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    Default College Insider Top 25 Mid-Major Wbb

    Here is College Insider's Mid-Major Top 25 for the week of January 9, 2018.

    Gonzaga is ranked #15 this week and St. Marys moves back into the poll at #19. As far as some of this year's opponents, Belmont stays at #4 with one (1) first place vote. Western Illinois drops out of the top 25 this week and is not just receiving votes.

    Update: January 9th, 2018

    record points previous
    1. FGCU (25) 15-3 766 1 Atlantic Sun
    2. Green Bay (5) 12-2 737 2 Horizon
    3. South Dakota State 12-4 704 3 Summit
    4. Belmont (1) 14-3 667 4 Ohio Valley
    5. Princeton 11-3 607 6 Ivy League
    6. Ball State 13-1 588 7 Mid-American
    7. Mercer 15-2 566 8 Southern
    8. Central Michigan 11-3 513 9 Mid-American
    9. Elon 10-4 481 5 Colonial
    10. UC Davis 12-3 445 12 Big West
    11. Chattanooga 11-5 439 11 Southern
    12. Quinnipiac 10-5 436 17 Metro Atlantic
    13. Wright State 12-4 408 13 Horizon
    14. Northern Colorado 12-3 407 14 Big Sky
    15. Gonzaga 11-4 383 15 West Coast
    16. Buffalo 11-3 352 10 Mid-American
    17. IUPUI 11-3 247 21 Horizon
    18. American 10-4 194 25 Patriot
    19. Saint Mary's 10-5 182 NR West Coast
    20. Drake 9-7 126 NR Missouri Valley
    21. Albany 12-3 122 19 America East
    22. Brown 12-1 115 24 Ivy League
    23. Navy 11-3 113 16 Patriot
    24. South Dakota 11-5 83 NR Summit
    25. Gardner-Webb 12-3 73 NR Big South


    OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: New Hampshire 72, Western Illinois 71, James Madison 35, Drexel 26, Toledo 20, Penn 15, BYU 14, William & Mary 14, Northern Illinois 13, Milwaukee 11, Loyola Marymount 9, Cleveland State 5, South Alabama 4, Weber State 3, Jacksonville 2, Robert Morris 2, Abilene Christian 1, Central Arkansas 1, Bethune-Cookman 1, Hartford 1, Stephen F. Austin 1.


    VOTING PANEL: Kate Peterson Abiad (Cleveland State), Sarah Behn (Brown), Bob Boldon (Ohio), Greg Brown (Lipscomb), Mary Burke (Bryant), Dewayne Burroughs (Coppin State), Keeshawn Carter-Davenport (New Orleans), Misti Cussen (Oral Roberts), Chris Day (Vermont), Jeff Dow (UL Monroe), Jason Flowers (CSNU), James Foster (Chattanooga), Tammy George (USC Upstate), Brian Giorgis (Marist), JD Gravina (Western Illinois), Joe Haigh (St. Francis PA), Jeff Judkins (BYU), Ravon Justice (Prairie View A&M), Caroline McCombs (Stony Brook), Kevin McMillan (UT Martin), Katrina Merriweather (Wright State), Regina Miller (UIC), Mike Morris (Samford), Cathy Nixon (Utah Valley), Sean O'Regan (James Madison), Austin Parkinson (IUPUI), Aaron Roussell (Bucknell), Bernard Scott (Detroit), Seton Soboleski (Idaho State), Todd Steelman (Presbyterian), Cindy Stein (Southern Illinois).

    * Marist head coach Brian Giorgis is the chairman of the Top 25 voting panel for the 2017-18 season.

    NOTE: The Mid-Major Poll is made up of teams from the following conferences: America East, Atlantic Sun, Big Sky, Big South, Big West, Colonial, Horizon, Independents, Ivy, Metro Atlantic, Mid-American, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Southern, Southland, Southwestern, Summit, Sun Belt, West Coast, Western Athletic.
    Article Link: http://www.collegeinsider.com/womens...jor-top-25.php

    ZagDad

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    Drake is getting some love considering their record is only 9-7. Must have a good strength of schedule. I don't remember them knocking off any ranked teams off the top of my head.

    I looked at their schedule. They did beat Iowa St. and had a few near misses against Power 5 conference schools. Thumping Missouri Valley opponents so far.

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    Here is the link to today's ESPN Top 10 Mid-Majors.

    Article Link: http://www.espn.com/womens-college-b...major-rankings

    ESPN only ranks the Top-10 but there are some differences between #4-10.

    ZagDad

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    Here is College Insider's Mid-Major Top 25 for the week of January 23, 2018.

    Gonzaga moved up to #11 this week and St. Marys dropped down in the poll at #18. As far as some of this year's opponents, Belmont stays at #4 with one (1) first place vote. Western Illinois drops out of the top 25 this week and is now just receiving votes.

    Update: January 23rd, 2018

    record points previous
    1. FGCU (26) 18-3 769 1 Atlantic Sun
    2. Green Bay (4) 16-2 738 2 Horizon
    3. South Dakota State 16-4 707 3 Summit
    4. Belmont (1) 18-3 663 4 Ohio Valley
    5. Princeton 13-3 630 5 Ivy League
    6. Central Michigan 15-3 585 6 Mid-American
    7. Mercer 18-2 584 7 Southern
    8. UC Davis 15-3 555 8 Big West
    9. Quinnipiac 15-5 538 9 Metro Atlantic
    10. Buffalo 15-3 483 10 Mid-American
    11. Gonzaga 15-4 477 13 West Coast
    12. Ball State 15-3 386 11 Mid-American
    13. American 15-4 357 15 Patriot
    14. Drake 12-7 341 17 Missouri Valley
    15. IUPUI 15-5 327 14 Horizon
    16. Wright State 15-5 284 12 Horizon
    17. Albany 17-3 283 21 America East
    18. Saint Mary's 13-6 211 16 West Coast
    19. Elon 12-6 188 19 Colonial
    20. Navy 16-3 165 22 Patriot
    21. South Dakota 15-5 118 23 Summit
    22. James Madison 11-7 114 24 Colonial
    23. Northern Colorado 13-5 97 20 Big Sky
    24. Chattanooga 12-7 94 18 Southern
    25. Penn 9-5 92 NR Ivy League

    OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Drexel 63, New Hampshire 62, Brown 27, Milwaukee 25, Western Illinois 21, Robert Morris 19, BYU 15, Toledo 13, Little Rock 10, Montana 10, Missouri State 9, San Diego 9, New Mexico State 8, Jacksonville 4, Stephen F. Austin 4, High Point 3, Weber State 3, Central Arkansas 2, Bethune-Cookman 1, South Alabama 1.

    VOTING PANEL: Kate Peterson Abiad (Cleveland State), Sarah Behn (Brown), Bob Boldon (Ohio), Greg Brown (Lipscomb), Mary Burke (Bryant), Dewayne Burroughs (Coppin State), Keeshawn Carter-Davenport (New Orleans), Misti Cussen (Oral Roberts), Chris Day (Vermont), Jeff Dow (UL Monroe), Jason Flowers (CSNU), James Foster (Chattanooga), Tammy George (USC Upstate), Brian Giorgis (Marist), JD Gravina (Western Illinois), Joe Haigh (St. Francis PA), Jeff Judkins (BYU), Ravon Justice (Prairie View A&M), Caroline McCombs (Stony Brook), Kevin McMillan (UT Martin), Katrina Merriweather (Wright State), Regina Miller (UIC), Mike Morris (Samford), Cathy Nixon (Utah Valley), Sean O'Regan (James Madison), Austin Parkinson (IUPUI), Aaron Roussell (Bucknell), Bernard Scott (Detroit), Seton Soboleski (Idaho State), Todd Steelman (Presbyterian), Cindy Stein (Southern Illinois).

    * Marist head coach Brian Giorgis is the chairman of the Top 25 voting panel for the 2017-18 season.

    NOTE: The Mid-Major Poll is made up of teams from the following conferences: America East, Atlantic Sun, Big Sky, Big South, Big West, Colonial, Horizon, Independents, Ivy, Metro Atlantic, Mid-American, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Southern, Southland, Southwestern, Summit, Sun Belt, West Coast, Western Athletic.

    The CollegeInsider.com Women's Mid-Major Top 25 is now in its 8th season of existence.
    Article Link: http://www.collegeinsider.com/womens...jor-top-25.php

    ZagDad

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    Here is the update for February 6, 2018. Gonzaga moved up another spot to #9 and Belmont has moved up to #2.

    With the winning streak, the Lady Zags have dropped their RPI rating down to 42, Looking good ladies. Let's keep it going.

    Update: February 6th, 2018

    record points previous
    1. Green Bay (28) 20-2 765 2 Horizon
    2. Belmont (1) 22-3 713 3 Ohio Valley
    3. FGCU (1) 21-4 677 1 Atlantic Sun
    4. Central Michigan 18-3 665 5 Mid-American
    5. Mercer 20-2 612 6 Southern
    6. Quinnipiac 19-5 603 8 Metro Atlantic
    7. Princeton 14-4 582 4 Ivy League
    8. South Dakota State 19-5 573 9 Summit
    9. Gonzaga (1) 19-4 525 10 West Coast
    10. UC Davis 18-4 456 7 Big West
    11. South Dakota 20-5 444 15 Summit
    12. Buffalo 17-4 432 11 Mid-American
    13. American 18-4 405 13 Patriot
    14. Drake 16-7 387 14 Missouri Valley
    15. Ball State 18-4 319 12 Mid-American
    16. IUPUI 17-5 282 17 Horizon
    17. Drexel 18-5 258 20 Colonial
    18. Penn 13-5 214 22 Ivy League
    19. Navy 19-4 201 23 Patriot
    20. Saint Mary's 15-8 186 21 West Coast
    21. Albany 19-4 148 16 America East
    22. James Madison 13-8 139 18 Colonial
    23. Robert Morris 17-4 90 24 Northeast
    24. Little Rock 14-8 83 NR Sun Belt
    25. Northern Colorado 15-6 70 35 Big Sky

    OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Chattanooga 44, Elon 43, Wright State 22, BYU 18, Jacksonville 17, Western Illinois 17, Bethune Cookman 16, North Carolina A&T 14, Weber Sstate 12, New Mexico State 9, South Alabama 8, Stephen F Austin 8, Missouri State 7, Saint Francis PA 5, Lamar 3, Cleveland State 1, Liberty 1, Toledo 1.

    VOTING PANEL: Kate Peterson Abiad (Cleveland State), Sarah Behn (Brown), Bob Boldon (Ohio), Greg Brown (Lipscomb), Mary Burke (Bryant), Dewayne Burroughs (Coppin State), Keeshawn Carter-Davenport (New Orleans), Misti Cussen (Oral Roberts), Chris Day (Vermont), Jeff Dow (UL Monroe), Jason Flowers (CSNU), James Foster (Chattanooga), Tammy George (USC Upstate), Brian Giorgis (Marist), JD Gravina (Western Illinois), Joe Haigh (St. Francis PA), Jeff Judkins (BYU), Ravon Justice (Prairie View A&M), Caroline McCombs (Stony Brook), Kevin McMillan (UT Martin), Katrina Merriweather (Wright State), Regina Miller (UIC), Mike Morris (Samford), Cathy Nixon (Utah Valley), Sean O'Regan (James Madison), Austin Parkinson (IUPUI), Aaron Roussell (Bucknell), Bernard Scott (Detroit), Seton Soboleski (Idaho State), Todd Steelman (Presbyterian), Cindy Stein (Southern Illinois).

    * Marist head coach Brian Giorgis is the chairman of the Top 25 voting panel for the 2017-18 season.

    NOTE: The Mid-Major Poll is made up of teams from the following conferences: America East, Atlantic Sun, Big Sky, Big South, Big West, Colonial, Horizon, Independents, Ivy, Metro Atlantic, Mid-American, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Southern, Southland, Southwestern, Summit, Sun Belt, West Coast, Western Athletic.

    Go Zags,

    ZagDad

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