This Week's Women's Top 25 Fared

Updated: February 3, 2013, 6:56 PM ET
Associated Press

1. Baylor (20-1) beat Texas Tech 90-60; beat No. 19 Oklahoma State 81-62.

2. Notre Dame (20-1) beat No. 9 Tennessee 77-67; beat Cincinnati 64-42.

3. UConn (20-1) beat Villanova 76-43; beat St. John's 71-65.

4. Stanford (20-2) beat Oregon 86-62; beat Oregon State 65-45.

5. Duke (20-1) beat Miami 82-43; beat No. 11 North Carolina 84-63.

6. California (19-2) beat Oregon State 60-38; beat Oregon 72-45.

7. Penn State (17-3) lost to Wisconsin 63-61.

8. Kentucky (19-3) lost to No. 13 Georgia 75-71.

9. Tennessee (17-5) lost to No. 2 Notre Dame 77-67; beat Mississippi State 88-45; lost to Missouri 80-63.

10. Maryland (18-3) beat Boston College 85-62.

11. North Carolina (20-3) beat No. 20 Florida State 72-62; lost to No. 5 Duke 84-63.

12. Louisville (19-4) beat South Florida 78-75; beat Georgetown 74-60.

13. Georgia (19-3) beat Alabama 65-59; beat No. 8 Kentucky 75-71.

14. Purdue (18-3) beat Indiana 59-42.

15. South Carolina (19-3) beat Auburn 59-51.

16. Texas A&M (17-5) beat Vanderbilt 60-52.

17. Dayton (19-1) beat VCU 60-49; beat Richmond 72-64.

18. UCLA (17-4) beat No. 22 Colorado 62-46; beat Utah 72-45.

19. Oklahoma State (15-5) lost to West Virginia 67-61; lost to No. 1 Baylor 81-62.

20. Florida State (18-4) lost to No. 11 North Carolina 72-62; beat Clemson 83-61.

21. Oklahoma (16-5) beat TCU 74-53; lost to West Virginia 82-63.

22. Colorado (16-5) lost to No. 18 UCLA 62-46; beat Southern Cal 65-49.

23. Iowa State (15-5) lost to Kansas 78-75, OT; beat Texas Tech 67-52.

24. Iowa (16-7) lost to Illinois 74-62; lost to Northwestern 67-65.

25. Delaware (18-3) beat Northeastern 77-50; beat Georgia State 70-38; beat Hofstra 79-63.


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