Vanderbilt stays No. 1, Florida up to No. 2 in Bushnell/Golfweek D-I Coaches Poll

2016 - Vanderbilt head coach Scott Limbaugh, left, talks with Patrick Martin at No. 9 during the Suntrust Gator Invitational at Mark Bostick Golf Course in Gainesville, Fla. Tracy Wilcox/Golfweek

Vanderbilt stays No. 1, Florida up to No. 2 in Bushnell/Golfweek D-I Coaches Poll

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Vanderbilt stays No. 1, Florida up to No. 2 in Bushnell/Golfweek D-I Coaches Poll

Vanderbilt stayed No. 1 in the first spring Bushnell/Golfweek Division I Coaches Poll. The Commodores received 13 first-place votes.

Florida, which won the Sea Best Invitational to open the spring, tallied six first-place ballots to move up a spot to second while Illinois, which had three first-place votes, dropped a rung to third. USC and Virginia earned a first-place nod each and ranked fourth and fifth, respectively. Oklahoma State was sixth. Texas Tech jumped 10 places to No. 7 and is followed by Stanford, LSU and Georgia.

Colorado made its season debut in the rankings at No 24. Florida State fell from the top 25.

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Prev
1 Vanderbilt (13) 583 1
2 Florida (6) 569 3
3 Illinois (3) 567 2
4 USC (1) 481 7
5 Virginia (1) 470 5
6 Oklahoma State 452 4
7 Texas Tech 450 17
8 Stanford 426 6
9 LSU 371 10
10 Georgia 350 13
11 Oklahoma 344 9
11 Wake Forest 343 12
12 Oregon 338 22
14 Baylor 332 14
15 San Diego State 246 18
16 Texas 245 11
17 Auburn 216 8
18 Mississippi 203 19
T19 Duke 135 21
T19 North Carolina 135 16
21 Clemson 129 20
22 Texas A&M 126 15
23 UNLV 90 23
24 Colorado 52 NR
25 Kennesaw State 37 24

Dropped From Ranking: Florida State (No. 25)

Others Receiving Votes: Arizona State, 23; South Carolina, 19; Florida State, 18; Eastern Kentucky, 16; Georgia Tech, 13; Kent State, 10; Arkansas, 8; Missouri, 2; Kansas, 1

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