This Week’s Women’s Top 25 Fared

No. 1 South Carolina (3-0) beat Charleston 119-38; beat South Dakota 81-71; beat No. 21 Gonzaga 79-72.

No. 2 Stanford (1-0) beat Cal Poly 108-40.

No. 3 UConn (0-0) did not play.

No. 4 Baylor (1-0) beat Central Arkansas 82-37.

No. 5 Louisville (2-0) beat SE Missouri 74-53; beat Eastern Kentucky 101-58.

No. 6 Mississippi St. (1-0) beat Jackson State 88-58.

No. 7 Arizona (1-0) beat Northern Arizona 76-63.

No. 8 NC State (2-0) beat North Florida 93-65; beat NC Central 108-70.

No. 9 UCLA (1-0) beat Cal St.-Fullerton 98-49.

No. 10 Oregon (1-0) beat Seattle 116-51.

No. 11 Kentucky (2-0) beat Murray State 86-60; beat Belmont 70-50.

No. 12 Maryland (2-1) beat Davidson 94-72; lost to Missouri State 81-72; beat No. 14 Arkansas 115-96.

No. 13 Texas A&M (2-0) beat Lamar University 77-61; beat DePaul 93-91.

No. 14 Arkansas (3-1) beat Oral Roberts 96-49; beat Wake Forest 98-82; beat Florida Gulf Coast 86-80; lost to No. 12 Maryland 115-96.

No. 15 Iowa State (1-1) beat Omaha 69-43; lost to South Dakota State 76-69.

No. 16 Indiana (1-0) beat Eastern Kentucky 100-51.

No. 17 Northwestern (0-0) did not play.

No. 18 Oregon State (1-0) beat Montana Western 88-54.

No. 19 DePaul (0-1) lost to Texas A&M 93-91.

No. 20 Ohio St. (1-0) beat Duquesne 82-47.

No. 21 Gonzaga (0-1) lost to No. 1 South Carolina 79-72.

No. 22 Notre Dame (1-1) lost to Ohio 86-85; beat Miami (Ohio) 88-68.

No. 23 Syracuse (1-0) beat Stony Brook 50-39.

No. 24 Missouri State (1-1) beat North Alabma 96-78; lost to Wake Forest 68-59.

No. 25 Michigan (2-0) beat Central Michigan 93-75; beat Oakland 95-62.

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