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Wildcat Women Slip Three Spots To 11th In Nation

Posted: 18 February, 2014

WAYNE - The Wayne State College women’s basketball team slipped three spots to 11th in the USA Today Sports/WBCA Division II Top 25 Coaches’ Poll released Tuesday afternoon by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.  The 24-3 Wildcats received 476 points in voting conducted by various Division II head coaches from across the country.
           
Wayne State split NSIC home games last weekend, defeating then #17 Northern State 67-63 followed by a 61-50 setback Saturday to MSU Moorhead.  The Wildcats conclude the regular season this weekend with road games at Winona State Friday at 6 p.m. and Upper Iowa Saturday at 4 p.m.  WSC holds a one-game lead in the NSIC over #20 Minnesota State entering this weekend’s play.
           
Listed below is the USA Today/Sports Division II Top 25 Coaches Poll:
 
USA TODAY Sports Division II Top 25 Coaches’ Poll (February 18, 2014)
                                                           Previous                            
RankSchool(First-Place Votes)        Rank       Record    Points
1.   Bentley (Mass.) – (30)                         1             23-0         797
2.   Colorado Mesa (2)                              2             23-0         761
3.   West Texas A&M                                5             21-1         725
4.   Harding (Ark.)                                     6             23-1         682
5.   Gannon (Pa.)                                     3             23-2         632
6.   Nova Southeastern (Fla.)                   4             20-2         620
7.   Emporia State (Kan.)                          7             23-2         613
8.   Drury (Mo.)                                         9             21-2         552
9.   Glenville State (W.Va.)                     10            23-2         513
10. Quincy (Ill.)                                       11            21-2         503
11. Wayne State (Neb.)                           8             24-3         476
12. Central Missouri                                  12            20-3         463
13. Virginia State                                     13            21-1         423
14. Rollins College (Fla.)                           18            21-4         319
15. Lewis (Ill.)                                           15            19-4         284
16. Bloomsburg (Pa.)                               20            20-3         275
17. Cal State Poly Pomona                      14            18-4         233
18. Delta State (Miss.)                              16            18-4         210
19. North Georgia                                    23            18-4         181
20. Minnesota State – Mankato               21            19-5         177
21. Wayne State (Mich.)                           19            19-4         152
22. Northern State (S.D.)                          17            19-5         114
23. Indianapolis (Ind.)                              22            20-6         103
24. Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.)                            NR           19-4         94
25. Montana State – Billings                    NR           20-5         71

Others Receiving Votes:
University of District of Columbia (DC) 57; Wingate University (N.C.) 55; University of Tampa (Fla.) 40; Pittsburg State University (Kan.) 37; Edinboro University (Pa.) 34; Clayton State University (Ga.) 33; Simon Fraser University (BC) 23; Fort Hays State University (Kan.) 19; Adelphi University (N.Y.) 18; Lee University (Tenn.) 18; Northwest Nazarene University (Idaho) 12; Academy of Art University (Calif.) 7; California State University - Dominguez Hills 7; Seattle Pacific University (Wash.) 7; Tarleton State University (Texas) 7; LIU Post (N.Y.) 5; Concordia University (Minn.) 4; Philadelphia University (Pa.) 4; Saint Edwards University (Texas) 4; Stonehill College (Mass.) 4; Columbus State University (Ga.) 3; Minot State University (N.D.) 3; Western Washington University 3; Limestone College (S.C.) 2; Texas A&M International University 2.



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