Women’s AP top 25 results for Sunday

Rk. TeamRec.ResultNext
1. CONNECTICUT 19-0Did not playRutgers, Tuesday
2. STANFORD17-1Did not playArizona State, Thursday
3. TENNESSEE17-2 d. Louisiana St., 55-43Auburn, Thursday
Volunteers go on an 18-2 run midway through the second half.
4. NOTRE DAME17-1d. W. Va., 74-66Providence, Wednesday
Fighting Irish improve to 5-1 against ranked opponents.
5. OHIO STATE20-1Did not playat Purdue, today
6. DUKE17-3d. Maryland, 58-57No. 15 Florida State, Friday
Bridgette Mitchell scores the go-ahead basket with 1:29 to play.
7. NEBRASKA17-0Did not playat Texas Tech, Wednesday
8. GEORGIA18-2 l. to Mississippi, 66-65at Mississippi State, Thursday
Bulldogs give up an 11-2 run down the stretch and lose.
9. TEXAS A&M15-2Did not playat No. 10 Baylor, Wednesday
10. BAYLOR14-4Did not playNo. 9 Texas A&M, Wednesday
11. XAVIER14-3Did not playat Rhode Island, Wednesday
12. OKLAHOMA ST.16-3d. Colorado, 74-63Missouri, Tuesday
Andrea Riley scores 26 points to lead Cowgirls.
13. OKLAHOMA14-4 Did not playat Iowa State, Wednesday
14. NORTH CAROLINA15-3Did not playat North Carolina St., today
15. FLORIDA STATE18-3 d. Boston College, 85-64at No. 6 Duke, Friday
Seminoles outscore Eagles, 23-5, over a 9:29 first-half span and cruise.
16. WEST VIRGINIA18-2l. to N. Dame, 74-66Seton Hall, Wednesday
Mountaineers’ winning streak ends at 16 games.
17. WIS. GREEN BAY16-2 Did not playButler, Thursday
18. LOUISIANA STATE14-4 l. to Tennessee, 55-43Kentucky, Thursday
Tigers are held to 26% shooting.
19. GEORGETOWN17-2 Did not playat Marquette, Wednesday
20. TEXAS13-6Did not playNo. 10 Baylor, Sunday
21. VANDERBILT14-6 l. to Miss. St., 65-56Alabama, Thursday
Commodores are swept for the season by Bulldogs.
22. GEORGIA TECH16-5 l. to Virginia, 57-55Miami, Wednesday
Brigitte Ardossi scores 18 points for the Yellow Jackets.
23. TEXAS CHRISTIAN14-4Did not playColorado State, Wednesday
24. VERMONT16-4 d. Stony Brook, 67-45Hartford, Tuesday
Catamounts break game open with a 15-2 run to start second half.
25. VIRGINIA14-5 d. Ga. Tech, 57-55North Carolina State, Wed.
Monica Wright scores 15 of her game-high 23 points in the second half.