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Tuesday, January 27, 2004
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Top Scoring Teams in NCAA Women’s Basketball
through games of January 26
Division
Record
Games
Points
PPG
1. MUHLENBERG
III
12-4
16
1475
92.2
2. DePaul
I
18-1
19
1749
92.1
3. California (Pa.)
II
18-0
18
1594
88.6
4. Drury
II
20-1
21
1784
85.0
5. Northern Michigan
II
14-2
16
1356
84.8
6. Anderson (S.C.)
II
11-3
14
1183
84.5
7. Duke
I
15-2
17
1430
84.1
8. Emporia State
II
15-0
15
1256
83.7
9. Louisiana Tech
I
13-2
15
1254
83.6
10. South Dakota State
II
15-4
19
1588
83.6
11. Mississippi College
III
15-2
17
1419
83.5
12. Lake Superior State
II
14-3
17
1409
82.9
13. North Dakota
II
17-2
19
1574
82.8
14. Ashland
II
15-4
19
1558
82.0
15. Buena Vista
III
14-2
16
1309
81.8

Top Three-Point Shooting in NCAA Women’s Basketball
through games of January 26
Division
Record
Games
3Pt FG
3PG
1. MUHLENBERG
III
12-4
16
163
10.19
2. Northern Colorado
II
11-7
18
174
9.67
3. Waynesburg
III
7-7
14
135
9.64
4. West Liberty State
II
11-2
13
124
9.54
5. South Dakota
II
17-5
22
197
8.95
6. Southwest Missouri State
I
16-1
17
152
8.94
7. Belmont
I
8-7
15
131
8.73
8. Chico State
II
8-7
15
129
8.60
9. Erskine
II
8-6
14
119
8.50
10. Augustana (S.D.)
II
11-8
19
160
8.42

Mule Women Cling to Scoring Lead

After being held under 80 points in two of its last three games, the Muhlenberg women’s basketball team has a slim lead in the NCAA all-divisions scoring race.

The Mules’ scoring average has slipped to 92.19 points per game, barely ahead of Division I DePaul’s 92.05 points per game. Those are the only two NCAA women’s teams with averages in the 90s.

Muhlenberg still has a wide margin in Division III. Second-place Mississippi College is at 83.47 ppg. There are only five Division III teams averaging at least 80 points a game.

In the rankings for three-point field goals made, the Mules have widened their lead. They are now the only NCAA women’s team averaging in double figures in three-pointers per game.

With 163 three-pointers, Muhlenberg has already broken the previous school record of 144 threes in a season, set last year. With nine games remaining in the regular season, the Mules are also on pace to break the Centennial Conference mark of 180 in a season, set by Washington last year, as well as the Division III standard of 253, set by Whittier in 1995-96.

Entering the season, the school record for three-pointers in a game was 10. The Mules have passed that mark 10 times, with a high of 13 on three occasions.


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Last updated January 27, 2004