WBB Top 25 Polls & NET Rankings (2/28)

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Women's AP Top 25 (2/28)
1. South Carolina (30) (27-1)
2. Stanford (25-3)
3. North Carolina State (26-3)
4. Louisville (25-3)
5. Baylor (23-5)
6. LSU (25-4)
7. Connecticut (22-5)
8. Iowa State (24-4)
9. Texas (21-6)
10. Michigan (22-5)
11. Maryland (21-7)
12. Iowa (20-7)
13. Ohio State (22-5)
14t. Indiana (19-7)

14t. Arizona (20-6)
16. North Carolina (23-5)
17. BYU (25-2)
18. Tennessee (22-7)
19. Oklahoma (22-6)
20. Notre Dame (21-7)
21. Virginia Tech (21-8)
22. Florida Gulf Coast (26-2)
23. Florida (20-9)
24. Georgia (20-8)
25. Georgia Tech (20-9)

Others Receiving Votes
Princeton, Central Florida, Villanova, Toledo, Oregon, Washington State, Dayton, Colorado, Kansas State, Mississippi, South Dakota State, Kansas

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Women's Coaches Top 25 (3/1)
1. South Carolina (31) (27-1)
2. Stanford (1) (25-3)
3. North Carolina State (26-3)
4. Louisville (25-3)
5. Baylor (24-5)
6. LSU (25-4)
7. Iowa State (24-5)
8. Connecticut (22-5)
9. Michigan (22-5)
10. Texas (21-6)
11. Maryland (21-7)
12. Indiana (19-7)

13. Arizona (20-6)
14. BYU (25-2)
15. Tennessee (22-7)
16. Ohio State (22-5)
17. North Carolina (23-5)
18. Iowa (20-7)
19. Oklahoma (22-6)
20. Notre Dame (21-7)
21. Georgia (20-8)
22. Florida Gulf Coast (26-2)
23. Central Florida (21-3)
24. Virginia Tech (21-8)
25. Georgia Tech (20-9)

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

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Women's NCAA NET Rankings (2/28)
1. South Carolina
2. North Carolina State
3. Stanford
4. Louisville
5. Connecticut
6. North Carolina
7. Texas
8. Iowa State
9. BYU
10. Baylor
11. Virginia Tech
12. Oregon
13. Maryland
14. Michigan

15. LSU
16. Arizona
17. Tennessee
18. Iowa
19. Indiana

20. Notre Dame
21. Nebraska
22. Georgia
23. Central Florida
24. Princeton
25. Mississippi
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31. Ohio State
64. Northwestern
67. Michigan State
81. Purdue
89. Minnesota
122. Penn State
126. Rutgers
202. Wisconsin
227. Illinois
 
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Michigan State... they could have really helped their resume by beating Ohio State yesterday, and helping Iowa too.
 

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I wish Iowa could have gotten another crack at Ohio State. Iowa played a much tougher schedule than they did having played 20 games against Quad 1 & 2 opponents and winning 13 of them. Ohio State only played 14 games against Q1 & Q2 winning 9 and played 13 games against Q3 and Q4 opponents while Iowa only played 7.
 
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