The Muskegon Community College moved up three spots to number 12 in this week's NJCAA Division II women's basketball poll. The Jayhawks enter the week with a 20-3 overall record and a 12-2 mark in the MCCAA Western Conference. They went 2-0 last week defeating Kellogg Community College and Lansing Community College. They defeated Kalamazoo Valley Community College last week and be at Glen Oaks Community College on Saturday afternoon.
Sinclair Community College moved up three spots to number 17 this week. They Tartan Price enter the week at 20-3 overall and 10-2 OCCAC mark. They 2-0 last week beating Hocking College and Cuyahoga Community College. This week they are already 1-1 with a loss to Edison State Community College before defeating Clark State Community College. They will be at Lorain County Community College on Saturday for their next game.
Edison State Community College remains in the other schools receiving votes category this week with a record entering the week of 22-4 overall and 9-3 in the OCCAC. They went 2-0 last week beating Clark State Community College and Lorain County Community College. They have gone 2-0 so far this week beating Sinclair Community College and Owens Community College. They will be at Lakeland Community College on Saturday for their next game.
Lake Michigan College enters the poll this week in the other schools receiving votes category this week. The Red Hawks entered the week at 20-5 overall and 12-2 in the MCCAA Western Conference after going 2-0 last week beating then number 19 Mid Michigan College and Jackson College. They ran their record to 21-5, 13-2 last night with a win over Grand Rapids Community College. They return to the hardwood on Saturday when they travel to face Lansing Community College.
Mid Michigan College falls into the other schools receiving votes category this week. The Lakers enter the week 19-3 overall and 10-3 in the MCCAA Western conference after going 1-1 last week. They lost to Lake Michigan College before rebounding and beating Ancilla College. They have since run their record to 21-3 and 12-3 beating Grand Rapids Community College and Kellogg Community College this week. They will hit the court again when host Kalamazoo Valley Community College on Saturday.