The Stars and the Lady Lions continue to represent Oklahoma in the latest NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Top 25 Poll.

Neither team made much of a move this week, holding steady in the rankings.

OCU was in a three-way tie at No. 13 last week and is tied again this week. This time, it’s up a notch to No. 12, and still with Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.), the team the Stars beat in 2014 in the national title game.

Oklahoma City has won four straight and is 6-0 in the Sooner Athletic Conference.

Langston remains ranked 18th for the second straight week after going 1-1 last week, defeating Paul Quinn, but falling to No. 4 Our Lady of the Lake.

The Lady Lions have won six of their last seven.

RANK LAST WEEK^ SCHOOL (First Place Votes) Record TOTAL POINTS
1 2 Campbellsville (Ky.) (5) 17-3 214
T2 1 Westmont (Calif.) (2) 15-2 204
T2 3 Bethel (Tenn.) 16-3 204
4 4 Our Lady of the Lake (Texas) 14-2 200
T5 6 Columbia (Mo.) (2) 18-0 193
T5 5 Carroll (Mont.) 15-2 193
7 9 Shawnee State (Ohio) 17-2 175
8 10 MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) 14-3 172
9 11 Lyon (Ark.) 15-2 163
10 12 Vanguard (Calif.) 11-3 158
11 7 Benedictine (Kan.) 16-2 145
T12 T13 Oklahoma City 9-4 133
T12 T13 Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) 13-5 133
14 8 Montana State-Northern 14-3 130
15 16 The Master’s (Calif.) 14-2 128
T16 17 Pikeville (Ky.) 17-1 106
T16 20 Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) 15-3 106
18 18 Langston (Okla.) 10-3 103
19 21 Talladega (Ala.) 13-3 98
20 13 Xavier (La.) 13-6 94
21 23 Wayland Baptist (Texas) 10-4 74
22 22 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) 15-4 71
23 RV Central Methodist (Mo.) 14-2 69
24 25 Loyola (La.) 12-3 62
25 19 Cumberland (Tenn.) 11-7 40

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