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Oklahoma State new No. 1 in Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll
17 Nov 2017
by Golf Coaches Association of America

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Oklahoma State finished the fall with a win at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate <br>(Oklahoma State Athletics Photo)
Oklahoma State finished the fall with a win at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate
(Oklahoma State Athletics Photo)
NORMAN, OK (November 17, 2017) - Oklahoma State earned 14 first-place votes to take over the top spot in the Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll. The Cowboys won their last start at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate.

Alabama stayed at No. 2 and picked up seven first-place votes. Former No. 1 Texas A&M dropped to third and received the remaining first-place vote. Georgia Tech remained at No. 4. Vanderbilt climbed six spots to fifth and was followed by Baylor, Florida, Oklahoma, Auburn and LSU.

Illinois (#15), Texas (#16), Southern California (#18) and Duke (#25) reentered the top 25. Arizona State, Kent State, Marquette and Santa Clara fell from the ranking.


Bushnell Golfweek Division I Coaches Poll - Final Fall

Rank University (1st place votes)
Points
Previous Rank
1
Oklahoma State (14)
542
3
2
Alabama (7)
526
2
3
Texas A&M (1)
495
1
4
Georgia Tech
478
4
5
Vanderbilt
460
11
6
Baylor
440
8
7
Florida
415
10
8
Oklahoma
382
5
9
Auburn
370
7
10
LSU
349
12
11
Stanford
329
14
12
Wake Forest
306
9
13
Texas Tech
259
13
14
California
253
18
15
Illinois
248
NR
16
Texas
214
NR
17
Clemson
199
16
18
USC
178
NR
19
Kentucky
159
6
20
UCLA
121
T22
21
Arkansas
94
17
22
Colorado State
83
19
23
Missouri
66
24
24
North Carolina
60
21
25
Duke
41
NR

Others Receiving Votes: Santa Clara, 19; Tennessee, 14; North Florida, 13; BYU, 9; Louisville, 6; Arizona State, 4; Florida State, 4; Kent State, 4; Ole Miss, 4; San Diego State, 3; Penn State, 2; NC State, 1

Dropped From Rankings: Arizona State (#25), Kent State (#15), Marquette (#T22), Santa Clara (#20)
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