NEW YORK (AP) — UConn cruised to two more conference wins and remained No. 1 in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll to start off 2020. The Huskies received 19 first-place votes from a 30-member media panel to stay ahead of second-ranked Oregon. The Ducks got seven first-place votes, picking up two from Oregon State, which got three. The Beavers were third and followed again by South Carolina, Stanford and Baylor. Louisville, UCLA, North Carolina State and Texas A&M round out the top 10. South Dakota, Michigan and Princeton entered the women's Top 25 while Miami, Minnesota and Texas fell out.

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' women's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 5, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week's ranking:

RecordPtsPrv
1. UConn (19)12-07211
2. Oregon (7)12-17082
3. Oregon St. (3)14-06823
4. South Carolina (1)14-16694
5. Stanford13-16265
6. Baylor11-16146
7. Louisville14-15747
8. UCLA14-053110
9. NC State14-05299
10. Texas A&M13-146811
11. Florida St.14-14658
12. Indiana12-238914
13. Mississippi St.14-237115
14. Kentucky12-236713
15. DePaul13-231616
16. Gonzaga14-130317
17. Maryland10-327812
18. Arizona13-124318
19. West Virginia11-123919
20. Missouri St.12-215521
21. Arkansas13-215020
22. South Dakota15-292-
23. Tennessee11-38922
24. Michigan11-371-
25. Princeton12-119-

Others receiving votes: Northwestern 18, Rutgers 14, Iowa 10, Syracuse 9, TCU 9, Miami 6, Florida Gulf Coast 5, Arizona St. 3, Minnesota 2, Texas 2, Nebraska 2, Kansas 1.