UConn Still No. 1, BU Still No. 9 In AP Women’s Poll

(December 30, 2013) UConn continued its unanimous run atop the Associated Press women's college basketball poll Monday after opening up American Athletic Conference play with a victory over Cincinnati.

Baylor remains at No. 9.

Notre Dame remained second after surviving a tough game at Oregon State. Duke, Stanford and Tennessee rounded out the first five.

The Lady Vols are followed by Kentucky, Louisville, Maryland, Baylor and North Carolina.

In all, the Top 20 teams stayed the same from the previous week.

Florida State and Iowa flopped places at 21 and 22, and Arizona State moved up one spot breaking its tie with Oklahoma for 25th.

The only loss by a ranked team was Gonzaga, which fell in overtime to Saint Mary's in the WCC opener.

The Zags dropped out of the poll Monday.

Associated Press Women’s College Basketball Poll

1 Connecticut (36) 13-0 900
2 Notre Dame 11-0 841
3 Duke 12-1 822
4 Stanford 11-1 808
5 Tennessee 11-1 736
6 Kentucky 12-1 717
7 Louisville 13-1 695
8 Maryland 12-1 648
9 Baylor 10-1 626
10 North Carolina 11-2 515
11 Oklahoma State 11-0 511
12 Colorado 10-1 472
13 South Carolina 12-1 462
14 Iowa State 11-0 447
15 Penn State 9-3 341
16 LSU 9-2 308
17 Purdue 10-2 299
18 Nebraska 10-2 278
19 Georgia 12-1 228
20 Syracuse 11-1 213
21 Florida State 12-1 187
22 Iowa 12-2 180
23 California 8-3 116
24 Arizona State 10-1 91
25 Oklahoma 9-4 65

Others receiving votes: Arkansas 49, San Diego 33, North Carolina State 27, Indiana 23, West Virginia 8, Rutgers 8, Georgia Tech 8, Texas 7, Gonzaga 7, Saint Joseph's 7, Middle Tennessee 6, Saint Mary's 5, UTEP 4, DePaul 2

Dropped from rankings: Gonzaga 24


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