Cross posting from the Lady Zag Board

From ESPN:

With a month or so of the 2019-20 season in the books, we examined the current men's and women's college basketball rankings and projected NCAA brackets to identify the schools trending toward two special seasons on the hardwood. The Louisville Cardinals -- one of two teams in the top 10 in both men's and women's hoops -- have supplanted former No. 1 Maryland since our previous update, and a total of 10 teams are new to our fresh rankings.

Which schools made our updated list?

6 -- Gonzaga - Previous rank: 9 - Rankings: AP No. 6 (men), AP No. 17 (women)

Men: Gonzaga's lone blemish this season is a neutral-site loss to a Michigan team that made 52% of its 3-point attempts. That's no typo. Per the norm, Mark Few has put together a roster that's generated top-10 efficiency on offense. Since Killian Tillie returned from knee surgery, the team has committed turnovers on just one-tenth of its possessions with the veteran forward on the floor, per HoopLens.com. Surprise, surprise. Gonzaga is really good again. -- Myron Medcalf

Women: Shooting is the name of the game in Spokane. The Zags rank 10th in the country with a 47.7 field goal percentage and seventh with a 40.8 3-point field goal percentage. Leading scorer Jill Townsend makes 96% of her free throws. Their only loss was in overtime to then-No. 3 Stanford, and Gonzaga might not lose again for an extended period if it survives a marquee mid-major matchup with No. 20 Missouri State on Dec. 20. -- Charlie Creme
Entire Top-10 can be found here: https://www.espn.com/mens-college-ba...1001/undefined

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