North Carolina State jumped to No. 4 in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll, its best ranking in 20 years. The Wolfpack moved up three spots in the poll. It's their highest ranking since January 2000 when the team was third in the AP Top 25. South Carolina, Baylor and Oregon remain the top three teams in the poll. No. 5 UConn kept alive its streak of being in the top five. The run goes back to February 2005.

RecordPtsPrv
1. South Carolina (27)22-17471
2. Baylor (3)21-17162
3. Oregon22-26973
4. NC State22-16247
5. UConn20-26224
6. Mississippi St.22-36058
7. UCLA21-257610
8. Stanford21-35476
9. Louisville21-35065
10. Maryland20-445013
11. Oregon St.19-54289
12. Arizona19-442612
13. DePaul22-338214
14. Florida St.20-436817
15. Gonzaga23-232411
16. Texas A&M18-525116
17. Iowa20-424320
18. Kentucky18-522115
19. Northwestern19-319121
20. Indiana19-617618
21. South Dakota22-214622
22. Arizona St.16-812819
23. Arkansas19-511825
24. Missouri St.20-310624
25. Tennessee17-64723

Others receiving votes: Princeton 46, TCU 31, Florida Gulf Coast 13, LSU 10, Stony Brook 3, Cent Michigan 1, Fresno St. 1.