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WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL WEEK 14 D-III RANKINGS: THOMAS MORE REMAIN ON TOP

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL WEEK 14 D-III RANKINGS: THOMAS MORE REMAIN ON TOP

Week 14 Poll: February 22, 2011

USA TODAY ESPN Division III 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.

Senior center Nicole Dickman, Thomas More College

Dropped Out: Medaille College (N.Y.).

Others receiving votes: George Fox University (Ore.) 18; Lewis & Clark College (Ore.) 14; Coe College (Iowa) 9; Medaille College (N.Y.) 6; Western Connecticut State University 6; Johns Hopkins University (Md.) 3.

Week 11 Poll: February 1, 2011

USA TODAY ESPN Division III 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:  Mount St Mary College (N.Y.); Saint Norbert College (Wis.).

Thomas More College

Others receiving votes: Mount St Mary College (N.Y.) 19; Medaille College (N.Y.) 16; Lewis & Clark College (Ore.) 10; Saint Norbert College (Wis.) 9; Baldwin-Wallace College (Ohio) 7; Chapman University (Calif.) 6; University of Puget Sound (Wash.) 4; Simpson College (Iowa) 3; Johns Hopkins University (Md.) 2; Bowdoin College (Maine) 1;

USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION III TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

Week 7 Poll: January 4, 2011

USA TODAY ESPN Division III 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: Denison University (Ohio) 12; Greensboro College (N.C.) 12; Saint Norbert College (Wis.) 12; Johns Hopkins University (Md.) 10; Wartburg College (Iowa) 9; Saint Vincent College (Pa.) 8; Gallaudet University (DC) 6; Medaille College (N.Y.) 6; University of Chicago (Ill.) 5; University of Puget Sound (Wash.) 5; Calvin College (Mich.) 3; Bridgewater College (Va.) 2; University of Wisconsin – La Crosse 1.

USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION III TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

Week 4 Poll: December 14, 2010

USA TODAY ESPN Division III 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.

Sarah Leyman, Amherst senior center, had 10 points and 10 rebounds in the win over Springfield.

Others receiving votes: Western Connecticut State University 20; Saint Vincent College (Pa.) 18; Gallaudet University (DC) 17; Saint Norbert College (Wis.) 17; Denison University (Ohio) 13; Greensboro College (N.C.) 12; University of Texas – Dallas 12; Medaille College (N.Y.) 8; Wisconsin Lutheran College 8; Whitman College (Wash.) 7; Eastern Connecticut State University 6; Johns Hopkins University (Md.) 6; Wartburg College (Iowa) 6; Calvin College (Mich.) 5; Hanover College (Ind.) 1; University of Puget Sound (Wash.) 1.

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Week 3 Poll: December 7, 2010

USA TODAY ESPN Division III 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: Mississippi College 9; Saint Norbert College (Wis.) 9; Gallaudet University (DC) 8; Louisiana College 8; Medaille College (N.Y.) 8; Whitman College (Wash.) 8; Greensboro College (N.C.) 6; Calvin College (Mich.) 5; Johns Hopkins University (Md.) 4; New York University 2.

The USA TODAY ESPN board of coaches is made up of nine head coaches at Division III institutions. All are members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). The 2010-11 board: Nan Carney-DeBord – Non-voting Chair (Ohio Wesleyan University), Doreen Carden (Albion College), Nancy Fahey (Washington University-St. Louis), Julie Fulks (Lewis & Clark College), G.P. Gromacki (Amherst College), Karin Harvey (Montclair State University), Steven Kenner (Emory & Henry College), James Scheible (University of Rochester), and Mike Strong (University of Scranton).

Week 2 Poll: November 30, 2010

USA TODAY ESPN Division III 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.

Rank
Institution- First Place Votes
Previous Rank
Record
Total Points
1
Amherst College (Mass.) -6
1
4-0
198
2
Hope College (Mich.) -2
2
4-0
194
3
Christopher Newport University (Va.)
T6
3-0
177
4
Kean University (N.J.)
5
4-0
175
5
Carthage College (Wis.)
9
5-0
164
6
Washington University (Mo.)
8
3-1
150
7
University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point
3
4-1
136
8
DePauw University (Ind.)
10
3-1
135
9
Mount Union College (Ohio)
11
3-0
133
10
Babson College (Mass.)
12
4-0
125
11
University of Rochester (N.Y.)
13
3-1
119
12
Thomas More College (Ky.)
14
4-0
105
13
Williams College (Mass.)
15
4-0
99
14
Illinois Wesleyan University
T6
2-2
80
15
George Fox University (Ore.)
4
4-2
79
16
College of St Benedict (Minn.)
18
3-0
67
17
University of Wisconsin – La Crosse
22
6-0
63
18
William Paterson University (N.J.)
NR
5-0
60
19
Colby College (Maine)
20
3-0
56
20
Muhlenberg College (Pa.)
NR
4-0
50
21
Saint Vincents College (Pa.)
NR
4-0
34
22
Messiah College (Pa.)
21
3-2
29
23
Lewis & Clark College (Ore.)
T24
3-2
28
24
Gettysburg College (Pa.)
16
3-1
26
25
Whitman College (Wash.)
T24
3-1
19

Dropped Out: Lebanon Valley College (Pa.), Calvin College (Mich.), Western Connecticut State University, Saint Norbert College (Wis.).

Others receiving votes: Lebanon Valley College (Pa.) 18; University of Wisconsin – Whitewater 13; Calvin College (Mich.) 12; New York University 11; Western Connecticut State University 11; Bowdoin College (Maine) 10; DeSales University (Pa.) 7; Medaille College (N.Y.) 6; Simpson College (Iowa) 6; Saint Norbert College (Wis.) 4; Gallaudet University (DC) 1.

The USA TODAY ESPN board of coaches is made up of nine head coaches at Division III institutions. All are members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). The 2010-11 board: Nan Carney-DeBord – Non-voting Chair (Ohio Wesleyan University), Doreen Carden (Albion College), Nancy Fahey (Washington University-St. Louis), Julie Fulks (Lewis & Clark College), G.P. Gromacki (Amherst College), Karin Harvey (Montclair State University), Steven Kenner (Emory & Henry College), James Scheible (University of Rochester), and Mike Strong (University of Scranton).

*Please note that all voters for the DIII poll are required to vote each week between 10 p.m. Sunday and 1 p.m. Tuesday ET.

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Amherst baller celebrate victory (courtesy amherst.com)

Week 1 Poll: November 23, 2010

USA TODAY ESPN Division III 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: Bowdoin College (Maine); University of Mary Washington (Va.).

Others receiving votes: William Paterson University (N.J.) 20; Muhlenberg College (Pa.) 15; Saint Vincents College (Pa.) 14; Bowdoin College (Maine) 10; Medaille College (N.Y.) 9; Rochester Institute of Technology (N.Y.) 9; University of Wisconsin – Whitewater 9; DeSales University (Pa.) 7; Simpson College (Iowa) 6.

The USA TODAY ESPN board of coaches is made up of nine head coaches at Division III institutions. All are members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). The 2010-11 board: Nan Carney-DeBord – Non-voting Chair (Ohio Wesleyan University), Doreen Carden (Albion College), Nancy Fahey (Washington University-St. Louis), Julie Fulks (Lewis & Clark College), G.P. Gromacki (Amherst College), Karin Harvey (Montclair State University), Steven Kenner (Emory & Henry College), James Scheible (University of Rochester), and Mike Strong (University of Scranton).

*Please note that all voters for the DIII poll are required to vote each week between 10 p.m. Sunday and 1 p.m. Tuesday ET.

Previous Weekly Polls

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