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 1. MidAmerica Naz.  
 2. Westmont  
 3. Our Lady Lake  
 4. Campbellsville  
 5. Lindsey Wilson  
 6. Vanguard  
 7. Lewis-Clark St.  
 8. Freed-Hardeman  
 9. Lyon  
 10. Bethel, TN  
 11. Shawnee St.  
 12. Benedictine, KS  
 13. Baker  
 14. Masters  
 15. Cent.Methodist  
 16. Northern NM  
 17. Pikeville  
 18. Great Falls  
 19. Oklahoma City  
 20. Columbia, MO  
 21. Talladega  
 22. Wayland Baptist  
 23. Cumberland  
 24. Loyola, LA  
 25. Carroll, MT  
Last:10/27/2016
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 1. Marian, IN  
 2. S.Oregon  
 3. Dakota Wesleyan  
 4. Morningside  
 5. St.Francis, IL  
 6. St.Xavier  
 7. Coll.of the Ozarks  
 8. Davenport  
 9. Ind.Wesleyan  
 10. Tabor  
 11. Goshen  
 12. Jamestown  
 13. Jamestown  
 14. Purdue NW  
 15. Concordia, NE  
 16. Briar Cliff  
 17. Olivet Nazarene  
 18. E.Oregon  
 19. St.Ambrose  
 20. St.Ambrose  
 21. Cardinal Stritch  
 22. Oregon Tech  
 23. IU Northwest  
 24. Dickinson St.  
 25. Madonna  
 26. Milligan  
 27. Haskell  
Last:10/27/2016
Points Per Game
 1 Zievernik, Shawnee St.22.3 
 2 Carter, Auburn Mnt.20.7 
 3 Hale, Central Methodist19.3 
 4 Burd, Campbellsville17.2 
 5 Cross, Freed-Hardman17.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Norman, Vanguard12.00 
 2 Dominguez, St. Thomas11.24 
 3 Wallisch, Baker8.43 
 4 Burd, Campbellsville8.83 
 5 Wade, M.Methodist9.21 
Assists Per Game
 1 Orlandi, Lewis-Clark State (Idaho)6.0 
 2 Campanero, Central Methodist(Mo.) 6.4 
 3 Grider, Campbellsville (Ky.)5.5 
 4 Feuchter, Shawnee State (Ohio)5.3 
 5 Weston, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.)4.8 
Steals Per Game
 1 Carter, Auburn Montgomery (Ala.)3.8 
 2 Jackson, Lyon (Ark.)3.7 
 3 Weston, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.)2.7 
 4 Grider, Campbellsville (Ky.)2.6 
 5 Wallen, Oklahoma City3.3 
Blocks Per Game
 1 Teilane, Science & Arts4.9 
 2 Wallisch, Baker3.1 
 3 George, Great Falls2.9 
 4 Niemerg, Lindenwood-Belleville3.0 
 5 Westergard, Grand View3.0 
Articles
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Menlo College with 94-67 win over Bethesda - 1 day ago

Menlo College women's basketball was looking to rebound after having its five-game winning streak snapped on Friday night in Vallejo and rebound they did. Menlo had its best offensive night of the season on Saturday and left the Cal Maritime Classic with a 94-67 win over Bethesda University. The win gets the Oaks back on track and move their record to 6-3 while Bethesda falls to 2-13 on the campaign. The lopsided victory was a total team effort on Saturday as Menlo was able to get 13 diff...   [read more]

Camesha
Davis
Booth's career night leads Islanders in rout - 12 days ago

The Islanders had waited a while for a game like Wednesday night's win over Montana Tech. The Texas A&M-Corpus Christi women's basketball team received a career night from freshman Dalesia Booth, who had 21 points and five rebounds to lead the Islanders to an 83-50 win over the NAIA Orediggers. It was the Islanders biggest margin of victory since a win over Huston-Tillotson in 2014-15 (99-33) and evened the team's record at 2-2. Senior Camesha Davis (6'1''-F-94) had her second consecutive...   [read more]

Deja Jones
Southeast Missouri Redhawks throttle Trojans, 99-52 - 22 days ago

Southeast Missouri women's basketball (1-1) defeated Hannibal-LaGrange Monday evening at the Show Me Center, 99-52. Of the eight Redhawks who played on Monday, six scored double-digit points while the other two either had double-digit assists or rebounds. Deja Jones (5'11''-F-95) picked up a career-high 24 points in the game to lead the team. It was the second 20-point game of her career. Hannah Noe, Hilma Mededovic (5'11''-G), and Iyanna McCurdy (5'9''-G) all scored 14 points while Mandy...   [read more]


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