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I must say it was nice to see the Hartford women beat Marist last night. As they have a good rivalry and we have not won in about 5 years it was niceto see.
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That is great win for Hartford! Marist has become a mid major power the past several years. They have even had brushes with a top 25 ranking. Big time win for the program!
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Saw this score last night......congrats lsbal!
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Marist was actually ranked 6th in the Top Ten Mid-Majors

Also great ESPN Article on the Marist game today:

http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...rist-red-foxes
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Depth carries Hawks past Marist
Originally Published: November 13, 2012
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Hartford's Ruthanne Doherty led all scorers Tuesday with 14 points.
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. -- Maybe wins and losses in November don't matter as much as wins and losses in March, especially for programs accustomed to walking the NCAA tournament tight rope out of one-bid conferences.

Maybe the best rivalries are reserved for conference foes that face each other for decades.

But neither calendar nor conference offer much resistance against Hartford senior Alex Hall's take on her team's 64-53 victory against Marist. People don't usually sound like this after a game played a week before Thanksgiving.

"I'm just so excited that we won. It feels like a championship," said Hall, who had lost three previous meetings to Marist. "To come back and get that solid win is awesome."

Sometimes a game matters because both teams believe it does.

On a night when Baylor and Kentucky understandably hogged headlines with their tilt in Waco, two programs that go about their business as well as any in the country, and two coaches who get as much out of their players as any of their ranked peers, played for the sixth season in a row in a rivalry that sums up the best of the mid-major scene. It might also have been the last meeting, at least temporarily, with no game currently in place for the 2013-14 season.

"To me, it's the best nonconference rivalry in the northeast in mid-majors," Marist coach Brian Giorgis said. "I can't think of any other two teams that go at it better than Hartford and Marist. And we just hope it continues."


To be able to play 10 guys significant minutes, where they were all able to contribute something to the game, is big for us we were really good with our first group last year, but we had nothing to turn to in terms of offense when we looked down the bench.

-- Coach Jennifer Rizzotti on Hartford's depth this season
Between them, Hartford's Jennifer Rizzotti and Giorgis have 14 NCAA tournament appearances in 23 seasons, the sum total of appearances for their schools. The rest of the country might not notice when they play, but it matters.

"It's been a great game for us -- win, loss," Rizzotti said. "It tests us, it's a battle to the end, it's never been easy. Like I said, it's good for our kids emotionally. They knew what was at stake because I talk about it. Of all the teams on our schedule, you take away UConn -- and last year maybe you take away Notre Dame -- Marist can compete for being the best team on our nonconference schedule year after year. I've told them that.

"And I told them they need to be up for this game, and they need to find a way to tough it out because we've lost a lot of close ones."

They appeared headed for another close finish for much of Tuesday's game, the lead changing hands eight times in the first half before the teams left the court to a 28-28 tie. Hartford started quickly, but despite uncharacteristic sloppiness, Marist gradually seemed to gain an upper hand through its defensive effort.

That the game changed in part because of some semi-miraculous shots was undeniable -- Englert flung a two-handed attempt from near the top of the key that banked in as the shot clock expired to give Hartford its first lead in the second half at 43-41; and Shanise Bultron banked in a 3-pointer from a step beyond the top of the key to again beat the shot clock and give her team a lead it never surrendered at 46-43. But it wasn't solely good fortune that allowed the Hawks to shoot 64 percent in the second half.

It turned out to be a good shooting night for just about everyone in a Hartford uniform. And everyone is a lot of people.

The Hawks returned all five starters this season, but only three of them started the first two games this season. Both seniors, Hall and Nikkia Smith gave up their starting spots to redshirt freshman Katie Roth and junior Alyssa Englert, not as punishment for poor play but because it makes the team better by making it deeper.

"To be able to play 10 guys significant minutes, where they were all able to contribute something to the game, is big for us," Rizzotti said. "And to have a freshman and a sophomore in the [starting] lineup is a credit to them, but it also makes our bench stronger to have Nikkia and Alex coming off of it. That's something we talked a lot with our coaching staff about, was we were really good with our first group last year, but we had nothing to turn to in terms of offense when we looked down the bench."

The stronger second unit also allows Rizzotti to manage the minutes of Ruthanne Doherty and Daphne Elliott, the team's two best players but players who are more efficient when they get some breathers. Doherty led all scorers with 14 points, hitting 5-of-6 shots down the stretch after a 1-of-7 start. Marist's youth appeared to be a bigger factor than fatigue when the game slipped out of reach in the final 10 minutes, but it didn't hurt Hartford to have depth.

In the end, as hard and as well as it played defense in the first half and as hard as it competed all night, Marist looked like a wounded team. Earlier in the day, redshirt sophomore Tori Jarosz learned she would miss 3-to-6 months, almost certainly ending her season, with a wrist injury that nobody had any idea would be that serious when she sustained it in an opening win against Vermont. A 6-foot-3 athletic post player who transferred from Vanderbilt and earned preseason all-conference honors in the MAAC without ever having played a game in the league, Jarosz represented the kind of difference-making talent that usually bypasses programs like these.

Adding to the woes, 6-foot-5 freshman Delaney Hollenbeck also is sidelined by injury. After the game, Giorgis suggested that a redshirt season remains a possibility.

"We went in thinking that we would be able to, size-wise, match up with a lot of people," Giorgis said. "Now we don't match up size-wise. But the thing is, like I tell our kids, we're still 0-0. We're still a one-bid conference for the most part, and you just hope that you learn from this. And to me, there are a lot more positives than negatives out of this game. I'm proud of them."

Whether the Red Foxes get their own shot at redemption next season depends on Hartford. Rizzoitti said after the game she wants to continue the series, and it likely wouldn't suffer worse than a one-year hiatus, but she needs to find more home games next season and is a proponent of mixing up opponents after a five- or six-year stretch.

It would be a shame if it doesn't happen. All you had to do to know what this one meant was listen.

"Marist is a team that, they're really consistent every year, if you look at their stats, if you look at how they finish the postseason," Doherty said. "For us to get this early win, just really boosts our fire."

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Also the Top Ten Mid-Majors:

http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...d-major-top-10
Delaware on top of mid-major poll
Originally Published: November 9, 2012
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BYU's Haley Steed is a Lieberman award nominee, which honors the nation's top point guard.
The 2011-12 season is going to be a hard act to follow for the mid-major community.

By the time last season came to a close, Delaware and Green Bay occupied places in the top 10 and their respective stars, Elena Delle Donne and Julie Wojta, occupied places on the Associated Press All-America teams. Arguably the most mid-major school in the semi-major Atlantic 10, St. Bonaventure ran the table in its league, reached the Sweet 16 in the NCAA tournament and was ranked in the Top 25, where it was joined by Ivy League power Princeton. There was yet another Sweet 16 appearance for Gonzaga and another first-round upset by Marist, this time against Georgia.

The new season begins with Delle Donne still wearing Delaware blue, but many of last season's other mid-major stars no longer around. Time will tell if that means new teams emerge, or if new faces step forward in familiar places.

Just to go over the ground rules again, all conferences other than the ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Pac-12 and SEC are eligible for consideration in espnW's Mid-Major Top 10.



1. Delaware (Colonial, 31-2 last season): There is a lot of talk about one player, and for good reason, but the Blue Hens return seven of the eight players who averaged double-digit minutes a season ago. Delle Donne's value needs no explanation at this point, but the All-American's preseason disclosure that she is dealing with a recurrence of Lyme disease only underscores the preexisting reality that Delaware needs more from the supporting cast if it is to go from a team that can get to the second round of the NCAA tournament to a team that can get to New Orleans.

Two players to watch: Danielle Parker and Lauren Carra. If Parker (8.6 points, 7.5 rebounds per game) becomes a consistent secondary scorer and Carra (31.9 percent 3-point shooting) becomes more accurate as a relief valve, big things await. Beyond the Preseason WNIT, Delaware has big home games against Princeton and Maryland.

2. Middle Tennessee (Sun Belt, 26-7): Continuity is a mid-major program's best friend, and no program has more of it than Middle Tennessee this season. The Blue Raiders return 99 percent of their scoring from a team that beat Kentucky in the regular season and gave Vanderbilt a good run on the latter team's own court in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The names to know are Kortni Jones, Ebony Rowe and Icelyn Elie, who combined to average 46.8 points, 20.9 rebounds and 7.5 assists per game last season. That trio also averaged 5.9 steals per game between them, spearheading a defense in coach Rick Insell's high-speed system that forced 20.9 turnovers per game.

A possible mid-major showdown against Delaware in the Preseason WNIT would be fun to watch, and regularly scheduled tests await against Tennessee and Kentucky on the road.

3. BYU (West Coast, 26-7): This could be the best BYU team in quite some time. To be sure, it's probably worth asking Haley Steed, the outstanding point guard and Nancy Lieberman Award finalist who begins her seventh season in Provo (injuries derailed her first three attempts). The rest of the lineup isn't quite that experienced, but it does look a lot like the group that won 26 games last season. Leading scorer Kristen Riley is gone, but three of the top four scorers, all of whom averaged between 9.5 and 11.4 points per game, return in Lexi Eaton, Jennifer Hamson and Kim Parker Beeston. The Cougars also regain the services of forward Keilani Unga, a former starter who last played during the 2009-10 season and has since had two children with husband and former BYU football player Harvey Unga.

The biggest problem is a schedule that doesn't provide many opportunities to turn heads -- or build RPI strength -- before conference play.

4. Gonzaga (West Coast, 28-6): First, Gonzaga had to replace Heather Bowman and Vivian Frieson. Then it was Courtney Vandersloot. Now it's Katelan Redmon and Kayla Standish. And for the first time since all of that began, for the first time since the 2007-08 season, Gonzaga isn't the preseason favorite in the WCC. But don't count out the Bulldogs, picked to finish behind BYU. Kelly Bowen is also gone, but the returning backcourt of Taelor Karr and Haiden Palmer is a foundation to build around, especially with Jazmine Redmon (no relation to Katelan) likely to join them after spending much of last season as the sixth woman. Those three finished last season with 160 more assists than turnovers for a team that makes a habit of ranking among the best in valuing the ball.

If some combination of 6-foot-5 Shelby Cheslek, 6-4 Sunny Greinacher and 6-3 Stephanie Golden break through in the post, the end of the season might have a distinctly familiar look.

5. Princeton (Ivy League, 24-5): Harvard could make things interesting with 6-4 former McDonald's All-American Temi Fagbenle taking the court this season, but Princeton plays the game at a different level than the rest of a conference the Tigers are 41-1 against the past three seasons. Princeton will have a new offensive look this season without reliable low-post presence Devona Allgood and also needs to replace her classmate Lauren Edwards, the team's second leading scorer as a senior. But the Tigers still have one of the best mid-major players in the country in senior Niveen Rasheed, who led the team in points, rebounds, assists and steals last season, and senior point guard Lauren Polansky, already a two-time conference defensive player of the year. They also have the kind of recruiting class rarely seen in the Ivy League, a group that at the very least should provide immediate depth.

The new arrivals need to acclimate quickly; Princeton plays at Marist in the second week of the season and faces UCLA, Rutgers, Hofstra, Delaware, Villanova, Illinois State and DePaul before Christmas.

6. Marist (MAAC, 26-8): It might take some time, perhaps more than the Red Foxes have before trips to Oklahoma and Kentucky and neutral-site games against Connecticut and Purdue in the season's first two months. But there are the ingredients here for something special even by the standards of this program. The losses are significant -- Corielle Yarde and Brandy Gang, the team's two leading scorers last season -- but experience remains in juniors Leanne Ockenden, Casey Dulin and senior Kelsey Beynnon, all starters last season. Much of the buzz in Poughkeepsie centers on 6-3 redshirt sophomore Tori Jarosz, eligible after sitting out last season following a transfer from Vanderbilt. Coach Brian Giorgis also loves his freshman class, which includes potential instant-impact players Sydney Coffey, daughter of former NBA player Richard Coffey, and Madeline Blais and 6-5 Delaney Hollenbeck, another asset if she's healthy.

7. Green Bay (Horizon, 31-2): The best player in program history is gone, but the coach who recruited her is back, a development that ought to at least make Green Bay one of the most interesting teams to follow. After a season in which the Phoenix spent a lot of time ranked in the top 10 and came within seconds of a second consecutive Sweet 16 appearance, Wojta took her All-American accolades to the professional ranks and Matt Bollant took the coaching job at Illinois. Cue a second act for Kevin Borseth, the man who lifted the program to new heights at the Division I level before Bollant added a few more floors. In Lydia Bauer, Sarah Eichler, Megan Lukan and Adrian Ritchie, Green Bay still has a core that contributed a lot of minutes to the NCAA tournament runs of the past two seasons. They're also the kind of kids likely to buy into Borseth's system without reservation, but there will be an adjustment process without Wojta and Bollant.

8. San Diego State (Mountain West, 25-7): The Aztecs fell off the radar after opening last season 4-4, including losses against Portland and city rival University of San Diego, but they hit their stride and gave LSU a fight in an NCAA tournament first-round game in Baton Rouge. The all-transfer backcourt of Courtney Clements (Arizona) and Chelsea Hopkins (Duke) did much of the heavy lifting, with Clements averaging 17.4 points per game and Hopkins averaging 6.5 assists per game with more than twice as many assists as turnovers. Both are back, and coach Beth Burns offered up the prediction that fellow returnee Malia Nahinu, a 6-6 senior center who blocked 4.9 shots per 40 minutes last season would work her way into WNBA draft consideration by the end of the season. San Diego State gets a chance to prove itself right away when it opens the season at UCLA on Saturday.

9. Davidson (Southern, 22-10): Preseason polls always seem to lean toward rehashing the past more than predicting the future. Hopefully that isn't the case for the teams above, but it's nice to see a new face on the list. Regular-season champion in the Southern Conference a season ago, Davidson had to settle for the WNIT after losing in the conference tournament. But with 12 returning players, third-year coach Michele Savage has a team capable of even better. The list of returnees includes reigning SoCon player of the year Sophia Aleksandravicius, a 6-5 New Yorker who averaged 13.8 points, 8.9 rebounds and 2.9 blocks per game last season, and leading scorer Laura Murray. Davidson will sink or swim out of the gates, opening against North Carolina in the Preseason WNIT and coming out of that tournament with a game at Rutgers over Thanksgiving week (trips to Miami and Tennessee loom in December).

10. Tennessee-Martin (Ohio Valley, 23-9): The best backcourt in Tennessee? It's a crowded competition when you look at the rosters of Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Middle Tennessee, but Tennessee-Martin isn't giving ground to any of them with Heather Butler and Jasmine Newsome. Those two combined to average 43.4 points and 9.4 assists per game last season, with Butler hitting more than three 3-pointers per game at a 42 percent clip and Newsome among national leaders in assist-to-turnover ratio. Freshman Cortrice Golden, referred to even in official university recaps as "Big Baby," could lend some rebounding muscle to a lineup that ceded the advantage on the boards to opponents last season. It could be a rough November -- the Skyhawks face Baylor, Stanford and Louisville in succession at one point -- but the team is for real.

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Hartford's RPI #23

I know it's early, but the win over Marist really helped the RPI #23

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1 Fordham 2-0 1.0000 1 1.0000 Atl10 0-0
2 Seton Hall 2-0 1.0000 2 1.0000 Bige 0-0
3 Boise St. 2-0 0.9375 4 0.9167 Mwest 0-0
4 Michigan 2-0 0.9375 5 0.9167 Big10 0-0
5 Northwestern 2-0 0.9375 6 0.9167 Big10 0-0
6 Florida 2-0 0.9375 7 0.9167 Sec 0-0
7 Arizona 2-0 0.8750 15 0.8333 Pac12 0-0
8 Texas 2-0 0.8750 18 0.8333 Big12 0-0
9 N.C. St. 2-0 0.8750 23 0.8333 Acc 0-0
10 Ohio 1-0 0.8750 24 0.8333 Midam 0-0
11 Central Conn. St. 2-0 0.8750 25 0.8333 Neast 0-0
12 Chattanooga 1-0 0.8750 26 0.8333 South 0-0
13 Connecticut 1-0 0.8750 31 0.8333 Bige 0-0
14 N.J.I.T. 1-1 0.8625 3 0.9167 Indp 0-0
15 Cent. Michigan 1-1 0.8000 16 0.8333 Midam 0-0
16 Fairfield 1-1 0.7500 8 0.8333 Maac 0-0
17 Montana St. 2-0 0.7500 47 0.6667 Bsky 0-0
18 Washington 1-0 0.7500 48 0.6667 Pac12 0-0
19 Gonzaga 2-0 0.7500 52 0.6667 Wcc 0-0
20 Detroit 1-1 0.7500 10 0.8333 Horiz 0-0
21 TX San Antonio 1-0 0.7500 55 0.6667 Wac 0-0
22 Nevada 1-0 0.7500 58 0.6667 Mwest 0-0
23 Hartford 2-0 0.7500 60 0.6667 Aeast 0-0
24 Mizzou KC 1-0 0.7500 61 0.6667 Summit 0-0
25 Campbell 1-0 0.7500 63 0.6667 Bsou 0-0
26 North Dakota St 1-1 0.7500 19 0.8333 Summit 0-0
27 Lafayette 1-1 0.7500 20 0.8333 Patr 0-0
28 Furman 1-0 0.7500 65 0.6667 South 0-0
29 Florida A&M 1-0 0.7500 66 0.6667 Meac 0-0
30 Valparaiso 1-0 0.7500 67 0.6667 Horiz 0-0
31 St. Francis (NY) 1-0 0.7500 69 0.6667 Neast 0-0
32 Towson 2-0 0.7500 70 0.6667 Coln 0-0
33 Marquette 1-0 0.7500 71 0.6667 Bige 0-0
34 West Virginia 2-0 0.7500 75 0.6667 Big12 0-0
35 Wisconsin 1-0 0.7500 76 0.6667 Big10 0-0
36 Illinois 1-0 0.7500 80 0.6667 Big10 0-0
37 Cornell 1-1 0.7500 34 0.8333 Ivy 0-0
38 Villanova 1-1 0.7188 35 0.7500 Bige 0-0
39 Albany 1-1 0.7000 32 0.8333 Aeast 0-0
40 Minnesota 2-0 0.6875 81 0.5833 Big10 0-0
41 Morgan St. 1-1 0.6875 36 0.7500 Meac 0-0
42 UC Riverside 1-1 0.6875 37 0.7500 Bigw 0-0
43 Texas St. 2-0 0.6875 82 0.5833 Wac 0-0
44 Brigham Young 2-0 0.6875 84 0.5833 Wcc 0-0
45 Georgetown 2-0 0.6875 85 0.5833 Bige 0-0
46 Baylor 2-0 0.6875 86 0.5833 Big12 0-0
47 North Carolina 2-0 0.6875 87 0.5833 Acc 0-0
48 Dayton 2-0 0.6875 88 0.5833 Atl10 0-0
49 Marshall 1-1 0.6875 41 0.7500 Cusa 0-0
50 Iowa 2-0 0.6875 89 0.5833 Big10 0-0
51 Hampton 2-0 0.6875 90 0.5833 Meac 0-0
52 Oklahoma St. 2-0 0.6875 91 0.5833 Big12 0-0
53 St. Bonaventure 2-0 0.6875 92 0.5833 Atl10 0-0
54 Marist 1-1 0.6875 45 0.7500 Maac 0-0
55 South Carolina 2-0 0.6875 93 0.5833 Sec 0-0
56 Stanford 2-0 0.6875 94 0.5833 Pac12 0-0
57 Miami (FL) 2-0 0.6875 95 0.5833 Acc 0-0
58 Youngstown St. 2-0 0.6458 99 0.5278 Horiz 0-0
59 DePaul 1-1 0.6375 39 0.7500 Bige 0-0
60 Boston U. 1-1 0.6375 40 0.7500 Aeast 0-0
61 Colorado St. 1-1 0.6375 42 0.7500 Mwest 0-0
62 Richmond 1-1 0.6375 43 0.7500 Atl10 0-0
63 Oakland 2-0 0.6250 100 0.5000 Summit 0-0
64 Weber St. 0-1 0.6250 9 0.8333 Bsky 0-0
65 Iona 2-0 0.6250 105 0.5000 Maac 0-0
66 USC 0-1 0.6250 11 0.8333 Pac12 0-0
67 Northern Illinois 0-1 0.6250 12 0.8333 Midam 0-0
68 Middle Tenn. St. 2-0 0.6250 106 0.5000 Sbelt 0-0
69 Southern Miss 0-1 0.6250 13 0.8333 Cusa 0-0
70 Fresno St. 0-1 0.6250 14 0.8333 Mwest 0-0
71 Indiana St. 2-0 0.6250 108 0.5000 Mvc 0-0
72 Nebraska 2-0 0.6250 109 0.5000 Big10 0-0
73 Davidson 0-1 0.6250 17 0.8333 South 0-0
74 Manhattan 0-1 0.6250 21 0.8333 Maac 0-0
75 Binghamton 0-1 0.6250 22 0.8333 Aeast 0-0
76 Lamar 0-1 0.6250 27 0.8333 Sland 0-0
77 N.C. Wilmington 0-1 0.6250 28 0.8333 Coln 0-0
78 Missouri State 0-1 0.6250 29 0.8333 Mvc 0-0
79 Sacred Heart 0-1 0.6250 30 0.8333 Neast 0-0
80 North Texas 0-1 0.6250 33 0.8333 Sbelt 0-0
81 Wofford 1-1 0.5729 96 0.5556 South 0-0
82 Auburn 1-1 0.5729 97 0.5556 Sec 0-0
83 Louisiana Tech 0-2 0.5625 38 0.7500 Wac 0-0
84 Hofstra 1-1 0.5625 83 0.5833 Coln 0-0
85 Denver 0-2 0.5625 44 0.7500 Wac 0-0
86 Loyola (MD) 0-2 0.5625 46 0.7500 Maac 0-0
87 Tennessee 1-1 0.5500 115 0.5000 Sec 0-0
88 Georgia St. 1-1 0.5500 117 0.5000 Coln 0-0
89 Pittsburgh 2-1 0.5321 98 0.5556 Bige 0-0
90 St. John's 1-1 0.5208 107 0.5000 Bige 0-0
91 CSU Bakersfield 1-1 0.5000 101 0.5000 Indp 0-0
92 Massachusetts 1-1 0.5000 102 0.5000 Atl10 0-0
93 Charleston 1-1 0.5000 103 0.5000 South 0-0
94 LA Monroe 0-2 0.5000 49 0.6667 Sbelt 0-0
95 Southern Utah 0-1 0.5000 50 0.6667 Bsky 0-0
96 Austin Peay 0-1 0.5000 51 0.6667 Ovc 0-0
97 Tenn-Martin 1-1 0.5000 104 0.5000 Ovc 0-0
98 AR Pine Bluff 0-1 0.5000 53 0.6667 Swac 0-0
99 Virginia Tech 0-1 0.5000 54 0.6667 Acc 0-0
100 Utah 2-0 0.5000 149 0.3333 Pac12 0-0
101 South Alabama 2-0 0.5000 152 0.3333 Sbelt 0-0
102 McNeese St. 0-1 0.5000 56 0.6667 Sland 0-0
103 Alabama A&M 0-1 0.5000 57 0.6667 Swac 0-0
104 Rider 1-1 0.5000 111 0.5000 Maac 0-0
105 UAB 2-0 0.5000 155 0.3333 Cusa 0-0
106 Miami (OH) 0-1 0.5000 59 0.6667 Midam 0-0
107 Mount St. Mary's 0-1 0.5000 62 0.6667 Neast 0-0
108 Cleveland St. 1-1 0.5000 112 0.5000 Horiz 0-0
109 Jacksonville St. 0-1 0.5000 64 0.6667 Ovc 0-0
110 Saint Louis 0-1 0.5000 68 0.6667 Atl10 0-0
111 Seattle 0-1 0.5000 72 0.6667 Wac 0-0
112 Texas Southern 0-1 0.5000 73 0.6667 Swac 0-0
113 Texas A&M 0-1 0.5000 74 0.6667 Sec 0-0
114 Pacific 2-0 0.5000 159 0.3333 Bigw 0-0
115 Tulane 2-0 0.5000 160 0.3333 Cusa 0-0
116 Eastern Wash. 0-1 0.5000 77 0.6667 Bsky 0-0
117 Maryland 2-0 0.5000 161 0.3333 Acc 0-0
118 Tennessee St. 0-1 0.5000 78 0.6667 Ovc 0-0
119 Houston Baptist 0-1 0.5000 79 0.6667 Indp 0-0
120 Cal Poly 1-1 0.4875 122 0.4167 Bigw 0-0
121 Belmont 1-1 0.4875 124 0.4167 Ovc 0-0
122 Mississippi St. 1-1 0.4500 110 0.5000 Sec 0-0
123 Xavier 1-1 0.4500 113 0.5000 Atl10 0-0
124 Utah Valley 1-1 0.4500 114 0.5000 Indp 0-0
125 UNLV 1-1 0.4500 116 0.5000 Mwest 0-0
126 Rhode Island 1-1 0.4500 118 0.5000 Atl10 0-0
127 Dartmouth 1-1 0.4375 119 0.4167 Ivy 0-0
128 George Mason 1-1 0.4375 126 0.4167 Coln 0-0
129 Duquesne 1-1 0.4375 128 0.4167 Atl10 0-0
130 Elon 1-1 0.4375 129 0.4167 South 0-0
131 Alabama 2-0 0.4375 165 0.2500 Sec 0-0
132 Stephen F. Austin 2-0 0.4375 166 0.2500 Sland 0-0
133 Kentucky 1-1 0.4375 131 0.4167 Sec 0-0
134 South. Methodist 2-0 0.4375 167 0.2500 Cusa 0-0
135 Niagara 1-1 0.4375 133 0.4167 Maac 0-0
136 Kansas St. 2-0 0.4375 168 0.2500 Big12 0-0
137 Temple 1-1 0.4375 134 0.4167 Atl10 0-0
138 Old Dominion 2-0 0.4375 170 0.2500 Coln 0-0
139 Vanderbilt 2-0 0.4375 172 0.2500 Sec 0-0
140 Memphis 1-1 0.4375 138 0.4167 Cusa 0-0
141 Illinois St. 1-1 0.4375 140 0.4167 Mvc 0-0
142 Missouri 2-0 0.4375 173 0.2500 Sec 0-0
143 Louisville 2-0 0.4375 174 0.2500 Bige 0-0
144 Siena 1-1 0.3958 144 0.3611 Maac 0-0
145 Santa Clara 1-1 0.3875 132 0.4167 Wcc 0-0
146 Long Beach St. 1-1 0.3875 135 0.4167 Bigw 0-0
147 Delaware 1-1 0.3875 139 0.4167 Coln 0-0
148 Florida Intl. 1-0 0.3750 175 0.1667 Sbelt 0-0
149 West. Michigan 1-0 0.3750 182 0.1667 Midam 0-0
150 Nebraska Omaha 1-0 0.3750 183 0.1667 Summit 0-0
151 South Florida 2-0 0.3750 187 0.1667 Bige 0-0
152 Norfolk St. 1-0 0.3750 191 0.1667 Meac 0-0
153 Kansas 1-0 0.3750 196 0.1667 Big12 0-0
154 CSU Northridge 1-0 0.3750 197 0.1667 Bigw 0-0
155 Northwestern St. 1-0 0.3750 200 0.1667 Sland 0-0
156 Presbyterian 1-0 0.3750 206 0.1667 Bsou 0-0
157 Quinnipiac 1-0 0.3750 211 0.1667 Neast 0-0
158 Virginia 2-0 0.3750 216 0.1667 Acc 0-0
159 Rice 1-0 0.3750 218 0.1667 Cusa 0-0
160 Gardner-Webb 1-0 0.3750 223 0.1667 Bsou 0-0
161 Purdue 1-0 0.3750 224 0.1667 Big10 0-0
162 Wisc. Milwaukee 1-1 0.3625 164 0.2500 Horiz 0-0
163 Syracuse 2-0 0.3542 231 0.1389 Bige 0-0
164 Buffalo 0-2 0.3125 120 0.4167 Midam 0-0
165 Navy 0-2 0.3125 121 0.4167 Patr 0-0
166 N.C. A&T 0-2 0.3125 123 0.4167 Meac 0-0
167 East Carolina 1-0 0.3125 234 0.0833 Cusa 0-0
168 American U. 0-2 0.3125 125 0.4167 Patr 0-0
169 Miss. Valley St. 0-2 0.3125 127 0.4167 Swac 0-0
170 South Dakota St 1-1 0.3125 163 0.2500 Summit 0-0
171 Houston 0-2 0.3125 130 0.4167 Cusa 0-0
172 Canisius 1-1 0.3125 169 0.2500 Maac 0-0
173 Stetson 0-2 0.3125 136 0.4167 Atsun 0-0
174 Nicholls St. 1-1 0.3125 171 0.2500 Sland 0-0
175 Kennesaw St. 0-2 0.3125 137 0.4167 Atsun 0-0
176 North Florida 0-2 0.3125 141 0.4167 Atsun 0-0
177 Washington St. 0-2 0.3125 142 0.4167 Pac12 0-0
178 Harvard 1-1 0.3000 177 0.1667 Ivy 0-0
179 Long Island 1-1 0.3000 185 0.1667 Neast 0-0
180 Loyola (IL) 1-1 0.3000 193 0.1667 Horiz 0-0
181 Indiana 1-1 0.3000 198 0.1667 Big10 0-0
182 Evansville 1-1 0.3000 207 0.1667 Mvc 0-0
183 Butler 1-1 0.3000 210 0.1667 Atl10 0-0
184 Radford 1-1 0.3000 225 0.1667 Bsou 0-0
185 Boston College 1-1 0.3000 227 0.1667 Acc 0-0
186 St. Mary's 1-1 0.2812 204 0.1667 Wcc 0-0
187 Fairleigh Dickinson 0-2 0.2812 143 0.3750 Neast 0-0
188 Yale 1-0 0.2500 241 0.0000 Ivy 0-0
189 Chicago St. 0-2 0.2500 145 0.3333 Indp 0-0
190 SIU-Edwardsville 1-0 0.2500 242 0.0000 Ovc 0-0
191 Longwood 1-1 0.2500 178 0.1667 Bsou 0-0
192 Akron 1-0 0.2500 248 0.0000 Midam 0-0
193 Florida Atlantic 1-0 0.2500 249 0.0000 Sbelt 0-0
194 Clemson 0-2 0.2500 146 0.3333 Acc 0-0
195 SE Missouri St. 1-1 0.2500 181 0.1667 Ovc 0-0
196 Prairie View A&M 0-2 0.2500 147 0.3333 Swac 0-0
197 LSU 1-0 0.2500 255 0.0000 Sec 0-0
198 High Point 1-1 0.2500 184 0.1667 Bsou 0-0
199 UCLA 1-0 0.2500 257 0.0000 Pac12 0-0
200 Arkansas 1-0 0.2500 259 0.0000 Sec 0-0
201 Northern Colorado 1-1 0.2500 190 0.1667 Bsky 0-0
202 Idaho St. 0-2 0.2500 148 0.3333 Bsky 0-0
203 Colorado 1-0 0.2500 272 0.0000 Pac12 0-0
204 UTEP 1-0 0.2500 273 0.0000 Cusa 0-0
205 Wake Forest 1-0 0.2500 274 0.0000 Acc 0-0
206 New Mexico 1-0 0.2500 276 0.0000 Mwest 0-0
207 Alcorn St. 0-2 0.2500 150 0.3333 Swac 0-0
208 Portland 0-2 0.2500 151 0.3333 Wcc 0-0
209 Vermont 1-1 0.2500 201 0.1667 Aeast 0-0
210 Oral Roberts 1-0 0.2500 282 0.0000 Summit 0-0
211 Wyoming 1-0 0.2500 283 0.0000 Mwest 0-0
212 Mississippi 1-0 0.2500 284 0.0000 Sec 0-0
213 Charleston S. 1-0 0.2500 286 0.0000 Bsou 0-0
214 Lipscomb 0-2 0.2500 153 0.3333 Atsun 0-0
215 South Carolina-Upstate 0-2 0.2500 154 0.3333 Atsun 0-0
216 Georgia 1-0 0.2500 291 0.0000 Sec 0-0
217 Drexel 1-0 0.2500 293 0.0000 Coln 0-0
218 San Francisco 1-0 0.2500 299 0.0000 Wcc 0-0
219 Oklahoma 1-0 0.2500 300 0.0000 Big12 0-0
220 LA Lafayette 1-0 0.2500 301 0.0000 Sbelt 0-0
221 Toledo 1-0 0.2500 302 0.0000 Midam 0-0
222 Pepperdine 1-1 0.2500 208 0.1667 Wcc 0-0
223 Bradley 1-1 0.2500 209 0.1667 Mvc 0-0
224 New Mexico St. 1-0 0.2500 308 0.0000 Wac 0-0
225 Pennsylvania 0-2 0.2500 156 0.3333 Ivy 0-0
226 Western Carolina 1-1 0.2500 212 0.1667 South 0-0
227 MD Baltimore Cty. 1-1 0.2500 213 0.1667 Aeast 0-0
228 West. Kentucky 1-0 0.2500 310 0.0000 Sbelt 0-0
229 Texas Pan Amer. 1-1 0.2500 215 0.1667 Indp 0-0
230 Princeton 1-0 0.2500 313 0.0000 Ivy 0-0
231 Notre Dame 1-0 0.2500 314 0.0000 Bige 0-0
232 Florida St. 1-0 0.2500 316 0.0000 Acc 0-0
233 Geo. Washington 1-0 0.2500 317 0.0000 Atl10 0-0
234 Michigan St. 1-0 0.2500 318 0.0000 Big10 0-0
235 Maine 0-3 0.2500 157 0.3333 Aeast 0-0
236 Iowa St. 1-0 0.2500 322 0.0000 Big12 0-0
237 California 1-0 0.2500 325 0.0000 Pac12 0-0
238 Winthrop 1-0 0.2500 328 0.0000 Bsou 0-0
239 James Madison 0-2 0.2500 158 0.3333 Coln 0-0
240 East. Michigan 1-0 0.2500 329 0.0000 Midam 0-0
241 Wisc. Green Bay 1-0 0.2500 332 0.0000 Horiz 0-0
242 Charlotte 1-0 0.2500 334 0.0000 Atl10 0-0
243 Texas Tech 1-0 0.2500 336 0.0000 Big12 0-0
244 St. Francis (PA) 1-0 0.2500 338 0.0000 Neast 0-0
245 AR Little Rock 1-0 0.2500 339 0.0000 Sbelt 0-0
246 Brown 1-1 0.2500 228 0.1667 Ivy 0-0
247 Penn St. 1-0 0.2500 342 0.0000 Big10 0-0
248 CSU Fullerton 1-1 0.2500 229 0.1667 Bigw 0-0
249 Central Arkansas 1-0 0.2500 345 0.0000 Sland 0-0
250 Army 1-1 0.2500 230 0.1667 Patr 0-0
251 South Dakota 1-1 0.2375 237 0.0833 Summit 0-0
252 William & Mary 0-2 0.2083 162 0.2778 Coln 0-0
253 Colgate 1-1 0.2000 176 0.1667 Patr 0-0
254 Georgia Tech 1-1 0.2000 180 0.1667 Acc 0-0
255 Stony Brook 1-1 0.2000 203 0.1667 Aeast 0-0
256 Jacksonville 1-1 0.2000 220 0.1667 Atsun 0-0
257 Coastal Carolina 1-1 0.1875 239 0.0833 Bsou 0-0
258 Bucknell 0-1 0.1250 179 0.1667 Patr 0-0
259 UC Irvine 0-1 0.1250 186 0.1667 Bigw 0-0
260 UCF 0-2 0.1250 188 0.1667 Cusa 0-0
261 UCSB 0-1 0.1250 189 0.1667 Bigw 0-0
262 Montana 0-1 0.1250 192 0.1667 Bsky 0-0
263 Kent St. 0-1 0.1250 194 0.1667 Midam 0-0
264 Delaware St. 0-1 0.1250 195 0.1667 Meac 0-0
265 Bryant 0-2 0.1250 199 0.1667 Neast 0-0
266 VA Commonwealth 0-1 0.1250 202 0.1667 Atl10 0-0
267 Morehead St. 0-1 0.1250 205 0.1667 Ovc 0-0
268 Grambling St. 0-1 0.1250 214 0.1667 Swac 0-0
269 Sam Houston St. 0-1 0.1250 217 0.1667 Sland 0-0
270 Utah St. 0-1 0.1250 219 0.1667 Wac 0-0
271 Oregon St. 0-1 0.1250 221 0.1667 Pac12 0-0
272 MD Eastern Shore 0-1 0.1250 222 0.1667 Meac 0-0
273 Liberty 0-1 0.1250 226 0.1667 Bsou 0-0
274 Arkansas St. 0-2 0.0625 232 0.0833 Sbelt 0-0
275 Sacramento St. 0-2 0.0625 233 0.0833 Bsky 0-0
276 Robert Morris 0-2 0.0625 235 0.0833 Neast 0-0
277 Texas A&M C.C. 0-2 0.0625 236 0.0833 Sland 0-0
278 Northern Arizona 0-2 0.0625 238 0.0833 Bsky 0-0
279 Northern Iowa 0-1 0.0000 240 0.0000 Mvc 0-0
280 Northeastern 0-1 0.0000 243 0.0000 Coln 0-0
281 Tennessee Tech 0-1 0.0000 244 0.0000 Ovc 0-0
282 Drake 0-1 0.0000 245 0.0000 Mvc 0-0
283 SE Louisiana 0-1 0.0000 246 0.0000 Sland 0-0
284 Troy 0-1 0.0000 247 0.0000 Sbelt 0-0
285 Wichita St. 0-1 0.0000 250 0.0000 Mvc 0-0
286 Coppin St. 0-1 0.0000 251 0.0000 Meac 0-0
287 Bethune-Cookman 0-1 0.0000 252 0.0000 Meac 0-0
288 IPFW 0-1 0.0000 253 0.0000 Summit 0-0
289 San Diego St. 0-1 0.0000 254 0.0000 Mwest 0-0
290 Oregon 0-1 0.0000 256 0.0000 Pac12 0-0
291 TCU 0-0 0.0000 258 0.0000 Big12 0-0
292 Columbia 0-2 0.0000 260 0.0000 Ivy 0-0
293 St. Joseph's 0-1 0.0000 261 0.0000 Atl10 0-0
294 Creighton 0-1 0.0000 262 0.0000 Mvc 0-0
295 St. Peter's 0-1 0.0000 263 0.0000 Maac 0-0
296 Eastern Illinois 0-0 0.0000 264 0.0000 Ovc 0-0
297 N.C. Central 0-2 0.0000 265 0.0000 Meac 0-0
298 Savannah St. 0-0 0.0000 266 0.0000 Meac 0-0
299 Loyola Marymnt 0-2 0.0000 267 0.0000 Wcc 0-0
300 Arizona St. 0-1 0.0000 268 0.0000 Pac12 0-0
301 N.C. Greensboro 0-2 0.0000 269 0.0000 South 0-0
302 North Dakota 0-1 0.0000 270 0.0000 Bsky 0-0
303 Wright St. 0-1 0.0000 271 0.0000 Horiz 0-0
304 La Salle 0-1 0.0000 275 0.0000 Atl10 0-0
305 Mercer 0-0 0.0000 277 0.0000 Atsun 0-0
307 Cincinnati 0-0 0.0000 279 0.0000 Bige 0-0
308 Duke 0-0 0.0000 280 0.0000 Acc 0-0
309 Western Ill. 0-0 0.0000 281 0.0000 Summit 0-0
310 UC Davis 0-1 0.0000 285 0.0000 Bigw 0-0
311 Air Force 0-2 0.0000 287 0.0000 Mwest 0-0
312 Wagner 0-1 0.0000 288 0.0000 Neast 0-0
313 Murray St. 0-2 0.0000 289 0.0000 Ovc 0-0
314 Jackson St. 0-1 0.0000 290 0.0000 Swac 0-0
315 Illinois-Chicago 0-0 0.0000 292 0.0000 Horiz 0-0
316 E. Tennessee St. 0-1 0.0000 294 0.0000 Atsun 0-0
317 Appalachian St. 0-0 0.0000 295 0.0000 South 0-0
318 Samford 0-1 0.0000 296 0.0000 South 0-0
319 Providence 0-1 0.0000 297 0.0000 Bige 0-0
320 San Diego 0-0 0.0000 298 0.0000 Wcc 0-0
321 Southern Ill. 0-1 0.0000 303 0.0000 Mvc 0-0
322 Lehigh 0-1 0.0000 304 0.0000 Patr 0-0
323 Rutgers
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Re: Hartford Women's RPI moves to #3

The Hartford Women moved up to #3 in the RPI

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1 UCLA 2-0 0.8958 1 0.8611 Pac12 0-0
2 Mississippi 2-0 0.8750 3 0.8333 Sec 0-0
3 Hartford 3-0 0.8657 5 0.8210 Aeast 0-0
4 Wisc. Green Bay 2-0 0.8333 16 0.7778 Horiz 0-0
5 North Carolina 4-0 0.8255 18 0.7674 Acc 0-0
6 Michigan 2-1 0.8034 8 0.8148 Big10 0-0
7 Charlotte 3-0 0.7917 30 0.7222 Atl10 0-0
8 Dayton 4-0 0.7899 31 0.7199 Atl10 0-0
9 Charleston 2-1 0.7826 12 0.7870 South 0-0
10 Texas 2-0 0.7778 36 0.7037 Big12 0-0
11 Towson 2-0 0.7778 37 0.7037 Coln 0-0
12 Gonzaga 4-0 0.7769 38 0.7025 Wcc 0-0
13 Marist 2-1 0.7708 10 0.8056 Maac 0-0
14 Florida 2-1 0.7639 11 0.7963 Sec 0-0
15 Oklahoma St. 3-0 0.7593 48 0.6790 Big12 0-0
16 Cent. Michigan 1-2 0.7561 4 0.8287 Midam 0-0
17 Tennessee 3-1 0.7507 34 0.7176 Sec 0-0
18 California 2-0 0.7500 54 0.6667 Pac12 0-0
19 Connecticut 2-0 0.7500 56 0.6667 Bige 0-0
20 Notre Dame 2-0 0.7448 58 0.6597 Bige 0-0
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Re: Hartford women

Now Hartford's RPI #2 Pretty nice company!

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1 UCLA 2-0 0.8958 1 0.8611 Pac12 0-0
2 Hartford 3-0 0.8657 4 0.8210 Aeast 0-0
3 North Carolina 4-0 0.8646 5 0.8194 Acc 0-0
4 Wisc. Green Bay 2-0 0.8333 15 0.7778 Horiz 0-0
5 Florida St. 3-0 0.8056 23 0.7407 Acc 0-0
6 Dayton 4-0 0.7899 28 0.7199 Atl10 0-0
7 Michigan 3-1 0.7899 13 0.7824 Big10 0-0
8 Notre Dame 2-0 0.7865 31 0.7153 Bige 0-0
9 Lamar 1-1 0.7854 9 0.8139 Sland 0-0
10 Charleston 2-1 0.7826 12 0.7870 South 0-0
11 Texas 2-0 0.7778 35 0.7037 Big12 0-0
12 Towson 2-0 0.7778 36 0.7037 Coln 0-0
13 Gonzaga 4-0 0.7769 37 0.7025 Wcc 0-0
14 Marist 2-1 0.7708 10 0.8056 Maac 0-0
15 Charlotte 3-0 0.7708 41 0.6944 Atl10 0-0
16 Ohio St. 2-1 0.7544 3 0.8241 Big10 0-0
17 Tennessee 3-1 0.7507 30 0.7176 Sec 0-0
18 Connecticut 2-0 0.7500 53 0.6667 Bige 0-0
19 Boston College 3-1 0.7490 32 0.7153 Acc 0-0
20 Kansas 3-0 0.7465 58 0.6620 Big12 0-0
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