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Stanford, UConn, Baylor Ranked 1,2,3 In AP Women’s Poll

(December 17, 2012)--Stanford remained No. 1 in The Associated Press women's basketball poll for the fifth straight week Monday.

The Cardinal had 22 first-place votes Monday, while Connecticut received 16 and Baylor got the other two.

It was a lightly scheduled week with most schools finishing up exams.

The Cardinal had only one game, routing Pacific.

Stanford heads across the country to play No. 21 South Carolina and 10th-ranked Tennessee this week.

UConn, Baylor, Duke and Notre Dame round out the top five, followed by Georgia, Kentucky, California and Maryland.

Louisville fell six spots to No. 14 after losing at Colorado.

The win vaulted the unbeaten Buffaloes into the poll at No. 25., their first ranking since Jan. 14, 2008.

Florida State also re-entered the Top 25 at No. 23.

Ohio State and Miami dropped out of the top 25.

Associated Press Women’s College Basketball Poll

1 Stanford (22) 9-0 978
2 Connecticut (16) 8-0 967
3 Baylor (2) 8-1 931
4 Duke 8-0 884
5 Notre Dame 6-1 821
6 Georgia 11-0 789
7 Kentucky 8-1 773
8 California 7-1 663
9 Maryland 7-2 641
10 Tennessee 7-1 602
11 Penn State 9-2 595
12 UCLA 7-1 539
13 Purdue 10-1 495
14 Louisville 9-2 491
15 Oklahoma State 8-0 440
16 Dayton 10-0 395
17 North Carolina 10-1 317
18 Oklahoma 8-2 285
19 Kansas 9-1 215
20 Texas 6-2 197
21 South Carolina 10-0 152
22 Texas A&M 6-3 139
23 Florida State 8-1 126
24 West Virginia 7-2 101
25 Colorado 9-0 99

Others receiving votes: Arkansas 94, Miami (FL) 58, Nebraska 52, Iowa State 41, Ohio State 37, Vanderbilt 15, Delaware 15, Michigan 10, Michigan State 9, Duquesne 7, Chattanooga 7, Syracuse 6, Villanova 5, Iowa 5, Toledo 2, Rutgers 1, Gonzaga 1

Dropped from rankings: Ohio State 20, Miami (FL) 21


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