2/15 Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings


1#1 Connecticut Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewConnecticutThe Huskies are back where they belong atop the rankings after beating former #1 South Carolina by 25 points.2
2#2 South Carolina Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewSouth CarolinaSouth Carolina followed up their loss at Connecticut with victories over LSU and Vanderbilt.1
3#10 Baylor Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewBaylorFollowing easy home wins over Oklahoma and West Virginia, Baylor has now won 23 games in a row.3
4#15 Maryland Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewMarylandMaryland got past their toughest remaining games and are now eyeing a perfect 18-0 record in Big Ten play.4
5#4 Notre Dame Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewNotre DameThe Irish had the week off to prepare for their big game against Duke on Monday night. They also head to GT.5
6#3 Tennessee Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewTennesseeTennessee picked up another big win, this time against Kentucky. Their lone game this week is against Alabama.6
7#14 Louisville Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
LouisvilleThe Cardinals have a warmup at VT before heading to Notre Dame on 2/23 with the ACC title on the line.9
8#5 Duke Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewDukeAn ACC title goes through South Bend and that is exactly where Duke is headed on Monday night.8
9Oregon State Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings
Oregon StateOregon State beat Arizona State for the second time this season. Next up is a trip to Colorado and Utah.10
10Florida State Women's Basketball Top 25Florida StateFSU suffered their third loss of the year at North Carolina. The Seminoles should win their last four games.7
11#6 Texas A&M Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewTexas A&MWith games against Alabama, Kentucky and Florida, this is a huge week for Texas A&M.14
12Arizona State Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings
Arizona StateASU again had trouble with Oregon State and lost to the Beavers for the second time this season.11
13#13 Iowa Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewIowaIowa picked up a huge win at Nebraska. Tough road trips are coming up this week too at Minnesota and OSU.16
14#9 Kentucky Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
KentuckyThe Wildcats beat Mississippi State in a double overtime thriller, but could not get the job done at Tennessee.12
15Mississippi State Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings
Mississippi StateMississippi State lost a double overtime thriller at Kentucky 92-90. A trip to Alabama should be less stressful.13
16Princeton Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsPrincetonPrinceton had a close call at Yale to move to 23-0. The good news is the next four games are at home.15
17#7 North Carolina Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
North CarolinaUNC held serve at home and beat FSU, but could not get the job done on the road in Louisville.17
18#8 Stanford Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewStanfordThe Cardinal dominated both UCLA and USC in their homestand. This week should be interesting against Cal.19
19Rutgers Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings
RutgersOnce again Rutgers fell by 11 to Maryland, but they looked pretty good and looked even better against Purdue.18
20Chattanooga Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsChattanoogaChattanooga dominated once again last week. However, a trip to Samford on Saturday could prove tricky.20
21George Washington Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsGeorge WashingtonThe Colonials lost pretty badly at Saint Louis, but this is still a 22-3 team with some decent wins along the way.21
22James Madison Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsJames MadisonJames Madison creeps into the top 25 with a 22-2 record. Those losses came against Maryland and Vanderbilt.NR
23#17 Nebraska Women's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewNebraskaNebraska ended their three game skid by beating Wisconsin 70-63 on Sunday. A trip to Northwestern is next.22
24Northwestern Women's Basketball Top 25 RankingsNorthwesternNorthwestern clawed their way to two impressive, and hugely important, road wins against Purdue and Michigan.NR
25#22 Syracuse Women's Basketball 2014-2015 Preview
SyracuseThe Orange were surprisingly slaughtered at home by Miami. They should be able to gain momentum this week.23