Women’s College Basketball Players Rankings – Class by Class! Week 9

Rickea Jackson of Tennessee

It’s been a crazy first week of January 2023 with tons of upsets happening. Things should definitely get more interesting as we continue our way in conference play.

Listed below are the top 36 seniors, the top 27 juniors, the top 18 sophomores and the top 9 freshmen for the week of January 2nd to January 8th, 2023. You can view the previous week here. Questions? First time viewing the rankings? You can view the FAQ page here.

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SENIORS

  1. Maddy Siegrist – Villanova
  2. Mackenzie Holmes – Indiana
  3. Rickea Jackson – Tennessee
  4. Taylor Mikesell – Ohio State
  5. Diamond Miller – Maryland
  6. Monika Czinano – Iowa
  7. Zia Cooke – South Carolina
  8. Haley Jones – Stanford
  9. Aliyah Boston – South Carolina
  10. Ashley Joens – Iowa State
  11. Haley Cavinder – Miami
  12. Dyaisha Fair – Syracuse
  13. Ana Llanusa – Oklahoma
  14. Grace Berger – Indiana
  15. Celeste Taylor – Duke
  16. Abby Meyers – Maryland
  17. Shaina Pellington – Arizona
  18. Lou Lopez-Senechal – UConn
  19. Cate Reese – Arizona
  20. Holly Kersgieter – Kansas
  21. Stephanie Soares – Iowa State
  22. Charisma Osborne – UCLA
  23. Leigha Brown – Michigan
  24. Brittany Smith – Georgia
  25. Erynn Barnum – Arkansas
  26. Endyia Rogers – Oregon
  27. Kaylynne Truong – Gonzaga
  28. Lauren Park-Lane – Seton Hall
  29. Esmery Martinez – Arizona
  30. Elizabeth Balogun – Duke
  31. Ja;Mee Asberry – Baylor
  32. Kadaja Bailey – St. John’s
  33. McKenna Warnock – Iowa
  34. Taylor Robertson – Oklahoma
  35. Myah Selland – South Dakota State
  36. Tishara Morehouse – FGCU

Honourable mention: Dorka Juhasz, UConn, Bre’Amber Scott, Texas Tech, Gabby Gregory, Kansas State, Naomie Alnatas, Oklahoma State, Angel Baker, Ole Miss, Jordan Horston, Tennessee, Hannah Jump, Stanford, Leilani McIntosh, California, Kahlaijah Dean, Sacramento State, Jhessyka Williams, Gardner-Webb, Keishana Washington, Drexel, Kayla Padilla, Pennsylvania, Camille Downs, Norfolk State, Paige Robinson, Illinois State, Lariah Washington, Eastern Illinois, Caitlin Bickle, Baylor, Kiki Jefferson, James Madison, Emily Kiser, Michigan

JUNIORS

  1. Caitlin Clark – Iowa
  2. Sarah Andrews – Baylor
  3. Hailey van Lith – Louisville
  4. Cameron Brink – Stanford
  5. Charlisse Leger-Walker – Washington State
  6. Dontavia Waggoner – Boston College
  7. Aubrey Griffin – UConn
  8. Alyssa Ustby – North Carolina
  9. Deja Kelly – North Carolina
  10. Lexi Donarski – Iowa State
  11. DeYona Gaston – Texas
  12. Frida Formann – Colorado
  13. Sydney Parrish – Indiana
  14. Genesis Bryant – Illinois
  15. Madison Scott – Ole Miss
  16. Diamond Johnson – NC State
  17. Kamilla Cardoso – South Carolina
  18. Aaliyah Edwards – UConn
  19. Lauren Jensen – Creighton
  20. Morgan Maly – Creighton
  21. Skylar Vann – Oklahoma
  22. Wyvette Mayberry – Kansas
  23. Yvonne Ejim – Gonzaga
  24. Alex Fowler – Portland
  25. Desi-Rae Young – UNLV
  26. Destiny Leo – Cleveland State
  27. Janelle Allen – Holy Cross

SOPHOMORES

  1. Angel Reese – LSU
  2. Shyanne Sellers – Maryland
  3. Olivia Miles – Notre Dame
  4. Laila Phelia – Michigan
  5. Georgia Woolley – Syracuse
  6. Aronette Vonleh – Colorado
  7. Jasmyne Roberts – Miami
  8. Taylor Thierry – Ohio State
  9. Jenna Johnson – Utah
  10. JJ Quinerly – West Virginia
  11. Phillipina Kyei – Oregon
  12. Alberte Rimdal – Florida
  13. Jalynn Gregory – Middle Tennessee
  14. Talya Brugler – Saint Joseph
  15. Temira Poindexter – Tulsa
  16. Hunter Hernandez – UC Irvine
  17. Raegan Bass – Akron
  18. Emina Selimovic – Siena

FRESHMEN

  1. Flau’jae Johnson – LSU
  2. Ta’Niya Latson – Florida State
  3. Saylor Poffenbarger – Arkansas
  4. Taina Mair – Boston College
  5. Londynn Jones – UCLA
  6. Grace VanSlooten – Oregon
  7. Raegan Beers – Oregon State
  8. Cotie McMahon – Ohio State
  9. Yarden Garzon – Indiana

2 Comments

  1. How could you possibly not include McKenna Hofschild in this, like at all? no honorable mention or anything…NATIONALLY, she ranks 10th in scoring, 2nd in assists, first in a/to ratio is shoots over 50%….please pay attention to her.

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