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David Boyce | NCAA.com | March 1, 2017

DII Women's Basketball Power Rankings — Week 9

  A 43-point outburst from Cal Baptist's Kamille Diaz led the Lancers to a 94-85 OT victory on Saturday.

There was a bit of a shake-up in this week's DII Basketball Power Rankings as Cal Baptist and Columbus State each moved up one spot, dropping California (Pa.) down to No. 5.

RELATED: WBCA Coaches Poll

Rank

Team Record Comments Previous
1


Ashland

29-0

28-point victory in GLIAC quarterfinal game.

1
2

Alaska-Anchorage

27-1

Looking for a three-peat in GNAC Tourney.

2
3


California Baptist

29-2

Needed OT to conclude a perfect 20-0 record in PacWest.

4
4

Columbus State

26-1

Heads into semifinals of Peach Belt Tournament on 17-game winning streak.

5
5


California (Pa.)

26-2

Went 20-2 and won the outright PSAC West Division title.

3
6

Drury

24-3

Finished 17-1 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.

9
7

Queens (N.Y.)

24-3

Tied a program record for wins with 24.

12
8

Bentley

25-4

Taking a 13-game winning streak in the NE-10 semifinals.

13
9

Colorado St-Pueblo

27-2

Bounced back from second loss with four-point win.

6
10

Harding

24-3

Rides into the GAC Tournament on 10-game winning streak.

14
11


Western Washington

24-4

Only loss in February was in 2OT to Alaska Anchorage.

10
12

Emporia State

24-4

Senior Kelly Moten had 27 points, 11 assists and 8 rebounds in last game.

16
13

Lincoln Memorial

24-3

Won first-ever South Atlantic Conference regular-season title.

8
14


Pittsburg State

24-4

Lost regular-season finale; looking to bounce back in MIAA Tourney.

7
15


Southern Indiana

24-4

Concluded regular season on four-game winning streak.

 

NR
16


Minn. St-Moorhead

24-4

Seven-game winning streak snapped in quarterfinals of NSIC Tourney.

11

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