Cowgirls Riding High, Aggies Remain 13th

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NEW YORK CITY, NY -- Wyoming is in The Associated Press women's
basketball poll for the first time in school history, entering at

The Cowgirls have won their first four games, including a 67-66
overtime victory at Wisconsin last week in a rematch of last
season's WNIT finals.

Tennessee remains a unanimous Number-1. The Lady Vols are once
again followed by Connecticut and Maryland.

North Carolina moves up one place to Number-4, barely edging
fifth-ranked Rutgers, which jumped up two spots.

Stanford fell to sixth, Georgia moved up to seventh, LSU dropped
to eighth. Oklahoma and Baylor complete the first 10.

Duke drops to 11th, marking the first time the Blue Devils
aren't in the Top 10 since late December of 2001.

California remains 12th, followed by Texas A&M and Arizona
State. West Virginia, George Washington and DePaul each moved up a

Auburn made the biggest jump, moving up six spots to 18th and
Ohio State fell to 19th. Michigan State rounds out the top 20.

Florida State, Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, Texas, and Wyoming hold
the final five spots.