12/21 Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings


1#2 South Carolina Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewSouth CarolinaSouth Carolina handled CMU and Liberty with no trouble and now get an extended break before SEC play begins.1
2#1 Connecticut Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewConnecticutConnecticut crushed DePaul and UCLA and will look to do the same this week against SMU.2
3#24 Texas Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewTexasThe Longhorns get a much deserved nine day break after coming back to beat Texas A&M 67-65 on Sunday.4
4#4 Notre Dame Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewNotre DameThe Irish could have an interesting game on their hands Sunday afternoon when they take the long trip to UCLA.6
5#3 Tennessee Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewTennesseeAfter barely slipping past Wichita State, Tennessee picked up a huge win against the Cardinal of Stanford.9
6#10 Baylor Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewBaylorThe Bears had a big week, grabbing wins over top 25 teams Syracuse and Michigan State.10
7#6 Texas A&M Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
Texas A&MTexas A&M suffered their first loss of the season in Little Rock, falling by two to Texas.3
8#17 Nebraska Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewNebraskaNebraska handled High Point with no trouble and now wait until 12/29 when they open Big Ten play at Minnesota.11
9#5 Duke Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
DukeDuke took an early lead against Kentucky and never looked back, winning 89-68. They play Connecticut next Monday.13
10#14 Louisville Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewLouisvilleLouisville picked up three more wins last week, including a quality victory over California in Berkeley.12
11#7 North Carolina Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewNorth CarolinaNorth Carolina lost to Oregon State on Tuesday, but rebounded with wins over Maine and Elon.5
12#9 Kentucky Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
KentuckyKentucky lost at Duke by 21 points. They will be able to rebound this week against Tennessee State.7
13Georgia Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsGeorgiaGeorgia slipped past Furman thanks to 25 points and a dozen rebounds by Shacobia Barbee.14
14#15 Maryland Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
MarylandNot surprisingly, Maryland crushed Coppin State. They get this week off before opening Big Ten play against OSU.15
15#8 Stanford Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
StanfordSure the schedule has been brutal and Stanford beat Connecticut, but they have a shocking four losses on the year.8
16#13 Iowa Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewIowaIowa's defense allowed Drake to score 98 points, but the Hawkeyes reached 100, led by Melissa Dixon's 31.17
17Oregon State Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings
Oregon StateOregon State can get a big resume building win at Tennessee on Sunday afternoon.18
18#16 Michigan State Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewMichigan StateThe Spartans could not compete with Baylor, but they did get a nice win over Syracuse in Florida.21
19#19 West Virginia Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
West VirginiaWVU will likely be facing their toughest game since they lost at Mississippi State when they head to Ohio State.19
20Rutgers Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsRutgersRutgers went to Iona and came away with a hard fought win. They start Big Ten play on Sunday at Indiana.20
21Oklahoma State Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsOklahoma StateOklahoma State's road trip against Weber State and USC resulted in a couple very tight wins.22
22Mississippi State Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsMississippi StateMississippi State added three more wins against Louisiana, UIC and Miami (OH) to their perfect record.23
23James Madison Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsJames MadisonJames Madison coasted to an easy win over Hampton. They have a big game on 12/29 at Vanderbilt.24
24Green Bay Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsGreen BayGreen Bay cruised past Vermont. They have one more shot on Sunday to pick up a quality non-conference win.NR
25#22 Syracuse Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
SyracuseThe Orange had a tough time at the Florida Sunshine Tournament, losing to Baylor and Michigan State.16