Both Oklahoma City and Langston split on the week and fell in the polls.

OCU (13-6) dropped four spots to No. 18 in this week’s NAIA Division I Womens’ Basketball Coaches’ Top 25 Poll. The Stars beat Mid-America Christian, but lost at SAGU, a team also receiving votes this week.

The Stars have what is likely the biggest game left on the regular season schedule on Thursday night at No. 14 Wayland Baptist.

OCU trails WBU by a game in the Sooner Athletic Conference standings. A win even things up while a loss would make a two-game deficit likely too much to make up with just five games left after that, even though four of them are at home.

Langston, meanwhile, is finally not the 18th ranked team in the country, after four consecutive weeks at that spot. A loss at No. 23 LSU-Shreveport on Saturday cost the Lady Lions two spots in the poll and they now sit at No. 20.

LU (16-4) hosts Paul Quinn on Saturday.

RankLast weekSchool (First-place votes)WonLostPoints
11Our Lady of the Lake (Texas) (7)202218
22Westmont (Calif.)203207
33Campbellsville (Ky.)214203
45Bethel (Tenn.)214193
54Columbia (Mo.) (2)231192
66Lyon (Ark.)212188
77Shawnee State (Ohio)223184
88MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.)194169
99Vanguard (Calif.)164161
1010The Master’s (Calif.)203157
1113Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.)185149
1212Lewis-Clark State (Idaho)194144
1311Carroll (Mont.)184130
1417Wayland Baptist (Texas)164125
1519Talladega (Ala.)193122
1616Central Methodist (Mo.)202119
1720Montana State-Northern185105
1814Oklahoma City136101
1915Pikeville (Ky.)19488
2122Benedictine (Kan.)20480
2221Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)18479
23RVLSU Shreveport (La.)15661
2423Great Falls (Mont.)16858
25RVLoyola (La.)16549