Women's Golf No. 2 in Poll Again

Barry University women's golf team is strolling in at No. 2 in the national poll again this month. Photo by Joel Auerbach

NEW YORK -- Barry University's women's golf team remained No. 2 in the Golf World/Women's Golf Coaches Association national poll behind Lynn.

The Buccaneers received 445 points, four more than Florida Tech and Tarleton State, both of which are tied for third in this month's rankings. Rollins is fifth with 420 points.

Lynn owns the top spot again, receiving a unanimous 20 first-place votes and 500 points. Seven Sunshine State Conference schools are ranked in the top 25.

The Buccaneers will host the Lady Bucs Invitational Monday and Tuesday at Don Shula's Resort in Miami Lakes. It is the first year Barry will host the tournament.


Golf World/WGCA Golf Coaches’ Poll
March 17, 2014 Issue
Division II

Rank Team Points Last
1. Lynn (20) 500 1
2. Barry 445 2
3. Florida Tech 441 4
Tarleton State 441 3
5. Rollins 420 6
6. St. Edward’s 377 5
7. Flagler 349 T-7
8. Central Oklahoma 331 T-7
9. California Baptist 313 9
10. West Florida 305 10
11. Nova Southeastern 254 14
12. Florida Southern 250 13
13. Indianapolis 238 12
14. Saint Leo 232 11
15. Armstrong Atlantic State 227 18
16. Dallas Baptist 191 15
17. Ferris State 150 17
18. Chico State 149 20
19. Arkansas Tech 130 16
20. Midwestern State 111 19
21. Hawaii-Hilo 90 NR
22. Northeastern State 78 23
23. Augustana College 76 21
24. Lander 73 24
25. UNC-Pembroke 53 22

Also receiving votes: Newman, 38; Grand Valley State, 31; Mount Olive, 24; Sonoma State, 21; Point Loma Nazarene, 20; West Georgia, 15; Ashland, 13; Findlay, 12; Northwest Missouri State, 10; North Georgia, 9; West Texas A&M, 9; Cameron, 8; The Incarnate Word, 8; CSU-Monterey Bay, 7; Drury, 7; McMurry, 7; Newberry, 7; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 6; Millersville, 5; Western Washington, 5; California U. (Pa.) 4; Minnesota State-Moorhead, 4; Limestone, 3; Nebraska-Kearney, 2; Lindenwood, 1.

First-place votes in parenthesis.
Polls conducted by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association.

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