UConn has moved up to No. 1 in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll for the first time this season after beating top-ranked South Carolina last week. The Gamecocks fell one spot to second. This is the third consecutive week that there’s been a different No. 1 team in the women's AP Top 25. UConn has been first for at least one week every season since 2012-13 and 246 times since Jan. 17, 1995, when the Huskies sat atop the poll for the first time. Louisville, North Carolina State and Texas A&M round out the top five teams in the poll.

RecordPtsPrv
1. UConn (26)16-17462
2. South Carolina (2)17-27001
3. Louisville19-16753
4. NC State13-26424
5. Texas A&M (1)19-16396
6. Stanford (1)18-26275
7. Baylor16-25647
8. UCLA12-35308
9. Maryland14-25159
10. Arizona14-250510
11. Michigan11-143212
12. South Florida11-138614
13. Oregon12-437711
14. Indiana13-433215
15. Ohio St.12-330312
16. Gonzaga18-227217
17. Kentucky14-526020
18. Arkansas15-724818
19. DePaul11-417422
19. West Virginia16-317419
21. Tennessee12-517216
22. Georgia16-413924
23. South Dakota St.17-213023
24. Northwestern11-49221
25. Missouri St.13-27925

Others receiving votes: Rutgers 10, Stephen F Austin 7, Oklahoma St. 6, Florida Gulf Coast 5, Georgia Tech 3, Mississippi St. 2, Virginia Tech 2, Rice 2.