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Three MIAA women's basketball teams start season in top 25

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Press Release MIAA:


Emporia State, Central Missouri and Pittsburg State will all start the 2014-15 women's basketball season in the top 25. The Lady Hornets earn the highest ranking picked seventh in the preseason coaches poll.

Central Missouri has been picked 20th with Pittsburg State starting the season in the 24th spot.

Rank

Institution - First Place Votes

Last Year's Final Rank

Last Year's Final Record

Total Points

1

West Texas A&M University - 8

2

32-3

704

2

California St. Polytechnic Univ. - Pomona - 10

6

26-7

644

3

Drury University (Mo.)

5

27-4

618

4

Nova Southeastern University (Fla.) -1

3

29-5

600

5

Bentley University (Mass.) - 11

1

35-0

532

6

Edinboro University (Pa.)

8

27-6

509

7

Emporia State University (Kan.)

7

30-4

503

8

Colorado Mesa University

4

30-2

409

9

Lewis University (Ill.)

18

23-6

404

10

Concordia University (Minn.)

12

28-9

390

11

Limestone College (S.C.)

17

27-6

388

12

Wayne State College (Neb.)

16

28-5

348

13

Gannon University (Pa.)

9

28-4

343

14

University of Tampa (Fla.)

15

24-7

332

15

Harding University (Ark.)

10

29-3

291

16

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

14

26-5

274

17

Wayne State University (Mich.)

NR

23-8

232

18

West Liberty University (W.Va.)

NR

20-11

213

19

Glenville State College (W.Va.)

13

39-4

211

20

University of Central Missouri

11

26-5

182

21

Western Washington University

NR

19-10

181

22

Delta State University (Miss.)

20

24-6

144

23

Rollins College (Fla.)

19

25-7

142

24

Pittsburg State University (Kan.)

NR

23-8

101

T25

Northern State University (S.D.)

24

24-7

80

T25

Virginia State University (Va.)

22

25-3

80

Others Receiving Votes: Academy of Art University (Calif.) 75; Montana State University - Billings 65; Northern Michigan University 56; Shaw University (N.C.) 47; Quincy University (Ill.) 46; Ashland University (Ohio) 41; Union University (Tenn.) 39; Clayton State University (Ga.) 37; University of District of Columbia 37; Simon Fraser University (B.C.) 35; Lenoir-Rhyne University (N.C.) 32; Wingate University (N.C.) 26; Washburn University (Kan.) 24; Bloomfield College (N.J.) 23; Adelphi University (N.Y.) 22; California State University - Chico 22; University of Alaska - Anchorage 21; Midwestern State University (Texas) 20; Armstrong Atlantic State University (Ga.) 18; Stonehill College (Mass.) 17; West Chester University of Pennsylvania 14; Long Island University - LIU Post 12; California State University - Dominguez Hills 11; Fayetteville State University (N.C.) 11; Saint Mary's University (Texas) 11; U. of New Haven (Conn.) 10; Post University (Conn.) 9; Lubbock Christian University (Texas) 8; Minnesota State University - Mankato 8; Tarleton State University (Texas) 8; Tuskegee University (Ala.) 8; University of Charleston (W.Va.) 8; Florida Institute of Technology 7; Texas A&M International University (Texas) 7; University of Indianapolis (Ind.) 7; University of North Georgia 6; Arkansas Tech University 5; University of North Alabama 5; Azusa Pacific University (Calif.) 4; Saint Cloud State University (Minn.) 4; University of Southern Indiana 4; Valdosta State University (Ga.) 4; Black Hills State University (S.D.) 3; California University of Pennsylvania (Pa.) 3; University of California - San Diego 3; Albany State University (Ga.) 2; Benedict College (S.C.) 2; Southwestern Oklahoma State University (Okla.) 2; Truman State University (Mo.) 2; University of New Haven (Conn.) 2; Holy Family University (Pa.) 1.
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