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 1 Freed-Hardeman  
 2 Campbellsville  
 3 Columbia, MO  
 4 Montana-West  
 5 Masters  
 6 Carroll, MT  
 7 Wayland Baptist  
 8 Westmont  
 9 William Penn  
 10 Oklahoma City  
 11 Our Lady Lake  
 12 Vanguard  
 13 Shawnee St.  
 14 Bethel, TN  
 15 Talladega  
 16 Lindsey Wilson  
 17 Lyon  
 18 Menlo  
 19 Rocky Mountain  
 20 Ariz.Christian  
 21 Loyola, LA  
 22 Lewis-Clark St.  
 23 Xavier, LA  
 24 Pikeville  
Top 25 Ranking
 1 Concordia, NE  
 2 Southeastern  
 3 Dakota Wesleyan  
 4 Northwestern, IA  
 5 Coll.of the Ozarks  
 6 Taylor  
 7 Indiana Tech  
 8 Marian, IN  
 9 E.Oregon  
 10 Tabor  
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 CHRISTMAS, Courtney23.70 
 2 Hopkins, Sheridan22.80 
 3 King, Brianna22.68 
 4 Taylor, Myah22.59 
 5 Mueller, Brianna20.42 
 6 Turner, Reagan20.35 
 7 Bayonne, Danyale19.84 
 8 Walker, Keimeshia19.21 
 9 Rich, Lexi19.06 
 10 Bowie, Destinee18.65 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 SOARES, Stephanie13.43 
 2 Holcomb, Vivian11.70 
 3 Croom, Haylee11.65 
 4 Jolly, Diamond11.56 
 5 ABRAHAM, Brenna11.54 
 6 Haase, Makenna11.49 
 7 Hopkins, Sheridan11.28 
 8 Moia, Whitney11.00 
 9 Moss, Andriel10.64 
 10 Franklin, Damonica10.37 
Assists Per Game
 1 Hall, Caitlin6.81 
 2 Hooks, Taylor6.55 
 3 Hall, Brittany6.47 
 4 Frett, Akia6.31 
 5 Moore, Brijanee6.15 
 6 Tobias, Shaniqua5.85 
 7 Chea, Victoria5.84 
 8 Dawsey, Courtney5.37 
 9 Figueroa, Kechelle5.32 
 10 Bennett, Morgan5.29 

NAIA National Championship brackets 2019:   Division I   Division II
John Brown University: Four Signees Join Women's Basketball in Class of 2023 - 20 hours ago
SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. -- The John Brown University women's basketball team has signed four incoming freshmen student-athletes to compete in the upcoming 2019-20 season, completing the Class of 2023, head coach Jeff Soderquist announced Wednesday (June 5) afternoon. Comprised of a pair of guards and two forwards, incomers Jessica Goldman, Kenzie Silkey, Tarrah Stephens and Lisa Vanoverberghe join the squad's nine returners in the fall. Last season, the Golden Eagles compiled a 17-13 record.    [read more]
Former Wayland Baptist Queens thrilled with Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame announcement - 2 months ago
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced its 2019 induction class on Saturday, April 6. The class includes the Wayland Baptist University Flying Queens from 1948-82. The Flying Queens program was at the forefront of women's basketball, offering full athletic scholarships for women in 1950s. The Queens soared to 10 AAU National Championships from 1954-75. The Flying Queens and coach Harley Redin were influential in transforming the women's game to the full-court, 5-on-5 with...   [read more]

Brianna King
All-NAIA D1 All-America Awards 2019 - 2 months ago
Player of the Year: Brianna King (5'5''-G) of Montana Western Coach of the Year: Lindsay Woolley of Montana Western 1st Team Brianna King of Montana Western Courtney Christmas (5'11''-G) of Arizona Christian Hannah Dean (6'1''-C) of Carroll (Mont.) Haylee Croom (5'10''-F) of Freed-Hardeman Jordan Alford (5'7''-G) of Columbia (Mo.) Jovana Jovovic (6'1''-F-97) of MidAmerica Nazarene Myah Taylor (5'10''-G-97) of Bethel (Tenn.) Sandrea Sylman (5'6''-G) of Freed-Hardeman Stephanie Soares (6'6...   [read more]

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