UConn’s record 16-year run in the top 10 is over. The Huskies fell four spots to No. 11 in The Associated Press women’s college basketball poll a day after losing to Louisville. UConn had been ranked among the first 10 teams in the poll for 313 straight weeks dating back to March 2005, when the team was also 11th. No. 10 Baylor now has the longest active streak, with 136 consecutive weeks. South Carolina remained the unanimous top choice, receiving all 29 first-place votes from a national media panel. The Gamecocks will face No. 2 Stanford on Tuesday in the second 1-vs-2 showdown this season.

RECORDPTSPRV
1. South Carolina (29)11-07251
2. Stanford8-26783
3. Louisville10-16436
4. Arizona10-06424
5. NC State11-26162
6. Maryland9-35179
7. Tennessee9-15047
8. Indiana9-250010
9. Michigan11-149813
10. Baylor9-24875
11. UConn6-34577
12. Texas8-143511
13. Georgia10-138117
13. Iowa St.11-138112
15. Iowa6-227314
16. Duke9-127015
17. Georgia Tech9-222518
18. South Florida8-321916
19. BYU9-115220
20. Notre Dame10-213721
21. LSU9-113022
22. Kentucky7-312719
23. Texas A&M9-28223
24. Ohio St.8-26824
25. North Carolina10-06625

Others receiving votes: Colorado 52, Oklahoma 45, DePaul 43, Florida Gulf Coast 42, Nebraska 30.