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Women’s basketball AP Top 25: South Carolina still on top, Ohio State drops eight spots

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Ohio State dropped eight sports in the latest AP Top 25 poll after losing three last week. As of Monday, the only two teams remaining undefeated are LSU and him in South Carolina. The Gamecocks continue to dominate, being the #1 team in the nation for 32 consecutive weeks.

The Buckeyes got off to a record-breaking 19-0 start to the season, but lost to top 10 opponents Iowa and Indiana and the Purdue Boilermakers last week. They dropped to 10th place, with Cardinal Stanford back in 2nd place.

LSU, Indiana and UConn round out the top five. It is his second time this season that the LSU Tigers have placed him in No. 1. 3. They enter the week with a tough matchup against his SEC opponent Tennessee on Monday night.

Indiana moved up two places with wins over ranked Michigan and Ohio and a 91-68 win over the Rutgers. Meanwhile, UConn breathed a sigh of relief as he managed to stay in his fifth place on Sunday as he beat Villanova 63-58.

The Texas Longhorns dropped out of the poll a week ago, but re-entered the 24th spot after beating out the 24th spot at the time. 14 Oklahoma and Oklahoma. He was ranked 25th by the South Florida Bulls in the poll last week. The Bulls (20-4) are on his 10-game winning streak, marking his 11th 20-win season in program history.

Colorado and Illinois drop out of the top 25.

AP Women’s Basketball Top 25

The top 25 teams in the Associated Press Women’s College Basketball Poll, with the 1st place vote in brackets, are the records through Sunday, with total points ranging from 25 points for the 1st place vote to 1 point for the 25th place vote, and based on last week’s poll. Ranking:

Rank team record point Forward
1 South Carolina (28) 21-0 700 1
2 Stanford 21-2 635 3
3 LSUs 20-0 628 Four
Four Indiana 20-1 627 6
Five U Conn 20-2 623 Five
6 Iowa 17-4 522 10 (tie)
7 Utah 18-2 520 9
8 Maryland 17-4 492 10 (tie)
9 Notre Dame 17-3 480 7
Ten Ohio 19-3 443 2
11 north carolina 16-5 399 15
12 Iowa 15-4 345 18
13 Virginia Tech 17-4 317 12
14 UCLA 17-5 310 8
15 north carolina 16-5 291 20
16 duke 18-3 279 16
17 Gonzaga 21-2 270 17
18 Michigan 17-5 266 13
19 Villanova 18-4 171 twenty one
20 Oklahoma 16-4 151 14
twenty one middle tennessee 18-2 119 twenty three
twenty two Arizona 16-5 114 19
twenty three Florida 19-5 113 twenty four
twenty four texas 16-6 94 NR
twenty five south florida 20-4 52 NR

Other voters: Illinois 45, Colorado 40, USC 17, Tennessee 13, Purdue 12, UNLV 9, Baylor 1, Columbia 1, Oregon 1

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