NEW YORK (AP) — South Carolina ran through the Southeastern Conference Tournament to keep its hold on the No. 1 ranking in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll. The Gamecocks beat Georgia, Arkansas and Mississippi State by an average of 24 points to win the conference tournament for the fifth time in six years. Oregon moved up one spot to No. 2, switching places with Baylor after the Lady Bears lost to unranked Iowa State. Maryland and UConn round out the first five teams in the poll.

RecordPtsPrv
1. South Carolina (27)32-17471
2. Oregon (3)31-27233
3. Baylor28-26682
4. Maryland28-46566
5. UConn28-36475
6. Louisville28-45884
7. Stanford27-65587
8. NC State28-454310
9. Mississippi St.27-65029
10. UCLA26-54888
11. Gonzaga28-245212
12. Northwestern26-438411
13. Arizona24-737413
14. Oregon St.23-931214
15. DePaul27-528318
16. Kentucky22-827616
17. South Dakota28-225317
18. Florida St.24-824122
19. Texas A&M22-823915
20. Indiana24-818520
21. Iowa23-717219
22. Princeton26-116521
23. Missouri St.26-412023
24. Arkansas24-89925
25. Arizona St.20-112924

Others receiving votes: TCU 11, Ohio St. 10, Marquette 7, Boston College 6, Florida Gulf Coast 3, Rutgers 3, Iowa St. 2, Duke 2, Cent Michigan 1, Boise St. 1.