Redlands remains in the top spot in new WGCA Division III Coaches Poll

Julie Williams
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The Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) has released its third spring coaches poll and in Division III, the top team remained at the top.

University of Redlands holds steady in the top spot after receiving nine first-place votes. The Bulldogs have won all three of their spring starts. In the poll, Redlands is followed closely by Methodist University with three first-place votes.

Centre College, recent winner of the Golfweek Division III Spring Invite, jumps 23 places to No. 3 with one first-place vote, while Carnegie Mellon University and George Fox University remain in the top five at No. 4 and No. 5, respectively.

Check out the full rankings below.

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Division III Coaches Poll

Rank

University (First Place Votes)

Points

1

University of Redlands (9)

334

2

Methodist University (3)

326

3

Centre College (1)

312

4

Carnegie Mellon University (1)

304

5

George Fox University

295

6

Bethel University

238

7

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

214

8

University of Texas at Dallas

213

9

University of California, Santa Cruz

209

10

Emory University

175

11

York College of Pennsylvania

166

12

Washington and Lee University

156

13

St. Catherine University

145

14

Rhodes College

142

15

California Lutheran University

135

16

Illinois Wesleyan University

127

17

Berry College

122

18

Chapman University

118

19

Trinity University (Texas)

109

20

Williams College

103

21

Washington University in St. Louis

89

22

Southwestern University

53

23

New York University

49

24

Claremont-Mudd-Scripps

41

25

Saint Mary’s College (IN)

39

Others Receiving Votes: Hope College (37); Oglethorpe University (35); Carleton College (31); Huntingdon College (31); Denison University (27); Pomona-Pitzer (27); East Texas Baptist University (26); Amherst College (25); DePauw University (20); Middlebury College (19); Gustavus Adolphus College (18); University of Wisconsin, Whitewater (14); Carthage College (9); Sewanee: The University of the South (9); Birmingham Southern College (4); Rose Hulman Institute of Technology (2); University of St. Thomas (2)