Clemson Ranked Number-one in Both Golf Polls


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Clemson, SC-Larry Penley's Clemson golf team remains number-one in
the nation in both college polls this week. The Tigers are
number-one in the Precept Coach's poll for the third straight
ranking. The Tigers are number-one for the sixth straight week this
spring according to the Golfweek/Sagarin computer ranking.

Individually, Clemson has three of the top 16 players in the
nation according to the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Senior D.J.
Trahan is ranked first among Tigers and second in the nation with
68.78 rating points. Brandt Snedeker of Vanderbilt is first.

Clemson junior Matt Hendrix is 12th in the ranking with a
69.63 figure, while sophomore Jack Ferguson is 16th at 69.82. Gregg
Jones is a fourth Tiger in the top 40 in the nation. The junior who
was a second-team All-American last year, is 39th at 70.82.

Trahan is also ranked first in the Golfweek/Titleist men's
amateur rankings this week with 260 points. Hunter Mahan of
Oklahoma State and Ricky Barnes of Arizona are second and third,
respectively. Former Clemson All-American Dillard Pruitt is ranked
15th in the latest amateur rankings.

Precept Coaches Men's College Poll
Rk	School (First votes)	Pts
1.	Clemson (19)		990
2.	Augusta State (18)	946
3.	TCU (1)			853
4.	Florida 		777
5.	Wake Forest (1)		774
6.	Arizona			751
7.	UNLV (1)		722
8.	Texas			718
9.	UCLA			697
10.	Oklahoma State (1)	627
11.	Minnesota		598
12.	Georgia			467
13.	Georgia Tech		448
14.	North Carolina		448
15.	Duke			395
16.	New Mexico		366
17.	NC State		325
18.	Oklahoma		272
19.	Northwestern		257
20.	Illinois		238
21.	Washington		203
22.	Pepperdine		177
23.	Auburn			125
24.	College of Charleston	121
25.	Southern Cal		102

GolfweekSagarin Rankings
Rk	School		 	Rating
1.	Clemson		 	69.65
2.	UNLV			70.62
3.	TCU			70.73
4.	Augusta State		70.76
5.	Texas			70.77
6.	Wake Forest		70.83
7.	Arizona			70.88
8.	North Carolina		70.89
9.	Florida			70.93
10.	UCLA			70.94
11.	Oklahoma State		71.14
12.	Minnesota		71.31
13.	Georgia Tech		71.45
14.	Auburn			71.48
15.	New Mexico		71.50
16.	Duke			71.54
17.	Northwestern		71.56
18.	Georgia			71.58
19.	NC State		71.61
20.	Charleston		71.61
21.	Pepperdine		71.66
22.	Alabama			71.67
23.	Vanderbilt		71.67
24.	Arkansas		71.68
25.	Tennessee		71.81

Golfweek/Sagarin Individual Rankings
1.	Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt	68.38
2.	D.J. Trahan, Clemson 		68.78
3.	Dustin Bray, UNC		68.82
4.	Oliver Wilson, Augusta St	68.93
5.	Bill Haas, Wake Forest		69.09
6.	Hunter Mahan, Oklahoma St.	69.13
7.	Nick Watney, Fresno St.		69.13
8.	Justin Walters, NC State	69.13
9.	Ryan Moore, UNLV		69.46
10.	Jay Mundy, Auburn		69.53
11.	Adam Rubinson, TCU		69.60
12.	Matt Hendrix, Clemson 		69.63
13.	Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech	69.64
14.	Jason Hartwick, Texas		69.71
15.	Chris Nallen, Arizona		69.75
16.	Jack Ferguson, Clemson	 	69.82
17.	Jim Seki, Stanford		69.86
18.	James Lepp, Illinois		69.90
19.	James Vargas, Florida		69.98
20.	Emmett Turner, Augusta St.	70.05

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