Dalton State Remains #3 In Golfweek NAIA Coaches Poll

Friday, April 20, 2018

Oklahoma City earned 10 first-place votes and retained the top ranking in the Bushnell Golfweek NAIA Coaches Poll. The Stars have been ranked No. 1 in four polls this season. 
 
The top four spots remained unchanged, with Texas Wesleyan, Dalton State, and Coastal Georgia holding Nos. 2-4. Dalton State also tallied the remaining first-place vote. Johnson & Wales (FL) moved up a spot to No. 5 and was followed by Wayland Baptist, Keiser, British Columbia, Victoria, and Taylor.


 
Lindsey Wilson (#15), Reinhardt (#21), SCAD Savannah (#23), and University of the Cumberlands (#24) entered the ranking. Bellevue, Faulkner, and William Carey fell from the top 25.
 
The final regular season Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll will be released May 4
 
Bushnell Golfweek NAIA Coaches Poll - April 20

Rank

University (First Place Votes)

Points

Previous

1

Oklahoma City (10)

274

1

2

Texas Wesleyan

262

2

3

Dalton State (1)

256

3

4

Coastal Georgia

236

4

5

Johnson & Wales (FL)

223

T6

6

Wayland Baptist

210

T6

7

Keiser

204

5

8

British Columbia

200

8

9

Victoria

177

9

10

Taylor

174

10

11

Point

157

13

12

Rocky Mountain

154

11

13

William Woods

148

12

14

Our Lady of the Lake

125

14

15

Lindsey Wilson

103

NR

16

Cardinal Stritch

100

16

17

Lewis-Clark State

96

17

18

Morningside

72

21

19

William Penn

60

19

20

The Master's University

57

20

21

Reinhardt

42

NR

22

Corban

38

22

23

SCAD Savannah

37

NR

24

University of the Cumberlands

36

NR

25

Lawrence Tech

30

15

 
Dropped From Ranking: Bellevue (#25), Faulkner (#23), William Carey (#24)
 
Others Receiving Votes: Bellevue, 25; Columbia College, 24; Webber International, 15; Faulkner, 11; Embry-Riddle (AZ), 10; Grand View, 10; William Carey, 4; Indiana Wesleyan, 2; Mount Mercy, 2; St. Ambrose, 1



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