The Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) has announced the results of the most recent Mizuno WGCA Coaches Poll. This is the third poll of the 2021 fall season.
In Division I, Stanford University received 17 first-place votes to jump four spots to No. 1, while Oklahoma State University tallied four first-place votes to move up to No. 2. University of Arkansas received one first-place vote to move up three spots to No. 3, while University of Virginia and University of Oregon each leap 17 spots to round out the top-five.
Lynn University jumps to the top spot in Division II after receiving 12 first-place votes, while Limestone University received one first-place vote to move up four spots to No. 2. Dallas Baptist University comes in at No. 3 with two first-place votes, followed by Barry University and University of Findlay at No. 4 and No. 5, respectively.
In Division III, Carnegie Mellon University remains No. 1 with eight first-place votes, while Methodist University holds steady at No. 2 with one first-place vote. George Fox University received two first-place votes to remain at No. 3, while Centre College jumped three spots to No. 4 with one first-place vote. Williams College remains at No. 5 after receiving two first-place votes.
In NAIA, Oklahoma City University moves up two spots to No. 1 after receiving all but one first-place vote. Keiser University drops one spot to No. 2, while Dalton State College received one first-place vote to come in at No. 3.
The next Mizuno WGCA Coaches Poll will be released on Friday, November 19.