Lexi Held had 13 of her 21 points in the fourth quarter to help No. 16 DePaul rally to beat Green Bay 76-65 on Saturday.
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Caitlyn Hibner scored 10 of her career-high 30 points after regulation, Lyndsey Robson hit a runner from half court as time expired in the second half, and Green Bay beat No. 18 Syracuse 79-73 in overtime on Saturday at the Victoria Invitational.
Jordan Danberry scored 21 points, Rikea Jackson and Chloe Bibby added 18 apiece and No. 10 Mississippi State beat Green Bay 83-58 in semifinal action at the Greater Victoria Invitational on Friday night.
Emily Vogelpohl scored eight of her 14 points in the fourth quarter to help Wright State beat Green Bay 55-52 on Tuesday in the Horizon League tournament championship game.
First the first time in program history, Belmont broke into the AP Top 25 last week. And after Green Bay stumbled, the Bruins are the new mid-major No. 1.
February has arrived, which typically means one thing in espnW's mid-major rankings: Green Bay is back at No. 1.
Florida Gulf Coast, South Dakota State and Green Bay maintain their hold on the top of the mid-major rankings. But while the Jackrabbits are chasing the Eagles, there isn't a better mid-major player than South Dakota State's Macy Miller.
The door seems open for mid-major teams to contend for at-large invitations to this year's NCAA tournament. But other than the familiar trio of Green Bay, South Dakota State and Florida Gulf Coast, many mid-majors have played themselves off the board.
There's a new No. 1 as Florida Gulf Coast replaces Green Bay atop Graham Hays' biweekly mid-major poll. Mercer and Central Michigan break into the top 10.
As conference play opens, Green Bay remains No. 1 in espnW's bi-weekly mid-major rankings. Wright State and Western Illinois break into the top 10, while Ball State jumped five spots to No. 2.
The Phoenix still lead the way and the top three remain the same in espnW's biweekly rankings. But Florida Gulf Coast jumps three spots to No. 4 and a pair of MAC teams make their debut.
Green Bay replaced South Dakota State on the top line, but No. 3 New Mexico made the biggest jump in espnW's biweekly rankings. Middle Tennessee and Belmont round out the top five.
Former middle school quarterback Jen Wellnitz hasn't played football in years, but she remains very much a product of the gridiron. The Green Bay redshirt junior guard might hold the key to the program's 20th consecutive Horizon League championship.
With Macy Miller back after a knee injury sidelined her for most of last season, South Dakota State holds the top spot in our first poll of the season. Northern Colorado, Green Bay, Middle Tennessee and Western Kentucky round out the top five.
Mehryn Kraker, espnW's mid-major player of the year, made sure the Green Bay way lives on. Jennie Baranczyk, the mid-major coach of the year, stuck to her vision and made Drake a top-25 team.
For most mid-majors, three days in March can either confirm or erase four months of work. These are the hottest mid-majors to watch as Championship Week -- and possibly an NCAA bid -- awaits.
Several mid-major teams are close to wrapping up unbeaten conference seasons, including Missouri Valley leader Drake, which replaces Green Bay in the top spot of our mid-major rankings.
For the first time this season, little changed at the top of Graham Hays' mid-major rankings. But while the top four stayed the same, Colorado State landed at No. 6 and James Madison at No. 9.
UConn remains the No. 1 choice in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll Monday after cruising to two more easy victories this past week.
For two straight polls, the No. 1 team in espnW's mid-major rankings promptly lost. So the top spot changes hands for the fourth time in five tries, with Green Bay returning for a second go.
New poll, new No. 1. Drexel takes over the top spot in espnW's mid-major rankings. Three new teams -- Saint Louis, Western Kentucky and Boise State -- joined the top 10.
With three victories against power conference schools, Gonzaga climbed to No. 1 in espnW's mid-major poll. Two new teams -- South Dakota and Harvard -- joined the top 10.