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Washington enters Top 25 for first time since 2017

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Undefeated South Carolina remained the unanimous No. 1 while Washington — also undefeated — entered the Associated Press Top 25 women’s college basketball poll for the first time since 2017.

The Gamecocks improved to 10-0 with a 99-29 demolition of Presbyterian on Saturday.

The entire top 10 remains unchanged from the previous week — UCLA (9-0), North Carolina State (11-0), Iowa (11-1) and Texas (11-0) round out the top five, followed by Southern California (8-0), LSU (11-1), Colorado (9-1), Stanford (9-1) and Baylor (9-0).

Washington (11-0) debuts at No. 23 after a 64-32 win over Saint Mary’s, its first appearance in the Top 25 since the final poll in the 2016-17 season. TCU (11-0) also made its 2023-24 debut at No. 25.

Miami and UNLV dropped out of the poll.

The rest of the Top 25:
No. 11. Utah
No. 12 Kansas State
No. 13 Ohio State
No. 14 Notre Dame
No. 15 Virginia Tech
No. 16 Indiana
No. 17 UConn
No. 18 Marquette
No. 19 Louisville
No. 20 Gonzaga
No. 21 Florida State
No. 21 Creighton
No. 23 Washington
No. 24 North Carolina
No. 25 TCU

–Field Level Media

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