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UW Stevens Point Men's Basketball.  Photo courtesy UWSP Athletic Department
UW Stevens Point Men's Basketball. Photo courtesy UWSP Athletic Department

(WNFL) - U-W Stevens Point is still at Number-One in the new national Division-Three men's basketball poll from D-Three-Hoops-Dot-Com.  The Pointers are 14-and-0, after beating U-W Superior by 17 at home last weekend.  U-W Whitewater rose two spots in the new poll to Number-eight.  Saint Norbert jumped one spot to 12th.  U-W Platteville also received votes.In the D-Three women's poll, Carthage of Kenosha rose two places to Number-14, with a record of 12-and-2.  Whitewater jumped one spot to 17th.  Oshkosh fell two places to 19th.  Stevens Point went up one spot to 23rd.  DePauw is still the women's Number-One.

There's a full schedule of men's-and-women's basketball double-headers tonight in the Midwest Conference.  Ripon College travels to De Pere to play Saint Norbert.  Beloit plays in Waukesha against Carroll.  And Lawrence has a twin-bill at Lake Forest.  The Saint Norbert men have a two-game lead over both Ripon and Grinnell.  The 12th-ranked Green Knights are 7-and-0, with the second-place teams at 5-and-2.  On the women's side, Saint Norbert and Illinois College are both tied at 6-and-1, with Monmouth a half-game back at 6-and-2.  Illinois College has their double-header at Knox this evening.  Grinnell plays at Cornell in Iowa.  In the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference, three games are on tap involving men's teams tonight.  Wisconsin Lutheran hosts Milwaukee Engineering.  Marian travels to Mequon to play Concordia-Wisconsin.  And Madison Edgewood is at Lakeland.  The Mount Mary women are home in Milwaukee against Silver Lake.  Northland has a men's-women's double-header in Duluth against Saint Scholastica.

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