Aggies Number 12 In AP Poll

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UNDATED -- LSU's streak of Associated Press women's basketball Top 25 appearances is over -- while Connecticut became a unanimous choice at No. 1.
The Lady Tigers today fell out of the AP poll for the first time
since Feb. 25, 2002, a span of 117 straight weeks.
It was the sixth-longest active streak in the country behind
Tennessee (417), Connecticut (279), Duke (169), North Carolina and
Stanford (134).
LSU, 24th in the preseason poll, lost to then-No. 16 Notre Dame
56-50 on Sunday.
The Huskies survived a scare before pulling away from Georgia
Tech on Sunday to remain the top choice in the poll.
Connecticut, a unanimous No. 1 for five weeks last season, had
all but one of the votes in the preseason poll with Stanford
garnering the other first place ballot.
The Cardinal lost at Baylor on Sunday and tumbled to No. 8.
Maryland, third in the preseason poll, was shocked by TCU on Friday
and fell to No. 11.
The Horned Frogs entered the Top 25 -- at No. 24 -- for the
first time since the final poll of the 2004-05 season.
TCU coach Jeff Mittie says: "It's good to be back."

1. Connecticut (45) 1-0 1,125 1
2. Oklahoma 1-0 1,018 4
3. Rutgers 1-0 1,010 5
4. North Carolina 2-0 963 6
5. Tennessee 1-0 931 7
6. Duke 2-0 900 8
7. California 2-0 788 9
8. Stanford 1-1 764 2
9. Louisville 1-0 724 10
10. Baylor 2-0 698 19
11. Maryland 1-1 680 3
12. Texas A&M 2-0 658 11
13. Vanderbilt 2-0 603 12
14. Texas 2-0 519 13
15. Notre Dame 1-0 459 16
16. Virginia 1-0 440 15
17. Ohio St. 2-0 361 18
18. Arizona St. 2-0 345 17
19. Oklahoma St. 0-1 291 14
20. Auburn 1-0 258 20
21. Purdue 1-0 178 23
22. Florida St. 1-0 173 21
23. Xavier 2-0 152 22
24. TCU 2-0 148 -
25. Old Dominion 2-0 106 25
Others receiving votes: Michigan St. 49, Iowa St. 45, Pittsburgh
41, Marist 39, LSU 32, Marquette 28, Utah 24, Georgia 20, Georgia
Tech 17, Syracuse 12, DePaul 8, George Washington 7, Kansas St. 6,
Arkansas 2, Gonzaga 2, Montana 1.




 
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