Nova Southeastern Continues Streak Atop Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Nova Southeastern received 13 first-place votes to stretch its run atop the the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll to seven straight rankings.

Nos. 2-4 remained the same as last week with Lynn claiming the remaining first place vote followed by South Carolina-Aiken and Barry. Chico State and CSU Monterey Bay each moved up a spot to fifth and sixth, respectively. Saint Leo checked in at No. 8 with Florida Southern, Central Missouri and Flagler rounding out the top 10.

Sonoma Sate and Indianapolis both made their debuts in the top 25 while Limestone returned after a rankings absence. Cameron, Missouri-St. Louis and North Greenville dropped from the ranking.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - 5/8/15

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Nova Southeastern (13) 349 1
2 Lynn (1) 336 2
3 South Carolina-Aiken 330 3
4 Barry 303 4
5 Chico State 271 6
6 CSU Monterey Bay 266 7
7 Saint Leo 247 9
8 Florida Southern 238 8
9 Central Missouri 204 12
10 Flagler 189 5
11 Simon Fraser 185 14
12 West Florida 179 11
13 West Georgia 171 10
14 Central Oklahoma 156 18
15 Western New Mexico 122 16
16 Florida Tech 116 17
17 Georgia Southwestern State 109 19
18 North Alabama 107 13
19 Columbus State 103 15
20 Sonoma State 71 NR
21 Limestone 62 NR
22 Wingate 54 22
23 Dixie State 48 20
24 Erskine 43 24
25 Indianapolis 42 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking: Cameron (#23), Missouri-St. Louis (#21), North Greenville (#25)
       
Others Receiving Votes: Cameron, 33; Missouri-St. Louis, 33; CSU-East Bay, 22; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 21; Wilmington, 20; IUP, 15; North Greenville, 14; Lewis, 13; St. Thomas Aquinas, 13; West Texas A&M, 13; CSUvStanislaus, 10; Grand Valley State, 10; Charleston, 5; St. Edward's, 5; Tiffin, 5; Valdosta State, 5; Lincoln Memorial; 4; Northeastern State, 4; Southeastern Oklahoma State, 4; West Texas A&M, 4; Arkansas Tech, 3; CU-Colorado Springs, 3; Georgia College, 3; Western Washington, 3; Bellarmine, 2; Colorado School of Mines, 2; Lander, 1; Rogers State, 1.