3/2 Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings

1South Carolina LogoSouth CarolinaSouth Carolina was tested by Texas A&M on Sunday and the Gamecocks rose to the occasion and beat a very good Aggies team 60-52.1
2Oregon LogoOregonSabrina Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard led their senior class to a clean sweep of the Washington schools, blitzing UWs 92-56 on Senior Day.2
3Baylor LogoBaylorTe'a Cooper and Lauren Cox combined for 29 points as Baylor blew out West Virginia 64-39 and the Bears also beat KSU 83-58 on Saturday.3
4Louisville LogoLouisvilleLouisville finished the regular season by soundly beating two good teams in BC and VT as they are the ACC regular season champion.4
5 Connecticut LogoConnecticutMegan Walker and Anna Makurat led a balanced offensive attack as UConn routed Houston 92-40 to cap off a 2-0 week.6
6Maryland LogoMarylandMaryland is on fire heading into the Big Ten Conference Tournament after rolling past Minnesota on Sunday.7
7UCLA LogoUCLAUCLA secured the number two seed in the Pac-12 Conference tournament in Las Vegas after sweeping Colorado and Utah.12
8Gonzaga LogoGonzagaJenn and LeAnne Wirth both scored 14 points to lead Gonzaga to a 56-42 win over Portland, which gave the Bulldogs 17 conference wins.9
9Stanford LogoStanfordStanford responded well after losing at Arizona 73-72 in overtime. Francesca Belibi’s 18 points led the Cardinal to a 55-44 win at ASU.5
10North Carolina State LogoNC StateNC State will be the number two seed in the ACC Tournament after beating Syracuse and Virginia, but losing against Duke. 8
11South Dakota LogoSouth DakotaSouth Dakota wrapped up their regular season in style with a 76-47 win over North Dakota on Saturday afternoon. 11
12Mississippi State LogoMississippi StateJessika Carter and Jordan Danberry scored 21 and 19 points, respectively, as the Bulldogs picked up a big win over Arkansas on Thursday.17
13Northwestern LogoNorthwesternNorthwestern clinched a share of the Big Ten conference title on Saturday as they defeated Illinois 75-58 to improve to 26-3.16
14DePaul LogoDePaulDePaul didn't have enough answers for Marquette defensively as they lost 90-83 on the road to the Golden Eagles.10
15Texas A&M LogoTexas A&MIt was a tough week offensively for Texas A&M as they lost to Alabama at home 76-63  and then lost at South Carolina 60-52.13
16Oregon State Logo Oregon StateThe Beavers were pushed by Washington and Washington State but in the end got the job done and picked up two wins.20
17Missouri State LogoMissouri StateAlexa Willard scores 19 points and dished out four assists as the Bears outlasted Bradley 69-66 on Sunday.21
18Arizona LogoArizonaArizona got a huge win over Stanford on Friday night. However, they flushed that win away with a 55-54 loss at home against California.14
19Kentucky LogoKentuckyKentucky took care of business on senior night against Georgia, winning 88-77. On Sunday, Kentucky was shocked by Vanderbilt 70-64.15
20Indiana Women's Basketball Top 25IndianaAli Patberg, Jaelynn Penn, and Grace Berg all scored in double figures as IU decisively beat Michigan to end the regular season at 23-7.25
21Princeton LogoPrinceton
Princeton had a slow start against Yale, but responded nicely in a 64-49 win that locked up the Ivy League Championship.23
22Old Dominion Women's Basketball Top 25Old DominionVictoria Morris, Amari Young, and Mariah Adams combined for 39 points as ODU beat FAU 60-49 to take control of the C-USA title race.NR
23Iowa Logo
IowaHawkeyes split their games this week as they beat Minnesota 90-82 on Senior night and dropped a 78-74 contest at Rutgers.18
24Arkansas Women's Basketball Top 25ArkansasRazorbacks gave Mississippi State a pretty good battle down in Starkville, but lost 92-83. They bounced back to beat LSU 75-71.NR
25Florida Gulf Coast LogoFlorida Gulf CoastEagles lost their only game of the week. They couldn't get anything going offensively and shot 25.7 percent in a 61-55 loss to North Alabama.19