WBB Top 25 Polls & NET Rankings (2/21)

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Women's AP Top 25 (2/21)
1. South Carolina (30) (25-1)
2. Stanford (23-3)
3. North Carolina State (25-3)
4. Louisville (23-3)
5. Baylor (21-5)
6. Michigan (21-4)
7. Connecticut (19-5)
8. LSU (23-4)
9. Iowa State (22-4)
10. Indiana (19-5)
11. Texas (19-6)
12. Arizona (19-5)
13. Maryland (20-7)
14. Notre Dame (20-6)
15. Florida (20-7)
16. Tennessee (21-6)
17. Ohio State (20-5)
18. North Carolina (21-5)
19. BYU (23-2)
20. Oklahoma (20-6)
21. Iowa (17-7)
22. Georgia Tech (19-8)
23. Virginia Tech (20-7)
24. Florida Gulf Coast (24-2)
25t. Oregon (18-9)
25t. Georgia (18-8)

Others Receiving Votes
Kansas, Princeton, Central Florida, Washington State, Villanova, Liberty, Toledo, UNLV, Dayton

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USA Today Women's Coaches Poll (2/22)
1. South Carolina (31) (25-1)
2. Stanford (1) (23-3)
3. North Carolina State (25-3)
4. Louisville (23-3)
5. Michigan (21-4)
6. Iowa State (22-4)
7. Baylor (21-5)
8t. Connecticut (19-5)
8t. LSU (23-4)
10. Indiana (19-6)
11. Arizona (19-5)
12. Texas (19-6)
13. Maryland (20-7)
14. Tennessee (21-6)
15. BYU (23-2)
16. Notre Dame (20-6)
17. Ohio State (20-5)
18. North Carolina (21-5)
19. Oklahoma (20-6)
20. Georgia (18-8)
21. Florida (20-7)
22. Iowa (18-7)
23. Florida Gulf Coast (24-2)
24. Georgia Tech (19-8)
25. Central Florida (20-3)

Others Receiving Votes
Virginia Tech, Liberty, Drexel, Mississippi, Oregon, Rhode Island, Stony Brook, Washington State, South Dakota State, Utah, South Dakota, South Florida, Gonzaga, Nebraska

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NCAA Women's NET Rankings (2/21)
1. South Carolina
2. North Carolina State
3. Stanford
4. Louisville
5. North Carolina
6. Connecticut
7. Texas
8. Baylor
9. BYU
10. Virginia Tech
11. Iowa State
12. Oregon
13. Arizona
14. Michigan
15. Maryland

16. LSU
17. Tennessee
18. Notre Dame
19. Indiana
20. Nebraska
21. Iowa

22. Georgia
23. Georgia Tech
24. Central Florida
25. Utah
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32. Ohio State
64. Michigan State
67. Northwestern
73. Purdue
98. Minnesota
121. Penn State
135. Rutgers
207. Wisconsin
209. Illinois
 
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