South Carolina moved up three spots to No. 1 in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll after the top three teams from the previous week all lost. It was a rough week for ranked teams with 11 of them losing at least once. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 fell in a four-day span. Baylor moved up to second after beating former No. 1 UConn. The Huskies fell to fourth. Stanford and Louisville rounded out the first five. Arizona State entered the poll at No. 18 after knocking off Oregon and Oregon State. Iowa entered the rankings at No. 22 after beating Maryland and Indiana.

 

RecordPtsPrv
1. South Carolina (20)16-17374
2. Baylor (7)13-17246
3. Stanford (1)15-16635
4. UConn13-16511
5. Louisville (2)16-16057
6. Oregon13-26012
7. UCLA16-05888
8. Oregon St.15-15853
9. NC State15-14599
10. Mississippi St.15-244813
11. Kentucky14-242914
12. Texas A&M14-239410
13. Florida St.15-236911
14. DePaul15-236615
15. Indiana14-333312
16. Gonzaga16-132716
17. West Virginia13-128919
18. Arizona St.13-4200-
19. Missouri St.14-218620
20. Maryland12-415917
21. Arizona13-315718
22. Iowa13-3109-
23. Arkansas14-310821
24. Tennessee13-310223
25. South Dakota16-28622

Others receiving votes: Princeton 30, Northwestern 23, Rutgers 15, Georgia Tech 5, Florida Gulf Coast 2.