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NORMAN, Okla. — Barry University received 20 first-place votes in the third Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll of the season and are the new No. 1 in the country.

West Florida ranks second, followed by third-ranked Georgia Southwestern State, who tallied one first place vote, while Arkansas Tech is ranked fourth with one first-place vote. USC Aiken jumps up five spots to earn a spot in the top five.

Lynn, Oklahoma Christian, Simon Fraser, St. Mary’s (TX), and Lee round out the top ten.

Central Missouri (#13), Colorado School of Mines (#14), Delta State (#15), Concordia (OR) (#17), Midwestern State (#21), Findlay (#22), and Washburn (#24) all join the ranking.

CSU Monterey Bay, Dixie State, Lander, Limestone, Missouri-St. Louis, Rollins, Western Washington, and Young Harris all fell from the poll.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Barry (20) 638 4
2 West Florida 495 3
3 Georgia Southwestern State (1) 494 7
4 Arkansas Tech (1) 481 16
5 South Carolina-Aiken 469 10
6 Lynn (4) 466 1
7 Oklahoma Christian 444 6
8 Simon Fraser 443 8
9 St. Marys (TX) 356 9
10 Lee 351 17
11 Florida Southern 295 2
12 Saint Leo 286 5
13 Central Missouri 282 NR
14 Colorado School of Mines 266 NR
15 Delta State 238 NR
16 Lincoln Memorial 230 14
17 Concordia University (OR) 228 NR
18 Florida Tech 192 12
19 St. Edwards 163 20
20 Columbus State 128 24
21 Midwestern State 126 NR
22 Findlay 116 NR
23 Chico State 110 11
24 Washburn 81 NR
25 Nova Southeastern 77 13
       

 

 Dropped From Ranking: Cal State-Monterey Bay (#18); Dixie State (#21); Lander (#15); Limestone (#22); Missouri-St. Louis (#19); Rollins (#T-25); Western Washington (#23); Young Harris (#T-25)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Wayne State (MI), 72; Dixie State, 59; Sonoma State, 59; Stanislaus State, 56; Western Washington, 52; Limestone, 49; Lander, 47; Clayton State, 46; Cal State-Monterey Bay, 44; Queens University of Charlotte, 41; Henderson State, 36; Rollins, 36; Valdosta State, 36; Newberry, 34; Young Harris, 34; Mount Olive, 33; Carson-Newman, 29; Flagler, 24; Missouri-St. Louis, 24; Georgia College, 19; Southern Wesleyan, 19; Winona State, 18; West Georgia, 14; Central Oklahoma, 11; Grand Valley State, 11; North Georgia, 10; Indianapolis, 9; Saint Anslem, 9; Anderson (SC), 7; Tiffin, 7; Colorado-Colorado Springs, 6; Trevecca Nazarene, 6; Erskine, 5; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 5; Tampa, 5; Belmont Abbey, 4; Lenoir Rhyne, 4; Lindenwood, 4; Northeastern State, 4; Catawba, 3; Barton, 2; Northwood University (MI), 1; Wingate, 1.

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