USA Today/ESPN Women's Top 25 Poll

The top 25 teams in the USA Today-ESPN Women's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 12, 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 Pvs 1. Baylor (31) 1-0 775 1 2. UConn 1-0 741 2 3. Duke 0-0 687 3 4. Stanford 2-0 683 4 5. Maryland 2-0 650 5 6. Notre Dame 1-0 610 6 7. Kentucky 1-0 599 7 8. Louisville 2-0 555 9 9. Penn State 1-0 531 8 10. Georgia 1-0 472 11 11. Oklahoma 1-0 426 14 12. California 1-0 389 15 13. Texas A&M 0-1 353 12 14. Purdue 1-0 314 18 15. Nebraska 2-0 307 19 16. Vanderbilt 2-0 265 17 17. Delaware 1-1 264 10 18. St. John's 1-1 220 13 19. West Virginia 2-0 191 22 20. Tennessee 1-1 158 16 21. Ohio State 0-1 144 21 22. Oklahoma State 1-0 132 24 23. Miami 2-0 123 23 24. Texas 2-0 88 — 25. Kansas 1-0 79 25

Others receiving votes: Georgetown 59, Georgia Tech 58, Middle Tennessee 33, South Carolina 30, Iowa State 25, Gonzaga 24, Green Bay 18, DePaul 13, Syracuse 10, Rutgers 9, Virginia 8, Marist 7, BYU 5, Iowa 5, Dayton 4, LSU 4, UCLA 4, Arkansas 2, Chattanooga 1.

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