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AP Poll – Nov. 30. 2015 – Seton Hall, DePaul and UCLA enter; GW, Iowa and Louisville drop out

Published on November 30, 2015
 

Notes

  • Three schools entered the poll: Seton Hall entered at No. 22, DePaul at No. 23 and UCLA at No. 24. The Bruins nearly defeated Notre Dame in an overtime contest Saturday for the Junkanoo Jam championship.
  • Northwestern moved up four spots to No. 15. Syracuse moved up three spots to No. 20.
  • Three teams fell out of the poll: George Washington, Iowa and Louisville.
  • Tennessee dropped four spots to No. 8 after losing to Texas yesterday. The Longhorns are undefeated and take on No. 9 Mississippi State this week.
  • UConn received all of the first-place votes. The Huskies had no trouble routing Kansas State and Nebraska last week. Upcoming games for the No. 1 team include:  at Chattanooga on Nov 30, at DePaul on Dec 2, and at home vs. Notre Dame  on Dec 5.

Full Associated Press Poll || AP’s story on the poll

RANK TEAM POINTS RECORD PREVIOUS
1 Connecticut (32) 800 3-0 1
2 South Carolina 760 7-0 2
3 Notre Dame 734 6-0 3
4 Baylor 707 6-0 5
5 Maryland 634 6-0 6
6 Texas 631 5-0 8
7 Oregon State 591 5-0 7
8 Tennessee 556 5-1 4
8 Mississippi State 551 5-0 8
10 Ohio State 524 4-2 11
11 Kentucky 477 6-0 12
12 Texas A&M 463 5-1 10
13 Florida State 395 5-1 14
14 Duke 371 6-1 15
15 Northwestern 302 6-0 19
16 Stanford 294 6-1 13
17 Arizona State 280 3-2 16
18 California 240 5-1 16
19 Michigan State 195 4-1 20
20 Syracuse 153 4-1 23
21 Oklahoma 151 5-1 21
22 Seton Hall 134 7-0 NR
23 DePaul 97 5-1 NR
24 South Florida 91 3-2 18
24 UCLA 91 3-2 NR

Others receiving votes: Iowa 49, George Washington 40, St. John’s 14, Miami 13, Dayton 11, Missouri 9, Oklahoma State 9, Princeton 9, Purdue 5, NC State 4, Western Kentucky 4, Florida 3, Nebraska 3, Southern Cal 3, Idaho 1, Oregon 1

This post is part of the thread: 2015-16 College Season – an ongoing story on this site. View the thread timeline for more context on this post.


 

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