Lynn New No. 1 in Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Lynn, winner of the South/Southeast Super Regional, became the new No. 1 in the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. Lynn claimed six first-place votes.

Chico State dropped to second but tallied five first-place votes. The next five teams all came from the state of Florida with Saint Leo, West Florida, Florida Southern, Barry and Nova Southeastern claiming Nos. 3-7, respectivelly. Central Missouri was No. 8 and followed by CSU Monterey Bay and Lee.

Oklahoma Christian (#12), California Baptist (#16), St. Thomas Aquinas (#20) and Dallas Baptist entered the ranking.

Colorado Christian, Florida Tech, Lincoln Memorial and Simon Fraser fell from the top 25.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - May 6

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Lynn (6) 270 2
2 Chico State (5) 262 1
3 Saint Leo 249 4
4 West Florida 242 5
5 Florida Southern 240 3
6 Barry 213 7
7 Nova Southeastern 202 6
8 Central Missouri 200 9
9 CSU Monterey Bay 156 10
10 Lee 136 8
11 USC Aiken 127 11
12 Oklahoma Christian 116 NR
13 Missouri - St. Louis 97 13
14 Columbus State 95 19
15 North Alabama 94 14
16 California Baptist 72 NR
T17 Carson-Newman 63 15
T17 Central Oklahoma 63 21
19 Georgia Southwestern State 62 16
20 St. Thomas Aquinas 61 NR
21 West Georgia 58 17
22 Flagler 46 12
23 Colorado-Colorado Springs 43 20
24 Dallas Baptist 42 NR
25 Sonoma State 40 23
       
Dropped From Ranking:  Colorado Christian (#24), Florida Tech (#25), Lincoln Memorial (#22), Simon Fraser (#18)    
       

Others Receiving Votes: Limestone, 39; Tiffin, 35; Colorado Christian, 33; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 29; Bellarmine, 23; Simon Fraser, 23; Lincoln Memorial, 21; Lewis, 19; Florida Tech, 14; Western New Mexico, 14; CSU San Marcos, 10; Northern Michigan, 9; St. Edward's, 9; Colorado School of Mines, 7; Belmont Abbey, 6; Arkansas Tech, 5; CSU East Bay, 5; Dixie State, 5; Valdosta State, 5; Wilmington, 5; Lander, 4; Henderson State, 3; Southern New Hampshire, 2; Hawaii-Hilo, 1.