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WBB Big Sky Polls Released

POCATELLO, Idaho – The Big Sky Conference has released the 2022-23 Women’s Basketball Preseason Coaches and Media poll. The returning 2022 regular-season champion Bengals have been picked to finish eighth in the Coaches poll and sixth in the media poll.

The Bengals are entering the season with seven returning players and 10 new faces on the squad.

Montana State was picked to finish first in both polls

The 2022 Big Sky Basketball Tipoff will stream on ESPN+ at 10 a.m. MT on Tuesday, November 1 where a breakdown of the preseason polls will be aired hosted by the league’s own Mariluz Cook. Full results of both polls can be found below

The 2023 Big Sky Conference Basketball Championships will take place once again in Boise, Idaho, and run from March 4-8.

2022-23 Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll Results

1. Montana State – 81 Points (9 First Place Votes)

2. Montana – 65 Points

3. Idaho – 62 Points (1 First Place Vote)

4. Northern Arizona – 60 Points

5. Sacramento State – 46 Points

6. Eastern Washington – 37 Points

7. Weber State – 31 Points

8. Idaho State – 30 Points

9. Northern Colorado – 28 Points

10. Portland State – 10 Points

2022-23 Women’s Basketball Media Poll Results

1. Montana State – 257 Points (24 First Place Votes)

2. Montana – 204 Points (1 First Place Vote)

3. Northern Arizona – 189 Points

4. Idaho – 187 Points

5. Sacramento State – 146 Points (1 First Place Vote)

6. Idaho State – 132 Points

7. Northern Colorado – 102 Points

8. Eastern Washington – 98 Points

9. Weber State – 87 Points

10. Portland State – 28 Points

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Rachel was born and raised in Pocatello and is now studying for a Master’s degree in Public Administration. Rachel is a student-athlete on both ISU’s Track and Cross-Country teams. When Rachel isn’t running, she enjoys travelling, sleepy Sundays spent working in coffee shops and adventuring in Idaho’s wilderness. Her research interests include sustainable development, environmental policy and public policy theory.