Nova Southeastern Stays No. 1 in Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Defending national champion Nova Southeastern received six first-place votes to stay atop the the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. The Sharks have been the top-ranked team in Division II dating back nine polls.

Chico State collected 12 first-place votes and jumped six spots to second. Barry climbed one spot to third. Fourth ranked USC Aiken tallied the remaining first-place vote. Lynn dropped three spots to No. 5 and is followed by CSU Monterey Bay, Central Missouri, Florida Southern, Flagler and West Florida.

CU-Colorado Springs (#20), Dixie State (#22), Georgia College (#23) and Lee (#25) debuted in the ranking.

Cameron, Indianapolis, Sonoma State and Wingate dropped from the top 25.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - Sept. 25

Rank

University (First-Place Votes)

Points

Previous Rank

1

Nova Southeastern (6)

436

1

2

Chico State (12)

403

8

3

Barry

400

4

4

USC Aiken (1)

374

3

5

Lynn

332

2

6

CSU Monterey Bay

314

10

7

Central Missouri

307

T5

8

Florida Southern

295

T5

9

Flagler

272

12

10

West Florida

258

14

11

Saint Leo

249

7

12

Columbus State

224

13

13

Simon Fraser

205

9

14

Central Oklahoma

191

11

15

West Georgia

165

16

16

North Alabama

148

17

17

Missouri - St. Louis

144

15

18

Florida Tech

117

20

19

Georgia Southwestern State

109

19

20

CU-Colorado Springs

99

NR

21

Western New Mexico

95

18

22

Dixie State

88

NR

23

Georgia College

82

NR

24

Limestone

61

23

25

Lee

53

NR

Dropped from Ranking: Cameron, #24; Indianapolis, #21; Sonoma State, #22; Wingate, #25

Others Receiving Votes: Sonoma State, 45; Mount Olive, 41; Rollins, 39; Lander, 3; Grand Valley State, 33; Indianapolis, 32; Lincoln Memorial, 31; Malone, 30; St. Edward’s, 29; Valdosta State, 29; Midwestern State, 25; Tusculum, 24; King, 21; Northern Michigan, 19; Saint Thomas Aquinas, 19; Wilmington, 19; Cameron, 18; Lake Superior State, 18; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 18; Young Harris, 18; Tiffin, 15; Colorado Christian, 14; Tampa, 13; St. Mary’s (TX), 12; Wingate, 12; Henderson State, 11; Pfeiffer, 10; Western Washington, 10; Colorado School of Mines, 9; Concordia (NY), 9; Erskine, 9; Dominican (CA), 8; North Greenville, 8; Oklahoma Baptist, 8; Carson-Newman, 7; CSU Stanislaus, 7; North Georgia, 7; Arkansas Tech, 6; Newberry, 6; Armstrong State, 5; Barton, 4; California Baptist, 4; Oklahoma Christian, 4; Mercyhurst, 4; Belmont Abbey, 3; West Liberty, 2; BYU Hawaii, 2; Catawba, 1; Southern Wesleyan, 1