After a huge surge to No. 1, Texas A&M isn’t budging in the Bushnell/Golfweek D-I Coaches Poll.
The second regular season poll (and third overall) is out, and the Aggies remain on top. Despite playing without Cameron Champ, a senior who made a name for himself at the U.S. Open and was on the U.S. Walker Cup squad, Texas A&M has won its first three events of the season.
Alabama rises to No. 2 after a recent win. Preseason No. 1 Oklahoma State drops once again, moving down to No. 3.
The next Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Polls will be released Nov. 17. Here’s a full look at the Oct. 20 regular season rankings:
|Rank||School (First-place votes)||Points||Prev|
|1||Texas A&M (18)||570||1|
|3||Oklahoma State (1)||537||2|
Dropped From Ranking: BYU (No. 21), Duke (No. 17), Florida State (No. 24), Illinois (No. 14), USC (No. 23), St. Mary’s (Calif.) (No. 25), Texas (No. 20)
Others Receiving Votes: Florida State, 47; Tennessee, 43; Texas, 39; Illinois, 30; Duke, 26; USC, 16; North Florida, 15; Penn State, 15; BYU, 13; Kansas, 10; Wyoming, 3; Colorado, 2; St. Mary’s (Calif.), 2; Georgia Southern, 1; South Carolina, 1