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WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL WEEK 14 D-II RANKINGS: UNDEFEATED CLAYTON STATE LAKERS IS #1

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL WEEK 14 D-II RANKINGS: UNDEFEATED CLAYTON STATE LAKERS IS #1

Week 14 Poll: February 22, 2011

USA TODAY ESPN Division II Top 25 women’s basketball poll, with first-place votes to the right, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

Drameka Griggs-Clayton State Lakers PG (courtesy Clayton athletics)

Dropped Out: Millersville University of Pennsylvania; Rollins College (Fla.); Emporia State University (Kan.).

Others receiving votes: University of Wisconsin – Parkside 43; California State Polytechnic University – Pomona 38; Franklin Pierce University (N.H.) 35; Barton College (N.C.) 34; Millersville University of Pennsylvania 34; Rollins College (Fla.) 16; University of North Alabama 14; Pace University (N.Y.) 11; University of Tampa (Fla.) 11; West Liberty University (W.Va.) 11; Florida Institute of Technology 10; Georgia College & State University 5; College of Saint Rose (N.Y.) 4; Seattle Pacific University (Wash.) 4; Assumption College (Mass.) 3; Indiana University of Pennsylvania 3; California State University – Chico 2; California University of Pennsylvania 2; Emporia State University (Kan.) 2; West Chester University of Pennsylvania 2; Miles College (Ala.) 1; Missouri S & T 1.

Week 12 Poll: February 8, 2011

USA TODAY ESPN Division II Top 25 women’s basketball poll, with first-place votes to the right, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

Dropped Out: California State University – Monterey Bay.

Others receiving votes: West Liberty University (W.Va.) 41; California State University – Monterey Bay 39; Seattle Pacific University (Wash.) 28; Edinboro University (Pa.) 27; Indiana University of Pennsylvania 24; California University of Pennsylvania 23; West Texas A&M University 23; Florida Institute of Technology 21; Franklin Pierce University (N.H.) 21; California State Polytechnic University – Pomona 19; University of Indianapolis (Ind.) 19; Harding University (Ark.) 18; Dominican College (N.Y.) 12; University of Wisconsin – Parkside 12; Pace University (N.Y.) 11; Drury University (Mo.) 9; University of Tampa (Fla.) 8; Fort Valley State University (Ga.) 7; American International College (Mass.) 5; Francis Marion University (S.C.) 5; Georgia College & State University 5; Northwest Nazarene University (Idaho) 5; University of West Alabama 4; Assumption College (Mass.) 3; Augustana College (S.D.) 3; Southeastern Oklahoma State University 3; California State University – Chico 2; California State University – San Bernardino 1; College of Saint Rose (N.Y.) 1; Missouri S & T 1; Ouachita Baptist University (Ark) 1.

Week 11 Poll: February 1, 2011

USA TODAY ESPN Division II Top 25 women’s basketball poll, with first-place votes to the right, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

The unbeaten Lander women’s basketball team (21-0) earned 27 first-place votes and retained the top spot in the USA Today/ESPN Division II Top 25 Coaches Poll for the third straight week.

MISS DOUBLE-DOUBLE - C Shannon McKever - #32 Lander U. 17ppg/11rpg

Others receiving votes: California University of Pennsylvania 53; Johnson C Smith University (N.C.) 48; Seattle Pacific University (Wash.) 46; West Liberty University (W.Va.) 35; Harding University (Ark.) 24; Franklin Pierce University (N.H.) 23; West Texas A&M University 23; Indiana University of Pennsylvania 21; University of Indianapolis (Ind.) 19; Edinboro University (Pa.) 17; University of West Alabama 17; California State Polytechnic University – Pomona 13; Gannon University (Pa.) 13; Florida Institute of Technology 11; Florida Southern College 11; University of Tampa (Fla.) 11; Pace University (N.Y.) 10; Fort Valley State University (Ga.) 8; University of Wisconsin – Parkside 8; Drury University (Mo.) 7; American International College (Mass.) 5; Georgia College & State University 5; Assumption College (Mass.) 3; Francis Marion University (S.C.) 3; Augustana College (S.D.) 2; California State University – Chico 2; Tusculum College (Tenn.) 2; California State University – San Bernardino 1; College of Saint Rose (N.Y.) 1; Colorado Christian University 1.

DELTA STATE REMAINS No. 1

USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION II TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

Week 7 Poll: January 4, 2011

USA TODAY ESPN Division II Top 25 women’s basketball poll, with first-place votes to the right, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

Others receiving votes: Pace University (N.Y.) 72; Metropolitan State College of Denver (Colo.) 65; West Liberty University (W.Va.) 43; West Texas A&M University 36; California University of Pennsylvania 34; University of Indianapolis (Ind.) 34; Johnson C Smith University (N.C.) 23; Quincy University (Ill.) 22; Tarleton State University (Texas) 22; Bowie State University (Md.) 21; Mesa State College (Colo.) 20; Augusta State University (Ga.) 19; University of Tampa (Fla.) 17; North Georgia College & State University 14; University of California – San Diego 14; Shaw University (N.C.) 13; University of Wisconsin – Parkside 13; Southeastern Oklahoma State University 12; University of West Alabama 12; American International College (Mass.) 11; Henderson State University (Ark.) 9; Fort Valley State University (Ga.) 8; Georgia College & State University 8; Drury University (Mo.) 7; Northern Kentucky University 6; Tusculum College (Tenn.) 5; Virginia State University 5; Winona State University (Minn.) 5; Barton College (N.C.) 3; Concordia University (Minn.) 3; Seton Hill University (Pa.) 3; Francis Marion University (S.C.) 2; Minnesota State University – Moorhead 2; California State University – Monterey Bay 1; Florida Southern College 1; Glenville State College (W.Va.) 1; Northwest Missouri State University 1.

USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION II TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

Week 4 Poll: December 14, 2010

USA TODAY ESPN Division II Top 25 Women’s BasketBall poll, with first-place votes to the right, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

Others receiving votes: Dixie State College of Utah 74; Pace University (N.Y.) 70; Metropolitan State College of Denver (Colo.) 59; West Liberty University (W.Va.) 50; California University of Pennsylvania 46; University of Indianapolis (Ind.) 46; Shaw University (N.C.) 31; West Chester University of Pennsylvania 30; Adams State College (Colo.) 22; University of Wisconsin – Parkside 21; Harding University (Ark.) 20; Johnson C Smith University (N.C.) 19; Tarleton State University (Texas) 19; University of California – San Diego 14; Northern Kentucky University 13; American International College (Mass.) 12; Augusta State University (Ga.) 9; Fort Valley State University (Ga.) 9; Virginia State University 9; University of Arkansas – Fort Smith 8; University of Tampa (Fla.) 8; Drury University (Mo.) 7; Barton College (N.C.) 6; Southeastern Oklahoma State University 5; Tusculum College (Tenn.) 5; Northwest Missouri State University 4; Concordia University (Minn.) 3; Florida Southern College 2; Francis Marion University (S.C.) 2; Henderson State University (Ark.) 2; Minnesota State University – Moorhead 2; Seton Hill University (Pa.) 2; Georgia College & State University 1; Southwestern Oklahoma State University 1; West Virginia Wesleyan 1.

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Week 3 Poll: December 7, 2010

USA TODAY ESPN Division II Top 25 women’s basketball poll, with first-place votes to the right, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

Others receiving votes: Seattle Pacific University (Wash.) 129; Bentley University (Mass.) 117; Dixie State College of Utah 69; University of South Carolina – Aiken 53; Metropolitan State College of Denver (Colo.) 42; University of Wisconsin – Parkside 40; Bowie State University (Md.) 33; West Liberty University (W.Va.) 29; West Chester University of Pennsylvania 28; Shaw University (N.C.) 24; Johnson C Smith University (N.C.) 21; Tusculum College (Tenn.) 19; Georgia College & State University 15; Tarleton State University (Texas) 15; Adams State College (Colo.) 14; University of California – San Diego 14; Virginia State University 11; Fort Valley State University (Ga.) 9; Henderson State University (Ark.) 8; University of Tampa (Fla.) 8; Drury University (Mo.) 7; Northern Kentucky University 7; Augusta State University (Ga.) 6; Barton College (N.C.) 6; Francis Marion University (S.C.) 6; Texas Woman’s University 5; Southwestern Oklahoma State University 4; Concordia University (Minn.) 3; Southeastern Oklahoma State University 3; University of Arkansas – Fort Smith 3; Northwest Missouri State University 2; Seton Hill University (Pa.) 2; Stonehill College (Mass.) 2; Florida Southern College 1; University of Central Missouri 1; University of Central Oklahoma 1.

The USA TODAY ESPN board of coaches is made up of 30 head coaches at Division II institutions. All are members of theWomen’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). The 2010-11 board: Carmen Dolfo – Non-voting Chair (Western Washington University), Gloria Bradley (Wayne State University), Mike Brandt (University of South Carolina – Aiken), Lester Butler (University of the District of Columbia), Dennis Cox (Clayton State University), Charity Elliott (University of California – San Diego), Corey Fox (Limestone College), Scott Hyland (Texas A&M University – Kingsville), Chris Kielsmeier (Wayne State College), Angie Kristensen (Dixie State College of Utah), Kelly Kruger (Adams State College), Ferne Labati (Seton Hill University), Shawna Lavender (Abilene Christian University), Jason Martens (Saint Mary’s University, Texas), Patrick Mashuda (Chowan University), Stephen McDonald (Fairmont State University), Ron McHenry (Washburn University), Mark Miller (Holy Family University), Barbara Nelson (Wingate University), Tim O’Hagan (Molloy College), Sandra Rushing (Delta State University), Rick Stein (University of Southern Indiana), Mark Swasey (California University of Pennsylvania), Latricia Trammell (Western State College of Colorado), Julie Van Beek (Seattle Pacific University), Phillip Wallace (Miles College), Dave Wilbers (Arkansas Tech University), Glenn Wilkes (Rollins College), Helen Williams (Merrimack College), and Nancy Winstel (Northern Kentucky University).

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Week 2 Poll: November 30, 2010

USA TODAY ESPN Division II Top 25 women’s basketball poll, with first-place votes to the right, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

Sandra Rushing Head Women's Basketball Coach #1 Delta State University (Miss)

Rank
Institution- First Place Votes
Previous Rank
Record
Total Points
1
Delta State University (Miss.) -21
2
5-0
661
2
Lander University (S.C.) -5
3
6-0
652
3
Fort Lewis College (Colo.) -2
8
5-0
583
4
Washburn University (Kan.)
9
4-0
549
5
Seattle Pacific University (Wash.)
6
2-0
547
6
Arkansas Tech University
1
5-1
509
7
Franklin Pierce University (N.H.)
10
6-0
504
8
Holy Family University (Pa.)
4
3-1
426
9
Clayton State University (Ga.)
13
8-0
422
10
Emporia State University (Kan.)
5
3-1
373
11
University of Indianapolis (Ind.)
7
4-1
367
12
West Texas A&M University
T11
2-1
348
13
Northeastern State University (Okla.)
T14
3-0
336
14
Grand Valley State University (Mich.)
16
4-0
313
15
University of Alaska – Anchorage
T11
5-2
283
16
Millersville University of Pennsylvania
19
4-0
245
17
Augustana College (S.D.)
22
7-0
201
18
Wayne State College (Neb.)
17
3-1
184
19
Michigan Technological University
T14
3-1
162
20
Western Washington University
24
4-0
143
21
California State University – Chico
21
4-0
141
22
Gannon University (Pa.)
18
2-1
139
23
Tusculum College (Tenn.)
23
3-3
128
24
California University of Pennsylvania
NR
3-1
78
25
Francis Marion University (S.C.)
NR
3-0
66

Dropped Out: University of Wisconsin – Parkside; Minnesota State University – Mankato.

Others receiving votes: Rollins College (Fla.) 63; Pace University (N.Y.) 62; University of Wisconsin – Parkside 61; Grand Canyon University (Ariz.) 55; Bentley University (Mass.) 47; Bowie State University (Md.) 31; Georgia College & State University (Ga.) 29; University of California – San Diego 29; University of West Alabama 27; Tarleton State University (Texas) 24; Minnesota State University – Mankato 23; Shaw University (N.C.) 22; Fairmont State University (W.Va.) 20; Concordia University (Minn.) 19; Texas Woman’s University 19; Virginia State University 19; West Liberty University (W.Va.) 19; Dixie State College of Utah 18; Johnson C Smith University (N.C.) 18; Adams State College (Colo.) 16; Colorado School of Mines 15; Wayne State University (Mich.) 15; University of Charleston (W.Va.) 11; University of South Carolina – Aiken 10; Fort Valley State University (Ga.) 9; Barton College (N.C.) 8; University of Southern Indiana 8; University of Tampa (Fla.) 8; Drury University (Mo.) 7; Saint Mary’s University (Texas) 6; Henderson State University (Ark.) 4; Nova Southeastern University (Fla.) 4; Florida Southern College 3; Metropolitan State College of Denver (Colo.) 3; Northwest Missouri State University 3; Stonehill College (Mass.) 3; University of Central Missouri 2.

The USA TODAY ESPN board of coaches is made up of 30 head coaches at Division II institutions. All are members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). The 2010-11 board: Carmen Dolfo – Non-voting Chair (Western Washington University), Gloria Bradley (Wayne State University), Mike Brandt (University of South Carolina – Aiken), Lester Butler (University of the District of Columbia), Dennis Cox (Clayton State University), Charity Elliott (University of California – San Diego), Corey Fox (Limestone College), Scott Hyland (Texas A&M University – Kingsville), Chris Kielsmeier (Wayne State College), Angie Kristensen (Dixie State College of Utah), Kelly Kruger (Adams State College), Ferne Labati (Seton Hill University), Shawna Lavender (Abilene Christian University), Jason Martens (Saint Mary’s University, Texas), Patrick Mashuda (Chowan University), Stephen McDonald (Fairmont State University), Ron McHenry (Washburn University), Mark Miller (Holy Family University), Barbara Nelson (Wingate University), Tim O’Hagan (Molloy College), Sandra Rushing (Delta State University), Rick Stein (University of Southern Indiana), Mark Swasey (California University of Pennsylvania), Latricia Trammell (Western State College of Colorado), Julie Van Beek (Seattle Pacific University), Phillip Wallace (Miles College), Dave Wilbers (Arkansas Tech University), Glenn Wilkes (Rollins College), Helen Williams (Merrimack College), and Nancy Winstel (Northern Kentucky University).

*Please note that all voters for the DII poll are required to vote each week between 8 a.m. Monday and 1 p.m. Tuesday ET.


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Week 1 Poll: November 23, 2010

USA TODAY ESPN Division II Top 25 Women’s Basketball poll, with first-place votes to the right, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

Junior forward Katie Horsman and the Golden Suns retained its hold of the No. 1 ranking this week's first regular season USA Today/ESPN WBCA D-II Coaches' Top 25 Poll. (courtesy of athletics.atu.edu)

Dropped Out: California University of Pennsylvania; Bentley University (Mass.); Fort Valley State University (Ga.); University of Tampa (Fla.); University of California – San Diego; Drury University (Mo.).

Others receiving votes: California University of Pennsylvania 73; Bentley University (Mass.) 63; Francis Marion University (S.C.) 49; Grand Canyon University (Ariz.) 49; Pace University (N.Y.) 40; Fort Valley State University (Ga.) 38; Florida Southern College (Fla.) 36; Rollins College (Fla.) 35; West Liberty University (W.Va.) 35; University of Charleston (W.Va.) 33; University of Tampa (Fla.) 32; Fairmont State University (W.Va.) 31; University of California – San Diego 30; University of Southern Indiana 28; Bowie State University (Md.) 27; Tarleton State University (Texas) 26; Concordia University (Minn.) 23; Drury University (Mo.) 23; Georgia College & State University 22; Harding University (Ark.) 22; Barton College (N.C.) 20; University of South Carolina – Aiken 18; Saint Augustine’s College (N.C.) 17; Adams State College (Colo.) 15; Texas Woman’s University 14; Colorado State University – Pueblo 13; Stonehill College (Mass.) 13; Northern State University (S.D.) 12; Colorado School of Mines 8; Virginia State University 8; Wayne State University (Mich.) 8; Johnson C Smith University (N.C.) 7; Saint Mary’s University (Texas) 7; Nova Southeastern University (Fla.) 6; Augusta State University (Ga.) 4; Carson-Newman College (Tenn.) 4; Shaw University (N.C.) 2; Southeastern Oklahoma State University 2; University of Central Missouri 2; University of Findlay (Ohio) 2; West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 2; Dixie State College of Utah 1; Winston-Salem State University (N.C.) 1.

The USA TODAY ESPN board of coaches is made up of 30 head coaches at Division II institutions. All are members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). The 2010-11 board: Carmen Dolfo – Non-voting Chair (Western Washington University), Gloria Bradley (Wayne State University), Mike Brandt (University of South Carolina – Aiken), Lester Butler (University of the District of Columbia), Dennis Cox (Clayton State University), Charity Elliott (University of California – San Diego), Corey Fox (Limestone College), Scott Hyland (Texas A&M University – Kingsville), Chris Kielsmeier (Wayne State College), Angie Kristensen (Dixie State College of Utah), Kelly Kruger (Adams State College), Ferne Labati (Seton Hill University), Shawna Lavender (Abilene Christian University), Jason Martens (Saint Mary’s University, Texas), Patrick Mashuda (Chowan University), Stephen McDonald (Fairmont State University), Ron McHenry (Washburn University), Mark Miller (Holy Family University), Barbara Nelson (Wingate University), Tim O’Hagan (Molloy College), Sandra Rushing (Delta State University), Rick Stein (University of Southern Indiana), Mark Swasey (California University of Pennsylvania), Latricia Trammell (Western State College of Colorado), Julie Van Beek (Seattle Pacific University), Phillip Wallace (Miles College), Dave Wilbers (Arkansas Tech University), Glenn Wilkes (Rollins College), Helen Williams (Merrimack College), and Nancy Winstel (Northern Kentucky University).

*Please note that all voters for the DII poll are required to vote each week between 8 a.m. Monday and 1 p.m. Tuesday ET.

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