Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings

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11/19 Women's Basketball Top 25 Rankings

RankTeamCommentsPrior
1Notre Dame LogoNotre DameJackie Young's 28 points led a balanced attack for Notre Dame as they pulled away from DePaul on Saturday.1
2Connecticut LogoConnecticutUConn hammered Vanderbilt 80-42 for their second win of the season on Saturday.2
3Oregon LogoOregonDucks swept their two games this week and beat a very good Buffalo team by 20 points to highlight the week.3
4Baylor Logo BaylorBaylor routed Southern 94-49, led by Honesty Scott Grayson's 15 points to lead the Bears' offensive attack.4
5Louisville LogoLouisvilleLouisville had the week off and will get back on the court on Monday night in Boise against Boise State.5
6Stanford Logo
StanfordKianna Williams' 21 points led the Cardinal to a 96-62 win over San Francisco to improve to 3-0 on the season.6
7Maryland Logo
MarylandMaryland picked up their 23rd win against a top ten team under Coach Brenda Frese as they sprinted past South Carolina 85-61.8
8Tennessee LogoTennesseeLady Vols continue to dominate as they had little trouble with UNC-Asheville and Florida A&M.7
9Oregon State Logo
Oregon StateThe Beavers knocked down 15 three-point shots in a 89-56 win over Saint Mary's on Saturday night.9
10Mississippi State Logo
Mississippi StateBulldogs were on fire offensively this week as they scored over 100 points against Lamar and Coppin State.11
11Texas Logo
TexasTwo solid wins for Texas over North Texas and McNeese State as the Longhorns played very well defensively.10
12Iowa LogoIowaIowa was rock solid offensively this week as they blew past Western Kentucky and NC Central.15
13North Carolina State LogoNC StateNC State continues to play good, sound basketball as they swept their two games this week to improve to 4-0.16
14 South Florida LogoSouth FloridaSouth Florida picked up another win over a Power Five conference school as they routed Oklahoma 87-70.18
15Miami Logo
Miami (FL)Miami picked up a nice resume building win over Marquette, 63-55, on Thursday night.20
16South Carolina LogoSouth CarolinaGamecocks couldn't slow down Maryland in the first half as the Terrapins put the game away with a big second quarter.13
17Syracuse Logo
SyracuseSyracuse held up well against Texas A&M as the Aggies gave them a good test for four quarters.21
18DePaul LogoDePaulDePaul just didn’t have enough defensively to slow down Notre  Dame in the third and fourth quarter on Saturday.17
19California LogoCaliforniaCal is now 4-0 on the season after beating BYU and Pacific by double digits and were very efficient at both ends of the court.23
20Missouri LogoMissouriMissouri has some to work to do offensively as they narrowly beat Missouri State and lost to Green Bay 56-49.12
21Marquette LogoMarquette
Marquette played well against Miami but just couldn’t quite get enough going offensively to win.19
22 Arizona State Logo
Arizona StateArizona State got ready for their Louisville showdown by winning an 88-85 shootout over Arkansas in Fayetteville.25
23Texas A&M LogoTexas A&MAggies dropped a hard fought neutral site game against Syracuse as they lost 75-65 to the Orange.22
24Minnesota LogoMinnesotaMinnesota is now 3-0 on the season as Coach Lindsay Whalen has the Golden Gophers playing well so far in 2018.NR
25 Georgia LogoGeorgiaGeorgia learned some valuable lessons this week in losses to UCLA  and Georgia Tech.14