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Chattanooga, Long Beach State and Indiana State made their way into Graham Hays' bi-weekly poll.
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Xylina McDaniel scored 19 points and No. 10 North Carolina held on to beat James Madison 74-71 on Thursday.
Elena Delle Donne scored 28 points, including a key free throw in the waning seconds, as No. 18 Delaware held off James Madison 61-60 Sunday to win its 19th straight and clinch a share of first place in the Colonial Athletic Association.
Elena Delle Donne poured in 20 points to become the Colonial Athletic Association's all-time leading scorer.
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