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TOP25 Standings
 1. Connecticut 31-0 (32-0) 
 2. Notre Dame 31-1 (32-3) 
 3. S.Carolina 31-1 (31-2) 
 4. Baylor 32-1 (35-2) 
 5. Maryland 30-3 (31-4) 
 6. Oregon St. 28-4 (29-4) 
 7. Texas 28-3 (31-4) 
 8. Louisville 25-7 (24-8) 
 9. Ohio St. 24-7 (25-8) 
 10. UCLA 24-8 (24-8) 
 11. Arizona St. 25-6 (26-6) 
 12. Kentucky 23-7 (25-7) 
 13. Stanford 24-8 (27-7) 
 14. Syracuse 25-7 (27-7) 
 15. Mississippi St. 26-7 (27-7) 
 16. Michigan St. 24-8 (25-9) 
 17. Florida St. 23-7 (24-8) 
 18. De Paul 25-7 (27-9) 
 19. Texas A&M 21-9 (22-9) 
 20. Miami, FL 24-8 (22-9) 
 21. S.Florida 23-8 (22-8) 
 22. Colorado St. 28-1 (28-2) 
 23. W.Virginia 24-9 (24-10) 
 24. Oklahoma 21-10 (22-11) 
 25. Florida 22-8 (21-9) 
Points Per Game
 1 Jasmine Nwajei29.0 
 2 Rachel Banham28.6 
 3 Kelsey Mitchell26.1 
 4 Kelsey Plum25.9 
 5 Lexi Rydalch24.2 
 6 Shereesha Richards23.4 
 7 Kelsey Minato23.2 
 8 Brittany Crain22.5 
 9 Courtney Williams22.4 
 10 Katelynn Flaherty22.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Anna Strickland14.2 
 2 Jillian Alleyne13.6 
 3 Lexi Martins13.6 
 4 Ruvanna Campbell13.5 
 5 Kalani Purcell12.6 
 6 Brittany Starling12.1 
 7 Joy Adams12.0 
 8 Tori Jarosz11.9 
 9 Alisia Jenkins11.4 
 10 Chantel Osahor11.3 
Assists Per Game
 1 Niya Johnson8.7 
 2 Rachel Theriot7.3 
 3 Jackie Kemph7.0 
 4 Caitlin Ingle6.9 
 5 Roddricka Patton6.9 
 6 Angela Mickens6.9 
 6 Zakiya Saunders6.9 
 8 Loren Cagle6.7 
 9 Ashley Deary6.7 
 10 Nicole Seekamp6.4 
Steals Per Game
 1 Ashley Deary4.03 
 2 Chastadie Barrs3.97 
 3 Adella Randle-El3.77 
 4 Aliyah Kilpatrick3.59 
 5 Amani Tatum3.26 
 6 Tyonna Snow3.21 
 7 Starr Breedlove3.15 
 8 Imani Tate3.12 
 9 Britney Dunbar3.11 
 10 Brooke Smith3.03 
Blocks Per Game
 1 Bego Faz Davalos4.0 
 2 Jasmine Joyner3.94 
 3 Jodie Cornelie3.55 
 4 Ruth Hamblin3.51 
 5 Josie Stockill3.5 
 6 Kailyn Williams3.45 
 7 Breanna Stewart3.41 
 8 Kieanna Vines3.37 
 9 Whitney Knight3.3 
 10 Rachel Hollivay3.29 
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Lisa Bluder
Hawkeyes Add Illinois Miss Basketball - May 27, 2016

The University of Iowa women's basketball program gained another prep standout today, adding Illinois Miss Basketball Kathleen Doyle to its incoming recruiting class. The LaGrange Park, Illinois, native chose the Hawkeyes over three other programs after reopening her search. "We are thrilled to add Kathleen Doyle to our Hawkeye family," UI head coach Lisa Bluder said. "She is a tremendous basketball player, evidenced by her outstanding awards including being named Illinois Miss Basketball.    [read more]

Jesse
Fleming
St. Bonaventure Names Jesse Fleming New Women's Basketball Head Coach - May 26, 2016

St. Bonaventure University Director of Athletics Tim Kenney has announced the hiring of Jesse Fleming '05 as new women's basketball head coach. One of the top assistant coaches in the nation, Fleming spent the past four seasons at Bowling Green, most recently as associate head coach under head coach Jennifer Roos. Prior to his time at BG, he was key to the growth of St. Bonaventure's program with 11 years under previous head coach Jim Crowley, working his way up from a student manager to...   [read more]
Florida guard Isis Young to transfer to Syracuse women's basketball - May 25, 2016

Florida guard Isis Young(5'7''-G) is transferring to Syracuse, per NYG Hoops Report. iExcel Basketball president Walter Welsh confirmed the move to Bret McCormick of ASGR Basketball. The 5-foot-7 New Jersey native redshirted her freshman season with the Gators to rehab a torn ACL. Young averaged 2.1 points in 15 games (no starts) for Florida this past season - her redshirt freshman year. After sitting out the 2016-2017 season, she'll have two years of eligibility left. Young was ranked as...   [read more]


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