Baylor remains undisputed No. 1; Stanford moves to second

Baylor remained an undisputed choice as the No. 1 team in the Associated Press women's college basketball poll.

The undefeated Lady Bears again received all 40 first-place votes and a total of 1,000 points from a nationwide media panel, earning the unanimous top spot for a 12th consecutive week.

Stanford moved up one spot to second and Notre Dame slid up one place to third after Connecticut had its 99-game home winning streak stopped Saturday with a loss to St. John's. The Huskies dropped two spots to fourth.

Miami-Florida, Maryland, Duke, Ohio State, Delaware and Tennessee round out this week's top 10. The Lady Vols moved up three spots from 13th.

The second 10 consists of Penn State, Green Bay, Kentucky, Texas A&M, Georgetown, Louisville, Georgia Tech, Georgia, St. Bonaventure and St. John's. Kentucky tumbled six spots from seventh thanks to a three-game losing streak, while St. John's moved into the poll for the first time since the preseason rankings. The Red Storm quickly dropped out after opening the season with a loss to St. Bonaventure.

DePaul, Purdue, Nebraska, Rutgers and Gonzaga are the last five teams ranked. Gonzaga moved back in after a one-week absence, while BYU and South Carolina each dropped out this week.