Aggie women up three spots in new AP Top 25

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NEW YORK (AP) - One week after seeing its 17-year run in the poll end, Stanford is back in the Top 25.

The Cardinal re-entered the poll at No. 24 on Monday after beating then-No. 11 UCLA and Southern California. Stanford fell out of the poll last week after being ranked in The Associated Press women's basketball poll for 312 consecutive weeks.

It was tied for the third longest streak in the history of the poll.

UConn remained the unanimous No. 1 choice from the 32-member national media panel. The top eight remained unchanged with Notre Dame, Louisville, South Carolina, Mississippi State, Baylor, Tennessee and Texas following the Huskies.

Oregon moved up a spot to ninth and Ohio State is 10th.

Arizona State came back into the poll at No. 25 while South Florida and Green Bay dropped out of the rankings.

RecordPtsPrv
1. UConn (32) 11-0 800 1
2. Notre Dame 13-1 750 2
3. Louisville 16-0 736 3
4. South Carolina 12-1 680 4
5. Mississippi St. 15-0 677 5
6. Baylor 12-1 634 6
7. Tennessee 13-0 619 7
8. Texas 11-1 600 8
9. Oregon 13-2 515 10
10. Ohio St. 13-2 485 12
11. Florida St. 13-1 455 13
12. West Virginia 13-1 453 9
13. Maryland 13-2 420 15
14. UCLA 10-3 371 11
15. Missouri 13-1 362 16
16. Oregon St. 11-2 323 17
17. Duke 11-3 291 14
18. Iowa 14-1 228 23
19. Texas A&M 11-4 172 22
20. Oklahoma St. 11-2 161 24
21. Villanova 11-1 126 18
22. Michigan 12-3 105 21
23. California 10-3 94 20
24. Stanford 8-6 85 -
25. Arizona St. 11-3 67 -
Others receiving votes: South Florida 65, Rutgers 47, Green Bay 46, Miami 14, New Mexico 7, Syracuse 3, Georgia Tech 3, NC State 2, Brown 1, Virginia Tech 1, DePaul 1, Navy 1.