Barry Remains No. 1 in Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Barry remained No. 1 for the second-straight ranking in the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. The Buccaneers tallied 17 of 19 first-place votes.

Second-ranked Lynn and No. 4 West Florida earned the two remaining first-place votes. Florida Tech ranked third. Saint Leo was fifth while Florida Southern checked in at No. 6. Seventh-ranked St. Mary’s (TX), No. 8 Western Washington, and No. 10 Young Harris jumped into the top 10. Nova Southeastern dropped four spots to ninth.

Henderson State (#12), Midwestern State (#15), and Simon Fraser (#25) debuted in the top 25. Lander, Newberry, and Valdosta State all fell from the ranking.

The final fall Bushnell Golfweek Coaches poll will be released Nov. 16.

Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - Oct. 19

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Ranking
1 Barry (17) 455 1
2 Lynn (1) 423 3
3 Florida Tech 366 6
4 West Florida (1) 361 7
5 Saint Leo 356 4
6 Florida Southern 330 2
7 St. Marys (TX) 273 15
8 Western Washington 272 14
9 Nova Southeastern 267 5
10 Young Harris 224 18
11 Chico State 221 12
12 Henderson State 199 NR
13 Arkansas Tech 198 10
14 Limestone 186 21
15 Midwestern State 177 NR
16 Oklahoma Christian 171 25
17 Lincoln Memorial 165 17
18 Grand Valley State 162 24
19 Lindenwood 145 16
20 Carson-Newman 141 8
21 USC Aiken 131 9
22 Central Missouri 120 23
23 Indianapolis 72 11
24 Rollins 59 13
25 Simon Fraser 57 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking:  Lander (#19), Newberry (#20), Valdosta State (#22)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Georgia Southwestern State, 51; Lander, 43; Valdosta State, 42; Missouri-St. Louis, 31; Newberry, 29; Lenoir Rhyne, 26; Washburn, 26; Colorado School of Mines, 25; Georgia College, 25; Central Oklahoma, 24; Delta State, 22; Dixie State, 21; Northeastern State, 21; Colorado Christian, 20; Wayne State (MI), 19; Wingate, 19; Montevallo, 17; Christian Brothers, 16; Sonoma State, 15; Queens University of Charlotte, 14; Southern Arkansas, 14; CU-Colorado Springs, 13; Lee, 13; Columbus State, 12; West Georgia, 11; Flagler, 10; Erskine, 9; CSU-Monterey Bay, 8; Tusculum, 8; Colorado State-Pueblo, 7; Palm Beach Atlantic, 7; Coker, 6; Barton, 5; CSU-East Bay, 4; Tiffin, 3; Bellarmine, 2; Western New Mexico, 2; Ferris State, 1; Findlay, 1; Southern New Hampshire, 1; Stanislaus State, 1.