Anderson finishes fall 2022 as No. 1 team in Bushnell/Golfweek Div. II Coaches Poll

Anderson (South Carolina) is No. 1 for the second consecutive Bushnell/Golfweek Division II Coaches Poll.

The Trojans received 13 of a possible 18 first-place votes and 444 points in the process. They were followed in the top five by Barry (five first-place votes), West Florida, Lee and Grand Valley State. Oklahoma Christian, North Georgia, Henderson State, Nova Southeastern, who jumped from No. 13 to No. 9, and Sonoma State round out the top 10.

Clayton State rose six spots from No. 18 in the October 28 poll to No. 12, and Tampa to No. 13 from No. 17. Saint Leo (No. 17), Carson-Newman (No. 20), Northeastern State (No. 23) and Stanislaus State (T-24) each entered after receiving votes on October 28.

There were 25 others received votes.

Rank

Team (first-place votes)

Points

Previous

1

Anderson (SC) (13)

444

1

2

Barry (5)

431

3

3

West Florida

404

2

4

Lee

373

6

5

Grand Valley State

367

4

6

Oklahoma Christian

345

5

7

North Georgia

329

10

8

Henderson State

320

8

9

Nova Southeastern

279

13

10

Sonoma State

278

9

11

Georgia Southwestern State

269

11

12

Clayton State

228

18

13

Tampa

197

17

14

Missouri – St. Louis

188

14

15

Colorado State Pueblo

162

15

16

Western New Mexico

159

16

17

Saint Leo

131

RV

18

Cal State-Monterey Bay

122

12

19

Limestone

111

25

20

Carson-Newman

87

RV

21

Simon Fraser

86

23

22

Lincoln Memorial

57

20

23

Northeastern State

56

RV

T-24

Findlay

52

24

T-24

Stanislaus State

52

RV

Others receiving votes: Lander (45); Chico State (40); Western Washington (38); Harding (34); Washburn (33); Midwestern State (26); Cameron (17); Wayne State (MI) (14); McKendree (13); Columbus State (11); Cal State-East Bay (9); Florida Southern (7); Flagler (5); Coker (4); Erskine (4); Holy Names (4); Union (TN) (4); Barton (3); Cal State-San Marcos (2); Lincoln (MO) (2); Lynn (2); Missouri S&T (2); Winona State (2); Colorado Mines (1); South Carolina Aiken (1).

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