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David Boyce | | April 19, 2017

Humboldt State leaps into the top five of Week 3's power ranking

  Humboldt State is currently on a four game win streak.

In Week 3's softball power rankings, West Texas A&M, North Georgia and Humboldt State leaped up into the top five. 

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Angelo State

44-4 The team scored 13 runs for its ninth straight win. 1

West Texas A&M

35-8 It snapped Oklahoma City's 52-game win streak. 4

North Georgia

41-10 Freshman pitcher Kylee Smith’s 1.04 ERA leads the Peach Belt Conference. 8
4 Humboldt State 32-8 The team scored 10 or more runs in three of last four victories. 10


43-5 It bounced back from a 2-1 loss to Arkansas Tech with 2-1 win over Arkansas Tech. 2


38-4 The team has won 11 of its last 12 games. 3

Southern Indiana

38-8 It has allowed one run in each of last three games. 11

Minnesota State

40-6 It has won 10 straight games, including three of last five by shutout. 12

West Virginia Wesleyan

32-6 It has won its last four games by shutout, outscoring opponents 24-0. 13

California Baptist

35-8 Its first loss since Feb. 28 was 2-1 in nine innings; won second game 4-0. 7


27-8 It won three straight from No. 4 Saint Leo last weekend. NR

Cal State Monterey Bay

38-7 On 7-game win streak, it faces Chico State for four games Friday and Saturday. 14

Colorado Mesa

35-5 After having its 24-game win streak snapped, it won the next three games. 6

St. Mary’s (TX)

34-10 It bounced back from 2-1 loss with 11-2 and 9-1 wins in a three-game series. 15

Saint Leo

34-10 It is looking to rebound after dropping three games to Tampa. 5

Chico State

31-10 After two, one-run losses, it won next two by shutout. 16

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