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19-3, 1st in Horizon
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6dGraham Hays

FGCU takes over top spot in mid-major rankings

Florida Gulf Coast topped our preseason mid-major poll but then fell out of the rankings completely. Now, thanks to stellar team defense, the Eagles are back, replacing Green Bay at No. 1.

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20dGraham Hays

Three new teams enter mid-major rankings

Green Bay, FGCU and George Washington are 1-2-3 in Graham Hays' mid-major rankings, and San Diego, BYU and Arkansas State broke into the top 10.

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48dGraham Hays

Green Bay takes over top spot in mid-major poll

As the year nears an end, a third No. 1 ascends in Graham Hays' latest mid-major rankings. Florida Gulf Coast, Gonzaga, Duquesne and South Dakota join the top 10.

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76dGraham Hays

Dayton is the new No. 1 in mid-major rankings

Without injured star Whitney Knight for the time being, Florida Gulf Coast fell out of the top spot and all the way out of the top 10. Unbeaten Dayton takes over at No. 1.

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99dGraham Hays

FGCU opens at No. 1 in mid-major preseason top 10

Fans had mid-majors to thank for much of the fun in the 2015 NCAA tourney. With perhaps the deepest collection of viable mid-major teams of the past decade, this year could be even better.

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Princeton (31-0) rallies past UW-Green Bay

With President Barack Obama supporting his niece and the rest of Princeton's basketball team a few rows from courtside, the Tigers managed to stay unbeaten.

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Princeton's pursuit of perfection

This 3-pointer for Michelle Miller gave Princeton an 8-point lead over Green Bay in the second half. The Tigers are looking for the programs first NCAA tournament win and just the 2nd in Ivy League history.

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325dGraham Hays

Obama attends Princeton-GB tourney game

President Barack Obama attended Saturday's first-round NCAA tournament game between eighth-seeded Princeton and ninth-seeded Green Bay at the Xfinity Center on the campus of the University of Maryland.

Prez watching 30-0 team in action

President Barack Obama is in the arena to watch the undefeated Princeton Tigers women's basketball team play Green Bay in College Park, Maryland. Michelle Obama's niece Leslie Robinson plays for Princeton. Live on WatchESPN

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Spokane Regional breakdown

From players to watch and potential upsets to the best games in the first round, espnW breaks down each region of the women's NCAA tournament.

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LeClaire, Green Bay take home Horizon title

Tesha Buck scored 24 points and Allie LeClaire added 17 as Green Bay beat Wright State 86-77 in overtime in the Horizon League women's championship game Sunday.

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356dGraham Hays

Princeton leads mid-major group on the rise

With five Top 25 teams, including unbeaten Princeton, the landscape for mid-majors hasn't looked this good since the 2011-12 season.

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370dGraham Hays

Top A-10 teams powering mid-major rankings

Princeton still leads the way, but a pair of Atlantic 10 teams -- No. 5 George Washington and No. 7 Dayton -- prepare to meet in a huge mid-major clash.

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426dGraham Hays

Princeton makes biggest jump in mid-major rankings

After routing Michigan on the road, Princeton -- the only Ivy League team ever to open the season 9-0 -- moved up four spots to No. 2, trailing only Green Bay in Graham Hays' bi-weekly poll.