Thursday's big ACC battle between Louisville and NC State knocked the Cardinals off the top line, making way for Tennessee to ascend to a No. 1 seed.
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Florida Gators guard Lavender Briggs has decided to transfer to the Maryland Terrapins.
In an unpredictable season, our ranking of the top freshmen follows suit. Notre Dame put two on our list, but the top spot belongs to the Big East.
Louisville and NC State face off Thursday, and the winner will have the edge in the ACC. For now, the Cardinals and Wolfpack hold firm in the top five.
ESPN's updated list includes a new (and unanimous) No. 1 and seven players who weren't on our preseason ranking.
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Kim Mulkey and LSU are 15-2, but which other coaches in their first season at a Power 5 program are making waves? Jennie Baranczyk and OU are 13-2.
These are the games, teams and conference races that are expected to have the most impact on the rest of the season.
Women's college basketball Power Rankings: Are upsets a sign of shake-ups to come in SEC, Big 12 and Big Ten races?
Recent losses by South Carolina, Maryland and Baylor have us rethinking the preseason favorites in some Power 5 conferences.
Several women's college basketball games scheduled this week were postponed, including games involving top-10 teams Stanford, Arizona and Maryland.
Women's college basketball Power Rankings: South Carolina, Louisville remain 1-2 as conference play arrives
As league play starts, we'll find out which team's nonconference records are legitimate. What are the biggest questions in each Power 5 conference?
UConn has fallen out of the top 10 for the first time since 2005. The 11th-ranked Huskies have lost three games this season, the first time they've lost that many before the new year since 2004.
Women's college basketball Power Rankings: Stanford jumps four spots ahead of Final Four rematch with South Carolina
Stanford and Michigan each climbed, while losses dropped NC State and Baylor. Arizona held firm in the top 10, despite being in COVID-19 protocols.
Ten teams remain unbeaten. But this undefeated trio really has what it takes to raise the national championship trophy in 2022.
NC State, which jumps to No. 2, and Louisville have bounced back from season-opening losses to look like Final Four contenders again.
South Carolina remained above the fray, staying put at No. 1 in the AP Top 25 poll, while eight other top-10 teams moved around, led by Maryland's fall from No. 2 to No. 8 after two straight losses.
Women's college basketball Power Rankings: Which teams are thriving and surviving November's tough schedules?
Competitive nonconference schedules have made for a topsy-turvy top 10. Arizona, Louisville, South Florida and Tennessee made the biggest jumps this week.
South Carolina was the unanimous choice as the No. 1 team in the AP women's basketball poll after beating UConn, while Maryland jumped one spot past the Huskies to No. 2.
While South Carolina and UConn prepare to clash in a 1-2 showdown, third-ranked Maryland waits in the wings and passed a big test in beating Baylor.
Your Thanksgiving tournament viewer's guide is here, complete with a look at a potential 1-2 South Carolina-UConn showdown in the Battle 4 Atlantis.