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David Boyce | NCAA.com | April 14, 2016

Division II Softball: Power Rankings, Week 2

Every week, NCAA.com brings you the DII softball power rankings. Here are this week's rankings with records through April 13.

Rank Team Record Notes Previous
1 West Texas A&M 45-2 Senior Tori Bayer set single season conference record with nine saves on Wednesday. 1
2 North Georgia 43-6 Senior pitcher Courtney Poole is 42-2 this season. 2
3 Indianapolis 38-1 Senior pitcher Morgan Foley threw two shutouts in DH sweep; 29-0 3
4 Saint Leo 37-1 Has only allowed four runs in last eight games 5
5 Humboldt State 39-3-1 In last nine wins, outscored opponents 68-13 6
6 North Alabama 40-5 In last nine wins, outscored opponents 68-13 8
7 UMSL 41-4 Senior Hannah Perryman struck out 23 in 1-0, 12 inning win 9
8 California (Pa.) 23-1 After 4 PPD because of weather, swept DH on Wednesday; first games in 10 days 10
9 Wayne State (Mich) 31-4 Has won its last 13 games 15
10 Arkansas Tech 39-6 In a mild slump, losing three of last five games 4
11 California Baptist 35-7 Won three of four games against No. 13 Dixie State 11
12 St. Mary’s (Tx.) 37-9 On 5-game winning streak heading into final regular-season series 12
13 West Virginia Wesleyan 37-5 In 8-game win streak, four have been by shutout 14
14 West Chester 37-3 Last five wins have been by eight or more runs 16
15 Southern Arkansas 34-7 Senior Ashton Atwell is hitting .399 with 14 HRs NR
16 Missouri Western 34-10 First in MIAA; plays DH April 14 against 2nd place NW Missouri NR


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