SchoolGPACOverall
2Concordia13-01.00020-1.9529-06-05-1Won 20
7Hastings11-2.84618-4.8187-28-23-0Lost 1
9Dakota Wesleyan10-2.83319-2.9057-06-26-0Won 8
11Morningside7-5.58316-6.7276-37-33-0Lost 1
25Northwestern8-6.57116-6.7279-47-20-0Won 4
RVMidland5-7.41713-8.6194-56-33-0Lost 1
 Briar Cliff5-7.41711-11.5005-23-53-4Won 1
 Mount Marty5-8.38510-12.4555-53-52-2Won 1
 Doane4-8.33310-12.4554-43-43-4Lost 3
 Dordt1-12.0779-14.3912-85-62-0Won 1
 College of Saint Mary1-13.0715-16.2382-82-71-1Lost 6
2016-17
1University of Saint Francis
2Concordia University
3Saint Xavier University
4Southern Oregon University
5Marian University
6Davenport University
7Hastings College
8Southeastern University
9Dakota Wesleyan University
10College of the Ozarks
11Morningside College
25Northwestern College
RVMidland University
 
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2013-14 GPAC Women's Basketball All-Conference Announced
Women's Basketball - Wed, Mar. 5, 2014

Bailey Morris of Concordia has been selected as the Hauff Mid-America Sports/Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Women's Basketball Player-of-the-Year to headline the GPAC Basketball All-Conference Teams for 2013-14.  Morris averaged 19 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game for the Bulldogs who were part of the four-way tie for the GPAC regular season champion, going 16-4 in league play.

Other GPAC basketball honorees for 2013-14 include: Defensive Player-of-the-Year Tracy Peitz from Concordia; Freshmen-of-the-Year Lexi Ackerman from Morningside; and the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Coach-of-the-Year Carrie Hofstetter from Hastings.  The All-GPAC Basketball Teams and honors are selected by the league's 11 head coaches.

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