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  • Week 5 - Rankings, Net Ratings and Bracketology

    With only one game last week, and a middling victory over Wyoming to show for it, how did that affect the Lady Zags in the eyes of the national pundits? In a couple of words, not much.

    In the AP (writer's) Top-25 poll, the writers moved the Lady Zags up from #33 to #32 with the vote total going from 7 to 15. At least it is moving up.

    In the USA Today (coach's) Top-25, the Lady Zags stayed at #27 with 54 votes.

    Link: https://www.espn.com/womens-college-basketball/rankings

    Bracketology - Mr. Creme has the Zags as the 2nd team in the group of "last four in". This week's bracketology has not been released.

    Link: http://www.espn.com/womens-college-b...l/bracketology

    College Insider's Top-25 Mid-Major Poll, no change as the Lady Zags stay 4th, 11 points behind #3 FGCU, #2 Missouri State, & #1 BYU

    Link: https://www.collegeinsider.com/womens-mid-major-top-25

    In the current release of NCAA's NET Rankings, both BYU (#24) and GU (#25) drop one spot. Good spot to be at this time of year. A bad loss, would drop the lady zags significantly.

    WCC is doing relatively well with BYU @#24, GU @ #25, Portland @ #66, San Diego #70, USF @ #141, SC @ #165, Pepperdine @ #171, St. Marys @ #195, LMU @ #253, & Pacific @ #289. Four teams in the Top 100 is and no teams below #300 is really good. The teams in the WCC Conference is beginning to schedule more difficult teams and is moving up in the NET rankings. Keep moving forward.

    Link: https://www.ncaa.com/rankings/basket...l-net-rankings

    ZagDad
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