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Doug Feinberg | The Associated Press | February 5, 2018

Top five unchanged, Texas climbs to sixth in latest AP poll

  The Longhorns downed No. 22 TCU and have won four of their last five.

NEW YORK (AP) — UConn remains the top choice in The Associated Press women's basketball poll.

The Huskies (22-0) were still the unanimous No. 1 by the 32-member national media panel Monday. They routed No. 7 South Carolina on Thursday and then blew out Cincinnati on Sunday.

Here's the full poll:

RANKING TEAM RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1 UConn (32) 22-0 800 1
2 Mississippi State 23-0 764 2
3 Baylor 21-1 732 3
4 Louisville 24-1 701 4
5 Notre Dame 22-2 683 5
6 Texas 18-4 610 8
7 South Carolina 18-4 579 7
8 UCLA 18-4 558 9
9 Oregon 21-4 555 6
10 Maryland 20-3 535 11
11 Tennessee 19-4 483 12
12 Florida State 19-4 445 10
13 Ohio State 19-5 360 18
14 Texas A&M 18-6 348 14
15 Missouri 17-5 332 15
16 Oregon State 17-6 298 16
17 Stanford 16-8 283 24
18 Georgia 20-3 267 17
19 Duke 18-6 219 19
20 Green Bay 21-2 218 20
21 Michigan 19-6 175 13
22 Oklahoma State 16-6 92 23
23 North Carolina State 19-5 78 NR
24 TCU 16-6 72 22
25 Arizona State 17-7 52 NR

The first five teams were unchanged in the poll with Mississippi State, Baylor, Louisville and Notre Dame following UConn. The Bulldogs (23-0) host the Gamecocks on Monday night in a key Southeastern Conference clash.

Texas moved up two spots to sixth while UCLA, Oregon and Maryland round out the first 10 teams in the poll. The Ducks dropped three places after losing to then-No. 24 Stanford on Sunday night.

The 17th-ranked Cardinal made the biggest jump in the Top 25, moving up seven spots.

N.C. State entered the poll at No. 23 and Arizona State came in at 25 while West Virginia and California dropped out.

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