Nova Southeastern Number One in GolfWorld/Nike Golf Division II Coaches' Poll

(NEW YORK, NY)—The latest Golf World/Nike Golf Division II College Coaches’ Poll has been released, combining the resources of Golf World magazine, Nike Golf and viagra canada prescription the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The complete results, including results from Divisions I, III, NAIA and NJCAA will appear in the April 22, 2013 issue of Golf World. Nova Southeastern earned 16 of the 17 available first-place votes to remain No. 1 on the Golf World/Nike Golf men's Division II coaches' poll.

The Sharks have won three times in 2012-13 and have finished second in six other tournaments as they prepare to try and defend their NCAA title.

Barry claimed the other first-place vote to remain No. 2 in the poll while USC Aiken held on to the No. 3 spot. Rounding out the top five are CSU-Monterey Bay and Lynn.

No new teams joined the top 10. One new program joined the top 25: No. 24 Mount Olive.

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Division II - April 17, 2013

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Nova Southeastern (16) 424 1
2 Barry (1) 399 2
3 South Carolina-Aiken 336 3
4 CSU-Monterey Bay 334 8
5 Lynn 333 5
6 Florida Southern 323 4
7 Abilene Christian 315 6
8 Western Washington 272 10
9 North Alabama 269 7
10 Columbus State 239 9
11 Grand Canyon 234 17
11 CSU-Stanislaus 217 15
12 Armstrong Atlantic State 200 T12
14 Belmont Abbey 191 T12
15 Georgia College 164 11
16 Barton 149 24
17 Hawaii-Hilo 126 14
18 West Florida 112 19
T19 Central Oklahoma 101 18
T19 Rollins 101 16
21 Colorado School of Mines 95 21
22 Georgia Southwestern State 86 22
23 Coker 61 20
24 Mount Olive 44 NR
25 Chico State 41 23
Dropped From Ranking: St. Edward's (#25)
Others Receiving Votes: Newberry, 29; Missouri-St. Louis, 27; Florida Institute of Technology, 25; Indiana University of pfizer soft viagra Pennsylvania, 25; King College, 20; North Carolina-Pembroke, 18; Wayne State (MI), 18; Ferris State, 17; Indianapolis, 17; Midwestern State, 17; Grand Valley State, 15; Oklahoma Christian, 14; Valdosta State, 14; Cameron, 13; St. Thomas Aquinas, 11; Tiffin, 11; UC-San Diego, 9; St. Edward's, 9; Montevallo, 7; Sonoma State, 7; Saint Leo, 6; CU-Colorado Springs, 5; North Georgia, 5; Dallas Baptist, 4; Pfeiffer, 4; Post, 3; Central Missouri, 2; Clayton State, 2; Dixie State, 2; Flagler, 1; Massachusetts-Lowell, 1; Washburn, 1.