NORMAN, Okla. – West Florida claimed 15 first-place votes to maintain the No. 1 ranking in the Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll. It’s the third straight ranking the Argonaughts have ranked first and fourth overall.
Lynn received the remaining two first-place ballots to remain second. Barry jumped up two spots to third and is followed by Florida Southern, Nova Southeastern and North Alabama. Lander climbed 10 rungs to No. 7 while Lee, Florida Tech and Newberry completed the top 10.
BYU-Hawaii (#14) and Young Harris (#23) made their season debuts in the ranking. Columbus State fell from the top 25.
Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll - March 31
|Rank||University (First Place Votes)||Points||Previous Rank|
|1||West Florida (15)||421||1|
|11||Missouri - St. Louis||238||12|
|15||CSU Monterey Bay||169||7|
|Dropped From Ranking:||Columbus State (#T21)|
|Others Receiving Votes: CSU East Bay, 22; Grand Valley State, 21; Lenoir Rhyne, 20; Columbus State, 19; Indianapolis, 19; Carson-Newman, 17; Clayton State, 17; Coker, 16; Western Washington, 12; Central Oklahoma, 11; Tiffin, 11; Wayne State (MI), 10; CSU San Marcos, 9; Henderson State, 9; Dixie State, 5; Georgia College, 5; St. Edward's, 4; Colorado Christian, 3; Colorado-Colorado Springs, 2; Midwestern State, 2; Arkansas Tech, 1; Georgia Southwestern State, 1.|