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Top 25 Ranking
 1 Drury  
 2 Cal-San Diego  
 3 Ft.Hays State  
 4 Ashland  
 5 NW Nazarene  
 6 Univ.Sciences  
 7 SW Oklahoma St.  
 8 Alaska-Anch.  
 9 Virginia Union  
 10 Thomas Jefferson  
 11 Grand Valley St.  
 12 Bentley  
 13 Union, TN  
 14 Indiana, PA  
 15 Anderson, SC  
 16 W.Texas A&M  
 17 Florida Southern  
 18 Glenville St.  
 19 Colorado Mesa  
 20 Lewis  
 21 Angelo St.  
 22 California, PA  
 23 Cent.Missouri St.  
 24 Azusa Pacific  
 25 Lubbock Christian  

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 Addy Clift26.4 
 2 Natalie Diaz26.0 
 3 Felecity Havens25.7 
 4 Ariel Jones25.6 
 5 Shareka McNeill24.7 
 6 Marissa Brown24.4 
 7 Jessica Kelliher24.3 
 8 Ay'Anna Bey23.7 
 9 Raziyah Farrington22.8 
 10 Lauren Lister22.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Kiana Steinauer15.3 
 2 Marissa Brown13.0 
 3 Ugochi Anudokem12.7 
 4 Chenelle Moore12.5 
 5 Ay'Anna Bey12.5 
 6 Alexis Carter12.2 
 7 Shannon Ryan12.0 
 8 Savannah McGill11.6 
 9 Cassidy Boensch11.6 
 10 Brionna Pate11.4 
Assists Per Game
 1 Kari Lankford8.1 
 2 Autumn Avina7.9 
 3 Karlee Alves7.7 
 4 Renee Stimpert7.3 
 5 Anna Hall6.9 
 6 Audrey Tingle6.8 
 7 Rejoice Spivey6.7 
 8 Jada Perkins6.4 
 9 Christen Prasse6.4 
 10 Jaelynn Smith6.2 
Steals Per Game
 1 Mia Long3.96 
 2 Daejah Bernard3.81 
 3 Jessica Wayne3.61 
 4 Hailey Diestelkamp3.31 
 4 Lauren Holmes3.31 
 6 Destiny Castro3.28 
 7 Kian McNair3.21 
 8 Daylee Hanson3.06 
 9 Nautica Morrow3.04 
 10 Ihnacinse Grady3.04 
Blocks Per Game
 1 Riley Fitzwater4.28 
 2 Tabitha Odabe4.00 
 3 Alexis Carter3.96 
 4 Marissa Brown3.68 
 5 Denia Davis-Stewart3.57 
 6 Grace Brady3.50 
 7 Laura Pranger3.44 
 8 Abby Niehues3.43 
 8 Shanika Peterkin3.43 
 10 Porche' Hannah3.07 

NCAA D2 Bracket 2019
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Hailey
Diestelkamp
WBCA NCAA D2 Awards 2019 - 25 days ago
Player of the Year: Hailey Diestelkamp (5'11''-F-98) of Drury All-America Team Seairra Barrett (6'0''-F) of California University of Pennsylvania Marissa Brown (6'3''-F) of West Liberty University Hailey Diestelkamp of Drury University Camille Giardina (5'7''-G-97) of Florida Southern College Lexy Hightower (5'8''-G) of West Texas A&M University Jessica Kelliher (6'0''-F) of Lewis University Alexy Mollenhauer (6'0''-G-98) of Anderson University Hailey Tucker (6'2''-G) of Southwestern Okl...   [read more]

Maddi
Chitsey
LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN CLAIMS THE 2019 WOMEN'S DII BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP - 26 days ago
After all that, they hugged their sisters. After the marathon that was the months between that first scrimmage in October and this Division II national championship game. After the war that was their semifinal match up with then-undefeated Drury. After the back-and-forth, grinding title-game with Southwestern Oklahoma State, a game the Bulldogs thought was theirs at one point before Maddi Chitsey (6'2''-F) tied the score with a 3 with three seconds left in the first overtime, a game that...   [read more]
Tigers Fall to City Rival Griffins, 71-60 - 2 months ago
The Holy Family University women's basketball team dropped a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) South Division contest to city rival Chestnut Hill College by the score of 71-60 on Tuesday night at Sorgenti Arena. Holy Family led the entire first half after jump-starting the game with back-to-back three-pointers by junior Elizabeth Radley (Hainesport, N.J./Bishop Eustace Prep) and sophomore Anjelai Hayes (Woodbury, N   [read more]


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