NEW YORK, N.Y. – The Tarleton State women’s golf team earned its highest-ever national ranking in program history as the latest Golf World/NGCA Division II College Women’s Coaches’ Poll was released this week.

The TexAnns, who received 429 votes in the latest poll, are coming off a very impressive fall season where the team recorded a third-place finish, a pair of second place finishes and one tournament title.

Sophomore #Isabel Jimenez-Perea# posted four top-five finishes, which included two individual tournament titles. Jimenez-Perea won the Oklahoma Intercollegiate with a final score one-under par (143) before closing out the fall season with a six-under par (136) at the Rock Barn Invitational. She is currently the No. 1 ranked player in NCAA Division II women's golf with an adjusted scoring average of 71.60, according to statistics found at golfstat.com.

Junior #Jessica Pickwick# had one top-five finish and #Beatriz Prados# has tallied three top-10 finishes on the season. Pickwick's best finish was a third-place finish at the Rock Barn Invitational where she posted a two-day score of one-under par (141). Prados tied for seventh-place in the first event of the season, carding a tournament score of four-over par (148) at the Concho River Classic.

Lynn University, the defending NCAA Division II champion, remained No. 1 in the final Golf World/WGCA women's Division II coaches' poll and are followed by Barry University in the No. 2 spot.

Florida Tech came in at No. 4 just behind the TexAnns, while St. Edward’s rounded out the top-five spots. Fellow Lone Star Conference member Midwestern State came in at No. 22 in the poll with Cameron behind them at No. 23 as the only other two conference schools in the poll.