2014 FIBA Women's World Basketball Championship Live Scores
New York, NY (Sports Network) - Stanford and Connecticut remained the top two teams in women's college basketball, according to the latest Associated Press poll.
The Cardinal received 24 first-place votes and a total of 982 points from a nationwide media panel to maintain the top spot for a fifth straight week, while the Huskies picked up 14 No. 1 votes and 964 points to keep the second spot.
Baylor garnered a pair of first-place votes to remain third and is again followed by Duke, Notre Dame, Georgia, Kentucky, California and Maryland.
Penn State moved up one spot to 10th and Purdue jumped two spots to 11.
Louisville moved up to No. 12, while Tennessee fell to 13th. Oklahoma State, Dayton, North Carolina, UCLA, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Texas rounded out the second 10.
Florida State, Kansas, Colorado, Texas A&M and Arkansas are the last five teams ranked this week. Arkansas is this week's lone newcomer, replacing West Virginia.
This week's schedule features a matchup of the nation's top two teams as Stanford squares off with UConn on Saturday. Notre Dame will also host Purdue on Saturday.