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Polls 2019-20

Barry Remains atop Bushnell Golfweek Division II Poll to begin 2020

NORMAN, Okla. — Barry received 13 first-place votes in the first Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll of the spring and remain the No. 1 team in the country.

Georgia Southwestern ranks second after earning nine first-place votes, followed by third-ranked USC-Aiken. West Florida is ranked third, followed by Lynn who earned one first-place vote to round out the top-five.

Oklahoma Christian, Simon Fraser, Arkansas Tech, Lincoln Memorial, and St. Mary’s (TX) round out the top ten.

Carson-Newman (#22), UC-San Diego (#23), and CSU Monterey Bay (#24) rejoin the ranking this week Rollins, Sonoma State, and St. Edwards all fell from the top 25.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Barry (13) 564 1
2 Georgia Southwestern State (9) 548 2
3 South Carolina-Aiken 482 4
4 West Florida 478 3
5 Lynn (1) 427 5
6 Oklahoma Christian 394 6
7 Simon Fraser 386 9
T-8 Arkansas Tech 336 8
T-8 Lincoln Memorial 336 7
10 St. Marys (TX) 329 11
11 Lee 326 10
12 Florida Tech 313 13
13 Columbus State 262 23
14 Delta State 243 14
15 Saint Leo 214 12
16 Colorado School of Mines 213 16
17 Central Missouri 182 15
18 Findlay 148 17
19 Midwestern State 138 18
20 Limestone 122 25
21 Florida Southern 99 19
22 Carson-Newman 88 NR
23 UC San Diego 86 NR
24 Cal State-Monterey Bay 77 NR
25 Wayne State (MI) 71 24
       
   Dropped From Ranking: Rollins (#22); Sonoma State (#20); St. Edwards (#21).    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Washburn, 64; St. Edwards, 62; Sonoma State, 50; Rollins, 45; Concordia Univ. (OR), 39; Flagler, 31; Young Harris, 29; Mount Olive, 28; Chico State, 25; Rogers State, 23; Lander, 16; McKendree, 15; Missouri - St. Louis, 14; Winona State, 14; Central Oklahoma, 13; CSU East Bay, 13; Georgia College, 13; Valdosta State, 11; California Univ. of Pennsylvania, 9; Maryville Univ. 9; Nova Southeastern, 9; Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania, 8; Southern Wesleyan, 8; Assumption College, 7; Lenoir Rhyne, 7; Western Washington, 7; Le Moyne, 6; Newberry, 6; Colorado Christian, 5; Queens Univ. of Charlotte, 5; Dixie State, 4; Henderson State, 4; King, 4; West Georgia, 4; Clayton State, 3; Southern New Hampshire Univ. 2; St. Thomas Aquinas, 1.

Oklahoma opens 2020 atop Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. — After finishing the fall as the No. 1 ranked team in the country, the Oklahoma Sooners continue their reign as the top-ranked team in the country in the first Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll of 2020.

The Sooners received six first-place votes, followed by second-ranked Pepperdine who received 16 first-place votes, and Georgia Tech who received one first-place vote. Duke and Wake Forest round out the top five.

Texas Tech, Colorado State, Notre Dame, Arizona State, and Arizona all earned a spot in the top ten.

Vanderbilt (#22) and Tennessee (#25) both rejoined the ranking this week, while Arkansas and Oregon State fell from the top 25.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Oklahoma (6) 554 1
2 Pepperdine (16) 546 4
3 Georgia Tech (1) 531 3
4 Duke 462 5
5 Wake Forest 439 6
6 Texas Tech 422 2
7 Colorado State 412 8
8 Notre Dame 410 7
9 Arizona State 405 10
10 Arizona 387 14
11 Texas A&M 342 T-16
12 Baylor 314 11
13 Texas 289 19
14 North Carolina 274 12
15 BYU 264 9
16 SMU 262 13
17 Auburn 204 T-16
18 Washington 181 18
19 Louisville 172 15
20 Georgia 155 20
21 Clemson 101 22
22 Vanderbilt 76 NR
23 LSU 70 25
24 UCLA 64 21
25 Tennessee 41 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking: Arkansas (#23); Oregon State (#24). 
       
Others Receiving Votes: East Tennessee State, 22; California, 18; Arkansas, 17; North Florida, 7; Oklahoma State, 7; Florida, 6; Oregon State, 6; Florida State, 5; Illinois, 4; South Carolina, 3; Mississippi, 2; South Florida, 1.

Ranger Moves into Top Spot in Bushnell Golfweek NJCAA Division I Poll

NORMAN, Okla. — Ranger College is the new No. 1 team in the country in the latest Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll, earning six of a possible seven first-place votes.

Midland fell to the No. 2 spot, followed by Hutchison, Odessa, and New Mexico JC to round out the top five.

McLennan and Eastern Arizona join the ranking for the first time this season, while Eastern Florida State and John A. Logan dropped from the poll.

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November 15, 2019 Bushenll Golfweek NJCAA DI Coaches Poll

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Ranger (6) 69 3
2 Midland  60 1
3 Hutchinson 50 4
4 Odessa 45 6
5 New Mexico JC 40 T-8
6 Central Alabama (1) 39 2
7 Indian Hills 33 5
8 McLennan 19 NR
9 Iowa Western 14 T-8
10 Eastern Arizona 11 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking: Eastern Florida State (#7); John A. Logan (#10)
       
Others Receiving Votes: Eastern Florida State, 4; Garden City, 1.

Kirkwood Remains atop Latest Bushnell Golfweek NJCAA Division II Poll

NORMAN, Okla. — For the second week in a row, Kirkwood claims the top spot in the latest Bushnell Golfweek Coaches poll after receiving three first-place votes.

South Mountain ranked second, receiving four first-place votes. Mississippi Gulf Coast is third, followed by Parkland, and Mesa to round out the top five.

Meridian moved to sixth and is followed by Walters State, Tyler, Des Moines Area. Black Hawk and Copiah-Lincoln tied at No. 10.

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November 15, 2019 Bushnell Golfweek NJCAA Division II Coaches Poll

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Ranking
1 Kirkwood (3) 66 1
2 South Mountain (4) 65 2
3 Mississippi Gulf Coast  58 3
4 Parkland  39 4
5 Mesa 36 7
6 Meridian 29 5
7 Walters State 28 6
8 Tyler JC 24 8
9 Des Moines Area 18 10
T-10 Black Hawk 7 9
T-10 Copiah Lincoln 7 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking:    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Murray State (OK), 4; Georgia Military, 3; Rend Lake, 1.

Coastal Georgia Remain No. 1 team in Bushnell Golfweek NAIA Poll

NORMAN, Okla. — After receiving nine first-place votes Coastal Georgia remained the No. 1 team in country in the Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll.

Second ranked Keiser received one first-place vote, followed by third ranked Point, Ottawa (AZ), and Victoria to earn a spot in the top five.

Dalton State, Oklahoma City, Texas Wesleyan, Wayland Baptist, and South Carolina Beaufort round out the top 10.

SCAD Savannah (#18), and Tennessee Wesleyan (#24) join the ranking this week while Northwestern Ohio and Rocky Mountain both fell from the top 25.

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November 15, 2019 Bushnell Golfweek NAIA Coaches Poll

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Ranking
1 College of Coastal Georgia (9) 249 1
2 Keiser (1) 240 2
3 Point 222 7
4 Ottawa (AZ) 212 4
5 Victoria 205 8
6 Dalton State 202 5
7 Oklahoma City 197 10
8 Texas Wesleyan 174 3
9 Wayland Baptist 160 11
10 South Carolina Beaufort 159 6
11 Southeastern (FL) 158 T-13
12 Thomas (GA) 136 T-13
13 Bellevue University 134 12
14 Truett-McConnell 115 18
15 Morningside 102 T-16
T-16 Cumberland 79 21
T-16 Reinhardt 79 25
18 SCAD Savannah 69 NR
19 British Columbia 60 9
20 Missouri Valley College 59 T-16
21 Grand View 56 20
22 Johnson & Wales University (FL) 54 15
23 Central Baptist 49 19
24 Tennessee Wesleyan 39 NR
25 Lindsey Wilson 20 22
       
   Dropped From Ranking: Northwestern Ohio (#23); Rocky Mountain (#24).    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Central Christian (KS), 8; Arizona Christian, 4; Bethany (KS), 3; Webber International, 3; William Carey, 2; Indiana Wesleyan, 1 

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