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WBB Metro Poll: Storm 1st, Pride 4th

Hofstra women's basketball player Shante Evans against St.

Hofstra women's basketball player Shante Evans against St. John's in a game played at the Mack Sports Complex. Brian Ballweg/Hofstra Athletics (Nov. 18, 2011) Credit: Hofstra Athletics/Brian Ballweg

The top four remained the same this week, with St. John’s staying No. 1 after a 62-51 at then-No. 17 Rutgers. Princeton is till dominating the Ivy, while Rutgers has lost four in a row. Hofstra is No. 4 after recovering from two straight losses with a win at George Mason on Sunday. The Pride hosts No. 10 Delaware on Thursday. Marist moved up two places to No. 5 thanks to a three-game winning streak, while Sacred Heart and Fairfield each moved down a spot. LIU and Quinnipiac remained steady at Nos. 8 and 9, while Hartford enters the poll at No. 10 after winning five straight.

1. St. John’s (17-8)
2. Princeton (17-4)
3. Rutgers (17-7)
4. Hofstra (17-7)
5. Marist (18-7)
6. Sacred Heart (18-6)
7. Fairfield (18-7)
8. LIU (17-7)
9. Quinnipiac (18-6)
10. Hartford (16-10)

Area Teams
Army, Columbia, Fairfield, FDU, Fordham, Hartford, Hofstra , Iona, LIU, Manhattan, Marist, Monmouth, NJIT, Princeton, Quinnipiac, Rider, Rutgers, Sacred Heart, Seton Hall, St. Francis (Brooklyn), St. Peter’s, St. John’s, Stony Brook , Wagner.
 

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