Chico State Back at No. 1 in Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – After a one poll hiatus, Chico State has returned atop the ranking in the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. The Wildcats tallied 13 of 23 first-place votes.

West Florida claimed two first-place votes and is ranked second. Saint Leo dropped two spots to third despite four first-place votes. Florida Southern is fourth while Nova Southeastern is No. 5. Sixth-ranked Lynn received four first-place votes. Barry stayed at No. 7 and is followed by CSU Monterey Bay, Central Missouri and Lee.

Colorado Christian made its debut in the ranking at No. 25.

Florida Tech dropped from the top 25.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - April 1

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Chico State (13) 550 2
2 West Florida (2) 520 4
3 Saint Leo (4) 513 1
4 Florida Southern 493 6
5 Nova Southeastern 483 3
6 Lynn (4) 459 5
7 Barry 456 7
8 CSU Monterey Bay 379 8
9 Central Missouri 352 10
10 Lee 309 12
11 USC Aiken 308 9
12 Flagler 291 11
13 North Alabama 248 16
14 Simon Fraser 231 T13
15 Georgia Southwestern State 222 T13
16 West Georgia 204 15
17 Carson-Newman 201 18
18 Missouri - St. Louis 127 17
19 Lincoln Memorial 110 20
20 Colorado-Colorado Springs 106 23
21 Central Oklahoma 105 24
22 CSU San Marcos 95 19
23 Western New Mexico 83 T21
24 Sonoma State 68 25
25 Colorado Christian 63 NR
       
Dropped
From
Ranking:
 Florida Tech (#T21)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Florida Tech, 60; Columbus State, 49; Young Harris, 43; Indianapolis, 27; Mount Olive, 26; California Baptist, 23; Rollins, 21; St. Thomas Aquinas, 20; Tiffin, 19; Grand Valley State, 18; Arkansas Tech, 17; Lewis, 16; Dominican (CA), 15; Newberry, 14; Oklahoma Christian, 14; St. Cloud State, 12; Lander, 10; Southern New Hampshire, 12; Armstrong State, 9; Limestone, 9; St. Mary's (TX), 9; CSU San Bernardino, 7; Ferris State, 7; Clayton State, 6; Cameron, 5; Delta State, 5; Dixie State, 5; Lenoir Rhyne, 4; Erskine, 3; King, 3; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 3; Concordia (NY), 2; St. Edward's, 2; Wilmington, 2; Charleston, 1; Malone, 1; Tusculum, 1; Valdosta State, 1.