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David Boyce | NCAA.com | April 12, 2017

Division II Softball Power Rankings: ASU new No. 1

  Brandy Marlett has pitched Angelo State to No. 1.

There was a shakeup in the Top 10, as Angelo State claimed the No. 1 spot. Here's Week 2's Power Rankings.

RANK SCHOOL RECORD COMMENTS Previous
1

Angelo State

41-4 It is currently on a six-game winning streak. It was the first team in DII to win 40 games this season.  5
2

Harding

28-4 After its 27-game win streak snapped, it won its last three by combined score of 29-1. 1
3

Pfeiffer

35-3 Freshman Makenzie Pennell's 49 RBIs breaks the school’s single-season RBI record. 7
4

West Texas A&M

32-6 It scored 3 in the 6th and 3 in the 7th to overcome a 7-2 deficit and win 8-7 for its 10th straight win. 8
5

Saint Leo

34-7 The team is on a 11-game win streak and has tallied four shutouts in last five games. 9
6

Colorado Mesa

32-4 It is currently on a 24-game win streak. NR
7

California Baptist

32-7 It has also won 24 straight, including six of the last seven by shutout. NR
8

North Georgia

36-10 It bounced back from 2-1 loss to win the second game against Armstrong State, 7-2.  15
9

Southern Arkansas

35-7 It moves on to the last two of a four-game showdown Friday and Saturday at Harding.  3
10

Humboldt State 

29-8 It snapped a two-game losing streak with 10-4 win against Chico State. 2
11

Southern Indiana

24-8 The team swept Indianapolis, 4-0 and 5-2.  12
12

Minnesota State 

34-6 Team has played only eight games at home. NR
13

West Virginia Wesleyan

26-6 The Bobcats have scored 200 runs and are hitting .332. 14
14

Cal State Monterey Bay

34-7 Freshman Hayley Fein became the third pitcher in school history to win 20 games. 6
15

St. Mary’s (TX)  

32-9 The team won a Strikeout Cancer Game, 3-1, over Newman. 4
16

Chico State

29-8  It is coming off a split with Humboldt State.  11

 

 

 

 

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