• Apr. 21 - Men's Golf @ Day 2 - Conference Championship Tournament hosted by SAC and RRAC at Twin Hills Golf & Country Club - 5th of 11
  • Apr. 20 - Men's Golf @ Day 1 - Conference Championship Tournament hosted by SAC and RRAC at Twin Hills Golf & Country Club - 7th of 11
  • Mar. 17 - Men's Golf @ Day 2 - St. Mary's University Invitational at Republic Golf Course - 6th of 13
  • Mar. 16 - Men's Golf @ Day 1 - St. Mary's University Invitational at Republic Golf Course - 9th of 13
  • Mar. 10 - Men's Golf @ Day 2 - Litz Memorial Tournament hosted by the University of the Incarnate Word at Republic Golf Course - 5th of 6
  • Mar. 9 - Men's Golf @ Day 1 - Litz Memorial Tournament hosted by the University of the Incarnate Word at Republic Golf Course - 3rd of 6
  • Mar. 3 - Men's Golf @ Day 2 - San Antonio Shootout hosted by Oklahoma City University at TPC San Antonio - 12th of 12
  • Mar. 2 - Men's Golf @ Day 1 - San Antonio Shootout hosted by Oklahoma City University at TPC San Antonio - 12th of 12
  • Feb. 16 - Men's Golf @ Day 2 - Claud Jacobs Invitational hosted by University of Houston-Victoria at Victoria Country Club - 8th of 13
  • Feb. 15 - Men's Golf @ Day 1 - Claud Jacobs Invitational hosted by University of Houston-Victoria at Victoria Country Club - 8th of 13
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Men's Golf - Wed, Oct. 3, 2012 - by Patricia Constantin

NEW YORK, N.Y. (Oct. 3, 2012) -- The latest Golf World/Nike Golf NAIA College Coaches' Poll has been released combining the resources of Golf World magazine, Nike Golf and the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). Our Lady of the Lake University jumped one spot to No. 4 after debuting at No. 5 in the preseason poll.

 

Oklahoma City retains the top spot in the poll. British Columbia retained its No. 2 ranking from the preseason while Texas Wesleyan jumped to No. 3. The University of the Cumberlands rounds out the top five.

Helping the Saints jump to No. 4 are a third-place finish in the Chaps Fall Invitational in Lubbock yesterday and a fourth-place finish in the U.C. Ferguson Classic in Oklahoma City in September.

No. 6 Johnson & Wales earned one first-place vote, while No. 17 Bellevue claimed the final two and moved into the top 25 after being unranked in the preseason.

Also joining the top 25 are three other schools: No. 21 Oklahoma Baptist, No. 23. Mount Mercy and No. 24 Indiana Wesleyan.

Visit Golf World Senior Writer Ryan Herrington's "Campus Insider" blog to find out the latest on collegiate golf: http://www.golfdigest.com/magazine/blogs/campusinsider.




RankUniversity (First Place Votes)PointsPrevious Rank
1Oklahoma City (7)2421
2British Columbia2322
3Texas Wesleyan2124
4Our Lady of the Lake1915
5University of the Cumberlands1829
6Johnson & Wales (1)1783
7South Carolina Beaufort16310
8Victoria1638
9William Woods1566
10Lee15411
11CSU-San Marcos14113
12Grand View1417
13Webber International10512
14Wayland Baptist10214
15Lubbock Christian9815
16Northwood (FL)9520
17Bellevue University (2)90NR
18The Master's College8817
19College of Coastal Georgia5619
20Lewis-Clark State4724
21Oklahoma Baptist39NR
22Holy Cross3516
23Mount Mercy34NR
24Indiana Wesleyan33NR
25Bethany College (KS)3223
    
Dropped From Ranking:Madonna (#22), SCAD Savannah (#18), St. Thomas (FL) (#25)  
    
Others Receiving Votes: Rogers State, 23; St. Thomas (FL), 20; Northwood (TX), 19; SCAD Atlanta, 19; Carroll College (MT), 18; Tennessee Wesleyan, 18; Houston-Voctoria, 16; St. Ambrose, 14; Cumberland University, 10; AIB College of Business, 9; Madonna, 9; Southeastern, 8; Reinhardt, 7; Embry-Riddle Aeronautical (FL), 6; Southwestern, 6; Marian University-Indianapolis, 5; Southern Wesleyan, 5; St. Francis (IL), 5; Lindsey Wilson, 4; Rocky Mountain, 4; Faulkner, 2; Mid-American Christian, 2; Union College, 2; Viterbo, 2; Westminster College (UT), 2; Concordia University (OR), 1, Mount Marty, 1.
 
 
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