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2010-11 Men's Golf Polls

Golf World/Nike Golf Division II Coaches' Poll -  April 27


Division II - April 27, 2011

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Prev.
1 Central Oklahoma (8) 342 4
2 Lynn (1) 340 2
3 Chico State (2) 330 1
4 West Florida (1) 319 3
5 Abilene Christian (1) 297 7
6 Barry (1) 289 6
7 Georgia College 278 8
8 Western Washington 265 5
9 North Alabama 261 9
10 CSU-Monterey Bay (1) 254 12
11 Barton 207 11
12 Sonoma State 182 10
13 Columbus State 159 13
14 Nova Southeastern 156 14
15 Armstrong Atlantic 143 15
16 CSU-Stanislaus 118 16
17 Newberry 102 19
18 Central Missouri 95 20
19 Indianapolis 94 17
20 North Carolina-Pembroke 89 21
21 Flagler 84 NR
22 USC-Aiken 60 18
23 CU-Colorado Springs 58 23
24 Grand Canyon 48 24
25 Dixie State 38 25

 

Others Receiving Votes: Florida Southern, 36; Queens University of Charlotte, 32; Valdosta State, 24; Cameron, 19; Missouri-St. Louis, 17; Drury, 16; Wayne State (MI), 12; Northern Kentucky, 11; Ashland, 10; Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 9; Delta State, 8; St. Mary's (TX), 8; Bellarmine, 7; Georgia Southwestern State, 8; Ferris State, 6; Hawaii-Hilo, 6; Lewis, 6; Lander, 4; Northeastern State, 4; Rollins, 4; St. Edward's, 4; Concord, 3; Florida Institute of Technology, 3; Lincoln, 3; Midwestern State, 3; Washburn, 2; Wilmington, 2; Pfeiffer, 1.

Previous Polls

  • March 16, 2011 (Georgia College #8, CSU #12, USCA t#17, AASU #22)
  • Feb. 23, 2011 (Georgia College #9, CSU #13, USCA #25)
  • Nov. 17, 2010 (Columbus State t#7, GC #15, AASU #21, Lander #25)
  • Sept. 30, 2010 (GC #4, Lander #15, Columbus St. #16, AASU #22, Flagler t#24)
  • Sept 1, 2010 (GCSU #6, Lander #12, Columbus St. #16, USC Aiken #23)

Also receiving votes: Grand Canyon, 43; Rollins, 35; Lander, 22; Armstrong Atlantic, 20; Ferris State, 20; St. Edwards, 19; Flagler, 18; Missouri-St. Louis, 16; Bellarmine, 14; Hawaii-Hilo, 14; Washburn, 12; Wayne State (Mich.), 12; Indiana U. (Pa.), 11; Northern Kentucky, 11; Dallas Baptist, 10; Western New Mexico, 10; Midwestern State, 8; Northeastern State, 7; Cameron, 5; Concord, 2; Clayton State, 1; Florida Tech, 1; Wilmington, 1.