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Women’s College Basketball Ranking

Women’s College Basketball Ranking, Ohio State, Indiana, and LSU have risen to the top of the Power 10 women’s college basketball rankings. Autumn Johnson’s Power 10 rankings have shifted significantly after a dramatic Week 2 in women’s basketball that included upsets and top-ranked contests.

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Here are the top ten, with the previous week’s ranking in parentheses:

  1. State of South Carolina

South Carolina (5-0) maintains its lead following a 76-71 overtime victory against No. 2 Stanford.

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The Gamecocks led for barely four minutes of the game until taking the lead in overtime for the first time since early in the first quarter.

  1. Stanford University

There is no change at No. 2, as Stanford (5-1) remains in second place. Despite their loss to South Carolina, the Cardinal still have a formidable offensive onslaught lead by Cameron Brink, who led all scorers with 25 points against the Gamecocks.

  1. UConn

UConn (4-0) moves up from sixth place last week. The Huskies had a strong week, defeating No. 3 Texas and No. 10 NC State.

Azzi Fudd scored 32 points for the second time in a row. Aubrey Griffin had a great game against NC State, scoring 16 points and grabbing six steals, while Aaliyah Edwards and Nika Mühl continue to be reliable weapons.

Iowa State University

This week, Iowa State (4-0) jumps four positions. The Cyclones dodged a scare earlier in the week by defeating UNI 88-85. Women’s College Basketball Ranking in their next game, the Cyclones beat Columbia by a score of 23. Ashley Joens scored a career-high seven 3-pointers in Iowa State’s 99-76 triumph against Columbia.

Notre Dame, No. 5

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Notre Dame (4-0) is also on the upswing after an unbeaten week in the Shamrock Classic, when they defeated California, Northwestern, and Ball State.

Ohio State University

Women’s College Basketball Ranking, for the first time this season, Ohio State (4-0) enters the picture. Ohio State began the season by defeating then-No. 4 Tennessee 87-75. They’ve since defeated Boston College, Ohio, and McNeese State.

In their four games, the Buckeyes have pushed opponents into an astounding 34 turnovers.

Indiana is number seven

Women’s College Basketball Ranking, Indiana (5-0) joins the Power 10 after defeating Tennessee. The Hoosiers defeated the Lady Vols 79-67.

Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville (4-1) slides two positions after losing 79-67 in overtime to Gonzaga in the Battle 4 Atlantis.

The Cardinals responded with a 71-63 victory against Texas, giving them a chance to finish sixth in the tournament on Monday.

  1. LSU (NR)

After a remarkable week, LSU (5-0) joins the Power 10. The Tigers scored 100 points or more in each of their five games, tying an NCAA DI record for consecutive 100-point games.

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Angel Reese is averaging 23.2 points per game while shooting 65 percent from the field.

10. North Carolina State University

NC State (4-1) completes the Power 10. Three days after beating Charlotte, the Wolfpack fell to UConn, 91-69, in a top-10 battle at the Women’s College Basketball Ranking.