CSU-Stanislaus, Lynn Share Top Spot in First Spring GolfWorld/Nike Golf DII Coaches' Poll

(NEW YORK, NY) — The 2012 season's first Golf World/Nike Golf Division II College Coaches’ Poll has been released, combining the resources of Golf World magazine, Nike Golf and visit web site the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The complete results, including results from Divisions I, III, NAIA and NJCAA will appear in the March 5, 2012 issue of Golf World.  Lynn, the top-ranked school in the final fall edition of the Golf World/Nike Golf Division II men’s coaches’ poll, has some company in the top spot for the generic cialis india first spring poll.

The Fighting Knights, runners-up at the Matlock Collegiate Classic earlier this month, find themselves sharing the No. 1 spot with CSU-Stanislaus, the two schools each receiving 370 total points.

The two schools were among five that received first-place votes. The other three were the programs that claim the Nos. 3-5 spots in the poll: Barry, Central Oklahoma and Georgia Southwestern State.

No new schools joined the top 10. One squad joined the top 25: No. 23 St. Edward’s.

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Division II - February 29, 2012

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
T1 CSU-Stanislaus (5) 370 3
T1 Lynn (4) 370 1
3 Barry (1) 347 2
4 Central Oklahoma (3) 331 4
5 Georgia Southwestern State (3) 321 10
6 Chico State 318 5
7 Nova Southeastern 297 6
8 Western Washington 287 9
9 West Florida 279 8
10 Abilene Christian 260 7
11 Sonoma State 217 T11
12 CU-Colorado Springs 167 T13
13 North Alabama 163 T11
14 Hawaii-Hilo 138 21
15 South Carolina-Aiken 133 15
16 Carson-Newman 115 T18
17 Florida Southern 101 25
18 North Carolina-Pembroke 96 T13
19 Wingate University 95 T18
20 CSU-Monterey Bay 91 22
21 Barton 85 T16
22 Georgia College 84 T16
23 St. Edwards 80 NR
24 Grand Canyon 62 23
25 Armstrong Atlantic State 54 20
Dropped From Ranking:  Belmont Abbey (#24)
Others Receiving Votes: Central Missouri, 53; Florida Institute of Technology, 51; Indianapolis, 47; Colorado School of Mines, 26; Columbus State, 26; Belmont Abbey, 25; Ferris State, 22; Valdosta State, 21; Newberry, 16; Northern Kentucky, 10; Bellarmine, 6; Midwestern State, 6; Missouri-St. Louis, 6; Northeastern State, 5; Northwood (Mich.), 4; Wilmington, 4; Ashland, 3; California Baptist, 2; Cameron, 2; Findlay, 2; Washburn, 2.