Huntingdon Continues No. 1 Streak in Division III Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Huntingdon retained the top spot in the Division III Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll for the fifth straight ranking. The Hawks claimed 13 first-place votes but are no longer the unanimous No. 1 after both UT Tyler and Mary Hardin-Baylor received 2 first-place ballots each.

UT Tyler remained second. Rhodes moved to third while Mary Hardin-Baylor dropped to fourth.  Emory jumped from No. 10 to fifth and is followed by Wittenberg, Oglethorpe, Concordia (TX), LaGrange and Methodist.

La Verne debuted in the top 25 at No. 21. Carthage dropped from the ranking.

Bushnell Golfweek Division III Coaches Poll - March 10

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Huntingdon (13) 415 1
2 UT Tyler (2) 392 2
3 Rhodes 366 4
4 Mary Hardin-Baylor (2) 348 3
5 Emory 332 10
6 Wittenberg 330 5
7 Oglethorpe 316 7
8 Concordia (TX) 305 T8
9 LaGrange 282 11
10 Methodist 255 6
11 Saint John's (MN) 248 T8
12 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 228 16
13 Hope 217 14
14 Greensboro 189 13
15 Guilford 188 12
16 Berry 130 15
17 Sewanee 129 24
18 Illinois Wesleyan 127 18
19 Gustavus Adolphus 120 17
20 Centre 113 19
21 La Verne 101 NR
22 Washington & Lee 93 23
T23 St. Thomas (MN) 58 22
T23 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 58 20
25 Pacific Lutheran 50 21
       
Dropped From Ranking:  Carthage (#25)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Carnegie Mellon, 24; Carthage, 21; Middlebury, 21; Rochester, 15; Ohio Wesleyan, 10; Kenyon, 7; California Lutheran, 6; Redlands, 6; Skidmore, 5; Willamette, 4; Piedmont, 3; Schriener, 3; Trinity (TX), 3; Christopher Newport, 2; McDaniel, 2; Adrian, 1; Rutgers-Camden, 1; Transylvania, 1.

 

NORMAN, Okla. – Huntingdon retained the top spot in the Division III Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll for the fifth straight ranking. The Hawks claimed 13 first-place votes but are no longer the unanimous No. 1 after both UT Tyler and Mary Hardin-Baylor received 2 first-place ballots each. 

 

UT Tyler remained second. Rhodes moved to third while Mary Hardin-Baylor dropped to fourth.  Emory jumped from No. 10 to fifth and is followed by Wittenberg, Oglethorpe, Concordia (TX), LaGrange and Methodist.

 

La Verne debuted in the top 25 at No. 21. Carthage dropped from the ranking.