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Lady Tigers still receiving votes in latest national rankings

The Fort Hays State Lady Tigers are still receiving votes in the latest USA Today/WBCA Division II poll. FHSU, who split their two games last week, losing at Washburn and winning at home over Nebraska-Kearney, are receiving three votes.

MIAA leading Emporia State moves up two spots to No. 5. Central Missouri is up one to 11th and Pittsburg State is in at No. 23.

Seven teams from the Central Region are ranked with three others receiving votes.

Complete poll below…

Rank

Institution – First Place Votes

Previous Rank

Record

Points

1

Bentley University (Mass.) -29

1

25-0

773

2

Colorado Mesa University -2

2

24-0

746

3

Harding University (Ark.)

4

25-1

702

4

Gannon University (Pa.)

5

25-2

666

5

Emporia State University (Kan.)

7

25-2

629

6

West Texas A&M University

3

23-2

621

7

Drury University (Mo.)

8

23-2

583

8

Nova Southeastern University (Fla.)

6

21-3

522

9

Wayne State College (Neb.)

11

26-3

499

10

Virginia State University

13

24-1

479

11

University of Central Missouri

12

21-3

477

12

Glenville State College (W.Va.)

9

24-3

455

13

Lewis University (Ill.)

15

21-4

369

14

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

16

22-3

359

15

Cal Poly – Pomona

17

20-4

292

16

Quincy University (Ill.)

10

21-4

271

17

Delta State University (Miss.)

18

20-4

269

18

Rollins College (Fla.)

14

22-5

230

19

Minnesota State University – Mankato

20

21-5

214

20

University of Tampa (Fla.)

NR

20-5

166

21

Northern State University (S.D.)

22

21-5

143

22

University of North Georgia

19

19-5

94

23

Pittsburg State University (Kan.)

NR

21-6

60

T24

Edinboro University (Pa.)

NR

20-5

53

T24

Lenoir-Rhyne University (N.C.)

24

20-5

53

Others Receiving Votes: Wingate University (N.C.) 51; Clayton State University (Ga.) 46; Adelphi University (N.Y.) 40; Montana State University – Billings 27; Tarleton State University (Texas) 26; Wayne State University (Mich.) 26; University of District of Columbia (DC) 22; University of Indianapolis (Ind.) 21; Lee University (Tenn.) 18; Academy of Art University (Calif.) 13; Northwest Nazarene University (Idaho) 12; LIU Post (N.Y.) 11; Columbus State University (Ga.) 6; Limestone College (S.C.) 5; Concordia University (Minn.) 4; Saint Edwards University (Texas) 4; Fort Hays State University (Kan.) 3; Minot State University (N.D.) 3; Texas A&M International University 3; Young Harris College (Ga.) 3; Simon Fraser University (BC) 2; Albany State University (Ga.) 1; Colorado State University – Pueblo 1; Northern Michigan University 1; Philadelphia University (Pa.) 1.

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