Connecticut remains No. 1 in The Associated Press poll after two easy victories while Middle Tennessee makes it first appearance in the poll since 2009.
The UConn women's basketball team remains No. 1 in The Associated Press poll after easily winning its first game of the season.
Duke was picked to win the ACC preseason women's basketball poll by both media and coaches. The Blue Devils, who return all five starters, were 33-3 last season and have advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight the last four years.
The hard times for basketball at North Carolina have extended to the women's team, which has fallen out of the ESPN/USA Today Top 25 coaches' poll for the first time since 2001.
The top 13 teams in the ESPN/USA Today women's basketball coaches poll are unchanged from last week.
One win, one more week as the unanimous No. 1 team in the country for the Connecticut Huskies.
Connecticut picked up right where it left off last season: unanimous No. 1 in the women's basketball poll.
Connecticut remains a unanimous No. 1 in the latest ESPN/USA Today women's basketball poll. And nobody else is particularly close.
After the first week of 2009 provided plenty of losses for Top 25 teams, the top of the S-curve got shaken up, too.
Unbeatens Connecticut, North Carolina, Texas A&M and Texas remain the top four teams in the latest ESPN/USA Today women's basketball rankings released Tuesday.
South Dakota State has joined The Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time. The Jackrabbits have a 12-1 record and enter the rankings at No. 25.
Unbeatens Connecticut (5-0), North Carolina (8-0) and California (6-0) remained in the top three spots of the ESPN/USA Today women's basketball poll released Tuesday.
Connecticut is the overwhelming pick as the No. 1 team in the ESPN/USA Today women's basketball preseason poll released Wednesday.
The top seven teams -- led by No. 1 Connecticut -- remained unchanged in the latest ESPN/USA Today women's basketball poll released Monday.
Connecticut, North Carolina and Tennessee maintained their four-week reign at the top of the ESPN/USA Today women's basketball poll, which came out Tuesday afternoon.
Connecticut received 30 of 31 first-place votes to remain firmly on top of the ESPN/USA Today women's basketball poll, released Tuesday afternoon.