Without further adieu, here we go...
6. Penn (7-18; 6)
Since our last set of rankings three weeks ago, the Quakers have not won a game. Having accumulated six losses in that time, Penn finds itself in the midst of a seven-game losing streak and could be looking for a new coach come March 11.
Penn has three games remaining, all against middle-of-the-pack Ivy League teams, and will need to close out strong to save Jerome Allen's job at this point (in my opinion).
5. Drexel (11-18; 5)
Drexel's lineup took a major blow on February 21, when the Dragons, who were already devastated by injuries consistently this season, lost Damion Lee for the remainder of the season to a broken hand in the Northeastern game.
The Dragons' best player by far, Lee leads the CAA in scoring at 21.4 points per game.
Drexel would lose its first game without its star, but would follow that up with a 14-point win over conference co-leader William & Mary, proving that the CAA Tournament title really could be anyone's.
4. Saint Joseph's (12-16; 4)
The Hawks are still holding off Drexel for the #4 spot in these rankings, but not by much. Saint Joseph's should be able to keep the Dragons at bay since Drexel is now without Lee, but with how up-and-down the Hawks have been, you never know.
At 12-16, the Hawks won't be getting a great seed in the A-10 Tournament and are unlikely to repeat as tournament champions.
3. La Salle (15-14; 3)
La Salle has managed to stay just above .500...for now. At 15-14 and with two games remaining in the regular season, the Explorers very well could find themselves entering the A-10 Tournament with a below .500 record.
In order to avoid doing that, they will need to either beat Saint Joseph's on the road or A-10 leader Dayton at home.
The Explorers managed to beat Saint Joseph's earlier in the season, but will need to be on their game to avoid a potential loss and falling behind the Hawks in these rankings by the end of the season.
2. Temple (20-9; 2)
The last time we did these rankings, the Owls found themselves likely receiving an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Oh how things can change in a matter of a few weeks.
Temple lost two straight on the road and saw their at-large hopes take a major hit. The Owls followed that with a win earlier this week, but will need to finish out strong in the remaining three games in the regular season and potentially win a game or two in the AAC Tournament to avoid finding themselves on the outside looking in come Selection Sunday.
1. Villanova (27-2; 1)
Villanova sealed its second straight Big East regular season title on Saturday with a win over Xavier.
The Wildcats continue to look very strong and at this point are fighting for a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
Plain and simple, no one else in Philadelphia is in Villanova's league talent wise.
By: Kyle Babcock
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