This past week, I sat down with Turner Sports own Michella Chester to discuss how I see the second half of the DII women’s basketball season playing out.
Some of the big storylines discussed were:
- Drury’s outlook after a shocking upset.
- Lubbock Christian’s record-setting home winning streak.
- Grand Valley State and Glenville State: Do the two have what it takes?
- Conference battles to watch.
- Player of the Year candidates.
You can head on over to watch the entire interview at NCAA.com by clicking or tapping below:
Wayne Cavadi’s top second-half storylines for DII women’s basketball
Of course, this comes on the heels of the most recent Power 10 rankings. Each week, I dig through stats, insider insight and the criteria the selection committee looks at when it comes to seeding the DII women’s basketball tournament and come up with a top-10 in the sport.
Drury was No. 1 since the calendar flipped to 2022, but Fort Hays State grabbed the top spot this past week. The new Power 10 comes out every Wednesday, but here is the latest if you want to catch up:
There’s a new No. 1 in the DII women’s basketball Power 10 rankings (NCAA.com)