Dallas Baptist maintains its No. 1 spot in 2022-2023 Mizuno WGCA Div. II coaches poll

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The Women’s Golf Coaches Association has released its final Mizuno WGCA Coaches Poll, the second poll of the 2022-23 season.

In Div. II, Dallas Baptist gathered eight votes for first place and remained in first place.

Lynn collected three votes for first place and moved two places to number two.

Henderson State, meanwhile, jumped 10 places to take the number 3 position. The Reddies received five votes for first place.

Findlay moved back two places to number 4, while Indianapolis has moved up six places to number 5.

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Rank

University (votes first)

Points

1

Dallas Baptist (8)

389

2

Lynn (3)

379

3

Henderson State (5)

366

4

Findlay

318

5

Indianapolis

308

6

Anderson

307

7

Saint Leo

281

8

Nova Southeast

238

9

Lee

233

10

West Texas A&M

229

11

Limestone

227

12

Tampa

203

13

Rollins College

195

14

San Marcos, California State

150

15

State of Grand Valley

144

16

Barry

132

17

Columbus state

127

18

Missouri-St. Louis

116

19

St Mary’s (Texas)

114

20

Lander

109

21

Central Missouri

89

22

Florida Southern College

81

23

Rogers State

68

24

Carson-Newman

50

25

Oklahoma Christian

43

Others who receive votes: Wingate (40); Lenoir Rhyne (33); Arkansas Fort Smith (31); Tiffin (26); Midwestern (22); Texas Tyler (22); Arkansas Tech (19); Nebraska Kearney (19); Northeastern State (16); Colorado Christian (14); Texas A&M International (11); Holy Names (9); North Georgia (8); Central Oklahoma (7); western Georgia (7); Flagler College (6); Illinois Springfield (4); California State of East Bay (3); Lincoln Memorial (3); Sonoma Condition (2); Biola (1); hardening (1)

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About the Women’s Golf Coaches Association

Founded in 1983, the Women’s Golf Coaches Association is a non-profit organization that represents women’s collegiate golf coaches. The WGCA was established to encourage women’s college golf play in conjunction with an overall objective of education and in keeping with the highest tradition of peer competition. Today, the WGCA represents more than 650 coaches in the US and is committed to educating, promoting, and recognizing both its members and the student-athletes they represent.

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Story originally appeared on GolfWeek

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