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David Boyce | | January 27, 2016

Division II Women's Basketball: Power rankings Week 4

  Limestone College scored more than 100 points for just the fourth time in program history on Tuesday. presents a weekly edition of DII Women's basketball power rankings. Here is this week's top 16 teams with their records through Jan. 26.

Rank Team Record Comments Previous
1 Ashland 18-0 Pulled out a double OT road win on Saturday 1
2 Limestone 16-0 Shot 52 percent and scored 101 points in its win on Tuesday 3
3 Lewis 18-1 20-point win against Bellarmine in battle for first in GLVC 4
4 Alaska-Anchorage 23-1 Half game lead in the GNAC over Montana Billings 5
5 Lubbock Christian 17-0 Senior Nicole Hampton became the LC all-time rebound leader (912). 6
6 West Texas A&M 18-1 Overcame an 11-point, 2nd half deficit to beat Tarleton State in OT 8
7 California Baptist 18-1 Junior guard Courtney Nelson had 24 points and 11 rebounds in a win. 9
8 Fort Hays State 17-2 Bounced back after 2-pt loss at Mo. Western to win by 15 on Saturday 7
9 Missouri Western 18-1 Lost at home on Saturday to 10th place team in MIAA 2
10 Quincy 17-1 Despite 37% shooting, Mo.-St. Louis 57%, Quincy wins in OT 11
11 Benedict 19-1 29-pt win over Albany St. in battle for first in SIAC East Division 12
12 Nova Southeastern 16-2 15-point victory after loss at Tampa 10
13 Winona State 19-2 Never trailed in wins on Friday and Saturday 14
14 Florida Southern 16-2 Shot 53 percent in a 26-point win on Saturday 16
15 Union (Tenn.) 17-2 Gained a 2-pt OT win on Thursday; won by a point on Saturday NR
16 Emporia State 15-3 12-pt win at rival Washburn on Saturday NR

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