This Week's Women's Top 25 Fared

Updated: January 27, 2013, 9:12 PM ET
Associated Press

1. Baylor (18-1) beat No. 24 Iowa State 66-51; beat No. 20 Oklahoma 82-65.

2. Notre Dame (18-1) beat Pittsburgh 73-47; beat Providence 89-44.

3. UConn (18-1) beat No. 4 Duke 79-49; beat Cincinnati 67-31.

4. Duke (18-1) lost to No. 3 UConn 79-49; beat Clemson 60-46; beat Boston College 80-56.

5. Kentucky (19-2) lost to No. 18 South Carolina 55-50; beat LSU 73-60.

6. Stanford (18-2) beat Utah 65-44; beat No. 20 Colorado 69-56.

7. California (17-2) beat No. 20 Colorado 59-56; beat Utah 71-54.

8. Penn State (17-2) beat No. 23 Michigan 59-49; beat Minnesota 64-59; beat Ohio State 71-56.

9. Tennessee (16-3) beat Vanderbilt 83-75.

10. Maryland (17-3) beat No. 11 North Carolina 85-59; beat Clemson 80-40.

11. North Carolina (19-2) lost to No. 10 Maryland 85-59; beat Miami 64-62.

12. Oklahoma State (15-3) lost to Kansas State 76-70, OT; beat Kansas 65-52.

13. Louisville (17-4) beat Marquette 64-63; beat St. John's 57-54.

14. Georgia (17-3) beat Florida 69-52.

15. Purdue (17-3) beat Northwestern 77-73; beat No. 25 Michigan State 67-62.

16. Texas A&M (16-5) beat Mississippi State 81-33; beat Missouri 77-58.

17. Dayton (17-1) beat George Washington 80-52; beat UMass 83-44.

18. South Carolina (18-3) beat No. 5 Kentucky 55-50; beat Arkansas 43-40.

19. UCLA (15-4) beat Arizona 73-57; beat Arizona State 54-50.

20. Colorado (15-4) lost to No. 7 California 59-56; lost to No. 6 Stanford 69-56.

20. Oklahoma (15-4) lost to No. 1 Baylor 82-65.

22. Florida State (17-3) beat Georgia Tech 76-71; beat Virginia Tech 70-56.

23. Michigan (16-4) lost to No. 8 Penn State 59-49; beat Indiana 61-43; lost to Iowa 63-57.

24. Iowa State (14-4) lost to No. 1 Baylor 66-51; beat West Virginia 53-49.

25. Michigan State (16-4) lost to Nebraska 59-54; lost to No. 15 Purdue 67-62.


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