This Week's Women's Top 25 Fared

Updated: January 6, 2013, 7:43 PM ET
Associated Press

1. UConn (12-1) beat Oregon 95-51; lost to No. 5 Notre Dame 73-72.

2. Baylor (12-1) beat TCU 74-35; beat No. 13 Oklahoma State 83-49.

3. Duke (13-0) beat N.C. State 67-57; beat Boston College 90-53.

4. Stanford (13-1) beat No. 20 Colorado 57-40; beat Utah 70-56.

5. Notre Dame (12-1) beat St. Francis (Pa.) 128-55; beat No. 1 UConn 73-72.

6. Kentucky (13-1) beat Florida 76-69; beat Alabama 87-70.

7. California (12-1) beat Utah 55-50; beat No. 20 Colorado 53-49.

8. Maryland (10-3) lost to No. 15 North Carolina 60-57; beat No. 19 Florida State 71-64.

9. Penn State (12-2) beat Northwestern 73-69; beat Michigan State 76-55.

10. Georgia (13-2) beat Missouri 77-46; lost to No. 12 Tennessee 79-66..

11. Louisville (12-3) beat Tennessee State 88-25; lost to DePaul 86-80.

12. Tennessee (11-3) beat No. 18 South Carolina 73-53; beat No. 10 Georgia 79-66.

13. Oklahoma State (10-2) lost to Texas Tech 64-59; lost to No. 2 Baylor 83-49.

14. Purdue (13-2) beat Illinois 67-66, OT; beat No. 25 Nebraska 69-66, OT.

15. North Carolina (15-1) beat No. 8 Maryland 60-57; beat Virginia Tech 48-45.

16. UCLA (11-2) beat Saint Joseph's 73-65; beat Oregon 89-80; beat Oregon State 68-64.

17. Oklahoma (12-2) beat West Virginia 71-68; beat Texas 78-70.

18. South Carolina (13-2) lost to No. 12 Tennessee 73-53; beat Mississippi State 60-46.

19. Florida State (12-2) beat Georgia Tech 85-78; lost to No. 8 Maryland 71-64.

20. Colorado (11-2) lost to No. 4 Stanford 57-40; lost to No. 7 California 53-49.

21. Kansas (11-2) beat Kansas State 72-63; beat West Virginia 60-59.

22. Dayton (12-1) did not play.

23. Arkansas (11-3) lost to Auburn 50-47; lost to No. 24 Texas A&M 63-51.

24. Texas A&M (12-4) beat Rice 80-57; beat Alabama 91-52; beat No. 23 Arkansas 63-51.

25. Nebraska (11-4) beat Wisconsin 70-52; lost to No. 14 Purdue 69-66, OT.


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