South Carolina remains the No. 1 team in The Associated Press women’s college basketball poll. The Gamecocks received 28 of the 30 first-place votes from a national media panel after beating Texas A&M and Arkansas last week. South Carolina is off until hosting Vanderbilt next Monday. There was no movement near the top of the poll as Stanford, Louisville, North Carolina State, Tennessee and Indiana followed the Gamecocks again. Louisville received the other two first-place votes. Oklahoma made the biggest move, climbing nine places to 14th after beating then-No. 14 Baylor last week.

RecordPtsPrv
1. South Carolina (28)17-17471
2. Stanford13-37012
3. Louisville (2)15-16943
4. NC State16-26614
5. Tennessee17-16335
6. Indiana14-26076
7. Iowa St.16-15429
8. Michigan15-252911
9. UConn9-351010
10. Arizona12-24667
11. LSU17-246412
12. Maryland12-54068
13. Georgia13-331017
14. Oklahoma15-230623
15. Texas12-329513
15. Baylor11-429514
17. BYU14-127518
18. Georgia Tech13-426315
19. Notre Dame13-326220
20. North Carolina14-213321
21. Duke11-412516
22. Colorado13-111922
23. Kentucky8-58319
24. Florida Gulf Coast15-180-
25. Iowa10-452-

Others receiving votes: Ohio St. 47, Virginia Tech 40, Oregon 23, Mississippi 21, Kansas St 18, South Florida 14, UCF 9, Missouri 8, DePaul 5, Kansas 4, South Dakota 3.