Barry No. 1-Ranked Men's Golf Team in Nation

Barry men's golf claimed the No. 1 ranking in the country for the second time this season. Photo by Joel Auerbach

NEW YORK -- Barry University men's golf team is ranked No. 1 in the nation.

The Buccaneers received six of the 17 first place votes in the Golf World/Nike Division II College Coaches' poll to take over the top spot. Nova Southeastern, who previously owned the No. 1 ranking, received nine first place votes, but fell two points shy of Barry's 398.

South Carolina-Aiken is third, Florida Southern fourth and Abilene Christian fifth.

This marks the second time in the 2012-13 season the Bucs earned the No. 1 ranking. Barry won its first tournament of the season at the Matlock Classic in Lakeland Feb. 11-12.

Monday and Tuesday the Buccaneers will compete in the St. Edward's Invitational at Grey Rock Golf Club in Austin, Texas. Last year, the Bucs finished second out of 17 teams in the Texas event field as departed senior Daniel Stapff, who's now playing professionally on the Latin America PGA Tour, won the individual title.

 

RankUniversity (First Place Votes)PointsPrevious Rank
1Barry (6)3982
2Nova Southeastern (9)3961
3South Carolina-Aiken3623
4Florida Southern3517
5Abilene Christian3495
6North Alabama (1)3314
7Lynn (1)29910
8Western Washington2916
9CSU-Monterey Bay2808
10Columbus State2419
11Georgia College20111
12Central Oklahoma17315
13Hawaii-Hilo17212
14Belmont Abbey15419
15West Florida12624
16CSU-Stanislaus12117
17Colorado School of Mines12122
18Rollins12013
19Armstrong Atlantic State9516
20Chico State8918
21Coker8814
22Grand Canyon7020
23Florida Institute of Technology68NR
24Georgia Southwestern State51NR
25Newman49NR
    
Dropped From Ranking:Barton (#25), Newberry (#21), Oklahoma Christian (#23)  
    
Others Receiving Votes: Barton, 46; Newberry, 45; Clayton State, 39; Oklahoma Christian 34; Indianapolis, 31; Central Missouri, 30; Valdosta State, 29; St. Edward's, 28; Grand Valley State, 20; Sonoma State, 19; Tiffin, 18; Wayne State (MI), 17; Kings College, 16; Saginaw Valley State, 16; Colorado State-Pueblo, 15; Mount Olive, 15; Union University, 14; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 13; Ferris State, 10; Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 10; Arkansas Tech, 9; Washburn, 9; CU-Colorado Springs, 8; Queens University of Charlotte, 6; Carson-Newman, 5; UC-San Diego, 5; St. Thomas Aquinas, 5; Missouri-St. Louis, 4; St. Mary's (TX), 4; Erskine, 2; Flagler, 2; Adelphi, 1; Cameron, 1; Dixie State, 1; Lincoln Memorial, 1; North Carolina-Pembroke, 1.


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