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Oklahoma State Maintains Lead in NCAA D-I Men's Poll


Oklahoma State, with a victory at the Big 12 Championship, remains the No. 1 team in the NCAA D-I Men's Poll. The Cowboys claimed eight of the 22 first-place votes available and are expected to be the top seed when the NCAA regional fields are selected May 10.

Oregon, fresh off wins at the U.S. Intercollegiate and the Western Intercollegiate, moved to the No. 2 spot, grabbing three first-place votes. It's the highest the Ducks have been ranked in 2009-10.

Washington (No. 3), Texas A&M (No. 4) and Stanford (No. 5) round out the top-five. The Aggies received seven first-place votes while the Cardinal got three.

USC (No. 9) and Georgia (No. 10) moved into the top-10, after being ranked Nos. 12 and 21, respectively, in the previous coaches' poll.

Three schools moved into the top-25: Duke (No. 21), Oregon State (T-24), San Diego State (T-24).

Golf World/Nike Golf Coaches' Poll

Rank Team Points Last

1. Oklahoma State (8) 516 1
2. Oregon (3) 487 5
3. Washington 480 3
4. Texas A&M (7) 470 4
5. Stanford (3) 459 2
6. Augusta State (1) 444 T-7
7. UCLA 411 T-7
8. Texas 358 6
9. USC 318 12
10. Georgia 304 21
11. Florida 290 13
12. Florida State 286 14
13. Arizona State 270 9
14. Illinois 251 10
15. UNLV 239 11
16. Georgia Tech 177 16
17.
Texas Tech 166 22
19. Clemson 148 19
20. North Florida 122 25
21. Duke 121 NR
22. TCU 95 20
23. Virginia 81 18
24. Oregon State 68 NR
San Diego State 68 NR

Also receiving votes: Arkansas, 47; Arizona, 46; Alabama, 44; San Diego, 38; LSU, 34; Tennessee, 29; Auburn, 22; New Mexico, 19; East Tennessee State, 18; Mississippi, 13; California, 11; N.C. State, 11; Chattanooga, 5; Pepperdine, 4; Furman, 2; Northwestern, 2; Florida Atlantic, 1; South Florida, 1; Wake Forest, 1.

First-place votes in parenthesis