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AP Top 25 Womens College Basketball Poll

Rankings

Released April 08
Rank
Team
Trend
This Week
Points
1
South Carolina (38-0) Southeastern Women
-
vs. Tennessee
03/03 12:00 PM EST
875 (35)
2
Iowa (34-5) Big Ten Women
-
vs. Ohio State
03/03 1:00 PM EST
840 (0)
3
UConn (33-6) Big East Women
7
@ Providence
03/02 7:00 PM EST
798 (0)
4
North Carolina State (31-7) Atlantic Coast Women
7
vs. Wake Forest
03/03 2:00 PM EST
764 (0)
5
USC (29-6) Pacific 12 Women
-2
@ Arizona State
03/02 2:00 PM EST
728 (0)
6
LSU (31-6) Southeastern Women
2
vs. Kentucky
03/03 2:00 PM EST
687 (0)
7
Texas (33-5) Big 12 Women
-3
vs. BYU
03/02 8:00 PM EST
674 (0)
8
Oregon State (27-8) Pacific 12 Women
4
vs. California
03/02 3:00 PM EST
613 (0)
9
Stanford (30-6) Pacific 12 Women
-4
@ Oregon
03/02 5:00 PM EST
562 (0)
10
UCLA (27-7) Pacific 12 Women
-4
@ Arizona
03/02 8:00 PM EST
553 (0)
11
Notre Dame (28-7) Atlantic Coast Women
-2
vs. Louisville
03/03 2:00 PM EST
531 (0)
12
Indiana (26-6) Big Ten Women
2
vs. Maryland
03/03 3:00 PM EST
496 (0)
13
Baylor (26-8) Big 12 Women
6
vs. Oklahoma State
03/03 12:00 PM EST
425 (0)
14
Gonzaga (32-4) West Coast Women
2
vs. Portland
02/28 11:00 PM EST
393 (0)
15
Colorado (24-10) Pacific 12 Women
2
vs. Washington State
03/02 3:00 PM EST
370 (0)
16
Ohio State (26-6) Big Ten Women
-9
@ Iowa
03/03 1:00 PM EST
334 (0)
17
Duke (22-12) Atlantic Coast Women
-
@ North Carolina
03/03 4:00 PM EST
286 (0)
18
Virginia Tech (25-8) Atlantic Coast Women
-5
@ Virginia
03/03 6:00 PM EST
284 (0)
19
Kansas State (26-8) Big 12 Women
-4
@ Texas Tech
03/02 3:00 PM EST
215 (0)
20
Syracuse (24-8) Atlantic Coast Women
2
@ North Carolina State
02/29 7:00 PM EST
184 (0)
21
Oklahoma (23-10) Big 12 Women
-3
@ Kansas
03/02 5:00 PM EST
150 (0)
22
Utah (23-11) Pacific 12 Women
-1
vs. Washington
03/02 2:00 PM EST
127 (0)
23
Creighton (26-6) Big East Women
1
@ Seton Hall
03/03 3:00 PM EST
125 (0)
24
West Virginia (25-8) Big 12 Women
-
vs. TCU
03/02 1:00 PM EST
104 (0)
25
Iowa State (21-12) Big 12 Women
-
vs. Cincinnati
03/02 2:00 PM EST
103 (0)
Others receiving votes:
Tennessee 44, Nebraska 27, Mississippi 24, UNLV 20, Louisville 12, Middle Tennessee 8, North Carolina 7, Fairfield 6, Kansas 4, Alabama 2. Point values in parentheses indicate the number of first place votes.
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