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AP women's basketball poll

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The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' women's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Feb. 2, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week's ranking:

;Record;Pts;Pv

1. Connecticut (44);20-0;1,100;2

2. Duke;20-1;1,038;1

3. Tennessee;18-3;997;4

4. LSU;18-1;953;5

5. Kansas St.;19-2;890;3

6. Stanford;17-2;847;6

7. North Carolina;19-2;838;7

7. Texas Tech;18-2;838;8

9. Louisiana Tech;17-2;742;9

10. Purdue;18-3;740;10

11. Texas;14-5;610;11

12. Mississippi St.;16-4;581;13

13. Penn St.;18-5;540;14

14. Arkansas;17-5;502;12

15. Minnesota;16-3;482;15

16. South Carolina;16-4;465;16

17. Georgia;14-5;342;18

18. Vanderbilt;13-7;289;17

19. UC Santa Barbara;15-3;227;22

20. Washington;17-3;222;25

21. Wis.-Green Bay;17-3;208;21

22. Villanova;15-4;196;20

23. Boston College;15-4;179;_

24. Oklahoma;13-7;109;19

25. Ohio St.;15-5;83;23

Others receiving votes: Rutgers 64, Arizona 56, Utah 33, DePaul 27, Illinois 16, Tulane 15, Cincinnati 13, Colorado 12, Auburn 11, Florida St. 10, George Washington 10, Indiana St. 6, Notre Dame 4, Michigan St. 2, Chattanooga 1, Montana St. 1, New Mexico 1.
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