Bowling Green's 25-game winning streak lifted the school into the AP Top 25 women's college basketball poll Monday.

The Falcons (25-2) checked in at No. 25, while Connecticut remained a unanimous No. 1 for the 14th week in a row.

The Huskies are 30-0 and closed out their perfect regular season with a 69-59 win over Rutgers on Monday night. UConn easily defeated Villanova and Seton Hall last week.

Stanford moved back into the No. 2 spot. The Cardinal were second in the preseason poll before losing to Baylor in the first week. Oklahoma dropped one place to No. 3 after losing to Texas A&M last Monday.

The Sooners had held the No. 2 spot the previous six weeks.

Maryland moved to No. 4 after clinching the ACC title, followed by Baylor, Auburn and Louisville. Duke moved up to No. 8 after its overtime win against North Carolina.

California took the biggest fall, dropping from fourth to ninth after losing at UCLA on Sunday. The loss knocked the Bears out of a first-place tie in the Pac-10. The Bears may have to play on without Alexis Gray-Lawson, who left the game with a sprained left knee.

Texas A&M moved to No. 10 after its win over Oklahoma. The Aggies were followed by North Carolina, Florida State, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, and Texas.

At No. 14, the Panthers have equaled their best ranking _ a spot they achieved last season. They were followed by Texas.

Xavier fell three places to No. 16 after its 15-game winning streak ended in a loss to Temple.

South Dakota State climbed to No. 17, followed by Arizona State, Tennessee, and Notre Dame.

Florida, Vanderbilt, Iowa State, Virginia, and Bowling Green rounded out the poll.

Bowling Green, which needed overtime to beat Buffalo in a game last week that set an NCAA record for combined points score (39), returned to Top 25 for the first time since the final poll in 2007.

Kansas State dropped out after losses last week to Nebraska and Texas A&M.

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