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Posted on: Monday, February 8, 2010

CBKB: Nebraska moves up to No. 3 in women's Top 25 poll


Associated Press

THE WOMEN'S TOP TWENTY FIVE

The top 25 teams in the The Associated Press' women's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Feb. 7, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and previous ranking:

Record Pts Pvs

1. Connecticut (40) 23-0 1,000 1

2. Stanford 21-1 959 2

3. Nebraska 21-0 896 4

4. Notre Dame 21-1 894 3

5. Tennessee 20-2 850 5

6. Xavier 18-3 775 7

7. Ohio St. 23-3 740 8

8. Duke 18-4 709 6

9. West Virginia 21-3 627 11

10. Florida St. 20-4 593 15

11. Baylor 17-5 537 15

12. Oklahoma 16-6 511 13

13. Texas A&M 16-5 510 12

14. Texas 16-6 475 17

15. Oklahoma St. 18-5 436 10

16. Georgetown 19-3 402 18

17. Kentucky 20-3 372 20

18. North Carolina 16-5 358 9

19. Georgia 19-5 323 14

20. Iowa St. 18-4 210 22

21. Georgia Tech 19-5 205 21

22. Gonzaga 19-4 118 24

23. LSU 15-7 93 19

24. TCU 17-5 70

25. St. John's 19-4 68 25

Others receiving votes: Vanderbilt 64, Hartford 60, Virginia 56, Wis.-Green Bay 29, Mississippi 12, Michigan St. 11, Miami 10, South Carolina 6, Princeton 5, Penn St. 4, Dayton 3, Middle Tennessee 3, East Carolina 2, Marist 2, Fresno St. 1, Syracuse 1.

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Nebraska keeps moving up in the AP Top 25 women's basketball poll, while North Carolina has dropped to its lowest ranking in eight years.

Connecticut remains No. 1 for a record 38th straight week, and again was a unanimous choice after receiving all 40 first-place votes from a national media panel Monday.

Stanford stays No. 2 with Nebraska up a spot to No. 3. Notre Dame is No. 4 with Tennessee remaining No. 5.

Stanford is no longer unanimous at No. 2 as Nebraska received one second-place vote. The Cornhuskers defeated then-No. 10 Oklahoma State and No. 12 Texas A&M last week to move past Notre Dame.

North Carolina dropped nine places to No. 18 after losses to then-No. 15 Florida State and Miami.