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Top 25 Ranking
 1. Vanguard  
 2. Shawnee St.  
 3. Campbellsville  
 4. Columbia, MO  
 5. Freed-Hardeman  
 6. Wayland Baptist  
 7. Carroll, MT  
 8. Westmont  
 9. Montana-West  
 10. Oklahoma City  
 11. Cent.Methodist  
 12. MidAmerica Naz.  
 13. Lindsey Wilson  
 14. Masters  
 15. Our Lady Lake  
 16. Menlo  
 17. Loyola, LA  
 18. Providence, MT  
 19. LSU-Shreveport  
 20. Lyon  
 21. Bethel, TN  
 22. Ariz.Christian  
 23. Benedictine, KS  
 24. Rocky Mountain  
 25. Lindenwood-Bellev.  
Top 25 Ranking
 1. Concordia, NE  
 2. Dakota Wesleyan  
 3. Southeastern  
 4. St.Xavier  
 5. Marian, IN  
 6. Coll.of the Ozarks  
 7. E.Oregon  
 8. Northwestern, IA  
 9. Indiana Tech  
 10. St.Francis, IL  
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1. Christmas, Arizona Ch.27.83 
  2. Hopkins, St.Thomas27.0 
  3. Valgica, Vanguard23.3 
  4. Taylor, Bethel23.0 
  5. Sylman, Freed-Hardeman22.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 1. Franklin, Wiley13.7 
  2. Murphy, Vanguard13.0 
  3. Moia, MidAmerica N.12.8 
  4. Haase, Clarke12.4 
  5. Jolly, Talladega11.67 
Assists Per Game
 1. Hooks, Rust9.6 
  2. Chea, Vanguard7.6 
  3. Maldonado, Providence7.5 
  4. Moore, Talladega7.5 
  5. Dawsey, LSU Alex.7.0 

NAIA National Championship brackets 2018:   Division I   Division II
Celts drop a heartbreaker in conference opener - 5 days ago
St. Thomas women's basketball team nearly upset one of the top teams in NAIA Saturday in its Red River Athletic Conference opener. Instead, Huston-Tillotson escaped with a 77-75 win. UST fell to 2-4, 0-1 RRAC. Huston-Tillotson, a team that was receiving votes in the NAIA Top 25 poll, improved to 6-2, 1-0. The Celts held a double-digit lead most of the first half and after three periods, but the Rams cut it to one on a layup by Kryshona Carter with 3:55 remaining. Ilana Sanford sank two f...   [read more]
First-half defensive effort give Eagles eighth straight win - 11 days ago
University of Southern Indiana Women's Basketball used a stifling defensive effort in the opening half to cruise past NAIA opponent Lindenwood University-Belleville, 75-42, Tuesday evening at the Physical Activities Center. The Screaming Eagles (8-1) held the Lynx to just one first-quarter field goal and 3-of-24 (.111) shooting in the opening half en route to a 36-12 halftime advantage. USI used a 17-0 run that spanned the final three minutes of the first quarter and the first three minut...   [read more]

Lydia Baxter
Bearkat women hit triple digits again in 101-63 victory over Wiley College - 26 days ago
Four Sam Houston State players reached double figures and the Bearkats hit the century mark for the second straight game at home, taking down Wiley College, 101-63 on Monday night at Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum. Freshman Amber Leggett (5'11''-F) pumped in 23 points, pulling in six boards and hitting 8-for-11 from the foul line, including two in the final seconds to push Sam Houston (2-2) over the 100-point plateau. Rachel Harrell (5'9''-G) also added 14 points and hit two of the Kats' fiv...   [read more]

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