Oglethorpe Retains Top Spot in GolfWorld/Nike Golf DIII Coaches' Poll

(NEW YORK, NY) — The latest Golf World/Nike Golf Division III College Coaches’ Poll has been released, combining the buy cialis low price resources of Golf World magazine, Nike Golf and tramadol online prescriptions free viagra the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The complete results, including results from Divisions I, II, NAIA and NJCAA will appear in the November 12, 2012 issue of Golf World. Oglethorpe maintained its spot atop the latest Golf World/Nike Golf men's Division III coaches' poll, earning nine of 13 first-place votes.

The Stormy Petrels finished off their fall campaign with two wins and two third-place finishes.

Methodist remained the No. 2 program in the latest poll, earning one first-place vote. Rounding out the top five are the University of Texas at Tyler, Nebraska Wesleyan and Saint John's of Minnesota.

Two other schools received a first-place vote: No. 7 Gustavus Adolphus and No. 14 Wittenberg.

Three new programs joined the generic overnight viagra top 25: Mary Hardin-Baylor in a tie for 20th, and Allegheny and Pacific Lutheran, both tied for 25th.

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Division III - November 1, 2012

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Oglethorpe (9) 317 1
2 Methodist (1) 299 2
3 UT-Tyler 254 6
4 Nebraska Wesleyan 249 16
5 Saint John's (MN) 245 18
6 Illinois Wesleyan 233 10
7 Gustavus Adolphus (2) 219 15
8 Guilford 201 5
9 St. John Fisher 190 8
10 St. Thomas 161 24
11 La Verne 158 14
12 Redlands 156 3
13 Emory 155 13
14 Wittenberg (1) 153 7
15 LaGrange 147 25
16 Skidmore 144 19
17 Transylvania 139 4
18 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 133 9
19 California Lutheran 88 20
T20 Greensboro 67 11
T20 Mary Hardin-Baylor 67 NR
22 Southwestern University 47 12
T23 Centre 42 23
T23 Christopher Newport 42 22
T25 Allegheny 41 NR
T25 Pacific Lutheran 41 NR
Dropped From Ranking: Huntingdon (#17), Trinity (TX) (#21)
Others Receiving Votes: Averett, 30; Huntingdon, 21; Ohio Wesleyan, 21; Calvin, 17; Rochester, 14; Carthage, 12; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 12; Central, 11; Luther, 11; Middlebury, 11; McDaniel, 10; Rhodes, 10; Carnegie-Mellon, 8; Franklin & Marshall, 7; Otterbein, 6; Whitworth, 6; Williams, 6; Hope, 5; Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 5; Berry, 2; Denison, 2; Millikin, 2; DePauw, 1.