Oklahoma remains No. 1 team in Division I Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll

Julie Williams
·2 min read

A new Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll has been released, but at the top, things don’t look much different than they did last time. There was no movement among the top five teams in the previous rankings – those remain in the same spots, with Oklahoma leading the way after receiving 19 first-place votes.

In fact, the biggest mover was North Carolina, which climbed all the way from No. 15 in the previous poll into a tie for sixth with Pepperdine.

In the last poll before the NCAA postseason gets underway, Oklahoma State and Clemson, winners of the Big 12 and SEC conference titles, respectively, were the only two teams other than Oklahoma to score first-place votes.

NCAA host Arizona State landed in ninth, one spot up from the last poll.

The complete poll is here:

Division I

Rank

University (First Place Votes)

Points

Previous Rank

1

Oklahoma (19)

570

1

2

Florida State

525

2

3

Oklahoma State (1)

524

3

4

Clemson (3)

519

4

5

Texas

449

5

T-6

North Carolina

421

15

T-6

Pepperdine

421

8

8

Wake Forest

414

6

9

Arizona State

391

10

10

NC State

352

9

11

Illinois

347

7

12

Georgia

337

11

13

Vanderbilt

303

13

T-14

Auburn

257

14

T-14

Texas A&M

257

12

16

Arizona

207

17

17

Tennessee

191

19

18

Liberty

178

16

19

Texas Tech

143

23

20

Florida

138

18

21

SMU

127

20

22

North Florida

115

21

23

Arkansas

107

22

24

LSU

60

NR

25

San Diego State

45

24

Dropped From Ranking: Notre Dame (No. 25).

Others Receiving Votes: Georgia Tech, 29; Alabama, 16; Notre Dame, 9; Stanford, 7; Louisville, 6; New Mexico, 6; South Florida, 2; Duke, 1; UAB, 1.

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