Undefeated Baylor finished the NCAA women's tournament as it spent the entire regular season -- as the No. 1 team in the ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll.
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Baylor remained No. 1 in the ESPN/USA Today top 25 women's basketball coaches' poll, and UConn went to No. 2.
Baylor received the majority of first-place votes to come out ahead of Notre Dame as the top-ranked team in the ESPN/USA Today preseason women's college basketball coaches' poll.
Texas A&M received 29 first-place votes in the final ESPN/USA Today women's college basketball poll. The other went to UConn.
Connecticut's stay away from the No. 1 ranking in the ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll has ended after seven weeks.
Baylor has supplanted Connecticut as the No. 1 team in the ESPN/USA Today women's top 25, vaulting into the top spot a week after the Huskies' 90-game win streak came to an end at Stanford.
Baylor is back where they started the season: At No. 2 in the ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll, trailing only Connecticut.
The top five teams in the ESPN/USA Today women's basketball coaches' poll are unchanged this week, but a loss sent Ohio State tumbling.
Connecticut, Stanford and Baylor remained the top three teams in the ESPN/USA Today women's basketball coaches poll released Tuesday, but Duke jumped past Xavier and into the No. 4 spot.
Baylor came closer than anyone else has in years to ending No. 1 Connecticut's 81-game win streak last Tuesday. Their reward ? They dropped a spot from second to third in the ESPN/USA Today coach's poll.
Win or lose Tuesday, the season has been a success for Louisville and coach Jeff Walz, who led the Cardinals to the NCAA title game in just his second season.