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David Boyce | NCAA.com | January 4, 2017

Division II Women's Basketball Power Rankings: Week 1

  Ashland is only one of six undefeated teams in DII women's basketball.

Undefeated Ashland tops the first 2017 DII women's basketball power rankings. 

RELATED: WBCA Coaches Poll

Rank Team Record Comments
1


Ashland

14-0 This team is coming off a five-point victory at No. 4 Bellarmine.
2
Alaska-Anchorage
11-1 Last year’s runner-up has won eight straight games.
3
Virginia Union
10-0  It opened conference play with 20-point win.
4
Emporia State
12-1 The team gave Pittsburg State its first loss in its last game.
5
Angelo State
10-0 Only two of its wins are at home.
6
Lincoln Memorial
11-0 It managed to stay undefeated after a double OT win at Wingate. 
7
Bellarmine
10-1 Team looks to rebound from its first loss.
8
Colorado St.-Pueblo
13-0 This weekend, it plays two road games. 
9
Pittsburg State
13-1  It has bounced back from its only loss with a 32-point win. 
10
Edinboro
11-2 This team has won 11 straight games, including handing California (Pa) its only loss. 
11
Bentley
11-3 Last year's semifinalist went 7-0 in conference play. 
12
California (Pa.)
12-1 It has bounced back from its only loss with a 31-point win.
13
California Baptist
14-2 The team has secured 11 straight wins since a loss to a ranked team. 
14
Seattle Pacific
12-1 The team bounced back from its only loss with a 13-point victory. 
15
Wheeling Jesuit
10-1 The team is 5-0 so far in Mountain East Conference play.
16
Columbus State
8-0 This team has won all eight games by double digits. 

Note: Rankings reflect games through Jan. 3. 

 

 

 

 

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