Baylor strengthened its hold as the top team in women's college basketball, earning the No. 1 ranking from the Associated Press for the seventh straight week.
The Lady Bears received 38 first-place votes -- one more than last week -- and a total of 998 points from a nationwide media panel.
Notre Dame, Connecticut, Stanford, Duke and California kept their respective places from second through sixth. UConn picked up the last two first-place votes -- one fewer than last week.
Penn State, Kentucky, Maryland and Texas A&M complete this week's top 10. Kentucky and Maryland share eighth place, while Texas A&M moved up one spot from 11th.
The second 10 consists of Tennessee, Louisville, Georgia, Dayton, South Carolina, North Carolina, UCLA, Delaware, Florida State and Colorado. Louisville dropped two spots from 10th after a loss to Notre Dame last week.
Syracuse, Purdue, Oklahoma State, Nebraska and Green Bay are the last five teams ranked. Nebraska and Green Bay are this week's newcomers, replacing Iowa State and Oklahoma.