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Iowa’s big week scrambles Power 10 women’s college basketball rankings


Power 10 looks a little different this week with big upsets and big wins.

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(Last week’s ranking in brackets)

1. South Carolina (1) – The program remains undefeated and is currently one of only two teams to hold that status in DI basketball.

πŸ‘€: Undefeated DI College Basketball Team in 2022-23

2.UConn (3) – The Huskies clinch a win over Tennessee with Lou Lopez-Senechal and Aaliyah Edwards scoring 51 points in the win.

3. Stanford (4) – Cameron Brink recorded her first triple-double block to beat Oregon. Brink’s stats line is 16 points, 11 boards and 10 blocks, his first triple-double with a block since 2019.

4.LSU (5) – The Tigers keep rolling and are undefeated, but they have a tough job coming up against Tennessee on Monday.

5. Indiana (6) – Indiana defeated Ohio State as Mackenzie Holmes scored 26 points in the paint.

6. Maryland (9) – The Terps have a fourth-ranked victory over Michigan, but expect a tough week of matchups against Iowa and Ohio (both nationally televised).

7. Utah (10) – Utes scored their third ranked victory of the season with a clutch win against UCLA.

8. Iowa (NR) – The Hawkeyes beat undefeated Ohio State on a 28-point, 15-assist, 10-rebound triple-double by Caitlin Clarke to earn her eighth No. 3 ranking win of her college career.

Related: Women’s college basketball career triple-double leader.

9. Ohio (2) – The team, previously ranked number two in the country, started the week undefeated and ended the week on a three-game losing streak. In seven days, the Buckeyes lost to Iowa, Indiana and Purdue.

10. Notre Dame (7) – Notre Dame dropped three spots in this week’s Power 10 after falling four points to North Carolina. The Wolfpack gave Ireland their third loss of the season, while also snapping her fifth consecutive win.

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