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

NORMAN, Okla. – West Florida received all 18 first-place votes to remain No. 1 in the final fall Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. The Argonauts have been ranked No. 1 for three straight polls.

Florida Southern and Lynn swapped Nos. 2 and 3, respectively. Nova Southeastern stood pat at No. 4. Florida Tech and Newberry tied at fifth. Limestone was ranked seventh and followed by CSU Monterey Bay, Saint Leo, and Columbus State.

Rollins (#18), Carson-Newman (#T19), Central Oklahoma (#T19), Lincoln Memorial (#21) and Coker (#25) entered in the ranking. California Baptist, CSU San Marcos, North Alabama, Sonoma State and St. Edward’s dropped from the top 25.

The first spring poll will be released February 16.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - Final Fall

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous
1 West Florida (18) 450 1
2 Florida Southern 422 3
3 Lynn 403 2
4 Nova Southeastern 387 4
T5 Florida Tech 332 5
T5 Newberry 332 6
7 Limestone 300 9
8 CSU Monterey Bay 297 10
9 Saint Leo 265 11
10 Columbus State 241 8
11 Chico State 227 7
12 Barry 199 13
13 Lee 177 12
14 Texas A&M Commerce 172 14
15 CU-Colorado Springs 150 18
16 Simon Fraser 144 16
17 Lander 141 15
18 Rollins 114 NR
T19 Carson-Newman 111 NR
T19 Central Oklahoma 111 NR
21 Lincoln Memorial 94 NR
22 USC Aiken 80 21
23 Central Missouri 77 24
24 Arkansas Tech 71 19
25 Coker 59 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking:  California Baptist (#25), CSU San Marcos (#20), North Alabama (#22), Sonoma State (#17), St. Edward's (#23)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: North Alabama, 57; California Baptist, 45; Wayne State (MI), 35; Grand Valley State, 30; Valdosta State, 30; Missouri-St. Louis, 28; CSU San Marcos, 27; Sonoma State, 26; Mount Olive, 24; North Greenville, 22; Indianapolis, 18; St. Edward's, 18; Saginaw Valley State, 16; West Texas A&M, 16; Colorado State-Pueblo, 12; CSU East Bay, 10; Clayton State, 9; Midwestern State, 8; Wingate, 8; North Georgia, 7; Young Harris, 7; Dixie State, 6; Barton, 4; Bellarmine, 4; Colorado Christian, 4; Delta State, 4; Erskine, 4; Ferris State, 4; McKendree, 3; Oklahoma Christian, 3; Flagler, 3; Harding, 1; Western Washington, 1.