Saint Leo Still No. 1 in Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Saint Leo tallied six first-place to keep the No. 1 ranking in the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. Second-ranked Chico State received more first-place votes, 10, but trailed Lions by one point.

Nova Southeastern moved up a spot to third while West Florida fell to fourth. Lynn received the remaining three first-place votes and was fifth. Florida Southern remained at No. 6 and was followed by Barry, CSU Monterey Bay, USC Aiken and Central Missouri.

CSU San Marcos (#19) made its debut in the ranking as a Division II member. Colorado-Colorado Springs, Central Oklahoma and Sonoma State reentered the ranking at Nos. 23 through 25, respectively.

Columbus State, Ferris State, Indianapolis and Northern Michigan fell from the ranking.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - March 11

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Saint Leo (6) 457 1
2 Chico State (10) 456 2
3 Nova Southeastern 412 4
4 West Florida 407 3
5 Lynn (3) 398 7
6 Florida Southern 377 6
7 Barry 372 5
8 CSU Monterey Bay 316 9
9 USC Aiken 305 8
10 Central Missouri 281 10
11 Flagler 249 11
12 Lee 225 13
T13 Georgia Southwestern State 187 16
T13 Simon Fraser 187 18
15 West Georgia 172 12
16 North Alabama 171 15
17 Missouri - St. Louis 154 14
18 Carson-Newman 138 21
19 CSU San Marcos 81 NR
20 Lincoln Memorial 67 23
T21 Florida Tech 60 22
T21 Western New Mexico 60 25
23 Colorado-Colorado Springs 56 NR
24 Central Oklahoma 55 NR
25 Sonoma State 54 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking:  Columbus State (#24), Ferris State (#17), Indianapolis (#20), Northern Michigan (#19)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Columbus State, 53; Colorado Christian, 37; Limestone, 37; Ferris State, 35; Northern Michigan, 35; Indianapolis, 29; Mount Olive, 27; Dominican (CA), 22; CSU East Bay, 19; CSU San Bernardino, 15; Lander, 15; St. Thomas Aquinas, 15; St. Mary's (TX), 13; Valdosta State, 13; North Carolina-Pembroke, 12; St. Edward's, 11; Concordia (NY), 10; Dixie State, 10; Arkansas Tech, 9; Southern New Hampshire, 9; Tusculum, 8; Delta State, 7; Oklahoma Christian, 7; California Baptist, 6; Georgia College, 6; Rollins, 6; CSU Stanislaus, 3; Armstrong State, 2; Coker, 2; Colorado School of Mines, 2; Wilmington, 2; St. Martin's, 1.