Clemson #2 in Final Regular Season Golf Poll


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NORMAN, Okla. --
Clemson is ranked second in the nation in the final GCAA
Precept regular season college golf poll. Bids for the NCAA regional
tournaments will be extended on Monday.


The Florida Gators earned 29 first-place votes to stay the
nation's top-ranked men's program in the GCAA/Precept Coaches final
regular season poll. Florida has spent the entire regular season in
the top sport after debuting in a tie for second in the preseason
poll.



Clemson - ACC winner and defending national champion -
received the only remaining first place vote to stay in second. It
marked the sixth straight poll that Clemson has been ranked second.


UCLA remained in third and is followed by SEC champ Georgia,
Arizona State and Pac-10 winner Arizona. Georgia Tech slipped on spot
to seventh while Big 12 titleholder Texas moved up to eighth.
Oklahoma State dropped two places to ninth and Conference USA champ
TCU moved back inside the top 10.


Minnesota fell one spot to No.11. South Carolina, UNLV and
Brigham Young stood pat at Nos. 12-14. California climbed a notch to
No. 15 after spending five straight polls at No. 16. Southern
California dropped to No. 16 and is followed by New Mexico, Augusta
State, Oklahoma and Duke.


Wake Forest stayed at No. 21 while Washington and Arkansas
switched spots 22 and 23, respectively. Kansas and Kentucky remained
ranked at 24th and 25th.


No teams were dropped from the previous rankings.


The GCAA/Precept Coaches Poll is voted on by a panel of head
coaches at Division I institutions. All are members of the Golf
Coaches Association of America. The GCAA/Precept Coaches poll will
reflect NCAA Championships final team results.


GCAA/Precept Division I Coaches Poll

Rank (First-Place Votes) Pts Prev.
1 Florida (29) 		746 1
2 Clemson (1) 		697 2
3 UCLA 			653 3
4 Georgia 		632 5
5 Arizona State 	615 4
6 Arizona 		574 8
7 Georgia Tech 		565 6
8 Texas 		520 9
9 Oklahoma State 	517 7
10 TCU 			442 11
11 Minnesota 		406 10
12 South Carolina 	392 12
13 UNLV 		352 13
14 Brigham Young 	308 14
15 California 		293 16
16 Southern California 	277 15
17 New Mexico 		254 18
18 Augusta State 	250 17
19 Oklahoma 		213 20
20 Duke 		203 19
21 Wake Forest 		202 21
22 Washington 		109 23
23 Arkansas 		88 22
24 Kansas 		76 24
25 Kentucky 		74 25

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