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David Boyce | NCAA.com | February 24, 2016

Division II Women's Basketball Power Rankings: Week 8

  The Lancers' 18-game win streak has them currently sitting atop the PacWest.

NCAA.com presents a weekly edition of DII Women's basketball power rankings. Here is this week's top 16 teams with their records through Feb. 23.

RANK SCHOOL RECORD COMMENTS PREVIOUS
1 Lewis 26-1 Improved to 17-0 in GLVC with OT win against St. Joseph’s 1
2 Limestone College 26-0 Will try to finish regular season undefeated with home game Fri. 2
3 Lubbock Christian 24-0 Averaging 83.4 points per game while allowing 52.2 points 3
4 Alaska Anchorage 30-1 Important home game Thursday against Western Washington 4
5 Ashland (Ohio) 26-1 Twenty-six wins third most in program’s history 5
6 California Baptist 25-1 Beat Academy of Art for sole possession of 1st in PacWest 6
7 Winona State 27-2 Won its first-ever NSIC regular-season title 7
8 Missouri Western 23-2 First in MIAA; last two regular season games at home 9
9 Union (Tenn.) 25-2 14-game win streak best since joining DII in 2012 10
10 Virginia Union 22-2 Finished first in CIAA Northern Division 11
11 Drury 22-3 Clinched GLVC West Division title with 12th straight win 12
12 Fort Hays State 23-3 One game out of first in MIAA with two road games left 13
13 West Texas A&M 23-3 Will try to bounce back from 1-point loss at Tarleton St. 8
14 Benedict College 24-2 Finished first in the SIAC East Division 14
15 Pittsburg State 23-4 Kylie Gafford scored her 1,000 point in Pitt St 12th straight win 15
16 West Liberty 23-3 Liz Flowers made 2 FT with 4.9 sec. in 101-100 OT road win 16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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