Concordia (Neb.) takes the top spot.
Aylward of St. Francis (Ill.) goes over 30 points in back-to-back wins.
Woodvine of Corban (Ore.) does it all in back-to-back wins.
Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.) remains at No. 1.
Wolfe of Briar Cliff (Iowa) wins the award after narrowly missing triple-double
Ah You Dias of Eastern Oregon takes home the honor after consecutive double-doubles.
Price led Antelope Valley (Calif.) to upset of No. 1 Vanguard (Calif.)
Culler is the winningest active NAIA DII women's basketball coach.
There's a new team at the top.
Two brilliant performances lead Gustafson to weekly honor
Two prodigious scoring performances earn the award for Feenstra of Dordt (Iowa)
Wills of Siena Heights (Mich.) takes home the first honors of the season.