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WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: UCONN RECLAIMS #1, STANFORD & BAYLOR ROUND OUT TOP 3

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: UCONN RECLAIMS #1, STANFORD & BAYLOR ROUND OUT TOP 3

The Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, with team’s RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week’s poll and first-place votes received:

Dropped out: No. 22 St. John‘s, No. 25 Penn State.

Others receiving votes: St. John‘s (18-8) 45; Texas Tech (19-7) 29; Iowa (20-7) 26; Louisiana Tech (20-5) 26; Georgia (20-7) 14; Georgia Tech (20-8) 11; Penn State (21-7) 9; Northern Iowa (21-5) 8; Louisville (17-10) 4; Syracuse (19-7) 4; Rutgers (15-11) 3; Kansas State (18-7) 1; Middle Tennessee (22-6) 1; Toledo (20-6) 1.

BAYLOR, UCONN REMAIN A ONE-TWO PUNCH

Week 11: February 8, 2011

The Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, with team’s RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week’s poll and first-place votes received:

Others receiving votes: Gonzaga (20-4) 34; Georgia (18-5) 26; Iowa (17-7) 16; Georgia Tech (18-7) 11; Louisiana Tech (17-5) 11; Houston (18-4) 10; Kansas State (16-5) 7; Florida Gulf Coast (19-1) 6; Syracuse (16-6) 4; Rutgers (13-9) 3; Bowling Green (19-4) 2; Middle Tennessee (19-5) 1; Northern Iowa (17-5) 1.

Highlights of Baylor’s 92-70 win over Oklahoma. (Feb. 2, 2011)

UConn Hands Duke First Loss Of Season

USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION I TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

Week 12: February 1, 2011

The Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, with team’s RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week’s poll and first-place votes received:

Others receiving votes: Marist (19-2) 23; Arkansas (16-5) 14; Gonzaga (19-4) 10; Georgia Tech (18-6) 9; Louisiana Tech (15-5) 8; Georgia (16-5) 7; Florida Gulf Coast (17-1) 6; Penn State (18-5) 6; Texas Tech (16-5) 6; Tulane (17-4) 5; Bowling Green (17-4) 4; Ohio State (13-8) 3; Duquesne (18-3) 2; Oklahoma State (13-6) 2; Houston (17-4) 1; Kansas State (15-5) 1; Louisville (14-8) 1; Middle Tennessee (17-5) 1.


BAYLOR STILL No. 1, OHIO STATE DROPS OUT OF TOP 25

Highlights of the Baylor Lady Bears’ 70-39 win over Oklahoma State to improve to 16-1, 3-0 in Big 12 play. (Jan. 15, 2011)

USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION I TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

Week 10: January 18, 2011

The Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, with team’s RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week’s poll and first-place votes received:

Dropped out: No. 24 Ohio State.

Others receiving votes: Marquette (15-3) 40; Ohio State (11-6) 26; Florida Gulf Coast (14-0) 18; Boston College (14-4) 17; Marist (15-2) 16; Georgia (14-3) 10; Georgia Tech (16-4) 10; Bowling Green (15-2) 9; Duquesne (15-2) 9; Kansas (14-3) 4; Oklahoma State (12-4) 4; Syracuse (13-4) 4; Tulane (15-2) 3; Rutgers (11-6) 1.

BAYLOR TAKES OVER #1 SPOT IN AP & USA TODAY POLLS

USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION I TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

Week 8: January 4, 2011

The Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, with team’s RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week’s poll and first-place votes received:

Dropped out: No. 24 Ohio State.

Others receiving votes: Marquette (15-3) 40; Ohio State (11-6) 26; Florida Gulf Coast (14-0) 18; Boston College (14-4) 17; Marist (15-2) 16; Georgia (14-3) 10; Georgia Tech (16-4) 10; Bowling Green (15-2) 9; Duquesne (15-2) 9; Kansas (14-3) 4; Oklahoma State (12-4) 4; Syracuse (13-4) 4; Tulane (15-2) 3; Rutgers (11-6) 1.

Others receiving votes: Syracuse (12-1) 32; Arkansas (12-1) 27; Bowling Green (12-1) 26; Miami (Fla.) (14-1) 22; Kansas (13-1) 21; Michigan (9-5) 15; Marist (10-2) 9; Boston College (12-2) 7; Arizona State (10-2) 6; Florida Gulf Coast (10-0) 6; Marquette (12-2) 6; Texas Tech (13-1) 5; Florida (11-4) 3; Arizona (11-2) 2; Nebraska (10-4) 2; Nevada (11-2) 2; Northwestern (12-3) 1.

UConn’s reign atop AP’s Top 25 ends

by Associated Press
UConn’s run at No. 1 is over.

The Huskies’ NCAA-record 90-game winning streak ended Thursday night with a loss to Stanford. Their nearly three-year hold on the top ranking in The Associated Press poll ended Monday when they were overtaken by Baylor and dropped to No. 2.

Connecticut had been the top team for a record 51 straight weeks, beginning Feb. 18, 2008.

Click here for complete poll

Baylor Basketball (W.): Coach Mulkey and #1 Ranking

For the first time in program history, Baylor’s women’s basketball team is ranked No. 1 in The Associated Press poll. Baylor, 13-1 on the season and ranked No. 2 every week since the beginning of the 2010-11season, moved to the top spot after then-top-ranked Connecticut lost Thursday at then-No. 9 Stanford, 71-59.

Baylor Women’s Basketball: Highlights vs. UCONN

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WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL WEEK 5: D-I RANKINGS,  CONNECTICUT, STANFORD, BAYLOR REMAIN TOP 3  TEAMS

USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION I TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

Week 5: December 14, 2010

The Top 25 Women’s BasketBall coaches poll, with team’s RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week’s poll and first-place votes received:

Baylor University's Britney Griner getting it done in the paint.

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Week 4: December 7, 2010

The Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, with team’s RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week’s poll and first-place votes received:

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Week 3: November 30, 2010

The Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, with team’s RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week’s poll and first-place votes received:

Dropped out: No. 25 TCU (3-3).

Others receiving votes:
Maryland 26; Oklahoma State 23; Boston College 21; Purdue 18; DePaul 17; Tulane 5; Kansas 4; Kansas State 4; Gonzaga 2; Syracuse 2; California 1; Marquette 1; Middle Tennessee 1; Penn State 1.

The USA TODAY/ESPN Board of Coaches is made up of 31 head coaches at Division I institutions. All are members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. The board for the 2010-11 season: Courtney Banghart, Princeton; Frank Bennett, Lipscomb; Rae Blair, Texas-San Antonio; Matt Bollant, Wisconsin-Green Bay; Nikki Caldwell, UCLA; Matt Corkery, American; Leslie Crane, Western Illinois; Tonya Edwards, Alcorn State; Bill Fennelly, Iowa State; Jose Fernandez, South Florida; Jim Flanery, Creighton; Nell Fortner, Auburn; Susan Robinson Fruchtl, St. Francis (Pa.); LeDawn Gibson, Florida A&M; Tom Hodges, Morehead State; Jim Jabir, Dayton; Joe Mathews, Towson; Lynn Milligan, Rider; Kelly Packard, Ball State, Raegan Pebley, Utah State; Mike Petersen, Wake Forest; Rick Pietri, South Alabama; Gordy Presnell, Boise State; Rick Reeves, Gardner-Webb; Phil Stern, Maryland-Baltimore County; Paul Thomas, Saint Mary’s; Sharon Versyp, Purdue; Jaime White, Northern Colorado; Joi Williams, Central Florida; Nancy Wilson, College of Charleston; Jody Wynn, Long Beach State.

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Week 2: November 23, 2010

The Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, with team’s RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in the preseason poll (Nov. 3) and first-place votes received:

Rank
School (record)
Points
Preseason rank
First place votes
1
Connecticut (3-0)
775
1
31
2
Stanford (3-0)
720
3
0
3
Baylor (4-1)
714
2
0
4
Tennessee (4-0)
686
4
0
5
Xavier (2-0)
638
5
0
6
Duke (4-0)
626
6
0
7
Ohio State (4-0)
565
7
0
8
Texas A&M (3-0)
553
8
0
9
Kentucky (3-0)
522
10
0
10
Oklahoma (3-0)
501
9
0
11
West Virginia (3-0)
454
11
0
12
Georgetown (3-0)
419
13
0
13
UCLA (4-0)
394
15
0
14
Florida State (4-0)
381
14
0
15
North Carolina (4-0)
321
16
0
16
Notre Dame (2-2)
265
12
0
17
Iowa State (3-0)
256
17
0
18
Georgia (3-0)
234
18
0
19
Texas (3-0)
225
19
0
20
Nebraska (4-0)
138
21
0
21
Iowa (5-0)
131
24
0
22
Vanderbilt (2-1)
110
20
0
23
Wisconsin-Green Bay (3-0)
100
not ranked
0
24
St. John’s (4-1)
94
23
0
25
TCU (3-0)
82
25
0


Dropped out: No. 22 Michigan State (3-1).

Others receiving votes: Michigan State 69; Maryland 22; Purdue 21; Oklahoma State 14; DePaul 12; Northwestern 7; Gonzaga 6; Wake Forest 5; California 3; Louisville 3;
Arkansas-Little Rock 2; Boston College 2; Kansas State 2; Mississippi State 2; Tulane 1.

The USA TODAY/ESPN Board of Coaches is made up of 31 head coaches at Division I institutions. All are members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. The board for the 2010-11 season: Courtney Banghart, Princeton; Frank Bennett, Lipscomb; Rae Blair, Texas-San Antonio; Matt Bollant, Wisconsin-Green Bay; Nikki Caldwell, UCLA; Matt Corkery, American; Leslie Crane, Western Illinois; Tonya Edwards, Alcorn State; Bill Fennelly, Iowa State; Jose Fernandez, South Florida; Jim Flanery, Creighton; Nell Fortner, Auburn; Susan Robinson Fruchtl, St. Francis (Pa.); LeDawn Gibson, Florida A&M; Tom Hodges, Morehead State; Jim Jabir, Dayton; Joe Mathews, Towson; Lynn Milligan, Rider; Kelly Packard, Ball State, Raegan Pebley, Utah State; Mike Petersen, Wake Forest; Rick Pietri, South Alabama; Gordy Presnell, Boise State; Rick Reeves, Gardner-Webb; Phil Stern, Maryland-Baltimore County; Paul Thomas, Saint Mary’s; Sharon Versyp, Purdue; Jaime White, Northern Colorado; Joi Williams, Central Florida; Nancy Wilson, College of Charleston; Jody Wynn, Long Beach State.

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USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION 1  TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

PRESEASON: November 3, 2010

The preseason Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, with team’s 2009-10 records in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in the final poll of the 2009-10 season and first-place votes received:


Others receiving votes: TCU (22-9) 70; Maryland (21-13) 62; Wisconsin-Green Bay (28-5) 48; LSU (21-10) 46; Dayton (25-8) 38; DePaul (21-12) 33; Georgia Tech (23-10) 30; Virginia (21-10) 23; San Diego State (23-11) 22; Oklahoma State (24-11) 19; Hartford (27-5) 17; California (24-13) 16; James Madison (26-7) 10; Arkansas-Little Rock (27-7) 9; Auburn (15-16) 9; Mississippi State (21-13) 7; North Carolina State (20-14) 6; Temple (25-9) 5; Marist (26-8) 4; Rutgers (19-15) 4; Gardner-Webb (28-5) 3; Purdue (15-17) 3; Southern California (19-12) 3; Bowling Green (27-7) 2; Fresno State (27-7) 1; Liberty (27-6) 1; Louisville (14-18) 1; Michigan (21-14) 1; Princeton (26-3) 1; Western Kentucky (21-11) 1.

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USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION II TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

Preseason Poll: November 3, 2010

USA TODAY ESPN Division II Top 25 women’s basketball poll, with first-place votes to the right, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

Others Receiving Votes:

Millersville University of Pennsylvania 100; Concordia University (Minn.) 95; California State University – Chico 77; Francis Marion University (S.C.) 68; University of Charleston (W.Va.) 52; West Liberty University (W.Va.) 44; University of Wisconsin – Parkside 38; Augustana College (S.D.) 34; Western Washington University 34; Barton College (N.C.) 30; Indiana University of Pennsylvania 30; Carson-Newman College (Tenn.) 26; Florida Southern College 26; Saint Mary’s University (Texas) 26; University of Findlay (Ohio) 23; Shaw University (N.C.) 22; Pace University (N.Y.) 17; Fairmont State University (W.Va.) 16; Minnesota State University – Mankato 16; University of Southern Indiana 16; Tarleton State University (Texas) 15; Bowie State University (Md.) 13; Stonehill College (Mass.) 13; Colorado School of Mines 11; University of Central Missouri 11; Adams State College (Colo.) 10; Colorado State University – Pueblo 10; Northern Michigan University 10; Assumption College (Mass.) 9; Glenville State College (W.Va.) 8; Virginia State University 8; Fayetteville State University (N.C.) 7; Grand Canyon University (Ariz.) 6; University of South Carolina – Aiken 5; Lenoir-Rhyne University (N.C.) 4; Rollins College (Fla.) 4; University of Central Oklahoma 3; University of New Haven (Conn.) 3; Lewis University (Ill.) 2; CW Post Campus – LIU (N.Y.) 1; Northern Kentucky University 1; Southeastern Oklahoma State University 1.

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USA TODAY ESPN DIVISION III TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL

Preseason Poll: November 3, 2010

USA TODAY ESPN Top 25 women’s basketball poll, with first-place votes noted on the right, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

Others Receiving Votes: Simpson College (Iowa) – 17; DeSales University (Pa.) – 15; Lewis & Clark College (Ore.) – 13; University of Chicago (Ill.) – 10; University of Scranton (Pa.) – 10; University of St. Thomas (Minn.) – 9; University of Wisconsin – La Crosse (Wis.) – 9; Whitman College (Wash.) – 8; University of Wisconsin – Whitewater (Wis.) – 7; University of Wisconsin – River Falls (Wis.) – 6; Utica College (N.Y.) – 6; Muhlenberg College (Pa.) – 5; Maryville College (Tenn.) – 4; Saint Vincents College (Pa.) – 4; Skidmore College (N.Y.) – 4; Brandeis University (Mass.) – 3; Roanoke College (Va.) – 3; Medaille College (N.Y.) – 2; Tufts University (Mass.) – 2; Marymount University (Va.) – 1.

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