This Week’s Women’s Top 25 Fared

No. 1 South Carolina (10-0) beat No. 8 Maryland 66-59.

No. 2 NC State (10-1) beat Pittsburgh 89-54; beat Saint Mary’s (Cal) 101-73.

No. 3 UConn (6-2) lost to Georgia Tech 57-44; beat UCLA 71-61.

No. 4 Stanford (6-2) beat Pacific 91-62.

No. 5 Baylor (9-1) beat Alcorn St 94-40.

No. 6 Arizona (9-0) beat N. Dakota State 59-47; beat New Mexico 77-60.

No. 7 Louisville (8-1) beat No. 14 Kentucky 64-58.

No. 8 Maryland (9-3) beat Purdue 86-71; lost to No. 1 South Carolina 66-59.

No. 9 Tennessee (9-0) beat Georgia St. 84-60.

No. 10 Indiana (8-2) beat Penn St. 70-40; beat Fairfield 91-58; beat No. 20 Ohio St. 86-66.

No. 11 Texas (7-1) beat Idaho 83-43.

No. 12 Iowa (5-2) lost to No. 15 Iowa St. 77-70.

No. 13 Michigan (10-1) beat Wisconsin 93-81; beat Minnesota 73-61.

No. 14 Kentucky (6-3) lost to Depaul 94-85; lost to No. 7 Louisville 64-58.

No. 15 Iowa State (10-1) beat No. 12 Iowa 77-70; beat N. Iowa 70-69.

No. 16 BYU (8-1) lost to Oklahoma 99-91, OT.

No. 17 South Florida (6-3) beat VCU 64-57.

No. 18 Texas A&M (9-2) beat Texas Southern 88-43; lost to TCU 87-75.

No. 19 Duke (8-0) did not play.

No. 20 Ohio St. (7-2) beat Mount St. Mary’s 94-50; lost to No. 9 Indiana 86-66.

No. 21 Georgia (8-1) beat North Florida 69-40.

No. 22 Notre Dame (9-2) beat Valparaiso 73-56; beat Fort Wayne 78-41.

No. 23 Oregon St. (5-3) beat Monmouth 72-58; lost to Villanova 56-52.

No. 24 LSU (7-1) beat Texas Southern 96-55.

No. 25 Colorado (9-0) beat S. Utah 81-47.

Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.

Related Categories:

College Basketball | Other Sports News | Sports

More from WTOP

Log in to your WTOP account for notifications and alerts customized for you.

Sign up