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David Boyce | NCAA.com | March 8, 2017

DII Women's Basketball Power Rankings: Final Week

  Ashland enters the NCAA Tournament undefeated and this week's No. 1.

Not much change up top in the final Division II women's power rankings. Eckerd and Adelphi jumped from the unranked to No. 7 and No. 10 respectively. 

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Rank

Team Record Comments Previous
1


Ashland

31-0

AU overcame a five-point deficit with five minutes left to win GLIAC tournament.

1
2

Alaska-Anchorage

29-1

Won its third straight GNAC tournament title. 

2
3


California Baptist

31-2 Won its first PacWest tournament title. 3
4

Columbus State

28-1

Erased an 11-point halftime deficit to win Peach Belt tournament title.

 

4
5

Drury

28-3

Won its fourth GLVC tournament title.

6
6

Harding

27-3

Won the GAC tournament title; on a 13-game winning streak.

 

10
7

Eckerd

26-4

Won Sunshine State tournament title; on an eight-game winning streak.

NR
8

Emporia State

27-4

Won its fifth-straight MIAA title.

12
9

California (Pa.)

28-3

Lost by five points in PSAC championship game.

5
10

Adelphi

26-4

Won its second NE-10 tournament title. 

NR
11

Bentley

26-5

Had its 14-game winning streak snapped in the NE-10 championship game.

 

 

8
12

Colorado St-Pueblo

27-3

Lost in the semifinals of the RMAC tournament.

 

 

9
13


Western Washington

25-5

Three of its losses came against Alaska Anchorage.

 

10
14


Minn. St-Moorhead

24-4

Earned first NCAA Tournament bid since 2008-09 season.

 

 

16
15

Queens (N.Y.)

24-4

Making its third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. 

 

 

 

7
16

Lincoln Memorial

26-4

Lost in the SAC tournament championship game.

 

13

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