Barry Remains atop Bushnell Golfweek Division II Poll

NORMAN, Okla. — Barry received 15 first-place votes in the fourth Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll of the season and remain the No. 1 team in the country for the second-consecutive week.

Georgia Southwestern ranks second after earning three first-place votes, followed by third-ranked West Florida, who tallied one first place vote. USC-Aiken is ranked fourth. Lynn earned one first place vote and earned a spot in the top five.

Oklahoma Christian, Lincoln Memorial, Arkansas Tech, Simon Fraser, and Lee round out the top ten.

Sonoma State (#20), and Rollins (#22) join the ranking this week while Chico State, Concordia (OR), Nova Southeastern, and Washburn all fell from the top 25.

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November 15, 2019 Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Barry (15) 518 1
2 Georgia Southwestern State (3) 491 3
3 West Florida (1) 446 2
4 USC-Aiken 404 5
5 Lynn (1) 392 6
6 Oklahoma Christian (1) 375 7
7 Lincoln Memorial 333 16
8 Arkansas Tech 323 4
9 Simon Fraser 312 8
10 Lee 285 10
11 St. Mary's (TX) 280 9
12 Saint Leo 236 12
13 Florida Tech 233 18
14 Delta State 191 15
15 Central Missouri 183 13
16 Colorado School of Mines 175 14
17 Findlay 162 22
18 Midwestern State 133 21
19 Florida Southern 122 11
20 Sonoma State 117 NR
21 St. Edwards 112 19
22 Rollins 99 NR
23 Columbus State 90 20
24 Wayne State (MI) 63 NR
25 Limestone 58 NR
       
   Dropped From Ranking: Chico State (#23); Concordia Univ. (OR) (#17); Nova Southeastern (#25); Washburn (#24).    
       
Others Receiving Votes: CSU-Monterey Bay, 48; Carson-Newman, 43; Valdosta State, 42; Chico State, 39; Nova Southeastern, 36; Queens, 34; Young Harris, 32; Washburn, 31; West Georgia, 31; Lander, 29; Concordia (OR), 27; Newberry, 27; Mount Olive, 24; Henderson State, 23; Western Washington, 22; Central Oklahoma, 21; CSU-San Marcos, 17; Missouri-St. Louis, 15; Colorado-Colorado Springs, 14; Southern Wesleyan, 14; Winona State, 14; Clayton State, 13; North Georgia, 12; Indianapolis, 9; Missouri Western State, 9; North Greenville, 9; Grand Valley State, 8; King, 7; Tiffin, 7; Flagler, 6; Trevecca Nazarene, 6; Lindenwood, 5; Dixie State, 5; Le Moyne, 4; Montevallo, 3; Coker, 2; Concord, 2; Northeastern State, 1; Northwood Univ., 1.