Tennessee received 29 of 31 first-place votes to remain No. 1 in the ESPN/USA Today women's coaches' poll.
The Lady Vols (5-0) received 773 points in the poll of 33 coaches to hang on to the top spot. Connecticut (5-0) got the remaining two first-place votes and remained No. 2, while Maryland (8-0) stayed unbeaten and held steady at No. 3.
After that, much of the top 10 played musical chairs.
North Carolina (7-0) moved up two spots to No. 4, while the previous No. 4, Stanford, dropped to No. 5. Rutgers jumped a spot to No. 7 and LSU fell two spots to No. 7.
Rounding out the top 10 were no. 8 Georgia, No. 9 Oklahoma -- which climbed two spots -- and No. 10 Duke, which fell from its previous ranking of No. 8.
Joining the Top 25 was Wyoming (4-0), while Purdue (2-3), which lost three games last week, fell out of the poll.