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USA Today coaches poll for November 25, 2014

Published on November 25, 2014

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Notre Dame moved up one place into the top spot in the USA Today Sports Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, barely getting past South Carolina with total points. The Gamecocks also moved up a spot to No. 2.

Texas moved into the top 10 at No. 9 after a banner week defeating Stanford and UCLA on the road. Stanford fell to No. 4 after securing the top spot last week after the Cardinal took down Connecticut, the preseason leader in the poll.

Team records through Monday are in parentheses. Total points are based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week’s poll and first-place votes received.

Rank School (record)
Points
Last week’s rank
First-place votes
1 Notre Dame (5-0)
772
2
14
2 South Carolina (3-0)
769
3
14
3 Connecticut (2-1)
729
4
2
4 Stanford (3-1)
697
1
0
5 Tennessee (4-0)
671
5
0
6 Texas A&M (5-0)
596
6
0
7 Duke (3-0)
589
7
0
8 Maryland (5-0)
581
8
0
9 Texas (3-0)
579
13
2
10 Kentucky (4-0)
524
9
0
11 Louisville (4-0)
474
10
0
12 North Carolina (4-0)
473
11
0
13 Baylor (1-1)
399
12
0
14 California (4-0)
364
14
0
15 Nebraska (4-0)
352
15
0
16 Iowa (4-0)
268
18
0
17 Michigan State (2-1)
247
17
0
18 DePaul (4-1)
241
20
0
19 Oklahoma State (3-1)
197
19
0
20 Oregon State (3-0)
161
21
0
21 West Virginia (2-1)
126
16
0
22 Syracuse (3-0)
102
22
0
23 James Madison (4-0)
101
23
0
24 Rutgers (3-0)
84
24
0
25 Georgia (4-0)
69
not ranked
0

Dropped out: No. 25 South Florida (3-1).

Others receiving votes: Mississippi State (4-0) 53; Oklahoma (3-0) 34; Vanderbilt (4-0) 27; Gonzaga (3-0) 20; Virginia (4-0) 15; St. John‘s (3-0) 14; Florida State (4-0) 13; Richmond (3-0) 9; Oregon (1-1) 8; South Florida (3-1) 7; Wisconsin-Green Bay (3-1) 7; North Carolina State (4-1) 6; Western Kentucky (3-1) 6; Albany (2-1) 5; Dayton (1-3) 3; Purdue (2-1) 3; Arizona State (2-0) 2; Arkansas-Little Rock (3-0) 1; Seton Hall (2-1) 1; Tulane (4-0) 1.

The USA TODAY Sports Board of Coaches is made up of 32 head coaches at Division I institutions. All are members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.


 

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