Oklahoma State unanimous No. 1 in Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll

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Oklahoma State unanimous No. 1 in Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll

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Oklahoma State unanimous No. 1 in Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll

Oklahoma State earned 22 first-place votes to stay No. 1 in the Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll. The Cowboys have ranked first in three straight polls.

Texas A&M and Vanderbilt each moved up a spot to Nos. 2 and 3, respectively. Florida jumped three rungs to fourth. Alabama dropped three places to No. 5. Auburn came in at No. 6 and is followed by Oklahoma and Georgia Tech. California entered the top 10 by moving up from No. 15 to ninth. Baylor fell four spots to No. 10.

The next Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll will be released March 30.

Here are the polls for Divisions I, II, and III, NAIA and NJCAA Divisions I and II:

Divison I

Rank University (First-Place Votes) Points Prev.
1 Oklahoma State (22) 550 1
2 Texas A&M 520 3
3 Vanderbilt 484 4
4 Florida 460 7
5 Alabama 444 2
6 Auburn 435 10
7 Oklahoma 433 8
8 Georgia Tech 376 5
9 California 375 15
10 Baylor 371 6
11 Texas Tech 355 11
12 LSU 306 9
13 Texas 278 17
14 Clemson 251 16
15 Illinois 224 18
16 Stanford 192 12
17 Southern California 183 14
18 UCLA 182 22
19 Arkansas 170 19
20 Florida State 121 NR
21 Arizona State 84 NR
22 Wake Forest 62 13
23 Pepperdine 60 NR
24 USF 60 NR
25 UNLV 40 NR

Dropped From Ranking: Colorado State (23), Kentucky (20), Missouri (21), North Carolina (24), Tennessee (25)

Others Receiving Votes: North Florida, 36; Oregon, 30; TCU, 17; South Carolina, 15; North Carolina, 11; Missouri, 9; Kent State, 6; Duke, 5; Colorado State, 3; Arizona, 1; Penn State, 1

Division II

Rank University (First-Place Votes) Points Prev.
1 West Florida (12) 418 1
2 Florida Southern (4) 411 2
3 Nova Southeastern 378 3
4 Barry (1) 346 6
5 Florida Tech 333 5
6 Lynn 314 4
7 Columbus State 283 11
8 Newberry 277 7
9 Limestone 276 10
10 Saint Leo 266 9
11 CSU Monterey Bay 232 8
12 Lee 225 T16
13 Rollins 197 13
14 USC Aiken 191 23
15 CU-Colorado Springs 176 15
16 Chico State 165 12
17 Lincoln Memorial 124 18
18 Texas A&M Commerce 115 14
19 Lander 106 21
20 Arkansas Tech 76 24
21 Carson-Newman 70 20
T22 Central Oklahoma 57 19
T22 Grand Valley State 57 NR
T22 Mount Olive 57 NR
25 CSU San Marcos 55 NR

Dropped From Ranking: Central Missouri (22), Coker (25), Simon Fraser (T16)

Others Receiving Votes: Central Missouri, 48; Simon Fraser, 45; Oklahoma Christian, 41; Coker, 34; Valdosta State, 29; California Baptist, 19; Young Harris, 16; Missouri-St. Louis, 13; Clayton State, 8; North Greenville, 8; St. Mary’s (Texas), 8; Sonoma State, 7; Belmont Abbey, 6; Barton, 5; Harding, 5; Flagler, 4; Georgia Southwestern State, 4; Henderson State, 4; Queens U. of Charlotte, 3; Catawba, 1; King, 1; North Alabama, 1; St. Edward’s, 1; Wayne State (Mich.), 1

Division III

 

Rank University (First-Place Votes) Points Prev.
1 UT Tyler (14) 442 1
2 Huntingdon (1) 424 2
3 Illinois Wesleyan 392 3
4 St. Thomas (MN) (2) 382 4
5 Methodist 371 6
6 Emory (1) 370 5
7 Concordia (Texas) 334 7
8 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 289 9
9 Oglethorpe 288 18
10 Washington & Lee 277 8
11 Sewanee 251 12
12 Saint John’s (Minn.) 246 10
13 Guilford 236 11
14 Hope 198 15
15 Greensboro 172 14
16 Rhodes 170 13
17 Carnegie Mellon 141 17
18 Redlands 124 22
19 Wittenberg 107 19
20 North Carolina Wesleyan 100 21
21 Southwestern (Texas) 75 23
22 Willamette 50 16
23 California Lutheran 48 NR
24 Pacific Lutheran 44 20
25 Calvin 43 T24

Dropped From Ranking: Rochester (T24)

Others Receiving Votes: Trinity (Conn.), 42; Rochester, 41; Williams, 25; Texas Lutheran, 20; LaGrange, 19; Trinity (Texas), 18; Gustavus Adolphus, 17; Kenyon, 12; Rhode Island College, 10; Berry, 9; RPI, 9; Webster, 9; Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 8; McDaniel, 6; NYU, 5; Ohio Wesleyan, 5; Husson, 4; La Verne, 4; Piedmont, 4; Nebraska Wesleyan, 3; Christopher Newport, 2; Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2; Augsburg, 1; Transylvania, 1

NAIA

 

Rank University (First-Place Votes) Points Prev.
1 Texas Wesleyan (5) 242 1
2 Oklahoma City (3) 238 3
3 Dalton State (2) 233 2
4 Coastal Georgia 208 6
5 Johnson & Wales (Fla.) 198 5
6 Keiser 193 8
7 Victoria 191 4
8 Rocky Mountain 182 7
9 British Columbia 178 11
10 Wayland Baptist 159 12
11 William Woods 143 13
12 Taylor 139 15
13 Corban 127 14
14 Cardinal Stritch 83 19
T15 Our Lady of the Lake 79 NR
T15 William Carey 79 23
T17 Columbia College 75 20
T17 Point 75 NR
19 Lawrence Tech 64 22
T20 The Master’s University 53 18
T20 William Penn 53 NR
22 Oregon Tech 44 NR
23 Morningside 37 25
24 SCAD Savannah 35 NR
25 Grand View 30 24

Dropped From Ranking: Arizona Christian (21), Lewis-Clark State (16), Northwestern Ohio (9), South Carolina-Beaufort (10), Southeastern (17)

Others Receiving Votes: Bellevue, 21; Embry-Riddle (Ariz.), 16; Faulkner, 14; Lindsey Wilson, 14; Webber International, 11; Indiana Wesleyan, 10; Madonna, 6; William Jessup, 6; Mount Mercy, 5; St. Ambrose, 4; University of the Cumbelands, 3; Loyola-New Orleans, 2

NJCAA D-I

 

Rank University (First-Place Votes) Points Prev.
1 Indian Hills (4) 57 2
2 McLennan (1) 54 1
3 Midland (1) 51 3
4 Eastern Florida State 40 5
5 Iowa Western 31 4
6 Western Texas 29 6
7 Central Alabama 17 NR
8 Hutchinson 12 NR
T9 New Mexico JC 8 T8
T9 Odessa 8 T8

Dropped From Ranking: Dodge City (10), Wallace State (7)

Others Receiving Votes: Dodge City, 6; Wallace State, 6; Eastern Arizona, 5

NJCAA D-II

 

Rank University (First-Place Votes) Points Prev.
1 Mississippi Gulf Coast (2) 63 2
2 South Mountain (4) 60 1
3 Murray State (Okla.) (1) 54 3
4 Tyler JC 54 4
5 Meridian 44 5
6 Kirkwood CC 30 T6
7 Mesa 29 T6
8 Parkland CC 20 8
9 Walters State JC 16 9
10 Abraham Baldwin 5 NR

Dropped From Ranking: East Central

Others Receiving Votes: Des Moines Area, 3; Copiah Lincoln, 2; Owens, 2; Rend Lake, 2; Seminole, 1

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