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David Boyce | | February 17, 2016

Division II Power Rankings: Week 7

  Kiana Johnson won't stop breaking records while leading the Lady Panthers to 20-2 on the season. presents a weekly edition of DII Women's basketball power rankings. Here is this week's top 16 teams with their records through Feb. 16.

1 Lewis 24-1 Two impressive road wins at Quincy and Truman State 2
2 Limestone College 23-0 Two-point victory at second-place King 1
3 Lubbock Christian 22-0 Clinched its second straight Heartland Conf. regular season title 3
4 Alaska-Anchorage 28-1 Megan Mullings scored 12 pts in 4th quarter in 69-61 win 4
5 Ashland (Ohio) 24-1 Three straight double-digit wins since only loss 5
6 California Baptist 23-1 16-game winning streak; second longest in program’s history 6
7 Winona State 25-2 Sr. Connor Nagle selected NSIC South POW 2nd week in a row 8
8 West Texas A&M 22-2 Michaela Neuhaus scored in double figures in 11 straight games 9
9 Missouri Western 23-2 Four-game winning streak after two-game losing streak 12
10 Union (Tenn.) 23-2 Sr. Kelsey Risner went over 1,000 career points 10
11 Virginia Union 20-2 Kiana Johnson sets single-game school record with 45 points in win 11
12 Drury 20-3 Win gave Panthers their 13th, 20-win season in program’s history 13
13 Fort Hays State 21-3 Rebounded from loss at Pittsburg State with win at Missouri Southern 7
14 Benedict College 22-2 Avenged last loss with a 61-55 win over Claflin on Saturday NR
15 Pittsburg State 21-4 10-game win streak, includes top 25 Emporia State, Fort Hays and Missouri Western NR
16 West Liberty 21-3 Seven players made at least one 3-pointer in Saturday's win NR










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