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David Boyce | NCAA.com | February 8, 2017

Division II Women's Basketball Power Rankings: Week 6

  Ashland Eagles guard Kelsey Peare (14) has helped steer the team to an undefeated (24-0) start to the season.

Ashland leads this week's DII Basketball Power Rankings with several teams hot on their trail.

RELATED: WBCA Coaches Poll

Rank Team Record Comments
1


Ashland

24-0

Team has scored over 100 points in 3 of last 4 games.

2

Alaska-Anchorage

21-1

Team has won each of the last 5 games by 31 or more points.

3


Colorado St-Pueblo

24-0

Clinched at least a share of RMAC title on Tuesday.

4

California (Pa.)

21-1

Team on a 10-game win streak; 15-1 in PSAC.

5


California Baptist

24-2

Team goes for a program-record 22 straight wins Saturday at Dixie State.

6

Lincoln Memorial

20-1

Suffered its first loss, falling by 2 points to Wingate.

7

Virginia Union

20-1

Sold out crowd of 2,500 saw Panthers beat rival Virginia State.

8

Columbus State

20-1

Team has won last eight games by double digits.

9

Angelo State

18-2

Team has won its last four games by an average of 14.1 points.

10

Central Oklahoma

20-2

Looking to bounce back after 3-point home loss.

11


Adelphi

20-3

Sierra Clark recorded her 17th double-double on Saturday.

12

Emporia State

19-3

Senior Kelly Moten scored career-high 32 points on Saturday.

13

Southern Indiana

20-3

Six-game win streak includes home win against Drury.

14


Drury

20-3

Looking to bounce back from 6-point loss on Saturday.

15


Central Missouri

18-3

Bounced back from loss at Central Oklahoma with 23-point win.

16


Minn. St-Moorhead

19-3

Improved to 16-2 in the NSIC; clinched share of NSIC North title.

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