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LSU Women’s Golf Team Ranked 8 In Opening Coaches’ Poll – LSU

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Baton Rouge – The defending Southeastern Conference champions and two-time NCAA Championship entrant, the LSU Women’s Golf Team opened the 2022-23 College Season ranked 8th in Division I of the Mizuno WGCA Coaches Poll. increase.

The poll is compiled by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association.

The Tigers are gearing up for the season opener in New Orleans on September 12-13. The Green Wave Classic takes place on the South Course of City Park’s Bayou Oaks.

LSU won three times as a team last year, including the Jackson T. Stephens Cup and the Clemson Invitational. The Tigers will attempt to defend his title in 2022-23. LSU won three in match play in Birmingham, beating Vanderbilt, Alabama and Florida to win his first SEC title for the school in 30 years.

Stanford is the #1 ranked team in the coaches’ polls, receiving #1 votes of all 22 votes. His one other his SEC team surpassed fourth-ranked South Carolina State LSU.

Another SEC team in the top 25 is Texas A&M 11. Florida 14; Alabama 17; Georgia 19; Arkansas 22;

Division I Mizuno WGCA Coach Vote
Ranked Universities (1st Place Vote) Points
1 Stanford University (22) 550
2 Wake Forest University 487
3 University of Oregon 477
4 University of South Carolina 456
5 UCLA 421
6 Florida State University 377
7 Arizona State University 366
8 LSU 358
9 San Jose State University 349
10 University of Virginia 336
11 Texas A&M University 334
12 Southern California 314
13 Auburn University 272
14 University of Florida 261
15 Oklahoma State University 256
16 University of Texas 247
17 University of Alabama 225
18 Baylor University 182
19 University of Georgia 150
T20 Duke University 145
T20 University of Michigan 145
22 University of Arkansas 140
23 University of Arizona 83
24 Texas Tech University 55
25 University of Kentucky 47
Other voters: Vanderbilt University (36); Texas Christian University (18); Ohio State University (14); University of Central Florida (13); University of Mississippi (13); Virginia Tech (4); Michigan State University (2); University of Illinois (2); University of Miami (2); Purdue University (1)

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