Barry Keeps Top Spot in Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Barry received 19 first-place votes to stay No. 1 in the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. The Buccaneers were ranked first for the fourth straight ranking.

Lynn stayed at No. 2 and tallied the remaining three first-place ballots. West Florida moved up two spots to third while Florida Tech dropped one place to fourth. Florida Southern, Western Washington, and Chico State each moved up one rung to Nos. 5-7, respectively. Saint Leo dropped to No. 8 and was followed by Oklahoma Christian and St. Mary’s (TX).

CSU Monterey Bay (#19) and Indianapolis (#24) reentered the top 25. Arkansas Tech and USC Aiken fell from the ranking.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - Feb. 15

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Ranking
1 Barry (19) 546 1
2 Lynn (3) 524 2
3 West Florida 485 5
4 Florida Tech 437 3
5 Florida Southern 433 6
6 Western Washington 412 7
7 Chico State 381 8
8 Saint Leo 360 4
9 Oklahoma Christian 344 9
10 St. Mary's (TX) 333 11
11 Henderson State 285 12
12 Nova Southeastern 281 10
13 Limestone 276 13
14 Young Harris 221 14
15 Lindenwood 205 15
16 Lincoln Memorial 175 16
17 Grand Valley State 168 17
18 Midwestern State 150 19
19 CSU Monterey Bay 143 NR
20 Simon Fraser 134 22
21 Central Missouri 94 20
22 Wingate 84 21
23 Rollins 77 18
24 Indianapolis 66 NR
25 Dixie State 50 25
       
Dropped From Ranking:   Arkansas Tech (#24), USC Aiken (#23)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Carson-Newman, 49; Sonoma State, 49; Arkansas Tech, 41; Missouri-St. Louis, 41; Columbus State, 30; USC Aiken, 29; Flagler, 23; Wayne State (MI), 22; Queens University of Charlotte, 19; Newberry, 18; Lander, 16; Barton, 15; St. Edwards, 13; Valdosta State, 12; Delta State, 10; Washburn, 10; Ferris State, 9; Bellarmine, 8; Findlay, 8; Northeastern State, 7; Lincoln (MO), 6; Western New Mexico, 6; Central Oklahoma, 5; Palm Beach Atlantic, 5; Christian Brothers, 4; Colorado State Pueblo, 4; Clayton State, 3; West Georgia, 3; Winona State, 2; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 1.