Tuesday, January 20, 2015

JMU-Virginia-Liberty atop new LadySwish rankings

Three CAA Player of the Week awards for Lady Okafor.
The long-overdue LadySwish rankings at last:

1. James Madison (15-2)

No doubt about which team is the best in the state. Enough said.

2. Virginia (13-5)

Cavaliers have a daunting ACC slate ahead.

3. Liberty (12-5)

Karly Buer continues to be a great addition for the Lady Flames, winners of their last six.

4. Richmond (10-7)

Back-to-back overtime losses were painful along with dropping a two-point decision to Penn. Janelle Hubbard continues to play some of the best ball in the state, scoring double figures in her last six games including 15 treys.

5. Hampton (9-9)

Brutal nonconference behind them, it's all MEAC ahead for the five-time defending conference champions.

6. Old Dominion (10-6)

They snagged a pair in Texas, but have a home date with Middle Tennessee, winners of six of last seven, looming on Thursday.

7. George Mason (11-7)

Though no doubt disappointed by the loss at Richmond, Taylor Brown and company have to be happy about defeats of LaSalle and St. Bonaventure.

8. VCU (12-6)

Good ball by the Rams despite the recent loss to Fordham.

9.  Virginia Tech (9-10)

Hokies, who are still seeking first ACC win, have only won once on the road (Providence).

10. William and Mary (7-10)

Too many close ones have slipped away, but not Delaware!

11. Radford (8-9)

Highlanders have won five of their last six.

12. Norfolk State (6-11)

Rae Corbo, we're in awe. And Spartans, rallying from 19 down to beat preseason conference fave North Carolina A&T, we're doubly in awe. NSU is 5-1 in the MEAC.

13. Longwood (2-16)

Tough going for the Lancers continues.

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