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Stanford is unanimous No. 1

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The Women’s Golf Coaches Association has announced the results of the Mizuno WGCA Coaches Poll for the 2022-23 Preseason.

Picking up where it left off, the defending champion of the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship, Stanford Cardinal, was unanimously voted top of the poll. Stanford won her first place vote of all 22 of her votes.

Wake Forest starts the season in second place. Last year’s NCAA runner-up Oregon is his third. South Carolina is his 4th, UCLA is 5th, and the Pac-12 will start the season with 3 of the top 5 teams.

With No. 7 Arizona State, No. 12 USC, and No. 23 Arizona, there are a total of six ranked teams in Pac-12.

Meanwhile, the SEC had nine ranked teams in the preseason poll, highlighted by the Gamecocks in fourth place.

rank University (1st vote) point
1 Stamford (22) 550
2 wake forest 487
3 Oregon 477
Four south carolina 456
Five UCLA 421
6 Florida 377
7 Arizona 366
8 LSUs 358
9 San Jose 349
Ten Virginia 336
11 Texas A&M 334
12 USC 314
13 auburn 272
14 florida 261
15 Oklahoma 256
16 texas 247
17 Alabama 225
18 Baylor 182
19 Georgia 150
T20 duke 145
T20 Michigan 145
twenty two Arkansas 140
twenty three Arizona 83
twenty four texas tech 55
twenty five kentucky 47
Other voters: Vanderbilt (36); Texas Christian (18); Ohio (14); Central Florida (13); Mississippi (13); State (2); Illinois (2); Miami (2); Purdue (1)

About the Women’s Golf Coaches Association

Founded in 1983, the Women’s Golf Coaches Association is a non-profit organization representing women’s college golf coaches. Correlated with the general purpose of education, the WGCA was established to encourage women to play college golf in accordance with the highest traditions of intercollegiate competition. Today, WGCA represents more than 650 of her coaches across the United States and is dedicated to educating, promoting and rewarding both its members and the student-athletes they represent.

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