West Florida Remains No. 1 Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – West Florida received 12 first-place to keep the top spot in the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. The Argonauts have held the top spot for five straight polls.

The top three spots remained unchanged with Florida Southern, who tallied four first-place votes, at No. 2 and Nova Southeastern third. Barry moved up rungs to fourth and tallied the remaining first-place ballot. Florida Tech stayed at No. 5 while Lynn fell to sixth. Columbus State moved up four spots to No. 7 and is followed by Newberry, Limestone and Saint Leo.

Grand Valley State (#T22), Mount Olive (#T22) and CSU San Marcos joined the ranking. Central Missouri, Coker and Simon Fraser fell from the top 25.

The next Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll will be released March 30.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - March 9

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous
1 West Florida (12) 418 1
2 Florida Southern (4) 411 2
3 Nova Southeastern 378 3
4 Barry (1) 346 6
5 Florida Tech 333 5
6 Lynn 314 4
7 Columbus State 283 11
8 Newberry 277 7
9 Limestone 276 10
10 Saint Leo 266 9
11 CSU Monterey Bay 232 8
12 Lee 225 T16
13 Rollins 197 13
14 USC Aiken 191 23
15 CU-Colorado Springs 176 15
16 Chico State 165 12
17 Lincoln Memorial 124 18
18 Texas A&M Commerce 115 14
19 Lander 106 21
20 Arkansas Tech 76 24
21 Carson-Newman 70 20
T22 Central Oklahoma 57 19
T22 Grand Valley State 57 NR
T22 Mount Olive 57 NR
25 CSU San Marcos 55 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking:  Central Missouri (#22), Coker (#25), Simon Fraser (#T16)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Central Missouri, 48; Simon Fraser, 45; Oklahoma Christian, 41; Coker, 34; Valdosta State, 29; California Baptist, 19; Young Harris, 16; Missouri-St. Louis, 13; Clayton State, 8; North Greenville, 8; St. Mary's (TX), 8; Sonoma State, 7; Belmont Abbey, 6; Barton, 5; Harding, 5; Flagler, 4; Georgia Southwestern State, 4; Henderson State, 4; Queens U. of Charlotte, 3; Catawba, 1; King, 1; North Alabama, 1; St. Edward's, 1; Wayne State (MI), 1.