Simon Fraser University moved up three spots in a recent poll following a pair of wins this weekend in Great Northwest Conference women's basketball.
The Clan women were ranked 13th in the USA Today top 25 coaches poll on Tuesday.
The vote came just days after SFU easily swept two conference matchups against Saint Martin's and Western Oregon universities last weekend.
SFU opened its Great Northwest schedule with an 82-45 win over Saint Martin's in its home opener on Nov. 29. The Clan then dominated Western Oregon 80-38 on the Saturday.
In the opener, Erin Chambers led the way with 24 ponts, while Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe backed her up with a 14-point, 11-rebound double-double.
Kristina Collins came back from an injury to her shooting hand and collected 13 points.
In the win, SFU scored 38 points off 27 Saints' turnovers.
On Saturday, shooting guard Kia Van Laare nailed six-of-eight three-pointers to lead the way.
Raincock-Ekunwe and Katie Lowen both chipped in with 16 points apiece. Fourteen of Lowen's points came in the runaway first half.
The Clan bench outscored Western Oregon 26-8.
The Clan currently sports a record of 8-1 and 2-0 in conference play. The team's only loss was to 6-0 Colorado Mesa, which were ranked 25th in the coaches poll.
The women will take a break until after Christmas, when they face Trinity Western University at home on Dec. 29.
"Going into this break, I think it's really important we set goals for ourselves in practice and do our best to keep our fitness up," said Van Laare in a school press release. "We need to focus on what's to come because we have some big games coming up after the break."