Arkansas Tech # 1 in Bushnell / Golfweek Division II Coaching Survey

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Arkansas Tech, the reigning National Division II golf champion, took first place in the Bushnell / Golfweek Coaching Poll. The Wonder Boys received six first-place votes.

The former West Florida No.1 received more votes for first place with seven, but finished two points behind Arkansas Tech for second. Lynn climbed from one stop to the third. No.4 Barry counted the remaining vote for first place. Georgia Southwestern was fifth, followed by Lincoln Memorial, Lee, South Carolina Aiken and Central Missouri. Saint Leo gained a place to place in the top 10.

Erskine (17), West Georgia (T-22) and Grand Valley State (25) made their debuts in the standings. Clayton State, CSU Pueblo, Lander and Valdosta State were removed from the survey.

Rank University (first place votes) Points Previous
1 Arkansas Technology (6) 340 2
2 West Florida (7) 338 1
3 lynn 285 4
4 Barry (1) 275 6
5 Southwest Georgia 268 3
6 Lincoln Memorial 243 8
7 Lee 216 9
8 South Carolina Aiken 215 ten
9 Central Missouri 208 5
ten Saint Leon 202 11
11 Indianapolis 189 7
12 Columbus state 159 12
13 Henderson State 134 18
T-14 Oklahoma Christian 109 13
T-14 Texas A & M-Commerce 109 15
16 Georgia College 106 16
17 Erskine 100 NR
18 South Florida 95 14
19 Southeast Nova 93 17
20 Washburn 78 T-25
21 Young Harris 75 21
T-22 Limestone 71 20
T-22 Western georgia 71 NR
24 North georgia 68 19
25 State of the Great Valley 62 NR
Withdrawal from the standings: Clayton State (23); CSU Pueblo (22); Lander (T-25); State of Valdosta (24).
Others receiving votes: Findlay, 43; State of Valdosta, 41; Davis and Elkins, 31; Lander, 24; Tampa, 24; Carson-Newman, 22; Newberry, 22; Rogers State, 22; California State San Marcos, 19; CSU Pueblo, 19; Florida Tech, 18; Missouri-St. Louis, 17 years old; Christian from Colorado, 16; Clayton State, 15; King, 15 years old; Rollin, 11; Shorter, 10; Midwestern State, 9; Central Oklahoma, 8; Flagler, 7 years old; Sonoma State, 7; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 7; Barton College, 5; Harding, 5; Queens University of Charlotte, 4; southern New Hampshire, 4; Saint Thomas Aquinas, 3; Urban, 3; Wayne State (MI), 3; West Missouri State, 2; Tiffin, 2; Sainte-Marie (TX), 1; Virginia Union, 1; Western Washington, 1.


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