This Week's Women's Top 25 Fared

Updated: March 3, 2013, 8:14 PM ET
Associated Press

1. Baylor (28-1) beat Oklahoma 86-64; beat West Virginia 80-49.

2. Notre Dame (27-1) beat No. 22 Syracuse 79-68; beat Providence 92-57.

3. UConn (27-2) beat Pittsburgh 76-36; beat South Florida 85-51.

4. Stanford (28-2) beat Washington 71-36; beat Washington State 72-50.

5. Duke (27-2) lost to Miami 69-65; beat No. 15 North Carolina 65-58.

6. California (27-2) beat Washington State 73-60; beat Washington 78-50.

7. Penn State (24-4) lost to Minnesota 89-81; beat No. 20 Nebraska 82-67.

8. Tennessee (23-6) beat No. 13 Texas A&M 82-72; lost to No. 10 Kentucky 78-65.

9. Maryland (23-6) lost to No. 24 Florida State 72-71; beat Wake Forest 88-61.

10. Kentucky (25-4) beat Mississippi 90-65; beat No. 8 Tennessee 78-65.

11. Georgia (24-5) lost to Mississippi State 50-38; beat Vanderbilt 55-50.

12. Dayton (26-1) beat Saint Louis 71-61; beat Saint Joseph's 73-66.

13. Texas A&M (21-9) lost to No. 8 Tennessee 82-72; lost to LSU 67-52.

14. South Carolina (23-6) lost to Missouri 65-58; beat Florida 67-56.

15. North Carolina (26-5) beat Boston College 85-57; lost to No. 5 Duke 65-58.

16. Louisville (23-6) beat Seton Hall 72-62.

17. UCLA (23-6) beat Arizona State 58-50; beat Arizona 68-57.

18. Delaware (26-3) beat Hofstra 79-50; beat Drexel 62-57.

19. Colorado (24-5) beat Oregon 60-49; beat Oregon State 66-63, OT.

20. Nebraska (22-7) beat Wisconsin 55-53; lost to No. 7 Penn State 82-67.

21. Green Bay (24-2) beat Detroit 71-63; beat Illinois-Chicago 67-36.

22. Syracuse (22-6) lost to No. 2 Notre Dame 79-68; lost to Villanova 77-75, 3OT.

23. Iowa State (20-7) beat Kansas 83-68; lost to TCU 61-58.

24. Florida State (21-8) beat No. 9 Maryland 72-71; lost to Virginia 72-60.

25. Purdue (21-8) lost to Michigan State 68-61; beat Illinois 76-65.


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