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Gamecocks ranked No. 22 in Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll
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Gamecocks ranked No. 22 in Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll

Carolina one of nine SEC teams ranked in the top-25

NORMAN, Okla. — South Carolina returned to the Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll this week, checking in at No. 22. The Gamecocks have competed twice this fall, finishing T-4th at the Carpet Capital Collegiate (Sept. 7-9) and ninth at the OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational (Sept. 14-16).
 
Oklahoma State, the reigning NCAA Champions, remain No. 1 receiving 15 of the 22 first-place votes. Carolina is one of nine teams from the Southeastern Conference ranked in the top-25.
 
The Gamecocks competed against seven teams ranked in the top-15 at The Farm and 10 teams ranked in the top-25 at Olympia Fields.
 
Carolina is headed north next week to take part in the Jack Nicklaus Invitational (Oct. 8-9) at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. It’s a new event in college golf that will feature both stroke play and match play.
 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Oklahoma State (15) 540 1
2 Oklahoma (4) 509 3
3 Alabama 439 2
4 Georgia Tech 435 7
5 Tennessee (3) 402 NR
6 Texas A&M 393 4
7 Southern California 351 20
8 Texas 336 10
9 Duke 333 18
10 Georgia 302 NR
11 Arizona State 283 19
12 LSU 236 9
13 Clemson 229 13
14 Auburn 223 6
15 California 210 T11
16 Vanderbilt 209 5
17 Illinois 167 16
18 UNLV 166 23
19 Arkansas 162 17
20 Stanford 145 T11
21 SMU 122 NR
22 South Carolina 114 NR
23 Louisville 108 NR
24 Baylor 99 14
25 Texas Tech 83 15
       
Dropped From Ranking: Florida (#8), Florida State (#25), North Carolina (#22), UCLA (#21), Wake Forest (#24)
       
Others Receiving Votes: Florida, 79; Wake Forest, 65; Penn State, 49; Central Florida, 35; Arkansas State, 33; Ole Miss, 33; College of Charleston, 31; North Florida, 29; UCLA, 28; Marquette, 27; North Carolina, 24; Iowa, 21; Florida State, 15; Washington, 15; Virginia, 14; NC State, 13; Maryland, 7; Michigan State, 7; Oregon, 7; Colorado, 6; USF, 5; Colorado State, 4; Kent State, 3; Pepperdine, 2; Illinois State, 1; Kentucky, 1.

 
 
 

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