Nova Southeastern Claims Top Spot in GolfWorld/Nike Golf DII Coaches' Poll

(NEW YORK, NY) — The latest Golf World/Nike Golf Division II College Coaches’ Poll has been released, combining the resources of Golf Worldmagazine, Nike Golf and canadian viagra the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The complete results, including results from Divisions I, III, NAIA and NJCAA will appear in the November 12, 2012 issue of Golf World. A victory at the Brickyard Crossing and a runner-up finish at the Flagler Col. Jennison Memorial propelled Barry into the top spot of click now the Golf World/Nike Golf men's Division II coaches' poll. Nova Southeastern finished the fall season with a win and four runner-up finishes, propelling the Sharks to the No. 1 ranking in the latest Golf World/Nike Golf men's Division II coaches' poll.

The Fort Lauderdale, Fla., school claimed 13 of 16 available first-place votes to jump from its No. 2 ranking in the last poll.

Previously No. 1 Barry fell just one spot to the No. 2 position, and earned two first-place votes. The Buccaneers had one win and two second-place showings in five fall starts.

Rounding out the genuine viagra for sale top five are Abilene Christian (which received the remaining first-place vote), North Alabama, and USC-Aiken.

Four new teams joined the top 25: No. 20 Rollins, No. 21 Belmont Abbey, No. 24 West Florida and No. 25 Barton.

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Division II - November 1, 2012

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Nova Southeastern (13) 389 2
2 Barry (2) 374 1
3 Abilene Christian (1) 295 3
4 North Alabama 293 4
5 South Carolina-Aiken 277 7
6 Western Washington 272 5
7 Florida Southern 222 17
8 CSU-Monterey Bay 219 8
9 Columbus State 212 19
10 Oklahoma Christian 198 23
11 Hawaii-Hilo 172 21
12 Georgia College 170 11
13 Armstrong Atlantic State 168 16
14 Chico State 149 6
15 Lynn 139 9
16 Central Oklahoma 122 12
17 Coker 120 20
18 CSU-Stanislaus 112 10
19 Colorado School of Mines 111 13
20 Rollins 95 NR
21 Belmont Abbey 89 NR
22 Grand Canyon 84 15
23 Union University 81 NR
24 West Florida 67 14
25 Barton 61 NR
Dropped From Ranking:   Delta State (#22), Flagler (#24), Georgia Southwestern State (#25), St. Edward's (#18)
Others Receiving Votes: St. Edward's, 60; Newberry, 58; Central Missouri, 51; Grand Valley State, 40; Indianapolis,39; Clayton State, 34; Wayne State (MI), 32; Missouri-St. Louis, 28; CSU-East Bay, 26; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 26; Sonoma State, 25; St. Mary's (TX), 21; Ferris State, 20; Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 18; North Carolina-Pembroke, 17; Carson-Newman, 16; Tiffin, 16; Colorado State-Pueblo, 15; Saginaw Valley State, 14; Dixie State, 13; Georgia Southwestern State, 13; Dallas Baptist, 11; Drury, 11; Bellarmine, 10; CU-Colorado Springs, 10; Erskine, 9; North Georgia College, 9; Washburn, 9; St. Thomas Aquinas, 8; Valdosta State, 8; Adelphi, 7; Montevallo, 7; Florida Institute of Technology, 6; UC-San Diego, 5; Queens University of Charlotte, 5; Flagler, 4; Incarnate Word, 4; Arkansas Tech, 2; Eckerd, 1; Northeastern State, 1.