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NAIA Womens Ranking by AWW

NAIA Schools: Inaugural Individual National Ranking

This is our inaugural NAIA individual ranking! Last year, the NAIA hosted their first women’s national invitational, and multiple new programs have been added within the last year. There are now 33 NAIA programs, and many of them are brand new. We’ll be hosting a separate team ranking.

Please note: Rankings are not predictive. They are based on college level results. While we know there are many incoming freshman that are rank-worthy, we do not rank freshmen until they have results that justify a ranking.

Tell us where we got it wrong! We’ll update our rankings every month during the season.
Ranking feedback: [email protected]

Points for team rankings: 1st place 16 pts, 2nd place 12 pts, 3rd place 10 pts, 4th place 9 pts, 5th place 7 pts, 6th place 6 pts, 7th place 4 pts, 8th place 3 pts.

NAIA Women’s Programs:
Baker University — Baldwin City, KS
Brewton-Parker College — Mount Vernon, GA
Campbellsville University — Campbellsville, KY
Central Christian College — McPherson, KS
Central Methodist University — Fayette, MO
Corban University — Salem, OR (2020)
Eastern Oregon University — La Grande, OR
Grand View University — Des Moines, IA
Indiana Institute of Technology — Fort Wayne, IN
Life Pacific University — San Dimas, CA
Life University — Marietta, GA
Lincoln College — Lincoln, IL (2020)
Lyon College — Batesville, AR
Menlo College — Atherton, CA
Midland University — Fremont, NE
Missouri Baptist University — St. Louis, MO
Missouri Valley College — Marshall, MO
Oklahoma City University — Oklahoma City, OK
Ottawa University — Ottawa, KS
Siena Heights University — Adrian, MI (2020)
Simpson University — Redding, CA
Southern Oregon University — Ashland, OR
Southwestern College — Winfield, KS (2020)
Texas Wesleyan University — Forth Worth, TX
University of Jamestown — Jamestown, ND
University of Providence — Great Falls, MT
University of Saint Mary — Leavenworth, KS
University of the Cumberlands — Williamsburg, KY
Waldorf University — Forest City, IA
Warner Pacific University — Portland, OR
Wayland Baptist University — Plainview, TX
William Penn University — Oskaloosa, IA (2020)
York College — York, NE

101
1. Nina Pham, JR (Wayland Baptist)
2. Junnette Caldera, SO (Jamestown)
3. Faye Cherrier, SO (Life)
4. Hannah Michael, FR (Grand View)
5. Alaura Couch, JR (Grand View)
6. Alyssa Sequeria, FR (Central Christian)
7. Kassidy Ramirez, JR (Lyon)
8. Amber Garriga SR (Life)
9. Lisa Megargee SR (East Oregon U)
10. Katelin Barnett SO (Campbellsville)

109
1. Alleida Martinez, SO (Menlo)
2. McKayla Campbell, JR (Campbellsville)
3. Raven Guidry, JR (Oklahoma City)
4. Brianna Ribucan-Leong, JR (Lyon)
5. Rhonda Johnson, RS-SR (Wayland Baptist)
6. Cassidy Freeman, SR (East Oregon)
7. Emma Cochran, FR (Grand View)
8. Hannah Peterson, FR (Jamestown)
9. Victoria Borrego, SO (Simpson)
10. Jessienna Burkett-Erice, SO (Lyon)

116
1. Gracie Figueroa, SO (Menlo)
2. Jathiya Isaac, RS-SR (Wayland Baptist)
3. Charlotte Fowler, SR (Campbellsville)
4. Yurie Yoneoka, JR (Providence)
5. Madison Angelito, SR (Cumberlands)
6. Autumn Gordon, JR (Cumberlands)
7. Jasmine Hernandez, SO (Lyon College)
8. Glory Konecny, SO (Southern Oregon)
9. Taryn Ichimura, SO (Menlo)
10. Josie Bartishofski, FR (Jamestown)

123
1. Macy Higa, SO (Eastern Oregon)
2. Tiana Jackson, JR (Menlo)
3. Sierra Powell, SO (Life)
4. Alanah Vetterick, SO (Midland)
5. Peyton Prussin, FR (Life)
6. Rebekah Cordova, SR (Wayland Baptist)
7. Ashley Whetzal, FR (Lyon)
8. Hailey Schiermeyer, SO (Midland)
9. Tara Othman, SO (Southern Oregon U)

130
1. Abby Nette, SR (Campbellsville)
2. Amanda Alvarado, JR (Wayland Baptist)
3. Shelley Avelino, JR (Menlo)
4. Julia Vidallon (Life)
5. Sydney Freund, JR (Oklahoma City)
6. Anesia Ramirez, SR (Southern Oregon)
7. Julissa Tatiano, SO (Southern Oregon)
8. Isabella Gonzalez, FR (Grand View)
9. Victoria Norris, SR (Ottawa)
10. Jocelyn Murphy, SO (Missouri Valley)

136
1. Solin Piearcy, SR (Menlo)
2. Erica Sotelo, SR (Life)
3. Bridgette Duty, JR (Cumberlands)
4. Kelly-Ann Jiminez, SR (Cumberlands)
5. Destiny Lyng, SO (Oklahoma City)
6. Elissa Douglass, SR (Lyon)
7. Sophia Carson, SR (Campbellsville)
8. Diana Dzasezeva, SO (Waldorf)
9. Alexandrea Banag, SO (Lyon)
10. Karyn Larkin, FR (Saint Mary)

143
1. Sienna Ramirez, JR (Southern Oregon)
2. Marilyn Garcia, SR (Menlo)
3. Angela Peralta, JR (Menlo)
4. Cierra Foster, RD-SO (Oklahoma City)
5. Jaqueline Parks, SO (Jamestown)
6. Hailey Finn, SO (Life U)
7. Candice Corralejo, SO (Wayland Baptist)
8. Brooke Logan, SO (Oklahoma City)
9. Tanalei Louis, SR (Midland)
10. Karoline Ortiz, FR (Missouri Baptist)

155
1. Shamera McTier, RS-SR (Missouri Valley)
2. Myranda Velazquez, SO (Jamestown)
3. Gladdys Palma, RS-JR (Southern Oregon)
4. Destinee Rivera, SO (Life)
5. Alexia Foca, JR (Campbellsville)
6. Olivia Pizano, SR (Southern Oregon)
7. Hunter Robinson, FR (Grand View)
8. Dempsi Talkington, JR (East Oregon)
9. Randi Scoon, SO (Ottawa U)
10. Andrea Prince, SO (Jamestown)

170
1. Dymond Guilford, JR (Missouri Baptist)
2. Precious Bell, SR (Menlo)
3. Rachel Watters, SR (Oklahoma City)
4. Mariah Harris, SR (Campbellsville)
5. Jordan Nelson, JR (Life)
6. Kenya-Lee Sloan, SO (Campbellsville)
7. Breanna Jennings, SO (Wayland Baptist)
8. Alyssa Schrull, SR (Jamestown)
9. Mariah Stewart, SO (Simpson)
10. Joanna Mack, JR (Midland)

191
1. Chi Chi Nwankwo, SO (Oklahoma City)
2. Leilani Camargo-Naone, SR (Midland)
3. Agatha Andrews, SO (Jamestown)
4. Alexandra Castillo, SO (Campbellsville)
5. Jesse Kirby, SO (Cumberlands)
6. Sara Aguilar, JR (Menlo)
7. Emily Sandoval, SO (Menlo)
8. Angel Ochoa, SR (Missouri Baptist)
9. JoJo Hendricks, FR (Waldorf)
10. Alyandina Bushe, SO (MoVal)