The Women's Top Twenty Five


Tuesday, January 29th 2002, 12:00 am
By: News On 6


The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' women's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 27, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and previous ranking

;Record;Pts;Pv

1. Connecticut (44);22-0;1,100;1

2. Tennessee;17-1;1,056;2

3. Stanford;20-1;1,005;3

4. Oklahoma;16-2;961;4

5. Duke;17-3;921;5

6. Louisiana Tech;14-3;842;8

7. Purdue;16-3;825;10

8. Vanderbilt;19-4;781;6

9. Kansas St.;19-2;754;11

10. Baylor;16-3;642;15

11. South Carolina;17-3;603;7

12. Florida;15-5;601;18

13. Texas Tech;12-6;559;12

14. Texas;14-4;535;13

15. Wisconsin;16-4;476;9

16. Iowa St.;15-5;413;14

17. Colorado;15-6;397;20

18. Colorado St.;16-3;374;19

19. Georgia;14-5;309;17

20. Boston College;15-4;193;24

21. Old Dominion;13-5;180;25

22. Minnesota;15-4;161;23

23. Virginia Tech;15-4;126;16

24. North Carolina;15-6;78;21

25. Auburn;14-6;76;22

Others receiving votes: LSU 63, Arizona St. 45, UNLV 38, Illinois 28, Mississippi St. 28, Iowa 26, Penn St. 18, TCU 17, Notre Dame 16, DePaul 12, Georgia Tech 7, Drake 5, George Washington 5, Saint Joseph's 5, Hawaii 4, Southern Cal 4, Pepperdine 3, Cincinnati 2, New Mexico 2, Santa Clara 2, Fla. International 1, Tulane 1.