11/18 Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings

1Oregon LogoOregonDucks went 3-0 this week as Sabrina Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard are playing at a high level so far. A trip to Syracuse is up next.1
2Baylor LogoBaylorBaylor dominated Houston Baptist 112-42 as they will have a bit of an adjustment to make while Lauren Cox is out with a foot injury.2
3Connecticut LogoConnecticutHuskies went on the road to Vanderbilt and grinded out a 64-51 win and then beat Temple 83-54 on Sunday to start AAC play.3
4Oregon State LogoOregon StateOSU won the Preseason WNIT as they beat DePaul and Missouri State 80-69 thanks to Mikayla Pivec's 18 point performance.5
5Stanford LogoStanfordStanford survived a heck of a challenge from Gonzaga on Sunday night as the Cardinal beat the Bulldogs 76-70 in overtime.4
6Texas A&M LogoTexas A&MAggies won a nail biter 62-61 against a tough defensive minded Rice squad. Chennedy Carter's 29 points was the difference.6
7Mississippi State LogoMississippi StateJessika Carter and Rickea Jackson combined for 41 points as MSU set a school record with 124 points against Murray State.7
8South Carolina LogoSouth CarolinaSouth Carolina was dominant all week long as they dominated Dayton and Appalachian State.8
9Louisville LogoLouisvilleJazmine Jones scored 25 points to pace Louisville to a 76-63 win over Central Michigan in their lone game of the week.9
10UCLA Logo UCLAUCLA rolled past Long Beach State 86-51 to improve to 3-0 on the season.10
11Maryland Logo MarylandMaryland survived at James Madison with a 70-68 win and then took care of Delaware 99-55 for their third win of the year.11
12Kentucky Logo KentuckySabrina Haines and Rhyne Howard scored 30 of Kentucky's 50 points in a 50-47 win over Virginia on Saturday.12
13Florida State LogoFlorida StateFlorida State cruised past Jacksonville 75-41 and then defeated Samford 89-59 to wrap up a 2-0 week.13
14North Carolina State LogoNC StateElissa Cunane's first double-double of the year led NC State to a 81-40 win over Lamar. An interesting game with Maine awaits on Tuesday.14
15 Michigan State LogoMichigan StateNia Clouden scored a career-high 28 points to give Michigan State their first win over Notre Dame since December 2, 2004.16
16 Syracuse LogoSyracuseSyracuse picked up two wins over Maryland Eastern-Shore and Albany to improve to 3-0. Oregon visits next Sunday.18
17 Miami LogoMiami (FL)Miami shot 49.2 percent from the floor in a 78-55 win over North Florida and survived a stiff test by IUPUI on Sunday.20
18 West Virginia LogoWest VirginiaKysre Gondrezick's 22 points led West Virginia as they beat Radford 74-37 in their lone game of the week.21
19Indiana LogoIndianaHoosiers had five players score in double figures as they blew out Jackson State 91-51 to improve to 3-0 on the year.22
20 Tennessee LogoTennesseeRennia Davis scored 33 points to lead Tennessee to a 74-63 win over Notre Dame to highlight a 2-0 week.23
21DePaul LogoDePaulDePaul beat Drexel 81-57 and went out to Corvallis and lost to OSU 98-77 as they didn't have a defensive answer for the Beavers.19
22Michigan LogoMichiganNaz Hillmon's 28 points helped Michigan rally to beat Akron 80-71 on Saturday to cap off a 2-0 trip to Akron this week.NR
23Arkansas LogoArkansasRazorbacks swept Oral Roberts and Stony Brook as the offense was rolling in both games. 25
24Arizona State Logo
Arizona StateArizona State didn't have an answer for Minnesota's Destiny Pitts as the Golden Gophers beat the Sun Devils 80-66.17
25 Notre Dame LogoNotre DameIt was a rough week for the Fighting Irish as they lost at home to Tennessee and Michigan State .15