Barry Top Team in Golf World/Nike Golf Division II Coaches' Poll

NEW YORK, NY —The first Golf World/Nike Golf Division II College Coaches’ Poll has been released, combining the resources of Golf World magazine, Nike Golf and buy viagra from canada or mexico the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The complete results, including results from Divisions I, III, NAIA and NJCAA will appear in the March 4, 2013 issue of lowest price viagra overseas Golf World. Fresh off its win at the Matlock Collegiate Classic to cheap viagra prescription online open the spring, Barry jumped to the top of the first Golf World/Nike Golf men's Division II coaches' poll of the spring.

The Buccaneers claimed six of 17 first-place votes to take over the No. 1 spot for the second time in the 2012-13 season.

Previous No. 1 Nova Southeastern dropped to No. 2 after finishing fifth in its spring opener, the Saint Leo Invitational. The Sharks still scored nine first-place votes.

USC-Aiken remained in the No. 3 spot, with Florida Southern and Abilene Christian rounding out the top five.

No new teams entered the fast viagra top 10. Three new schools joined the top 25: No. 23 Florida Tech, No. 24 Georgia Southwestern State and No. 25 Newman.

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Division II - February 27, 2013

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Barry (6) 398 2
2 Nova Southeastern (9) 396 1
3 South Carolina-Aiken 362 3
4 Florida Southern 351 7
5 Abilene Christian 349 5
6 North Alabama (1) 331 4
7 Lynn (1) 299 10
8 Western Washington 291 6
9 CSU-Monterey Bay 280 8
10 Columbus State 241 9
11 Georgia College 201 11
12 Central Oklahoma 173 15
13 Hawaii-Hilo 172 12
14 Belmont Abbey 154 19
15 West Florida 126 24
16 CSU-Stanislaus 121 17
17 Colorado School of Mines 121 22
18 Rollins 120 13
19 Armstrong Atlantic State 95 16
20 Chico State 89 18
21 Coker 88 14
22 Grand Canyon 70 20
23 Florida Institute of Technology 68 NR
24 Georgia Southwestern State 51 NR
25 Newman 49 NR
Dropped From Ranking: Barton (#25), Newberry (#21), Oklahoma Christian (#23)
Others Receiving Votes: Barton, 46; Newberry, 45; Clayton State, 39; Oklahoma Christian 34; Indianapolis, 31; Central Missouri, 30; Valdosta State, 29; St. Edward's, 28; Grand Valley State, 20; Sonoma State, 19; Tiffin, 18; Wayne State (MI), 17; Kings College, 16; Saginaw Valley State, 16; Colorado State-Pueblo, 15; Mount Olive, 15; Union University, 14; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 13; Ferris State, 10; Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 10; Arkansas Tech, 9; Washburn, 9; CU-Colorado Springs, 8; Queens University of Charlotte, 6; Carson-Newman, 5; UC-San Diego, 5; St. Thomas Aquinas, 5; Missouri-St. Louis, 4; St. Mary's (TX), 4; Erskine, 2; Flagler, 2; Adelphi, 1; Cameron, 1; Dixie State, 1; Lincoln Memorial, 1; North Carolina-Pembroke, 1.