Dalton State Ranked 7th In First Bushnell Golfweek NAIA Coaches Poll Of 2020

Friday, February 14, 2020 - by Erik Simpson

NORMAN, Okla. — After receiving 10 first-place votes Coastal Georgia remained the No. 1 team in country in the Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll to open 2020.
 
Second ranked Keiser received one first-place vote, followed by third ranked Point, Ottawa (AZ) who also received one first-place vote, and Victoria to earn a spot in the top five.
 
Oklahoma City, Dalton State, Texas Wesleyan, Wayland Baptist, and South Carolina Beaufort round out the top 10.

 

Rank

University (First Place Votes)

Points

Previous Ranking

1

College of Coastal Georgia (10)

298

1

2

Keiser (1)

286

2

3

Point

267

3

4

Ottawa (AZ) (1)

265

4

5

Victoria

242

5

6

Oklahoma City

241

7

7

Dalton State

235

6

8

Texas Wesleyan

227

8

9

Wayland Baptist

201

9

10

South Carolina Beaufort

188

10

11

Southeastern (FL)

186

11

12

Thomas

166

12

13

Bellevue

158

13

14

Truett-McConnell

146

14

15

Morningside

130

15

16

Cumberland

114

T-16

17

Reinhardt

103

T-16

18

SCAD Savannah

88

18

19

British Columbia

68

19

T-20

Central Baptist

63

23

T-20

Grand View

63

21

22

Missouri Valley

61

20

23

Johnson & Wales University (FL)

48

22

24

Tennessee Wesleyan

26

24

25

Lindsey Wilson College

16

25

Dropped From Ranking:

Others Receiving Votes: Menlo, 6; Arizona Christian, 4; Webber International, 3; Midland Univ., 1.



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