Super 25 Computer girls basketball rankings: Who's the best team in each state

Super 25 Computer girls basketball rankings: Who's the best team in each state

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Super 25 Computer girls basketball rankings: Who's the best team in each state


Riverdale Baptist guard Jalynn Holmes celebrates the victory (Photo: Andy Marlin ,USA TODAY Sports)

Riverdale Baptist was the top team in Maryland this season. (Photo: Andy Marlin ,USA TODAY Sports)

With the end of the girls basketball season, the Super 25 Computer rankings are complete. Below is a list of the top team in each state, according to the computer.

Super 25 Computer rankings are provided by Ken Massey. The ratings are designed to reward teams for their performance, and objectively quantify those performances. Strength of schedule is built into the model. The model also corrects for home field advantage. Teams lose less for a loss on the road and gain more for a win on the road. Margin of victory is also a factor.

To see the full computer rankings, click here. To search by state, go to the dropdown that says “National” and select a state.

RELATED: Super 25 Computer boys basketball state-by-state rankings

Alabama: Wenonah (Birmingham)

Alaska: Wasilla

Arizona: Seton Catholic (Chandler)

Arkansas: Conway

California: Miramonte (Orinda)

Colorado: Highlands Ranch

Connecticut: Capital Prep (Hartford)

Delaware: Ursuline (Wilmington)

District of Columbia: St. John’s

Florida: Ribault (Jacksonville)

Georgia: McEachern (Powder Springs)

Hawaii: Konawaena (Kealakekua)

Idaho: Mountain View (Meridian)

Illinois: Benet Academy (Lisle)

Indiana: Lawrence North (Indianapolis)

Iowa: Ankeny Centennial

Kansas: Wichita South

Kentucky: Butler (Louisville)

Louisiana: Sumner (Kentwood)

Maine: Gorham

Maryland: Riverdale Baptist (Upper Marlboro)

Massachusetts: Tabor Academy (Marion)

Michigan: Detroit Country Day (Beverly Hills)

Minnesota: Hopkins (Minnetonka)

Mississippi: Northpoint Christian (Southaven)

Missouri: Crane

Montana: Malta

Nebraska: Crofton

Nevada: Centennial (Las Vegas)

New Hampshire: New Hampton

New Jersey: St. John Vianney (Holmdel)

New Mexico: Cibola (Albuquerque)

New York: Ossining

North Carolina: Forest Trail Academy (Kernersville)

North Dakota: Shanley (Fargo)

Ohio: Wadsworth

Oklahoma: Seiling

Oregon: South Salem

Pennsylvania: Saints of Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia)

Rhode Island: LaSalle Academy (Providence)

South Carolina: Spring Valley (Columbia)

South Dakota: Aberdeen Central

Tennessee: Riverdale (Murfreesboro)

Texas: Duncanville

Utah: Layton

Vermont: Champlain Valley Union (Hinesburg)

Virginia: Paul VI (Fairfax)

Washington: Bellevue

West Virginia: Morgantown

Wisconsin: Verona

Wyoming: Campbell County (Gillette)


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