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GCAA Elects New Board Members; NAIA Member Added to Board

 

GCAA Elects New Board Members; NAIA Member Added to Board

The GCAA elected new members for its national advisory board for 2006-08 at its recent National Coaches Convention in Daytona Beach, Fla.  The newly elected board will go into office on July 1, 2006.  The GCAA Constitution was also amended to grant NAIA coaches a representative at-large position on the board.

Todd Satterfield of Furman defeated BYU's Bruce Brockbank for the position of third vice-president.  Oklahoma Christian's David Lynn was elected to the NAIA representative at-large position.  Normally a four-year term, Lynn will hold the office for two years to coincide his position expiring with the other representative at-large positions in June of 2008.  Trey Jones (Division I-East), Mark Hankins (Divison I-Central), Steve Card (Divison II) and Mike Phillips (Divison III) were all re-elected to their posts as directors while Conrad Ray was named the new Divison I Director-West.  All directors ran unopposed.

Precept Coaches Poll :: Feb. 26

Clemson Retains Top Spot in Precept Coaches Poll
No. 2 Augusta State Claims 17 first-place votes

 

NORMAN, Okla. ?

Despite receiving only nine of 30 first-place votes, the Clemson Tigers remain No. 1 in the Precept Division I Coaches Poll, edging second-ranked Augusta State, 724-711. The Jaguars claimed nearly double the first-place votes of Clemson (17), but all of the Tigers remaining votes were in top four, allowing them to retain the top spot.

 

TCU earned its highest ranking of the season climbing from No. 6 to third and claimed one first-place vote. Florida dropped one spot to fourth and is followed by Arizona, winner of back-to-back tournaments, who received a vote for No. 1. UNLV, who climbed two spots to sixth, also received a first-place vote and is followed by Wake Forest, Texas, UCLA and Minnesota. UCLA made the biggest jump in the poll, moving up 13 spots to ninth.

 

 

North Carolina comes in at No. 11 and is followed by Oklahoma State, Duke and Georgia, who took the biggest drop in the polls and fell out of the top 10. Illinois, Georgia Tech and New Mexico, who received the remaining first-place vote, each fell one spot. Oklahoma re-entered the poll at No. 18 and was followed by Washington and NC State.

 

Two other newcomers - Southern California and Pepperdine - entered the poll at Nos. 21 and 23, respectively. Northwestern climbed two spots to No. 22 with Michigan State (No. 24) and College of Charleston rounding out the top 25.

 

Auburn, Fresno State and Tennessee dropped out of the rankings.

 

To vote in the Precept Coaches poll, a coach must be a member of the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The next Precept Coaches poll will be released March 12 and will contain rankings for both Divisions I and II.

Complete Rankings Follow

Precept Coaches Poll Division I Top 25  
Precept Coaches Poll - Division I
February 26, 2003
Rank School (First Place) Points
1 Clemson (9) 724
2 Augusta State (17) 711
3 TCU (1) 622
4 Florida 605
5 Arizona (1) 599
6 UNLV (1) 578
7 Wake Forest 531
8 Texas 496
9 UCLA 469
10 Minnesota 423
11 North Carolina 368
12 Oklahoma State 366
13 Duke 327
14 Georgia 296
15 Illinois 287
16 Georgia Tech 280
17 New Mexico (1) 278
18 Oklahoma 185
19 Washington 162
20 NC State 160
21 Southern California 157
22 Northwestern 125
23 Pepperdine 108
24 Michigan State 106
25 College of Charleston 91

Others receiving votes: Auburn 90, Fresno State 85, Tennessee 55, San Diego State 53, Vanderbilt 48, Toledo 34, Arizona State 29, UNC-Wilmington 28, Kansas 27, Arkansas 23, Houston 23, New Mexico State 21, Kansas State 20, SMU 20, Brigham Young 14, Colorado State 14, Virginia Tech 14, Denver 11, Louisiana State 10, Tulsa 10, Ohio State 9, Stanford 8, Wichita State 7, Iowa State 6, Oregon State 6, Baylor 5, Oregon 5, Alabama 4, California 4, Missouri 4, UTEP 3, Cal-Irvine 2, East Tennessee State 2, Lamar 2, McNeese State 1
Dropped from Rankings: Auburn, Fresno State, Tennessee

 

 

 

 

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Precept Coaches Poll :: Feb. 12

 

Clemson Tops Precept Coaches Poll

 

 

Cal State-Stanislaus, Methodist College No. 1 in Divisions II, III

 

NORMAN, Okla. ?

Clemson has been voted as the top-ranked team in Division men?s collegiate golf according to the Precept Coaches Poll released by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) today. Cal State-Stanislaus and Methodist College are ranked No. 1 in Divisions II and III, respectively.

 

Clemson claimed 26 of the 35 first-place votes and 840 points to claim the top stop in Division I. Augusta State, with two first-place votes, ranks second followed by Florida (one first-place vote), Wake Forest and Arizona (one first-place vote). Rounding out the top 10 are TCU, Texas, UNLV, Minnesota and Georgia. Other teams receiving first-place votes include UNLV, Oklahoma State (No. 11), Georgia Tech (No. 15) and New Mexico (No. 16). Georgia Tech, ranked No. 1 in the preseason poll, received two first-place votes.

 

 

Cal State-Stanislaus claimed the top spot in Division II where it edged Colorado-Colorado Springs by 29 points. The two schools tied in first-place votes. Pfeiffer ranked third and is followed by Cal State-Bakersfield and West Florida. Cal-Davis, North Alabama, South Carolina-Aiken, Florida Southern College and Chico State round out the top 10.
 

 

In Division III, Methodist College was voted the nation?s top-ranked team and is followed by Wisconsin-Eau Claire, who actually claimed the most first-place votes. The remaining teams in the top five include Oglethorpe, Guilford College and Greensboro, where 13 points separate teams three through five. Saint John?s came in at No. 6 and is followed by Ohio Wesleyan, Central College, Emory and Wesley.

 

To vote in the Precept Coaches poll, a coach must be a member of the GCAA. The next Division I Precept Coaches poll will be released Feb. 26 with Division II and III polls coming on March 12 and 16, respectively.

Complete Results Follow

Precept Coaches Poll Division I Top 25  
Precept Coaches Poll - Division I
February 12, 2003
Rank School (First Place) Points
1 Clemson (26) 840
2 Augusta State (2) 736
3 Florida (1) 679
4 Wake Forest 671
5 Arizona (1) 615
6 Texas Christian 577
7 Texas 561
8 UNLV (1) 528
9 Minnesota 475
10 Georgia 440
11 Oklahoma State (1) 434
12 Duke 431
13 North Carolina 402
14 Illinois 380
15 Georgia Tech (2) 370
16 New Mexico 326
17 Fresno State 193
18 Washington 186
19 NC State 178
20 Auburn 176
21 Tennessee 210
22 Fresno State 173
23 College of Charleston 157
24 Northwestern 151
25 Michigan State 149
Others receiving votes: Southern California 148, Vanderbilt 131, Oklahoma 122, Pepperdine 94, Baylor 73, California-Irvine 69, Arkansas 61, Virginia Tech 54, Lamar 52, Arizona State 42, Toledo 40, Kansas State 37, East Tennessee State 32, Tulsa 32, Alabama 31, San Diego State 30, UNC-Wilmington 28, Missouri 25, Denver 24, Purdue 24, South Carolina 23, Ohio State 19, Kansas 18, Charlotte 18, Colorado State 17, Austin Peay State 15, Texas-San Antonio 14, Iowa State 12, Houston 11, Texas-Arlington 9, Wichita State 9, Arkansas-Little Rock 8, Campbell 8, New Mexico State 7, Texas Tech 7, California 6, East Carolina 5, Indiana 5, Oregon State 5, Southern Mississippi 4, Alabama-Birmingham 3, Charleston Southern 3, Georgia Southern 2, Pacific 2, Penn State 2, Kentucky 1, Louisville 1, Memphis 1, North Texas 1, Princeton 1, Xavier 1
 

 

 


 

 

 

Precept Coaches Poll Division I Top 25  
Precept Coaches Poll - Division II
February 12, 2003
Rank School (First Place) Points
1 Cal State-Stanislaus 394
2 Colorado-Colorado Springs (5) 365
3 Pfeiffer 350
4 Cal State-Bakersfield 344
5 West Florida 319
6 Cal-Davis 314
7 North Alabama 312
8 South Carolina-Aiken (1) 289
9 Florida Southern College (1) 274
10 Chico State (1) 263
11 Francis Marion 193
12 Abilene Christian (2) 187
13 Cal State-San Bernardino 186
13 Grand Canyon 186
15 Delta State 160
16 Kennesaw State 157
17 Central Oklahoma 142
18 Cal-San Diego 135
18 Grand Valley State 135
20 Drury 118
21 Western Washington 108
22 Rollins College 102
23 Central Arkansas 83
24 Cameron 74
25 Ferris State 67
Others receiving votes: Nebraska-Kearney 65, Armstrong Atlantic 63, Georgia College & State University 59, Arkansas Tech 58, Barry 48, Northeastern State 47, St. Mary?s 47, Columbus State 41, Bellarmine 38, South Dakota State 33, Northwood 31, Minnesota State-Mankato 26, Ashland 24, Barton College 23, Findlay 23, California State-Dominguez Hills 22, North Dakota State 21, Lynn 20, Central Missouri State 19, Northern Colorado 18, Coker College 15, Valdosta State 14, Fort Lewis College 13, Saint Martin?s College 13, Colorado School of Mines 12, Lincoln 12, Concord College 11, Incarnate Word 11, Northern Kentucky 11, UNC-Pembroke 10, Presbyterian College 10, Carson-Newman 9, Longwood College 9, North Dakota 8, Southern Colorado 7, Saginaw Valley State 5, Quincy 5, Belmont Abbey College 3, Lewis 3, Oklahoma Panhandle State 3, Southwest Baptist 3, Indianapolis 2, Truman State 2, Tusculum College 2, Clayton College & State University 1, Lenoir-Rhyne 1, Western New Mexico 1
 

 

 


 

 

 

Precept Coaches Poll Division I Top 25
Precept Coaches Poll - Division III
February 12, 2003
Rank School (First Place) Points
1 Methodist College (3) 560
2 Wisconsin-Eau Claire (15) 531
3 Oglethorpe (1) 497
4 Guilford College (1) 487
5 Greensboro College (2) 484
6 Saint John's 398
7 Ohio Wesleyan 352
8 Central College 347
9 Emory 285
10 Wesley 278
11 Mary Hardin-Baylor 259
12 Nebraska Wesleyan 239
13 Gustavus Adolphus College 230
13 Savanah College of Art & Design 230
15 Averett College 229
16 Otterbein College 202
16 Washington & Lee 202
18 Denison 196
19 Trinity 160
20 Skidmore College 158
21 Muskingum College 149
22 Christopher Newport 114
23 Williams College 106
24 Redlands (1) 104
25 Pacific Lutheran 78
Others receiving votes: Alleghany College 75, LaVerne 75, Olivet College 67, Hardin-Simmons 52, Huntingdon College 39, Southwestern 36, Warturg College 36, DePauw 34, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 32, McMurry 28, Augustana College 26, Franklin College 25, Illinois Wesleyan 25, Trinity College 25, Roanoke College 24, Husson College 21, Augsburg College 20, Hampden-Sydney College 20, Susquehanna 20, Texas at Dallas 20, Cornell College 17, Bridgewater College 16, California Lutheran 16, Centre College 15, Texas Lutheran 15, Gettysburg College 11, Lewis & Clark College 11, Linfield College 10, Nazareth College 10, Luther College 9, Rhodes College 9, Rochester 9, Wooster 9, Muhlenberg College 8, North Carolina Wesleyan 7, Fontebonne 6, York 6, Anderson College 4, St. Lawrence 4, Millikin 3, Swarthmore College 3, Virginia Wesleyan 3, Babson College 2, MIT 2, New York 2, Pomona-Pitzer 2, Washington & Jefferson College 2, Middlebury College 1, Webster 1

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Precept Coaches Poll :: March 12

Clemson Edges ASU to Remain No. 1 in Precept Coaches Poll
Pfeiffer moves into top spot in Division II

 

 

NORMAN, Okla. ? For the third-consecutive ranking, the Clemson Tigers have claimed the top spot in the Precept Division I Coaches Poll, edging No. 2 Augusta State for the third time this spring. Clemson (990 points) earned 19 of 42 first-place votes while Jaguars of Augusta State (946 points) received 18. Pfeiffer, ranked third previously, received 13 of 24 first-place votes to move to No. 1 in the Precept Division II Coaches Poll.

 

There was no movement in the top four of the Division I poll with TCU, who earned one first-place vote, and Florida following Clemson and Augusta State. Wake Forest received their first No. 1 vote of the spring to vault two places to fifth. Arizona and UNLV, who also received a first-place vote, each dropped a spot to sixth and seventh, respectively. Texas comes in at No. 8 and is followed by UCLA and Oklahoma State. The Cowboys, winners of two straight, earned the remaining first-place vote.

 

 

Minnesota drops a spot to No. 11 and is followed by Georgia. Georgia Tech and North Carolina tied at No. 13. Duke, New Mexico, NC State, Oklahoma, Northwestern and Illinois round out the top 20. Auburn reentered the poll at No. 23 and is joined by Washington (No. 21), Pepperdine (22), College of Charleston (24) and Southern California in the top 25.

 

Michigan State dropped out of the rankings.

 

In Division II, West Florida followed Pfeiffer to earn the No. 2 ranking. UC-Davis and South Carolina-Aiken tied for third with previous No. 1 Cal State-Stanislaus dropping to fifth. Cal-State Bakersfield, Rollins College, Colorado-Colorado Springs, Florida Southern and North Alabama round out the top 10. Rollins College made the biggest move in the poll climbing 15 spots to seventh.

 

 

Francis Marion remains at No. 11 and is joined by Chico State, Grand Canyon, Kennesaw State, and Central Oklahoma in the top 15. Delta State drops a spot to No. 16 and is followed by Cal-State San Bernardino, Abilene Christian and Cameron. Newcomers Georgia State College & State University and Armstrong Atlantic debut at Nos. 20 and 21, respectively. Central Arkansas, Drury, Western Washington and Grand Valley State comprise the rest of the top 25.

 

UC-San Diego and Ferris State fell from the Division II rankings.

 

To vote in the Precept Coaches poll, a coach must be a member of the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The next Precept Coaches poll will be released March 26 and will contain rankings for from all three NCAA divisions.

Complete Rankings Follow

Precept Coaches Poll Division I Top 25  
Precept Coaches Poll - Division I
March 12, 2003
Rank School (First Place) Points
1 Clemson (19) 990
2 Augusta State (18) 946
3 TCU (1) 853
4 Florida 777
5 Wake Forest (1) 774
6 Arizona 751
7 Nevada-Las Vegas 722
8 Texas 718
9 UCLA 697
10 Oklahoma State (1) 627
11 Minnesota 598
12 Georgia 467
T13 Georgia Tech 448
T13 North Carolina 448
15 Duke 395
16 New Mexico 366
17 NC State 325
18 Oklahoma 272
19 Northwestern 257
20 Illinois 238
21 Washington 203
22 Pepperdine 177
23 Auburn 125
24 College of Charleston 121
25 Southern California 102

Others receiving votes: Arizona State 90, Vanderbilt 87, Tennessee 68, Michigan State 60, Fresno State 49, San Diego State 47, Arkansas 42, Alabama 35, California 33, Colorado State 31, East Tennessee State 29, UNC-Wilmington 27, UC-Irvine 23, SMU 21, Toledo 21, Houston 20, UTEP 19, Kansas 18, Louisiana State 18, Arkansas-Little Rock 16, Virginia Tech 16, Baylor 15, Purdue 15, Kansas State 14, Lamar 13, Mississippi 12, Texas Tech 11, Ohio State 10, South Carolina 10, Colorado 8, Southeastern Louisiana 8, Campbell 5, Iowa State 5, UAB 4, New Mexico State 4, Southern Mississippi 4, Coastal Carolina 3, McNeese State 3, Penn State 3, Charleston Southern 2, Denver 2, Miami 2, Wichita State 2, UC-Riverside 1, Jacksonville State 1, North Texas 1, Rhode Island 1
Dropped from Rankings: Michigan State

 

 

 


 

 

 

Precept Coaches Poll Division II Top 25  
Precept Coaches Poll - Division II
March 12, 2003
Rank School (First Place) Points
1 Pfeiffer (13) 519
2 West Florida (5) 474
T3 UC-Davis 459
T3 South Carolina-Aiken (1) 459
5 Cal State-Stanislaus (2) 452
6 Cal State-Bakersfield 422
7 Rollins College (1) 415
8 Colorado-Colorado Springs (4) 410
9 Florida Southern College (1) 403
10 North Alabama 400
11 Francis Marion 347
12 Chico State (1) 333
13 Grand Canyon 241
14 Kennesaw State 238
15 Central Oklahoma 209
16 Delta State 195
17 Cal State-San Bernardino 192
18 Abilene Christian 159
19 Cameron 139
20 Georgia College & State University 136
21 Armstrong Atlantic 134
22 Central Arkansas 129
23 Drury 126
24 Western Washington 110
25 Grand Valley State 107

Others receiving votes: Ferris State 82, UC-San Diego 48, Columbus State 47, St. Mary's 46, Barton College 42, Valdosta State 42, South Dakota State 40, Arkansas Tech 37, Presbyterian College 37, Northeastern State 36, Coker College 33, Nebraska-Kearney 32, Barry 31, Andeson College 25, Central Missouri State 24, Incarnate Word 24, Lynn 24, Cal State-Dominguez Hills 22, Minnesota State-Mankato 21, North Dakota State 21, Colorado Christian 20, Colorado School of Mines 17, Catawba College 16, Southern Colorado 15, St. Cloud State 13, Ohio Valley College 13, Saint Martin's College 13, Northern Colorado 12, Lenoir-Rhyne College 9, Longwood College 9, East Central 7, Kentucky State 6, Minnesota-Crookston 6, Northwood 6, Bellarmine College 5, Northern Kentucky 5, Truman State 4, Wayne State 2, Charleston 1, Clayton College & State University 1, Concord College 1, Indianapolis 1, Southwestern Oklahoma State 1, West Texas A&M 1, Western New Mexico 1, Winono State 1
Dropped from Rankings: UC-San Diego, Ferris State

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