LSU has moved into the top 10 of The Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time in 13 years. Coach Kim Mulkey's Tigers climbed three places to No. 8. LSU has 23 victories, its most since the 2011-12 season. Mulkey won three national titles in 21 years as Baylor's coach and this is her first season with LSU. South Carolina remained the unanimous No. 1 team in the poll. The Gamecocks were followed by Stanford, North Carolina State, Louisville and Baylor. Michigan, Connecticut, Iowa State and Indiana round out the top 10. The Hoosiers fell five spots after losing twice.

RecordPtsPrv
1. South Carolina (30)25-17501
2. Stanford23-37202
3. NC State25-36884
4. Louisville23-36513
5. Baylor21-56197
6. Michigan21-45969
7. UConn19-551710
8. LSU23-451011
9. Iowa St.22-45086
10. Indiana19-54855
11. Texas19-646914
12. Arizona19-54298
13. Maryland20-742513
14. Notre Dame20-628819
15. Florida20-728717
16. Tennessee21-627312
17. Ohio St.20-523818
18. North Carolina21-522824
19. BYU23-222620
20. Oklahoma20-621215
21. Iowa17-717622
22. Georgia Tech19-811716
23. Virginia Tech20-710623
24. Florida Gulf Coast24-26225
25. Oregon18-944-
25. Georgia18-84421

Others receiving votes: Kansas 39, Princeton 16, UCF 8, Washington St 6, Villanova 5, Liberty 3, Toledo 2, UNLV 2, Dayton 1.