Gonzaga has completed a start-to-finish run atop The Associated Press men’s college basketball poll. Coach Mark Few’s Bulldogs received all 60 first-place votes to stay atop Monday’s final poll. That made them the the first team since Kentucky in 2014-15 to be No. 1 in every poll and the 14th overall. Gonzaga was named the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament on Sunday. The Zags are trying to become the first unbeaten national champion since Indiana in 1976. Illinois climbed to No. 2 in the poll after winning the Big Ten Tournament, followed by Baylor, Michigan and Alabama.

RecordPtsPrv
1. Gonzaga (60)26-015001
2. Illinois23-614153
3. Baylor22-213972
4. Michigan20-412804
5. Alabama24-612426
6. Houston24-311457
7. Ohio St.21-911389
8. Iowa21-811325
9. Texas19-799313
10. Arkansas22-68958
11. Oklahoma St.20-889112
12. Kansas20-880311
13. West Virginia18-974510
14. Florida St.16-665115
15. Virginia18-658416
16. San Diego St.23-452119
17. Loyola Chicago24-451318
18. Villanova16-649014
19. Creighton20-841117
20. Purdue18-938220
21. Texas Tech17-1027120
22. Colorado22-824323
23. BYU20-6125-
23. Southern Cal22-712524
25. Virginia Tech15-611822

Others receiving votes: Georgia Tech 103, Tennessee 72, St. Bonaventure 71, UConn 62, LSU 54, Oregon 40, Oklahoma 40, Wisconsin 26, Winthrop 10, Clemson 5, UC Santa Barbara 2, Missouri 2, Cleveland St. 2, Georgetown 1.