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Oklahoma remains No. 1 in final Division I Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. — After receiving 19 first-place votes the Oklahoma Sooners remain atop the final Bushnell Golfweek Division I Coaches’ Poll of 2021.

Florida State ranks, followed by the Big 12 Conference Champions Oklahoma State who rank third. ACC Champion Clemson is fourth followed by Texas to round out the top-five.

North Carolina and Pepperdine tied for sixth followed by Wake Forest, Arizona State, and NC State who all earned a spot in the top-ten.

 

Bushnell/Golfweek Division I Coaches' Poll - April 29, 2021

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Oklahoma (19) 570 1
2 Florida State 525 2
3 Oklahoma State (1) 524 3
4 Clemson (3) 519 4
5 Texas 449 5
T-6 North Carolina 421 15
T-6 Pepperdine 421 8
8 Wake Forest 414 6
9 Arizona State 391 10
10 NC State 352 9
11 Illinois 347 7
12 Georgia 337 11
13 Vanderbilt 303 13
T-14 Auburn 257 14
T-14 Texas A&M 257 12
16 Arizona 207 17
17 Tennessee 191 19
18 Liberty 178 16
19 Texas Tech 143 23
20 Florida 138 18
21 SMU 127 20
22 North Florida 115 21
23 Arkansas 107 22
24 LSU 60 NR
25 San Diego State 45 24
       
Dropped From Ranking: Notre Dame (#25).   
       
Others Receiving Votes: Georgia Tech, 29; Alabama, 16; Notre Dame, 9; Stanford, 7; Louisville, 6; New Mexico, 6; South Florida, 2; Duke, 1; UAB, 1.

Oklahoma jumps to No. 1 in latest Division I Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. — After receiving 21 first-place votes the Oklahoma Sooners are the nations new No. 1 team in the latest Bushnell Golfweek Division I Coaches’ Poll.

Florida State ranks second after receiving two first-place votes, followed by third-ranked Oklahoma State, Clemson, and Texas all earned a spot in the top-five.

Wake Forest ranks sixth followed by Illinois, Pepperdine, NC State, and Arizona State to round out the top-ten.

 

Bushnell/Golfweek Division I Coaches' Poll - April 16, 2021

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Oklahoma (21) 573 2
2 Florida State (2) 547 1
3 Oklahoma State 511 7
4 Clemson 495 14
5 Texas 459 6
6 Wake Forest 457 3
7 Illinois 431 4
8 Pepperdine 426 11
9 NC State 375 20
10 Arizona State 346 5
11 Georgia 329 12
12 Texas A&M 319 10
13 Vanderbilt 300 8
14 Auburn 285 9
15 North Carolina 264 15
16 Liberty 238 18
17 Arizona 176 16
18 Florida 161 13
19 Tennessee 156 19
20 SMU 153 17
21 North Florida 147 NR
22 Arkansas 77 22
23 Texas Tech 68 21
24 San Diego State 51 NR
25 Notre Dame 40 NR
       
       
       
Dropped From Ranking: Alabama (#24); Arkansas State (#25); South Florida (#23). 
       
Others Receiving Votes: LSU, 26; Georgia Tech, 12; Alcorn State, 10; South Florida, 10; Kent State, 7; Louisville, 4; San Francisco, 3; San Jose State, 3; Stanford, 3; UAB, 3; Alabama, 2; Baylor, 2; New Mexico, 2; Arkansas State, 1.

Oklahoma remains No. 1 in latest Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. — After a victory at the Cabo Collegiate, the Oklahoma Sooners remain atop the latest Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll.

The Sooners received 13 first-place votes, followed by second-ranked Wake Forest who received seven first-place votes, and Florida State. Illinois climbs all the way up the ranking to fourth where they are tied with Arizona State.

Pepperdine ranks sixth followed by Arizona, Clemson, and Texas.  Oklahoma State and North Carolina tied for tenth to round out the top-ten.

 

Bushnell/Golfweek Division I Coaches' Poll - March 5, 2021

1 Oklahoma (13) 576 1
2 Wake Forest (7) 552 T-7
3 Florida State 528 15
T-4 Arizona State 504 3
T-4 Illinois 504 NR
6 Pepperdine 480 5
7 Arizona (4) 456 11
8 Clemson 408 T-7
9 Texas 384 10
T-10 North Carolina 360 NR
T-10 Oklahoma State 360 22
12 Texas A&M 308 14
13 Vanderbilt 299 2
T-14 SMU 264 T-17
T-14 Georgia 264 6
16 Florida 242 19
17 Auburn 216 13
18 Liberty 207 NR
19 Tennessee 154 4
20 Texas Tech 152 16
21 San Diego State 147 9
22 North Texas 84 NR
23 Arkansas 70 12
24 Arkansas State 64 NR
25 New Mexico 48 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking: Alabama (#T-17); Baylor (#21); Duke (#25); North Florida (#24); South Carolina (#20); UAB (#23). 
       
Others Receiving Votes: North Florida, 21; Stanford, 21; Baylor, 20; Kansas, 18; South Carolina, 12; UAB, 12; Tennessee Tech, 10; Alabama, 9; Indiana, 9; Louisville, 9; Georgia Tech, 8; Houston, 8; LSU, 6; Duke, 3; Northwestern, 3; Southern California, 3; San Francisco, 2; South Florida, 2; Arkansas-Little Rock, 1; Iowa, 1; Loyola Marymount, 1; Notre Dame, 1.

Florida State ranked No. 1 in latest Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. — After receiving 14 first-place votes the Florida State Seminoles are the nations new No. 1 team in the latest Bushnell Golfweek Division I Coaches’ Poll.

Oklahoma ranks second after receiving seven first-place votes, followed by third-ranked Wake Forest who received one first-place vote, and Illinois who also received one first-place vote. Arizona State ranks fifth.

Texas ranks sixth followed by Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt, Auburn and Texas A&M to round out the top-ten.

 

Bushnell/Golfweek Division I Coaches' Poll - March 26, 2021

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Florida State (14) 552 3
2 Oklahoma (7) 551 1
3 Wake Forest (1) 531 2
4 Illinois (1) 497 T-4
5 Arizona State 438 T-4
6 Texas 436 9
7 Oklahoma State 419 T-10
8 Vanderbilt 406 13
9 Auburn 378 17
10 Texas A&M 366 12
11 Pepperdine 350 6
12 Georgia 315 T-14
13 Florida 293 16
14 Clemson 291 8
15 North Carolina 246 T-10
16 Arizona 236 7
17 SMU 195 T-14
18 Liberty 177 18
19 Tennessee 152 19
20 NC State 151 NR
21 Texas Tech 148 20
22 Arkansas 102 23
23 South Florida 44 NR
24 Alabama 36 NR
25 Arkansas State 35 24
       
       
       
Dropped From Ranking: New Mexico (#25); North Texas (#22); San Diego State (#21). 
       
Others Receiving Votes: LSU, 22; North Florida, 21; San Diego State, 21; Ohio State, 10; UAB, 10; Baylor, 8; UNC Charlotte, 8; Georgia Tech, 7; Duke, 4; Louisville, 4; Kansas, 3; Purdue, 3; Mississippi, 2; New Mexico, 2; Northwestern, 2; Texas San Antonio, 1.

 

Oklahoma climbs to No. 1 in Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. — After beginning the 2021 season ranked second, the Oklahoma Sooners jump to #1 in the latest Division I Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll.

The Sooners received 13 first-place votes, followed by second-ranked Vanderbilt who received four first-place votes, and Arizona State who received seven first-place votes. Tennessee climbs all the way up to fourth, followed by Pepperdine to round out the top five.

Georgia ranks sixth followed by Wake Forest and Clemson who tied for seventh. San Diego State and Texas also both earned a spot in the top ten.

 

February 12, 2021 Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Oklahoma (13) 600 2
2 Vanderbilt (4) 575 3
3 Arizona State (7) 504 10
4 Tennessee 500 6
5 Pepperdine 475 1
6 Georgia 456 5
T-7 Wake Forest (1) 432 17
T-7 Clemson 432 T-25
9 San Diego State 357 NR
10 Texas 352 4
11 Arizona 345 NR
12 Arkansas 336 7
13 Auburn 325 8
14 Texas A&M 312 12
15 Florida State 242 NR
16 Texas Tech 220 9
T-17 Alabama 210 16
T-17 SMU 210 19
19 Florida 176 11
20 South Carolina 154 18
21 Baylor 152 13
22 Oklahoma State 126 14
23 UAB 78 15
24 North Florida 72 NR
25 Duke 60 T-25
       
       
       
Dropped From Ranking: Arkansas State (#T-20); Georgia Tech (#T-20); Illinois (#T-25); LSU (#23); North Carolina (#24); San Diego (#T-25; Stanford (#22). 
       
Others Receiving Votes: LSU, 55; Arkansas State, 42; Southern California, 34; Illinois, 33; Liberty, 30; Stanford, 30; Mississippi, 27; Georgia Southern, 22; North Texas, 20; Mississippi State, 18; Georgia Tech, 16; Kansas, 16; Louisville, 16; North Carolina, 15; San Diego, 13; Indiana, 12; Iowa, 11; Saint Marys College, 7;  Loyola Marymount, 6; Arkansas-Little Rock, 4; San Francisco, 4; Kennesaw State, 3; Michigan State, 3; Tennessee Tech, 2; Virginia, 2; Missouri, 1; BYU, 1.

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