West Florida Keeps Top Spot in Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – West Florida received 17 first-place votes to stay No. 1 in the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. The Argonauts have held the top spot for six straight polls.

The top three spots remained unchanged with Florida Southern, who earned one first-place vote, at No. 2 and Nova Southeastern third. Barry stayed at No. 4 where it was tied with Newberry, who tallied the final first-place ballot. Florida Tech was sixth and followed by Lynn and Limestone. USC Aiken moved up five spots to No. 9. Columbus State rounded out the top 10.

Grand Valley State (T22), Young Harris (T22), and Central Missouri entered the ranking. Central Oklahoma, CSU San Marcos, and Mount Olive fell from the top 25.

The next Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll will be released April 20.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - March 30

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous
1 West Florida (17) 472 1
2 Florida Southern (1) 448 2
3 Nova Southeastern 400 3
T4 Barry 383 4
T4 Newberry (1) 383 8
6 Florida Tech 380 5
7 Lynn 361 6
8 Limestone 330 9
9 USC Aiken 292 14
10 Columbus State 268 7
11 CSU Monterey Bay 239 11
12 Saint Leo 227 10
13 CU-Colorado Springs 220 15
14 Rollins 207 13
15 Chico State 188 16
16 Lander 171 19
17 Lincoln Memorial 167 17
18 Arkansas Tech 132 20
19 Carson-Newman 111 21
20 Lee 83 12
21 Texas A&M Commerce 72 18
T22 Grand Valley State 70 T22
T22 Young Harris 70 NR
24 St. Marys (TX) 58 NR
25 Central Missouri 35 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking:   Central Oklahoma (#T22), CSU San Marcos (#25), Mount Olive (#T22)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Central Oklahoma, 34; Indianapolis, 33; Coker, 30; Mount Olive, 27; Simon Fraser, 24; Missouri-St. Louis, 23; Valdosta State, 22; Flagler, 18; Oklahoma Christian, 18; Saginaw Valley State, 18; Maryville, 17; California Baptist, 16; CSU San Marcos, 14; Clayton State, 13; Lenor Rhyne, 13; North Greenville, 11; Harding, 10; Sonoma State, 10; Winona State, 10; CSU East Bay, 9; Bellarmine, 8; Georgia Southwestern State, 6; Queens U. of Charlotte, 6; Goldey-Beacom, 5; Bentley, 4; Missouri Western State, 4; King, 3; Henderson State, 2.