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USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION III TOP 25 COACHES' POLL

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.

Rank
Institution- First Place Votes
Previous Rank
Record
Total Points
1
Thomas More College (Ky.) -7
1
19-0
199
2
Kean University (N.J.) -1
2
17-2
185
3
Hope College (Mich.)
3
18-1
182
4
Amherst College (Mass.)
4
19-1
180
5
Babson College (Mass.)
5
19-0
168
6
University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
6
18-2
158
7
Washington University (Mo.)
9
15-3
141
8
Williams College (Mass.)
7
19-1
128
9
Denison University (Ohio)
11
19-0
122
10
Lebanon Valley College (Pa.)
12
18-1
117
11
University of Chicago (Ill.)
14
15-3
110
12
Christopher Newport University (Va.)
15
18-2
102
T13
Greensboro College (N.C.)
16
18-0
97
T13
Illinois Wesleyan University
8
15-4
97
15
DePauw University (Ind.)
17
17-3
93
16
University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
10
16-3
91
17
University of Rochester (N.Y.)
13
14-4
59
18
Louisiana College
T20
17-1
58
19
Gallaudet University (DC)
T20
18-0
52
20
Calvin College (Mich.)
25
17-3
37
21
Saint Vincent College (Pa.)
T22
17-2
34
22
Mount Union College (Ohio)
T22
16-3
33
23
Coe College (Iowa)
NR
17-2
31
24
William Paterson University (N.J.)
19
17-3
25
25
College of St Benedict (Minn.)
18
16-3
24


Dropped Out:
  Mount St Mary College (N.Y.); Saint Norbert College (Wis.).

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.

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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