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David Boyce | NCAA.com | February 22, 2017

DII Women's Basketball Power Rankings — Week 8

  The California (Pa.) women's basketball team continues to play well and currently boasts a 14-game win streak.

The top six spots in this week's DII Basketball Power Rankings stay the same as the end of the season draws near.

RELATED: WBCA Coaches Poll

Rank

Team Record Comments Previous
1


Ashland

27-0

One victory away from having its first undefeated regular season.

1
2

Alaska-Anchorage

25-1

Team is 18-0 in the GNAC.

2
3


California (Pa.)

25-1

Team is on a 14-game winning streak.

3
4

California Baptist

27-2

In 24th straight win, senior Cassidy Mihalko had 25 points and 15 rebounds.

4
5


Columbus State

24-1

Plays final regular season game Wednesday; on 15-game winning streak.

5
6

Colorado St-Pueblo

25-1

Bounced back from first loss with eight-point win on Senior Night.

6
7

Pittsburg State

24-3

Clinched first outright MIAA title since 1991.

8
8

Lincoln Memorial

23-2

Team had its second-largest margin of victory in NCAA era.

9
9

Drury

24-3

Team has won all four games in winning streak by double-digits.

10
10

Western Washington

23-3

Plays at home Thursday against No. 2 Alaska-Anchorage.

11
11


Minn. St-Moorhead

23-3

Finished the regular season on six-game winning streak.

13
12

Queens (N.Y.)

23-3

Plays final regular-season game Wednesday on 15-game winning streak.

14
13

Bentley

24-4

Concluded regular season on 12-game winning streak.

15
14


Harding

22-3

Held opponent to 27 percent shooting in eighth straight victory.

16
15


Adelphi

23-4

Concluded regular season with a three-point loss.

 

7
16


Emporia State

22-4

Final two regular-season games at home, where the team is 14-0.

NR

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