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David Boyce | NCAA.com | January 25, 2017

DII Women's Basketball Power Rankings: Week 3

  The Broncos beat Emporia State and moved up in the power rankings.

Central Oklahoma leaps up from No. 15 to No. 7 in Week 3's DII women's basketball power rankings. 

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Rank Team Record Comments
1


Ashland

18-0 The Eagles have scored at least 75 points in all 18 games.
2
Alaska-Anchorage
15-1 The team plays an important GNAC game at Seattle Pacific on Thursday.
3
Virginia Union
15-0  For the first time in 34 years, the team started the season 15-0.
4
Lincoln Memorial
15-0 Senior Megan Pittman recorded her third straight double-double.
5
Bellarmine
15-1 It gave Southern Indiana its first GLVC loss.
6
Colorado St.-Pueblo
18-0 The team remains perfect in RMAC with a 12-0 record.
7
Central Oklahoma 
16-1 The team beat Emporia State, 70-64.
8
California (Pa.)
16-1 Senior Seairra Barrett had her fifth 20-point game.
9
Pittsburg State
16-1  The team scored over 100 points for the first time this season on Thursday.
10
Angelo State
13-1 This team shot a season-high 55 percent from field in a bounce-back win on Saturday.
11
Minnesota State-Moorhead
15-1 This team has won 15 straight since its season-opening loss to Harding.
12
Edinboro
15-2 The team gave Indiana (Pa.) its first PSAC loss.
13
Emporia State
14-2 It plays an important home game against Pittsburg State on Wednesday.
14
California Baptist
18-2 It has improved to 9-0 in PWC after a win against Academy of Art.
15
Drury
15-2 The team outscored Indianapolis, 22-16, in the fourth quarter for a 2-point road win.
16
Harding
12-2 This team beat Arkansas Tech by 14 on Monday.

 

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