NORMAN, Okla. — Continuing their way up the Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll, Georgia Tech is the new No. 1 ranked team in the country.
The Yellow Jackets received 19 first-place votes, followed by second-ranked Wake Forest, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, and Pepperdine round out the top-five.
BYU joined the ranking this, jumping all the way to #6, while Arizona State, SMU, Notre Dame, Duke (T-10), and Louisville (T-10) all earned a spot in the Top-10.
BYU (#6), Colorado State (#21), Oregon State (#22), Vanderbilt (#23), and Tennessee (#25) all joined the ranking while Illinois, Ole Miss, Southern California, Stanford, and West Virginia all fell from the poll this week.
|Rank||University (First Place Votes)||Points||Previous Rank|
|1||Georgia Tech (19)||618||2|
|4||Texas Tech (4)||545||6|
|7||Arizona State (1)||455||1|
|9||Notre Dame (1)||424||12|
|Dropped From Ranking: Illinois (#22); Ole Miss (#24); Southern California (#19); Stanford (#21); West Virginia (#25).|
|Others Receiving Votes: Tennessee Tech, 38; LSU, 22; UAB, 17; Stanford, 16; West Virginia, 15; East Tennessee State, 10; Mississippi, 10; South Carolina, 10; UCLA, 10; Oklahoma State, 9; Southern California, 8; Northwestern, 6; North Florida, 5; California, 3; Illinois, 3; Houston, 2; Long Beach State, 2; Arkansas State, 1; James Madison, 1; Liberty, 1.|