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David Boyce | NCAA.com | February 1, 2017

Division II Power Rankings: Week 5

  Columbus State climbed five spots in this week's Power Rankings.

Columbus State jumps five spots into the Top Ten, as three previously unranked teams sneak into this week's Power Rankings.

RELATED: WBCA Coaches Poll

Rank Team Record Comments
1


Ashland

22-0 The Eagles have scored 229 points in their last two games. 
2
Alaska-Anchorage
19-1 Senior Kiki Robertson is 105 points away from 1,000.
3
Lincoln Memorial
19-0  Coach Krystal Evans picked up her 50th career win.
4
Colorado St.-Pueblo
21-0 The Pack picked up at 14-point road victory at No. 18 Regis.
5
Central Oklahom
19-1  Team earned a 4-point road win at No. 9 Pittsburg State.
6
California (Pa.)
20-1 The Vulcans broke a first-place tie with 3-point win against Edinboro.
7
California Baptist
22-2 The team has won the last four games by an average of 25.7 points.
8

Drury

19-2 The Panthers play at No. 15 Bellarmine on Thursday.
9
Virginia Union
18-1 VUU is looking to bounce back from 4-point loss to Chowan. 
10
Columbus State
17-1  All eight wins in 8-game winning streak were by double-digits.
11
Angelo State
16-2 ASU picked up two road wins last week.
12
Central Missouri
17-2 The Jennies beat No. 7 Emporia State in overtime
13
Bellarmine
17-3 Bounced back from road loss with a road victory.
14
Emporia State
17-3 ESU bounced back from an OT loss with a road victory.
15
Eckerd
17-3 Tritons are in first place in the Sunshine State Conference. 
16

Adelphi

18-3 AU's only loss in 14 games in the NE-10 was in overtime.

*Note: Scores and stats reflect games through Jan. 31.*

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