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USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION II TOP 25 COACHES' POLL

Week 10 Poll: January 25, 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.

Rank
Institution- First Place Votes
Previous Rank
Record
Total Points
1
Lander University (S.C.) -27
1
19-0
722
2
Clayton State University (Ga.)
3
18-0
682
3
Delta State University (Miss.)
4
16-1
656
4
Fort Lewis College (Colo.) -1
5
17-1
620
5
Arkansas Tech University 
2
14-2
568
6
Wayne State College (Neb.) -1
7
16-1
548
7
Northeastern State University (Okla.)
9
14-2
492
8
Western Washington University
10
15-1
479
9
Washburn University (Kan.)
6
14-2
464
10
Michigan Technological University
8
14-2
403
11
Dixie State College of Utah
13
14-1
369
12
Grand Canyon University (Ariz.)
12
15-2
338
13
Bentley University (Mass.)
18
15-2
308
14
Emporia State University (Kan.)
11
12-4
290
15
Metro State College of Denver (Colo.)
14
16-1
265
16
Quincy University (Ill.)
21
17-1
257
17
University of Alaska - Anchorage
15
15-5
230
18
University of South Carolina - Aiken
17
17-4
212
19
Rollins College (Fla.)
16
16-3
191
20
Millersville University of Pennsylvania
23
13-3
182
21
Holy Family University (Pa.)
22
11-3
175
22
Grand Valley State University (Mich.)
19
13-4
136
T23
Northwest Missouri State University
NR
14-2
109
T23
Tarleton State University (Texas)
25
14-2
109
25
Seattle Pacific University (Wash.)
20
12-4
107


Dropped Out:
  University of Tampa (FL).

Others receiving votes: California State University - Monterey Bay 104; California University of Pennsylvania 45; Johnson C Smith University (N.C.) 41; University of Tampa (Fla.) 32; West Liberty University (W.Va.) 27; Harding University (Ark.) 24; Franklin Pierce University (N.H.) 23; West Texas A&M University 23; University of West Alabama 21; Colorado Christian University 20; Edinboro University (Pa.) 19; University of Indianapolis (Ind.) 18; University of Wisconsin - Parkside 17; Indiana University of Pennsylvania 14; Gannon University (Pa.) 13; American International College (Mass.) 11; Pace University (N.Y.) 11; Fort Valley State University (Ga.) 8; Drury University (Mo.) 7; Glenville State College (W.Va.) 6; Florida Southern College 5; West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5; Assumption College (Mass.) 3; Francis Marion University (S.C.) 3; Augustana College (S.D.) 2; California State Polytechnic University - Pomona 2; California State University - Chico 2; Florida Institute of Technology 2; California State University - San Bernardino 1; Elizabeth City State University (N.C.) 1; Georgia College & State University 1; Missouri S & T 1; Tusculum College (Tenn.) 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.