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South Carolina remained above the fray, staying put at No. 1 in the AP Top 25 poll, while eight other top-10 teams moved around, led by Maryland's fall from No. 2 to No. 8 after two straight losses.
- South Carolina holds at No. 1 amid top-10 chaos
- S.C. women unanimous AP No. 1; Terps No. 2
- Indiana jumps to No. 4, best-ever AP ranking
- NC State falls, becomes 1st top seed to bow out
Women's college basketball Power Rankings: Which teams are thriving and surviving November's tough schedules?
Competitive nonconference schedules have made for a topsy-turvy top 10. Arizona, Louisville, South Florida and Tennessee made the biggest jumps this week.
South Carolina was the unanimous choice as the No. 1 team in the AP women's basketball poll after beating UConn, while Maryland jumped one spot past the Huskies to No. 2.
NC State is back on the top line, and fellow 1-seed Maryland has moved past UConn as the No. 2 overall team in the field behind South Carolina.
While South Carolina and UConn prepare to clash in a 1-2 showdown, third-ranked Maryland waits in the wings and passed a big test in beating Baylor.
Indiana has vaulted up to No. 4 in The Associated Press Top 25 women's basketball poll, its best ranking ever.
The Longhorns upset the defending NCAA champs in the biggest upset of Week 1. We hand out awards to the best of the week and rank the top 16 teams.
Stanford is the reigning champ. South Carolina is No. 1 in the AP Top 25. But with perhaps the deepest roster in program history, UConn opens on top.
The Big Ten put three teams in the top 10, but UConn, South Carolina and 2021 national champion Stanford remain the teams to beat.
Sixth-seeded Texas, 4-seed Indiana and third-seeded Arizona join three No. 1 seeds and a pair of 2-seeds in the Elite Eight. Here's how we rank them.
Which teams will win Sunday to join UConn, Baylor, Indiana and Arizona in the Elite Eight? And what's next for Iowa and Caitlin Clark?
The first No. 1 seed in the NCAA women's basketball tournament has lost, as Indiana upset NC State 73-70 in the Mercado Region semifinals on Saturday night.
ESPN's BPI has spoken, but has a team emerged as a clear favorite? Here are the upsets to expect and the matchups to watch in the regional semifinals.
What's next for Tennessee? Can the Big Ten make up a quarter of the Sweet 16 field? And what's the early take on that UConn-Iowa date?
Baylor, Oregon State and Wright State made jumps as we rank the women's NCAA tournament teams that remain heading into the second round.
Which teams won't be around for long? Which teams are expected to have extended stays in San Antonio? We look at the best and worst case for all 64.
In a season of COVID-19 pauses and cancellations, anything seems possible. So just how far could each team in Monday's top-16 reveal go in 2021?
From why Baylor and NC State were seeded lower than expected to how COVID-19 pauses impacted seeds, here are the biggest takeaways from the reveal.
The NCAA selection committee will reveal its current top-16 teams at halftime of Monday's Stanford-Oregon game (ESPN/ESPN App, 9 p.m. ET).