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Top 25 Ranking
 1. Freed-Hardeman  
 2. Lewis-Clark St.  
 3. Westmont  
 4. Lindsey Wilson  
 5. MidAmerica Naz.  
 6. Vanguard  
 7. Campbellsville  
 8. Oklahoma City  
 9. Lyon  
 10. Shawnee St.  
 11. MSU-Northern  
 12. Columbia, MO  
 13. Great Falls  
 14. Baker  
 15. Cumberland  
 16. Cent.Methodist  
 17. Masters  
 18. John Brown  
 19. Benedictine, KS  
 20. Loyola, LA  
 21. Bethel, TN  
 22. Our Lady Lake  
 23. Pikeville  
 24. Lindenwood-Bellev.  
 25. Carroll, MT  
Last:1/11/2017
Top 25 Ranking
 1. St.Francis, IL  
 2. Concordia, MI  
 3. St.Xavier  
 4. S.Oregon  
 5. Marian, IN  
 6. Hastings  
 7. Davenport  
 8. Coll.of the Ozarks  
 9. Dakota Wesleyan  
 10. Jamestown  
 11. Jamestown  
 12. Ind.Wesleyan  
 13. Morningside  
 14. IU Northwest  
 15. Purdue NW  
 16. Friends  
 17. Cardinal Stritch  
 18. Indiana Tech  
 19. Southeastern  
 20. E.Oregon  
 21. Tabor  
 22. IU East  
 23. Olivet Nazarene  
 24. Milligan  
 25. Dickinson St.  
 26. Huntington  
Last:1/11/2017
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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Wayland women topple No. 8 Oklahoma City - 2 days ago
Maci Merket scored a career-high 21 points Monday, and the last of her four 3-point goals allowed Wayland Baptist fans to exhale. Which was all well and good, but not Merket's first priority going into the game. Wayland Baptist knocked off No. 8 Oklahoma City 78-72 at Hutcherson Center, pulling into a tie with the Stars for first place in the Sooner Athletic Conference women's basketball race. Six weeks ago, playing at home, Oklahoma City routed Wayland 100-65 on the first weekend of conf...   [read more]

DaJonee Hale
Eagles blowout Bobcats 88-64 - 8 days ago
The 16th ranked Central Methodist University Eagles women's basketball team took scored the first bucket on Monday and never looked back on Monday evening, in their 88-64 victory over Peru State College inside of Puckett Field House. With the victory, the 16th ranked Eagles improve to 13-2 overall and 9-2 in Heart of America Athletic Conference play. The win puts CMU in a three-way tie for second place in The Heart with MidAmerica Nazarene University and Benedictine College. With the loss...   [read more]

Lauren McCoy
Westmont Finishes Holiday Classic 2-0 - 18 days ago
Fourth ranked Westmont Women's Basketball went undefeated (2-0) in the Holiday Classic and improved to 12-1 on the season when they defeated British Columbia (12-5) by a score of 64-36. Lauren McCoy (6'1''-F) had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds; and Aysia Shellmire (6'0''-F/C) along with Kayla Sato (5'8''-G) led the Warriors in points with 13 each. British Columbia's Kara Spotton (6'2''-F-93, college: Colorado St.) was the game's leading scorer with 19 points - more than ha...   [read more]


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