Vanderbilt Stays No. 1 in Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Vanderbilt stayed No. 1 in the first spring Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll. The Commodores received 13 first-place votes.

Florida tallied six-first place ballots to move up a spot to second while Illinois, who had three first-place votes, dropped a rung to third. Southern California and Virginia earned a first-place nod each and ranked fourth and fifth, respectively. Oklahoma State was sixth. Texas Tech jumped 10 places to No. 7 and is followed by Stanford, LSU and Georgia

Colorado made its season debut in ranking at No 24. Florida State fell from the top 25.

Bushnell Golfweek Division I Coaches Poll - Feb. 17

Rank

University (First Place Votes)

Points

Prev

1

Vanderbilt (13)

583

1

2

Florida (6)

569

3

3

Illinois (3)

567

2

4

Southern California (1)

481

7

5

Virginia (1)

470

5

6

Oklahoma State

452

4

7

Texas Tech

450

17

8

Stanford

426

6

9

LSU

371

10

10

Georgia

350

13

11

Oklahoma

344

9

11

Wake Forest

343

12

12

Oregon

338

22

14

Baylor

332

14

15

San Diego State

246

18

16

Texas

245

11

17

Auburn

216

8

18

Mississippi

203

19

T19

Duke

135

21

T19

North Carolina

135

16

21

Clemson

129

20

22

Texas A&M

126

15

23

UNLV

90

23

24

Colorado

52

NR

25

Kennesaw State

37

24

Dropped From Ranking: Florida State (#25)

Others Receiving Votes: Arizona State, 23; South Carolina, 19; Florida State, 18; Eastern Kentucky, 16; Georgia Tech, 13; Kent State, 10; Arkansas, 8; Missouri, 2; Kansas, 1