Tech Golf Ranked Ninth Nationally
De Jonge ranked seventh individually
November 21, 2001

The Virginia Tech golf team is ranked ninth in the 2001-02 Golf World magazine poll. This is a final poll from the fall season.

Defending national champion Florida is the top ranked team in the poll, followed by Georgia Tech and Oklahoma State. The Hokies were tied with current #11 Arizona at 10th place entering the fall season. Tech finished the 2000-01 season with an eighth place finish at the NCAA Golf Championship in Durham, N.C.

In the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings of individual players, Virginia Tech junior Brendon de Jonge (Harare, Zimbabwe) is ranked seventh. He's joined in the top 100 by teammates senior Johnson Wagner (Garrison, N.Y.) in 56th place and sophomore Ryan Stinnett (Amherst, Va.) in 79th place. This is the first time that the Hokies have placed three individuals in the top 100.

Tech opens the spring season on Feb 18-19 at the Matlock Collegiate Classic at the Grasslands Golf Club in Lakeland, Fla.
#	Team	Points	Prev.
1	Florida (10)	367	1
2    	Georgia Tech (2)	347   	5
3    	Oklahoma State (1)  	331   	2
4    	Wake Forest (1)     	330   	3
5    	Clemson (1)         	313   	6
6    	Texas               	301   	4
7    	Southern Cal        	274         	8
8    	TCU            	266    	7
9    	Virginia Tech       	240  	T10
10   	Georgia        	206   	 9
11   	Arizona        	201 	 T10
12   	Ohio State          	187  	16
13   	Washington          	178  	NR
14   	Oklahoma       	156  	12
15   	Ala.-Birmingham     	142  	15
16   	Tennessee           	140  	17
17   	New Mexico          	133  	13
18   	Arizona State       	101    	T20
19   	Pepperdine          	97   	14
20   	Fresno State        	96   	25
21   	Auburn         	95   	23
22   	Augusta State       	79   	19
23   	Southern Methodist  	57   	18
24   	Toledo              	50   	NR
25   	South Carolina      	42   	22
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