Chico State Holds on to No. 1 in Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Chico State held on to the top spot for the the second straight ranking and third of the last four in the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. The Wildcats garnered eight first-place votes.

Lynn jumped four places to second and received five first-place votes. Florida Southern moved up one spot to No. 3. Saint Leo dropped one spot to fourth but still earned a first-place vote. No. 5 West Florida also received two first-place votes. Nova Southeastern checked in at No. 6 and is followed by Barry, Lee, Central Missouri and CSU Monterey Bay.

Columbus State (#19) and Florida Tech (#25) reentered the ranking.

CSU San Marcos and Western New Mexico fell from the top 25.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - April 22

Rank

University (First Place Votes)

Points

Previous Rank

1

Chico State (8)

374

1

2

Lynn (5)

354

6

3

Florida Southern

352

4

4

Saint Leo (1)

350

3

5

West Florida (2)

338

2

6

Nova Southeastern

319

5

7

Barry

283

7

8

Lee

240

10

9

Central Missouri

228

9

10

CSU Monterey Bay

220

8

11

USC Aiken

207

11

12

Flagler

194

12

13

Missouri - St. Louis

163

18

14

North Alabama

150

13

15

Carson-Newman

140

17

16

Georgia Southwestern State

118

15

17

West Georgia

116

16

18

Simon Fraser

105

14

19

Columbus State

103

NR

20

Colorado-Colorado Springs

101

20

21

Central Oklahoma

86

21

22

Lincoln Memorial

77

19

23

Sonoma State

69

24

24

Colorado Christian

54

25

25

Florida Tech

37

NR

Dropped from Ranking: CSU San Marcos (#22), Western New Mexico (#23)

Others Receiving Votes: CSU San Marcos, 35; St. Thomas Aquinas, 31; Indianapolis, 28; Tiffin, 27; CSU East Bay, 26; Limestone, 25; Mount Olive, 24; Hillsdale, 22; Grand Valley State, 17; Northwood (MI), 16; Valdosta State, 16; Lewis, 15; Western New Mexico, 13; Lander, 12; Lenoir Rhyne, 12; St. Edward’s, 11; Armstrong State, 10; Northern Michigan, 10; Wilmington, 10; Erskine, 8; Rollins, 7; Dominican (CA), 6; Bellarmine, 5; CSU Stanislaus, 5; Dixie State, 5; Newberry, 5; Colorado School of Mines, 4; Ferris State, 4; Oklahoma Christian, 4; CSU San Bernardino, 2; Delta State, 2; Young Harris, 2; Dallas Baptist, 1; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 1; West Liberty, 1