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Carnegie Mellon in familiar spot atop WGCA Division III coaches poll


The Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) has released its first spring coaches poll. For Carnegie Mellon, not much has changed.

Carnegie Mellon University received seven first-place votes to begin the spring at No. 1, while Methodist University sits at No. 2.

The Tartans of Carnegie Mellon also began the 2020 spring season seated atop the first WGCA Coaches Poll. It’s just that the season ended abruptly shortly after that because of COVID.

Washington University in St. Louis comes in at No. 3 with two first-place votes, followed by George Fox University at No. 4, while Williams College received one first-place vote to rank No. 5.

Check out the full rankings below.

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Division III Coaches Poll

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points
1 Carnegie Mellon University (7) 282
2 Methodist University 265
3 Washington University in St. Louis (2) 258
4 George Fox University 247
5 Williams College (1) 243
6 University of Redlands 236
7 New York University (1) 220
8 Rhodes College 213
9 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 161
10 Washington and Lee University 145
11 Carleton College 143
12 Illinois Wesleyan University 134
13 DePauw University 110
14 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (2) 105
15 Pomona-Pitzer 97
T16 Bethel University 95
T16 University of Wisconsin, Whitewater 95
T18 Centre College 91
T18 Oglethorpe University 91
20 Amherst College 90
21 St. Catherine University 80
22 University of Texas at Dallas 75
23 Berry College 68
24 Grinnell College 58
T25 Denison University 54
T25 Trinity University (Texas) 54

Others Receiving Votes: Gustavus Adolphus College (35); Middlebury College (32); Saint Mary’s College (IN) (30); University of St. Thomas; (30); University of California, Santa Cruz (28); Wartburg College (26); East Texas Baptist University (24); Emory University (23); Transylvania University (23); Hardin-Simmons University (21); Luther College (19); Trine University (18); Central College (17); Southwestern University (17); Sewanee: The University of the South (16); Olivet College (15); Calvin University (14); Adrian College (12); University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh (12); Piedmont College (11); Bluffton University (10); Huntingdon College (10); Schreiner University (9); Coe College (8); University of Wisconsin-Stout (8); Whitman College (8); York College of Pennsylvania (8); Carthage College (7); Simpson College (7); Lakeland University (6); California Lutheran University (5); Ithaca College (4); Allegheny College (1); Stevenson University (1)



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