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Cal reaches highest ranking; top 10 unchanged

UNDATED (AP) _ Oklahoma picked up one more first place vote in this week's Associated Press women's college basketball poll but remain third in this week's rankings.

The Sooners opened the season with a 105-to-71 win over DePaul and received three first-place votes after taking one from Maryland.

Maryland remains Number 1 after getting 46 of 50 first-place votes. North Carolina is second and received the other first-place vote. OU is 16 points behind North Carolina in the voting.

Stanford is 4th this week and Tennessee is 5th.
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