The Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) announced the results of the most recent WGCA Coaching Survey. This is the second survey of the fall 2021 season.
In Division III, Carnegie Mellon claims the top spot with four first-place votes, while the Methodists follow closely after also receiving four first-place votes. George Fox received a first-place vote to stay at No.3, while Emory jumped three spots to No.4 with two first-place votes. Williams College remains at No.5 after receiving a first place vote.
|Rank||University (first place votes)||Points|
|1||Carnegie Mellon (4)||337|
|3||George Fox (1)||314|
|5||Williams College (1)||266|
|6||University of Redlands||264|
|7||College of the Center||235|
|9||Washington and Lee||185|
|ten||New York University (2)||183|
|24||Washington University at St. Louis||65|
|25||Texas to Dallas||61|
|Others who received votes: York College of Pennsylvania (52); Gustave Adolphe College (44); Grinnell College (40); Trinity (33); Hamilton College (31); Denison (27); Middlebury College (27); Rose Hulman Institute of Technology (21); South-West (19); Wisconsin-Whitewater (15); Sewanee: The University of the South (13); DePauw (11); Californian Lutheran (10); Sainte-Marie College (10); Oglethorpe (6); College of Hope (5); Central college (3); Wisconsin-Stout (2); Whitman College (2); Wittenberg (1)|
About the Women’s Golf Coaches Association
The Women’s Golf Coaches Association, founded in 1983, is a non-profit organization representing college female golf coaches. The WGCA was formed to encourage the practice of college golf for women in correlation with an overall educational goal and in accordance with the highest tradition of intercollegiate competition. Today, the WGCA represents more than 650 coaches across the United States and is dedicated to the education, promotion and recognition of both its members and the student-athletes they represent.