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David Boyce | NCAA.com | February 15, 2017

DII Women's Basketball Power Rankings — Week 7

  Ashland has run its record to 25-0 while maintaining the top spot in the WBCA poll.

Ashland again tops this week's DII Basketball Power Rankings with several teams closing in on the top spot.

RELATED: WBCA Coaches Poll

Rank

Team Record Comments Previous
1



Ashland

25-0

At 17-0 in GLIAC, closing in on second straight conference title.

1
2

Alaska-Anchorage

23-1

Unbeaten against Division II competition.

2
3



California (Pa.)

23-1

First place PSAC West with 17-1 record.

4
4

California Baptist

25-2

Established new program record with 22 straight wins.

5
5



Columbus State

22-1

Team is currently riding a 13-game win streak.

8
6

Colorado St-Pueblo

24-1

Team looking to bounce back from four-point loss.

3
7

Adelphi

22-3

Team holds five-game lead in NE-10 Southwest Division.

11
8

Pittsburg State

21-3

Beat No. 15 Central Missouri last week.

NR
9

Lincoln Memorial

21-2

Team has lost two of its last three games.

6
10

Drury

22-3

Clinched GLVC West Division.

14
11



Western Washington

22-3

Team has won 16 straight games.

NR
12

Virginia Union

21-2

Looking to bounce back from upset loss to Lincoln University (Penn).

7
13

Minn. St-Moorhead

21-3

Won first conference title since 2004-05 season.

16
14



Queens (N.Y.)

21-3

Senior Madison Rowland became school’s career scoring leader.

NR
15



Bentley

21-4

Team is on a nine-game win streak.

NR
16



Harding

20-3

Team has won its last six games.

NR

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