This Week’s Women’s Top 25 Fared

No. 1 South Carolina (9-0) beat NC A&T 79-42; beat Kansas St. 65-44.

No. 2 UConn (5-1) beat Seton Hall 74-49; beat No. 24 Notre Dame 73-54.

No. 2 NC State (8-1) beat No. 6 Indiana 66-58; beat Elon 78-46.

No. 4 Stanford (5-2) did not play.

No. 5 Baylor (8-1) beat Morehead St. 73-28; beat Missouri 70-68.

No. 6 Indiana (5-2) lost to No. 2 NC State 66-58.

No. 7 Arizona (7-0) at UC Riverside, canceled.

No. 8 Maryland (8-2) beat Miami 82-74; beat Rutgers 73-59.

No. 9 Iowa (5-1) lost to Duke 79-64; beat Michigan St. 88-61.

No. 10 Louisville (7-1) beat No. 12 Michigan 70-48; beat Belmont 80-66.

No. 11 Tennessee (8-0) beat Tennessee Tech 76-48; beat Virginia Tech 64-58.

No. 12 Michigan (8-1) lost to No. 10 Louisville 70-48; beat Akron 93-54.

No. 13 South Florida (5-3) lost to UT Arlington 61-56.

No. 14 Iowa St. (8-1) lost to LSU 69-60; beat Longwood 94-56.

No. 15 Texas (6-1) beat Jackson St. 78-64; beat No. 17 Texas A&M 76-60.

No. 16 Kentucky (6-1) beat West Virginia 83-60; beat Merrimack 90-56.

No. 17 Texas A&M (8-1) beat Little Rock 65-60; lost to No. 15 Texas 76-60.

No. 18 Ohio St. (6-1) lost to Syracuse 97-91; beat Purdue 70-53.

No. 18 Oregon (4-3) lost to UC Davis 64-57; beat Portland 62-59.

No. 20 Georgia (7-1) beat Texas Tech 66-56; lost to Georgia Tech 55-54.

No. 21 BYU (8-0) beat Utah 85-80.

No. 22 Florida Gulf Coast (7-1) lost to Princeton 58-55.

No. 23 Oregon St. (4-2) beat Pacific 76-72.

No. 24 Notre Dame (7-2) beat Michigan St. 76-71; lost No. 2 UConn 73-54.

No. 25 Florida St. (6-2) beat Illinois 67-58; beat Charleston Southern 83-32.

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