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David Boyce | NCAA.com | January 13, 2017

DII women's basketball power rankings: Week 2

  Central Oklahoma has climbed into the DII women's basketball power rankings.

Central Oklahoma and Arkansas Tech jump into Week 2's DII women's basketball power rankings. 

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Rank Team Record Comments
1


Ashland

16-0 This team won its program-record 34th straight home game. 
2
Alaska-Anchorage
13-1 Senior Kiki Robertson started her 110th game, which is the fourth all-time most games started in GNAC.
3
Virginia Union
13-0  It won its last game by 53 points.
4
Emporia State
13-1 The team won the Turnpike Tussle over its rival, Washburn. 
5
Angelo State
12-0 It is off to its best start since 2002-03 season when it started 16-0 .
6
Lincoln Memorial
13-0 It is the first time in program’s history to win the first 13 games.
7
Bellarmine
12-1 Team has won two straight since loss to Ashland.
8
Colorado St.-Pueblo
15-0 It remained undefeated with an 88-87 OT win at Black Hills State.
9
Pittsburg State
14-1  It returns home after winning last three games on the road.
10
Edinboro
13-2 This team increased its winning streak to 13. 
11
Bentley
12-3 The team shot 53 percent from field in win over New Haven.
12
California (Pa.)
14-1 Senior Miki Glenn scored 28 points, nine rebounds in 31-point victory on Monday.
13
California Baptist
15-2 The team scored 111 points, which is the most for the team since 2015. 
14
Seattle Pacific
13-1 The team secured two double-digit wins since its only loss.
15
Central Oklahoma 
13-1 The team faces a stern test Thursday against Emporia State. 
16
Arkansas Tech
9-1 This team has won all eight straight games since a 3-point loss. 

Note: Rankings reflect games through Jan. 10. 

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