12/23 Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings

1Connecticut LogoConnecticutMegan Walker, Crystal Dangerfield and Olivia Nelson-Ododa combined for 63 points in a 84-74 win at DePaul. They also crushed OU.2
2Oregon State LogoOregon StateOregon State cruised past Northern Arizona 91-57 and Brigham Young 65-34 over in Hawaii this week.1
3Oregon LogoOregonSabrina Ionescu's 21st career triple-double led Oregon to an easy 89-51 win over Kansas State to wrap up a 2-0 week.4
4Baylor LogoBaylorJuicy Landrum set an NCAA record with 14 made three pointers as Baylor routed Arkansas State 111-43 on Wednesday.5
5Florida State LogoFlorida StateKiah Gillespie had 14 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists to lead Florida State past a tough Michigan team 79-69 on Sunday.6
6South Carolina LogoSouth CarolinaSouth Carolina destroyed Duke 89-46 on Thursday and followed that with a nice 73-60 win over South Dakota on Sunday.7
7Stanford LogoStanfordKiana Williams scored 19 points to lead Stanford past Tennessee 78-51 and then lost a tough one at Texas 69-64 on Sunday.3
8UCLA LogoUCLAMichaela Onyenwere and Lauryn Miller both had double-doubles as UCLA picked up a big 68-58 win at Indiana on Sunday.9
9Louisville LogoLouisvilleDana Evans scored 22 crucial points as Louisville survived a double-overtime battle at UT-Martin in a 71-63 victory.8
10 North Carolina State LogoNC StateNC State had little trouble with Chattanooga as they beat the Mocs 74-38 on Thursday to improve to 11-0 on the year.10
11 Texas A&M LogoTexas A&MTexas A&M had a 2-0 trip down in Puerto Rico as they beat Georgia Tech 60-48 and Montana State 78-67.11
12Kentucky Logo KentuckyRhyne Howard's jumper with three seconds left was the difference as Kentucky nipped California 63-61 in Berkeley.12
13Maryland LogoMarylandTaylor Mikesell and Blair Watson scored 23 points each to lead Maryland to a 114-41 win at Georgia State.14
14Indiana LogoIndianaIndiana couldn't recover from an ice cold shooting first quarter against UCLA as they lost 68-58 to the Bruins.13
15 Arizona LogoArizonaAari McDonald and Sam Thomas led Arizona to a comfortable 61-42 win over UCSB to wrap up a 11-0 non-conference slate.17
16 Gonzaga LogoGonzagaJenn Wirth and Katie Campbell combined for 25 points to lead Gonzaga past Missouri State 64-52 to highlight a 2-0 week.20
17West Virginia Logo
West VirginiaKari Niblack's career high 21 points pushed WVU past Michigan State 63-57 on Saturday and they also beat Syracuse on Sunday.18
18 DePaul LogoDePaulDePaul responded to the UConn loss with a hard fought 83-76 win at Loyola Chicago to end the week with a split.15
19Mississippi State LogoMississippi StateBulldogs got back on track this week with three wins over Louisiana, South Florida and Virginia to improve to 11-2 on the year.19
20Missouri State Logo Missouri StateMSU tested themselves by traveling to Gonzaga and lost 64-52 to the Bulldogs. The Bears will grow from the Spokane trip.16
21Arkansas LogoArkansasChelsea Dungee became the fastest Razorback to reach 1,000 points on Saturday as she led Arkansas to a 86-53 win over Little Rock.NR
22Minnesota LogoMinnesotaMinnesota dominated Lehigh 77-49 to pick up their 10th consecutive win to head into conference play with a lot of confidence.24
23South Dakota LogoSouth DakotaUSD was the first team to score 60 points on South Carolina's home court this season as they lost 73-60 against the Gamecocks.22
24Michigan Logo
MichiganMichigan closed out their non-conference schedule with a neutral site 79-69 loss to Florida State on Sunday.23
25Miami LogoMiami(FL)Hurricanes swept all three games this week knocking off Binghamton, UNC Asheville, and Washington State.NR