West Florida Keeps No. 1 Ranking in Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – West Florida earned 11 first-place votes to stay atop Division II Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll. The Argonauts, who finished the fall ranked first, are the first Division II team to be ranked No. 1 more than once this season.

Lynn ranked second with five first-place ballots and was followed in the top five by fellow Florida schools Barry, Florida Southern and Nova Southeastern. Missouri-St. Louis stayed at sixth while North Alabama, CSU Monterey Bay and Rollins were Nos. 6-9. Ferris State jumped five spots to move to No. 10.

CSU East Bay dropped from the ranking.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - Feb. 17

Rank

University (First Place Votes)

Points

Prev

1

West Florida (11)

395

1

2

Lynn (5)

388

2

3

Barry

360

4

4

Florida Southern

355

3

5

Nova Southeastern

342

5

6

Missouri - St. Louis

293

6

7

North Alabama

285

8

8

CSU Monterey Bay

257

10

9

Rollins

235

7

10

Ferris State

213

15

11

Lee

206

11

12

Florida Tech

200

14

13

USC Aiken

169

9

14

Valdosta State

161

16

15

Lander

160

13

16

Saint Leo

126

12

17

Newberry

113

17

18

Central Oklahoma

109

18

19

Dallas Baptist

108

20

T20

California Baptist

103

19

T20

Lincoln Memorial

103

24

22

Flagler

65

T25

23

Central Missouri

63

T22

24

Chico State

58

T22

25

Columbus State

55

21

Dropped From Ranking: CSU East Bay (#T25)

Others Receiving Votes: Grand Valley State, 24, Belmont Abbey, 23, CSU East Bay, 21; Carson-Newman, 18; Missouri Western State, 18; Indianapolis, 17; Saginaw Valley State, 16; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 13; Lewis, 10; St. Mary’s (TX), 10; Findlay, 9; Henderson State, 9; Oklahoma Baptist, 7; Sonoma State, 7; Arkansas Tech, 6; Oklahoma Christian, 6; Young Harris, 6; BYU - Hawaii, 5; Southeastern Oklahoma State, 5; Western New Mexico, 5; Western Washington, 5; Limestone, 4; Pfeiffer, 4; St. Edward’s, 3; CSU San Bernardino, 2; Colorado - Colorado Springs, 2; Simon Fraser, 2; Adams State, 1; CSU San Marcos, 1; Delta State, 1