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    Seven SEC Teams In Golf World Women's Poll

    NEW YORK, NY (December 4, 2013)—The final Golf World/WGCA Division I College Women’s Coaches’ Poll of the 2013 Fall Season has been released, combining the resources of Golf World magazine and the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA). The complete results, including results from Divisions II and III, will appear in the December 9 issue of Golf World and are live now: http://golfdig.st/PoXKuQ 
     
    With victories in all four of their starts in the first half of the 2013-14 college campaign, USC held strong to the top spot in the final Golf World/WGCA women's Division I coaches' poll. The Trojans earned 19 of the available 21 first-place votes as the team extending its winning streak to seven events dating back to last spring, including the 2013 NCAA Championship. Four USC players—Karen Chung, Sophia Popov, Annie Park and Kyung Kim—rank among the top six individually in scoring average.
     
    Crosstown rival UCLA remained No. 2 in the poll, earning the two remaining first-place votes. The Bruins, led by freshman Alison Lee, Golf World's top female player of the fall, won twice in the fall and finished second to USC in its other two starts.
     
    Duke, Alabama and Washington round out the top five of the latest ranking. Washington jumped from No. 11, the only new program to move into the top 10.
     
    New to the top 25 were: No. 17 Oregon, No. 21 Northwestern, No. 23 LSU and No. 25 Wake Forest.
     
    Visit Golf World Senior Writer Ryan Herrington’s “Campus Insider” blog to find out the latest on collegiate golf: http://www.golfdigest.com/magazine/blogs/campusinsider.
         
    1.      USC (19)           
    2.      UCLA (2)            
    3.      Duke        
    4.      Alabama      
    5.      Washington          
    6.      Oklahoma             
    7.      Oklahoma State         
    8.      Arizona State         
    9.      Arkansas           
    10.     Stanford              
    11.     Clemson      
    12.     Arizona       
    13.     Pepperdine            
    14.     South Carolina         
    15.     Vanderbilt            
    16.     Florida     
    17.     Oregon      
    18.     N.C. State           
    19.     Michigan State       
    20.     Kentucky              
    21.     Northwestern         
    22.     Iowa State            
    23.     LSU            
    24.     North Carolina         
    25.     Wake Forest