Chico State Stays No. 1 in Final Fall Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Chico State claimed 15 first-place votes to hold on to the top spot in the final fall Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll.

Saint Leo moved up a spot to second with three first-place votes. Nova Southeastern fell to No. 3. West Florida tallied three first-place votes and moved up to fourth. Florida Southern checked in at No. 5 and was followed by Barry and USC Aiken. Lynn, who collected the remaining first-place vote, tied with CSU Monterey Bay at No. 8. Central Missouri stayed at No. 10.

Ferris State (#18), Lincoln Memorial (#24) and Northern Michigan (#25) debuted in the top 25.

California Baptist, Central Oklahoma and CU-Colorado Springs fell from the top 25.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - Final Fall

Rank

University (First Place Votes)

Points

Previous Rank

1

Chico State (15)

519

1

2

Saint Leo (3)

500

3

3

Nova Southeastern

491

2

4

West Florida (3)

479

5

5

Florida Southern

437

6

6

Barry

406

4

7

USC Aiken

391

7

T8

CSU Monterey Bay

373

8

T8

Lynn (1)

373

9

10

Central Missouri

341

10

11

Flagler

296

15

12

West Georgia

266

13

13

Missouri-St. Louis

265

14

14

Lee

264

12

15

North Alabama

258

11

16

Georgia Southwestern State

186

17

17

Simon Fraser

169

16

18

Ferris State

114

NR

19

Carson-Newman

111

20

20

Indianapolis

108

T22

21

Florida Tech

102

19

23

Columbus State

77

18

23

Western New Mexico

74

21

24

Lincoln Memorial

67

NR

25

Northern Michigan

60

NR

Dropped from Ranking: California Baptist (#T22), Central Oklahoma (#T24), CU-Colorado Springs (#T24)

Others Receiving Votes: Rollins, 52; CU-Colorado Springs, 45; Mount Olive, 35; Central Oklahoma, 33; Limestone, 26; CSU San Marcos, 24; Grand Valley State, 20; California Baptist, 18; Lewis, 18; St. Thomas Aquinas, 18; Colorado Christian, 17; Northwood (MI), 1; Tiffin, 14; Georgia College, 13; CSU East Bay, 9; CSU San Bernardino, 9; IUP, 8; Sonoma State, 8; Erskine, 6; Tusculum, 6; Lander, 4; Valdosta State, 4; Colorado School of Mines, 3; Lincoln, 3; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 3; St. Mary’s (TX), 3; Union, 3; Dominican (CA), 2; Arkansas Tech, 1; Young Harris, 1