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@RazorbackWGolf Moves To No. 4 In Coaches Poll

05/07/2014
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NEW YORK (MAY 7, 2014) — The latest Golf World/WGCA Division I College Coaches’ Poll of the Spring 2014 season has been released, combining the resources of Golf World magazine and the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA). The complete results, including results from Divisions II and III will appear in the May 12, 2014 issue of Golf World and are live online now: http://golfdig.st/QFPPAP 

USC enters the 2014 NCAA postseason as the top-ranked squad in latest Golf World/WGCA women’s Division I coaches’ poll. The Trojans retained the No. 1 spot by claiming 16 of the available 20 first-place votes as they look to defending their national championship from 2013 and claim their fourth in school history. USC is the top seed at the NCAA West Regional, which begins Thursday.

UCLA and Duke held firm to the No. 2 and No. 3 spots in the latest poll. The Bruins claimed one first-place vote while the Blue Devils, recent winners of the ACC Championship, garnered two votes. The two schools are the top seeds in the NCAA Central and East Regionals, respectively.

Arkansas and South Carolina round out the top five, each making school history by achieving their highest ever ranking in the poll.

Stanford, settling at No. 6, was the one other school to receive a first-place vote after its upset victory over USC at the Pac-12 Championship last month.

Two new programs moved into the top 10: Big 12 winner Oklahoma (No. 8) and SEC champion Vanderbilt (No. 10). Two schools also jumped into the top 25: No. 19 Virginia and No. 23 Ohio State.



Golf World/WGCA Golf Coaches’ Poll
May 12, 2014 Issue
Division I

Rank Team Points Last
1. USC (16) 495 1
2. UCLA (1) 472 2
3. Duke (2) 467 3
4. ARKANSAS 408 5
5. South Carolina 403 6
6. Stanford (1) 397 7
7. Arizona State 361 4
8. Oklahoma 352 11
9. Arizona 341 9
10. Vanderbilt 316 13
11. Washington 313 10  
12. Alabama 302 8
13. Pepperdine 246 12
14. LSU 194 17
15. Clemson 193 14
16. UCF 186 18
17. Northwestern 164 15
18. Oklahoma State 134 16
19. Virginia 125 NR
20. Michigan State 105 22
21. Wake Forest 93 19
22. North Carolina 83 21
23. Ohio State 71 NR
24. Florida 69 20
25. Auburn 66 24


Also receiving votes: N.C. State, 30; Florida State, 28; Kentucky, 19; Campbell, 14; Kent State, 9; Miami (Fla.), 9; Texas, 8; Iowa State, 7; Oregon, 7; Mississippi State, 5; Harvard, 4; Louisville, 4; Tulane, 2.
First-place votes in parenthesis.

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