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Sport Spring-only rankings for 2021 in men's college golf

03:30  05 may  2021
03:30  05 may  2021 Source:   msn.com

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College golf is a split-season, fall-and-spring sport. Still, teams can look drastically different when the calendar turns in the middle of the season – and that’s in a normal year.

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The COVID-19 pandemic certainly complicated college golf this year. Fewer than 60 teams –with whole conferences, like the ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12 missing – competed in the fall season before nearly every team was back to competition in the spring. That means some teams already had a ranking, but against only a small number of teams, and some teams didn’t by the time the spring season started.

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Using the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings, the chart below shows each team’s performance only in the spring season.

Spring-only rankings

Rank Team Rating Tournaments SOS Won Lost Tie
1 Oklahoma 68.70 7 16 83 5 2
2 Oklahoma State 69.02 8 15 91 14 1
3 Florida State 69.05 8 3 75 13 1
4 Clemson 69.15 7 27 73 9 0
5 North Carolina 69.27 7 30 81 13 2
6 Texas 69.29 7 24 77 16 1
7 Wake Forest 69.32 8 12 70 18 2
8 Arizona State 69.43 9 29 114 18 1
9 Pepperdine 69.45 7 40 90 15 0
10 NC State 69.51 8 43 85 12 0
11 Illinois 69.57 8 67 105 8 1
12 Georgia 69.71 5 9 58 15 1
13 Texas A&M 69.76 6 25 66 20 2
14 Florida 69.78 5 1 47 15 3
15 Arizona 69.83 7 23 85 25 2
16 Texas Tech 69.87 7 18 73 30 1
17 Auburn 69.90 6 11 66 20 3
18 Liberty 69.93 7 39 72 14 4
19 Vanderbilt 69.98 6 8 65 20 2
20 SMU 70.04 6 45 71 20 0
21 North Florida 70.18 8 31 74 27 1
22 Tennessee 70.19 6 7 57 26 4
23 LSU 70.26 6 6 54 29 4
24 Arkansas 70.33 6 5 48 39 1
25 San Francisco 70.35 7 106 80 7 0
26 San Diego State 70.39 7 57 87 26 1
27 Georgia Tech 70.42 8 36 76 28 2
28 New Mexico 70.63 7 48 77 29 2
29 Notre Dame 70.71 6 21 43 26 1
30 TCU 70.73 7 41 83 38 1
31 Louisville 70.74 8 35 60 39 1
32 Stanford 70.75 7 51 90 31 2
33 South Florida 70.76 8 17 54 48 1
34 Iowa 70.76 6 59 58 14 3
35 Alabama 70.80 6 4 43 42 2
36 Baylor 70.91 7 37 44 44 2
37 South Carolina 70.91 6 14 44 44 2
38 Mississippi 70.93 5 10 28 38 1
39 East Tennessee State 70.95 7 49 50 30 1
40 Duke 70.95 8 20 47 42 1
41 Virginia 70.99 6 13 37 31 0
42 Georgia Southern 71.02 7 53 63 32 2
43 Mississippi State 71.05 6 2 31 55 1
44 UNCW 71.08 5 122 48 11 2
45 Charlotte 71.10 6 71 53 28 2
46 Oregon State 71.13 8 56 64 43 4
47 UAB 71.14 5 38 32 32 1
48 Kent State 71.16 8 101 84 21 4
49 Washington 71.18 9 61 91 45 1
50 Indiana 71.22 7 77 61 31 1
51 Ohio State 71.24 7 42 55 40 2
52 Boise State 71.27 7 129 76 18 1
53 Houston 71.28 7 50 51 43 2
54 Oregon 71.32 9 80 101 53 3
55 Florida Gulf Coast 71.33 8 113 65 28 0
56 Southern California 71.33 8 44 63 60 3
57 UTSA 71.34 6 81 58 31 0
58 Little Rock 71.35 4 46 28 20 1
59 BYU 71.36 7 73 65 43 0
60 Utah 71.36 8 76 68 43 3
61 Arkansas State 71.43 5 58 43 25 0
62 Northwestern 71.45 6 55 60 43 5
63 Missouri 71.46 6 33 32 56 1
64 Kentucky 71.46 6 19 29 51 0
65 Saint Mary’s-CA 71.47 8 78 76 40 1
66 Kansas 71.48 5 68 38 32 0
67 Kansas State 71.49 7 60 43 37 3
68 Sam Houston State 71.49 7 143 74 13 0
69 Nevada 71.54 7 64 75 51 2
70 Purdue 71.56 7 32 37 50 2
71 Coastal Carolina 71.58 7 82 46 42 1
72 San Diego 71.60 8 74 90 55 1
73 UNLV 71.63 8 92 64 57 1
74 West Virginia 71.65 6 34 30 48 3
75 Michigan State 71.66 8 85 61 36 3
76 Jacksonville 71.71 8 52 41 54 3
77 Colorado 71.71 7 66 68 67 3
78 UCF 71.73 6 26 25 48 5
79 Charleston 71.75 8 95 44 51 1
80 Loyola Marymount 71.76 8 116 69 42 1
81 UC Davis 71.93 6 103 58 52 3
82 Furman 71.96 7 125 60 24 0
83 Long Beach State 71.97 8 102 62 58 2
84 Iowa State 71.98 7 22 38 73 0
85 Middle Tennessee State 72.00 6 137 49 20 2
86 California 72.00 6 28 30 69 0
87 Florida Atlantic 72.01 6 93 54 43 2
88 Penn State 72.03 5 65 32 43 0
89 North Texas 72.04 5 107 44 25 1
90 Campbell 72.10 7 132 50 22 2
91 Colorado State 72.11 7 69 53 57 1
92 Rutgers 72.15 7 89 46 46 2
93 Virginia Tech 72.19 8 47 28 59 1
94 Fresno State 72.25 6 109 37 36 3
95 Denver 72.26 7 94 50 68 4
96 Cincinnati 72.30 7 112 37 38 0
97 Santa Clara 72.32 7 105 53 52 2
98 Louisiana-Lafayette 72.34 6 136 54 27 1
99 ULM 72.34 6 100 46 30 3
100 Minnesota 72.38 6 86 31 53 2
101 Appalachian State 72.44 6 165 51 21 0
102 Maryland 72.59 6 104 33 44 1
103 Augusta University 72.60 6 54 25 52 0
104 Wisconsin 72.61 5 75 31 36 0
105 UCLA 72.62 8 70 55 95 1
106 Marquette 72.70 6 62 25 50 0
107 VCU 72.78 8 182 69 22 2
108 San Jose State 72.81 7 63 29 70 0
109 Boston College 72.82 5 154 28 24 1
110 Memphis 72.87 5 87 18 35 4
111 Jacksonville State 72.87 7 203 60 17 0
112 Louisiana Tech 72.88 6 118 37 44 0
113 Nebraska 72.90 5 88 24 40 0
114 Loyola-Maryland 72.90 6 192 51 16 1
115 Washington State 72.90 6 79 37 55 2
116 Wichita State 72.93 6 153 53 25 1
117 Illinois State 72.97 7 140 49 41 1
118 Wyoming 72.99 8 84 40 94 2
119 James Madison 73.00 6 135 37 31 0
120 Kennesaw State 73.01 8 144 45 48 2
121 Chattanooga 73.05 6 148 49 27 2
122 Davidson 73.06 6 108 29 38 2
123 South Alabama 73.08 5 97 23 43 0
124 Wright State 73.11 7 222 61 13 2
125 Texas-Arlington 73.12 5 96 22 39 0
126 Georgia State 73.12 7 131 36 51 3
127 Southern Mississippi 73.14 6 121 38 39 1
128 Abilene Christian 73.17 8 147 55 48 1
129 UNCG 73.17 6 130 33 40 0
130 Western Carolina 73.24 6 171 44 25 4
131 Connecticut 73.25 7 200 59 25 0
132 North Alabama 73.25 6 160 41 27 1
133 Texas State 73.25 5 139 31 31 3
134 ECU 73.27 7 72 19 56 4
135 Mercer 73.27 6 161 37 30 3
136 Cal State Fullerton 73.32 7 157 44 46 1
137 Charleston Southern 73.34 7 174 56 25 0
138 Cal Poly 73.35 8 111 35 96 2
139 UMKC 73.36 5 145 27 25 3
140 Pacific 73.36 7 124 43 54 1
141 Wofford 73.42 7 169 53 28 1
142 Old Dominion 73.46 6 180 39 24 2
143 Southern Utah 73.47 7 187 39 39 1
144 Eastern Michigan 73.52 8 123 37 59 1
145 Lamar 73.55 7 120 26 62 1
146 Tennessee-Martin 73.57 7 239 64 11 2
147 UTEP 73.62 5 115 20 51 1
148 Sacramento State 73.64 7 163 37 45 2
149 Southern Illinois 73.66 5 190 28 28 3
150 Toledo 73.66 8 110 35 65 2
151 Dayton 73.66 6 178 42 30 1
152 Belmont 73.67 6 225 52 13 1
153 Utah State 73.72 6 175 35 26 3
154 Francis Marion 73.74 6 172 37 36 0
155 Rice 73.74 8 83 27 76 4
156 New Mexico State 73.74 8 119 29 79 1
157 Michigan 73.76 6 90 14 65 0
158 High Point 73.78 9 164 50 44 0
159 Richmond 73.79 4 193 26 20 1
160 Lipscomb 73.79 7 126 30 41 1
161 Ball State 73.82 5 117 12 42 1
162 Oakland University 73.86 4 199 25 21 0
163 Grand Canyon 73.87 7 156 44 41 0
164 Idaho 73.88 7 134 33 53 3
165 Utah Valley 73.88 7 142 36 58 0
166 Drexel 73.88 6 232 44 25 0
167 Miami-Ohio 73.91 6 91 13 66 0
168 Northern Illinois 73.91 7 141 22 63 0
169 Elon 74.03 5 151 22 32 0
170 Troy 74.05 6 99 15 57 0
171 Western Kentucky 74.13 5 138 20 44 0
172 Radford 74.23 6 185 31 31 4
173 UC Irvine 74.28 7 150 27 50 2
174 Florida A&M 74.30 6 247 32 19 0
175 Seattle Univ. 74.33 6 128 18 52 1
176 Weber State 74.35 6 201 31 42 0
177 North Dakota State 74.37 5 213 29 22 2
178 Dixie State 74.39 6 162 25 53 2
179 Oral Roberts 74.43 6 188 26 35 2
180 Gonzaga 74.46 7 127 16 74 1
181 William & Mary 74.47 5 212 28 23 0
182 UC Santa Barbara 74.50 6 173 19 48 3
183 Valparaiso 74.53 6 227 49 20 1
184 Temple 74.55 7 204 39 36 0
185 Butler 74.56 5 235 33 15 2
186 St. John’s 74.61 8 270 42 24 0
187 Stetson 74.61 6 158 21 38 1
188 Marshall 74.64 7 166 24 68 2
189 Cal State Northridge 74.66 7 202 29 40 2
190 Longwood 74.74 6 189 27 44 3
191 Tennessee Tech 74.79 6 214 29 33 0
192 Bowling Green 74.80 6 146 18 55 3
193 UTRGV 74.81 6 211 34 32 1
194 Morehead State 74.84 10 208 51 58 2
195 South Dakota State 74.84 7 191 28 51 1
196 Loyola Chicago 74.89 5 234 32 24 0
197 Ohio 74.91 6 194 29 42 2
198 SE Louisiana 74.94 5 220 33 24 1
199 McNeese State 74.95 4 155 14 38 0
200 George Mason 74.96 7 176 24 55 2
201 Gardner-Webb 74.96 8 159 16 60 2
202 SIU Edwardsville 74.99 8 233 38 29 0
203 Seton Hall 74.99 6 195 21 46 1
204 Rhode Island 74.99 4 261 23 5 0
205 Winthrop 75.05 7 167 17 56 4
206 Hartford 75.12 8 267 46 20 1
207 Creighton 75.17 6 207 28 39 1
208 Samford 75.21 6 181 28 43 0
209 California Baptist 75.21 6 152 17 65 1
210 Missouri State 75.30 7 217 34 37 0
211 Central Arkansas 75.33 4 218 22 25 2
212 George Washington 75.33 7 184 28 46 3
213 Northern Colorado 75.40 6 149 14 67 3
214 Delaware 75.42 6 205 20 40 3
215 Presbyterian College 75.44 6 168 12 60 0
216 Xavier 75.47 4 179 8 38 0
217 Houston Baptist 75.52 7 183 30 50 1
218 Stephen F. Austin 75.52 6 216 28 39 0
219 USC Upstate 75.58 7 133 10 60 2
220 Bucknell 75.71 7 257 44 19 0
221 Villanova 75.72 8 240 35 38 2
222 Eastern Kentucky 75.73 7 197 20 62 2
223 South Dakota 75.75 6 209 16 51 3
224 Austin Peay 75.75 7 221 25 48 1
225 DePaul 75.76 5 237 11 33 0
226 Bryant 75.78 5 287 30 8 1
227 St. Bonaventure 75.80 6 243 17 31 1
228 UC San Diego 75.81 5 196 5 29 1
229 New Orleans 75.85 6 223 23 43 1
230 Sacred Heart 75.87 7 282 38 18 1
231 Drake 75.94 6 186 16 56 1
232 Cleveland State 76.08 4 238 19 22 1
233 Lafayette 76.08 6 272 36 22 2
234 Siena 76.15 6 259 13 26 0
235 Rider 76.21 7 263 38 27 0
236 Fort Wayne 76.24 5 250 28 23 0
237 Murray State 76.26 7 266 32 31 1
238 Incarnate Word 76.28 5 219 17 39 0
239 Air Force 76.29 6 114 4 95 0
240 Youngstown State 76.29 6 249 33 27 1
241 Navy 76.30 3 278 16 11 0
242 Hawaii 76.39 4 98 1 39 0
243 Fairfield 76.40 9 265 40 23 2
244 Fairleigh Dickinson 76.41 6 280 34 20 2
245 Columbia 76.45 1 286 5 3 0
246 Long Island Univ. 76.54 6 281 30 26 1
247 Iona 76.60 11 268 49 33 2
248 Robert Morris 76.63 5 236 21 31 2
249 Omaha 76.66 6 241 13 46 2
250 Lehigh 76.68 5 264 23 21 0
251 Towson 76.73 6 230 18 42 0
252 Fordham 76.76 6 255 24 33 2
253 Evansville 76.77 5 254 20 26 0
254 Western Illinois 76.94 6 283 13 34 0
255 IUPUI 76.96 5 229 16 31 1
256 Binghamton 76.97 4 245 5 28 4
257 Monmouth 77.09 6 273 25 28 3
258 Niagara 77.13 5 289 9 10 0
259 Northern Iowa 77.13 4 228 7 33 1
260 Nicholls 77.15 6 206 6 68 0
261 Georgetown 77.16 4 215 7 38 0
262 Green Bay 77.20 4 244 13 24 2
263 Northern Kentucky 77.23 5 231 13 33 1
264 Detroit 77.25 5 248 12 39 1
265 Bradley 77.27 6 226 7 41 0
266 Canisius 77.32 5 258 4 29 2
267 North Carolina A&T 77.42 3 271 4 10 1
268 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 77.83 5 290 11 19 1
269 Mount St. Mary’s 77.84 6 277 16 40 2
270 Prairie View A&M 77.86 6 260 13 42 1
271 Alabama State 78.02 4 291 9 11 1
272 Bellarmine 78.20 5 177 5 49 1
273 Eastern Illinois 78.40 4 253 11 35 0
274 St. Francis-PA 78.48 5 246 8 45 1
275 Army West Point 78.51 4 198 3 39 0
276 La Salle 78.55 6 252 13 47 2
277 Colgate 78.69 6 279 8 38 0
278 Saint Joseph’s 78.70 5 251 7 43 2
279 UC Riverside 79.05 5 170 0 51 0
280 Tennessee State 79.21 3 242 1 29 0
281 Chicago State 79.25 7 269 4 37 0
282 Savannah State 79.36 3 288 5 11 1
283 Saint Peter’s 80.27 3 262 1 29 0
284 Holy Cross 80.53 6 276 4 39 0
285 Texas Southern 80.63 4 285 4 25 0
286 Wagner 80.64 4 275 3 35 0
287 N. Carolina Central 80.65 5 210 0 34 1
288 North Dakota 81.06 6 224 0 49 0
289 Manhattan 81.09 6 274 3 41 0
290 Hofstra 81.10 7 256 4 46 0
291 Alabama A&M 87.95 4 284 0 23 0
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