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December 28, 2015 AP Women's Basketball Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conference Record Points
1 < 1 Connecticut (32) American 9-0 800
2 < 2 South Carolina SEC 12-0 763
3 < 3 Notre Dame ACC 10-1 725
4 < 4 Baylor Big 12 13-0 712
5 < 5 Texas Big 12 11-0 662
6 < 6 Maryland Big Ten 11-0 654
7 < 7 Kentucky SEC 10-0 597
8 < 8 Mississippi State SEC 11-1 556
9 < 9 Ohio State Big Ten 8-3 550
10 < 11 Oregon State Pac-12 9-1 479
11 < 12 Stanford Pac-12 9-2 472
12 < 13 Duke ACC 9-3 402
13 < 14 Tennessee SEC 8-3 394
14 < 15 Northwestern Big Ten 11-1 349
15 < 10 Florida State ACC 9-3 345
16 < 16 Texas A&M SEC 9-3 327
17 < 22 Arizona State Pac-12 8-3 244
18 < 18 Oklahoma Big 12 9-2 239
19 < 21 California Pac-12 8-2 224
20 < 20 South Florida American 7-2 192
21 < 19 UCLA Pac-12 7-3 137
22 < 23 Miami (FL) ACC 12-1 119
23 < 25 Missouri SEC 12-0 101
24 < 24 Michigan State Big Ten 9-2 99
25 < 17 DePaul Big East 8-5 84
RV < NR USC Pac-12 11-0 36
RV < NR Seton Hall Big East 10-1 34
RV < NR Georgia SEC 11-1 27
RV < NR Virginia Tech ACC 11-1 18
RV < NR Iowa Big Ten 10-2 14
RV < NR Oregon Pac-12 10-0 14
RV < NR Syracuse ACC 7-3 14
RV < NR Florida SEC 11-1 4
RV < NR Princeton Ivy 9-3 4
RV < NR UTEP Conference USA 9-1 4
RV < NR Nebraska Big Ten 9-2 3
RV < NR Oklahoma State Big 12 10-1 2
CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN
Conference Teams Avg Rank Total Points
SEC 6 11.5 2738
Pac-12 5 15.6 1556
ACC 4 13.0 1591
Big Ten 4 13.3 1652
Big 12 3 9.0 1613
American 2 10.5 992
Big East 1 25.0 84

MILESTONES
Total Appearances:
- South Florida reaches 10 appearances and ties three others for #124
- Texas reaches 490 appearances
- Texas A&M reaches 200 appearances

Notes

  • First-place votes, W-L records, and total points are not available prior to 2001-02. If you have some of this data from a verifiable source, please contact me.

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