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USA Today Coaches Poll for Nov. 24, 2015: Pac-12 teams with biggest movement, Cal rises, Stanford falls

Published on November 24, 2015

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  • Michigan State (3-0) entered the poll at No. 22 while Seton Hall (4-0) entered at No. 25.
  • Connecticut (2-0) remains the unanimous No. 1. There were no changes in the top eight. Texas A&M (4-0) entered the top ten at No. 9, a rise in three spots. Mississippi State (2-0) rose a spot to No. 10.
  • Cal (4-0) rose six spots to No. 15. Stanford (3-1) fell six spots to No. 16 after losing to unranked Santa Clara last night.
  • No. 16 Louisville and No. 24 Princeton dropped out of the poll. Louisville is winless while Princeton is 2-1.
  • Duke (3-1) and George Washington (3-1) dropped three spots each. Duke landed at No. 12 while GW fell to No. 23. Duke suffered a loss to Texas A&M on Nov. 18.
  • DePaul (3-1) fell one spot, landing at No. 20. The Blue Demons lost to Baylor in the Preseason WNIT Championship on Sunday.
RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS 1ST PLACE VOTES PREV CHANGE
1 Connecticut 2-0 800 32 1 0
2 South Carolina 4-0 757 0 2 0
3 Notre Dame 4-0 733 0 3 0
4 Baylor 4-0 694 0 4 0
5 Tennessee 4-0 659 0 5 0
6 Maryland 3-0 655 0 6 0
7 Oregon St. 3-0 590 0 7 0
8 Texas 3-0 571 0 8 0
9 Texas A&M 4-0 531 0 12 3
10 Mississippi St. 2-0 498 0 11 1
11 Kentucky 4-0 460 0 13 2
12 Duke 3-1 386 0 9 -3
13 Florida St. 2-1 367 0 14 1
14 Ohio St. 2-2 347 0 14 0
15 California 4-0 293 0 21 6
16 Stanford 3-1 287 0 10 -6
17 South Florida 2-1 282 0 17 0
18 Arizona State 1-1 231 0 18 0
19 Northwestern 3-0 229 0 22 3
20 DePaul 3-1 198 0 19 -1
21 Iowa 4-0 147 0 23 2
22 Michigan St 3-0 121 0 26 4
23 George Washington 3-1 108 0 20 -3
24 Oklahoma 3-1 89 0 24 0
25 Seton Hall 4-0 80 0 27 2

Dropped Out: No. 16 Louisville, No. 24 Princeton.

Others Receiving Votes: Louisville 58; Dayton 50; UCLA 31; Syracuse 29; Nebraska 29; Miami (Fla.) 17; Princeton 12; Virginia 9; Washington 7; North Carolina State 7; Oregon 6; St. John’s 6; Villanova 4; Penn State 4; Albany 4; Gonzaga 4; Chattanooga 3; Army 2; Tulane 2; Western Kentucky 1; Arkansas State 1; East Carolina 1.

The USA Today Sports Board of Coaches is made up of 32 head coaches a Division I institutions. All are members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. The board for the 2015-16 season: Katie Abrahamson-Henderson, Albany; Zenarae Antoine, Texas State; Lynn Bria, Stetson; Joan Bonvicini, Seattle; Dawn Brown, Prairie View A&M; Jamie Craighead, San Jose State; Kristy Curry, Alabama; Denise Dillon, Drexel; Brooks Donald-Williams, McNeese State; Oties Epps, Evansville; Brittney Ezell, East Tennessee State; Jason Flowers, Cal-State Northridge; Susan Robinson Fruchtl, Providence; Stephanie Gaitley, Fordham; LeDawn Gibson, Florida A&M; Joe Haigh, Saint Francis (Pa.); Quentin Hillsman, Syracuse; Ali Jaques, Siena; Jeff Judkins, Brigham Young; Brenda Mock Kirkpatrick, North Carolina-Asheville; Kelly Lewis-Jay, Florida Atlantic; Jim Littell, Oklahoma State; Dave Magarity, Army; David Midlick, Austin Peay; Regina Miller, Illinois-Chicago; Mike Neighbors, Washington; Rhonda Rompola, Southern Methodist; Brady Sallee, Ball State; Wendy Schuller, Eastern Washington; Dayna Smith, Cornell; Coquese Washington, Penn State; Amy Williams, South Dakota.

This post is part of the following threads: 2015-16 College Season, 2015-16 Pac-12 – ongoing stories on this site. View the thread timelines for more context on this post.


 

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