; Saginaw Valley State, 24; CSU Stanislaus, 23; Arkansas Tech, 21; Indianapolis, 18; Sonoma State, 18; Northeastern State, 17; Armstrong State, 16; Wayne State (MI), 16; Lewis, 15; Limestone, 14; Mount Olive, 14; Rogers State, 13; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 12; St. Edward's, 11; CU-Colorado Springs, 9; Southeastern Oklahoma State, 8; CSU San Bernardino, 7; IUP, 6; St. Thomas Aquinas, 5; Lander, 4; Valdosta State, 4; Hawaii-Hilo, 3; Henderson State, 3; Colorado School of Mines, 2; Lincoln Memorial, 2; Bellarmine, 1.