This Week's Women's Top 25 Fared

Updated: December 2, 2012, 8:38 PM ET
Associated Press

1. Stanford (8-0) beat UC Davis 87-38; beat Gonzaga 69-41.

2. UConn (6-0) beat Colgate 101-41.

3. Baylor (6-1) beat Rice 89-49.

4. Duke (6-0) beat Michigan 71-54; beat No. 10 California 77-63.

5. Notre Dame (5-0) beat Central Michigan 72-63.

6. Penn State (6-1) lost to Miami 69-65; beat Fairleigh Dickinson 101-44.

7. Louisville (8-1) beat Tennessee-Martin 79-61; beat Eastern Kentucky 76-42; lost to No. 9 Kentucky 48-47.

8. Georgia (9-0) beat Furman 83-47; beat Georgia Tech 60-50.

9. Kentucky (6-1) beat Miami (Ohio) 92-53; beat No. 7 Louisville 48-47.

10. California (6-1) beat Old Dominion 63-47; lost to No. 4 Duke 77-63.

11. Maryland (4-1) beat No. 21 Nebraska 90-71.

12. Oklahoma (7-1) beat Northwestern State 96-35; beat Marist 68-55.

13. Texas (6-0) beat Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 79-30.

14. Purdue (7-1) beat Georgia Tech 85-73; beat Central Michigan 87-71.

15. Ohio State (5-2) lost to No. 22 North Carolina 57-54; beat Evansville 78-33.

16. Tennessee (6-1) beat Middle Tennessee 88-81, OT; beat No. 22 North Carolina 102-57.

17. St. John's (4-2) lost to Boston University 66-49.

18. Oklahoma State (5-0) beat Texas State 90-55; beat Texas Southern 91-49.

19. UCLA (4-1) beat Loyola Marymount 86-66.

20. Kansas (7-0) beat Grambling State 101-47; beat Minnesota 65-53.

21. Nebraska (6-2) lost to No. 11 Maryland 90-71; beat Idaho State 60-51.

22. North Carolina (7-1) beat No. 15 Ohio State 57-54; lost to No. 16 Tennessee 102-57.

23. Dayton (9-0) beat Wright State 95-73; beat UNLV 82-58; beat Arizona State 65-59.

24. Iowa State (5-0) beat Drake 87-45.

25. West Virginia (4-2) beat Virginia 54-47.


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