NEW YORK (AP) — South Carolina still leads the way in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll in a week that saw seven ranked teams fall to unranked opponents. The top of the poll was unscathed with none of the first seven teams losing. The No. 1 Gamecocks received 27 of 30 first-place votes from the national media panel a day after clinching their fifth Southeastern Conference title in seven years. No. 2 Baylor got two first-place votes and No. 3 Oregon got one. Stanford and Louisville round out the top five. TCU enters the rankings for the first time in two years, coming in at No. 25.

 

RecordPtsPrv
1. South Carolina (27)27-17471
2. Baylor (2)25-17132
3. Oregon (1)25-27003
4. Stanford24-36354
5. Louisville25-36245
6. UConn23-36056
7. Maryland23-45877
8. NC State23-352310
9. UCLA23-44938
10. Mississippi St.23-54479
11. Gonzaga27-241513
12. Texas A&M22-538716
13. Arizona22-537911
14. Northwestern24-334718
15. Kentucky20-633614
16. DePaul25-432412
17. Oregon St.20-827215
18. Iowa22-526019
19. Florida St.21-619817
20. South Dakota26-219220
21. Missouri St.23-316523
22. Indiana21-712724
23. Princeton21-18325
24. Arizona St.19-96021
25. TCU20-559-

Others receiving votes: Arkansas 44, Florida Gulf Coast 21, Cent Michigan 6, Duke 1.