Men's Golf Moves Up To Fourth In GCAA/Precept Coaches Poll

April 22, 2004

The Arizona State men's golf team has moved up to fourth in this week's Golf Coaches Association of America poll. ASU, ranked fifth a week ago, jumped ahead of SEC champion Georgia. The Sun Devils travel to Tucson for the Pac-10 Championships held April 26-28. ASU has won four tournaments on the year, tied for second in the nation with Minnesota. Florida has won six tournaments on the year.

UCLA is ranked third, while No. 8 Arizona, No. 15 USC, No. 16 California and No. 23 Washington also are Pac-10 teams ranked by the GCAA.

Arizona State is fifth in this week's Golfweek poll, while Chez Reavie is 14th and Alejandro Canizares is 18th. Golfstat has the Sun Devils sixth, with Reavie 16th and Canizares 22nd.

The GCAA/Precept Coaches Poll is voted on by a panel of head coaches at Division I institutions. All are members of the Golf Coaches Association of America. The final regular season Division I GCAA/Precept Coaches Poll will be released May 6.

GCAA/Precept Division I Coaches Poll (April 22)1 Florida2 Clemson3 UCLA4 Arizona State5 Georgia6 Georgia Tech7 Oklahoma State8 Arizona9 Texas10 Minnesota11 TCU12 South Carolina13 UNLV14 Brigham Young15 Southern California16 California17 Augusta State18 New Mexico19 Duke20 Oklahoma21 Wake Forest22 Arkansas23 Washington24 Kansas25 Kentucky
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