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Top 25 Ranking
 1. Freed-Hardeman  
 2. Lindsey Wilson  
 3. Vanguard  
 4. Lewis-Clark St.  
 5. Shawnee St.  
 6. Westmont  
 7. Oklahoma City  
 8. Baker  
 9. Campbellsville  
 10. Lyon  
 11. Benedictine, KS  
 12. Columbia, MO  
 13. Wayland Baptist  
 14. Bethel, TN  
 15. MSU-Northern  
 16. Our Lady Lake  
 17. Biola, CA  
 18. John Brown  
 19. Cumberland  
 20. Montana-West  
 21. Masters  
 22. Pikeville  
 23. Lindenwood-Bellev.  
 24. Cent.Methodist  
 25. Martin Methodist  
Last:2/21/2017
Top 25 Ranking
 1. St.Francis, IL  
 2. Concordia, MI  
 3. St.Xavier  
 4. Marian, IN  
 5. S.Oregon  
 6. Davenport  
 7. Southeastern  
 8. Morningside  
 9. Coll.of the Ozarks  
 10. Hastings  
 11. Jamestown  
 12. Dakota Wesleyan  
 13. IU Northwest  
 14. Friends  
 15. Purdue NW  
 16. Cardinal Stritch  
 17. E.Oregon  
 18. Indiana Tech  
 19. Tabor  
 20. IU East  
 21. Dickinson St.  
 22. Oregon Tech  
 23. Reinhardt  
 24. Ind.Wesleyan  
 25. Siena Heights  
Last:2/21/2017
Stats Leaders
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 
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Stephens College dominates STLCOP in final road game, 75-45 - 6 days ago
The Stephens College basketball team dominated St. Louis College of Pharmacy on Saturday in their final road game of the regular season, 75-45. The Stars currently sit in eighth place in the American Midwest Conference (AMC) with an 8-15 record, 9-20 overall. The Stars and STLCOP changed the lead possession five times in the first six minutes of the game before a three-pointer from Angelica Medrano (SO/Grand Forks, N.D.) began a 9-0 run to close out the quarter. After the first ten minute...   [read more]
Martin Methodist's Wade Tabbed as SSAC Player of the Week - 13 days ago
MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Martin Methodist Women's Basketball standout Kyoko Wade has been named Southern States Athletic Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week for the week ending Feb. 12, the conference office announced Monday afternoon. Wade, 5-foot-10 senior forward from Nashville, Tennessee, earned the honor after she produced a pair of double-doubles and guided the RedHawks (20-6) to a pair of conference victories. In Thursday's win over Brenau (Ga.) University, Wade scored 17...   [read more]
Fourth quarter run helps Culver-Stockton to road victory - 13 days ago
The Culver-Stockton College women's basketball outscored William Penn University 23-17 in the fourth quarter to earn a 74-70 Heart of America Athletic Conference road victory Saturday afternoon in Oskaloosa, Iowa. The victory is only the second for the Wildcats in 12 games away from Charles Field House this season and it couldn't come at a better time. The win keeps C-SC a half-game in front of Missouri Valley for the 10th and final playoff spot. The Wildcats are now 10-16 overall and 8-1...   [read more]


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