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AP Top 25 women's basketball poll, Week 10

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Connecticut's Breanna Stewart reaches for a rebound against Temple's Donnaizha Fountain in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016, in Storrs, Conn. Stewart had 22 points and 10 rebounds in UConn's 104-49 win over Temple. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' women's college basketball poll, with first-place votes, records through Jan. 17, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and previous ranking.

RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS BALLOTS HIGH LOW
1 UConn (32) 16-0 800 1 32 1 1
2 South Carolina 17-0 766 2 32 2 3
3 Notre Dame 16-1 738 3 32 2 3
4 Baylor 18-1 700 6 32 4 5
5 Maryland 16-2 655 8 32 4 9
6 Texas   16-1 653 4 32 4 8
7 Ohio State 13-4 568 5 32 5 12
8 Arizona State 15-3 558 10 32 5 14
9 Kentucky 14-2 548 9 32 7 12
10 Mississippi State 16-2 530 7 32 7 12
11 Oregon State 14-3 493 12 32 8 13
12 Stanford 14-4 411 11 32 10 18
13 Texas A&M 13-5 399 15 32 11 19
14 Florida State 13-4 397 16 32 9 24
15 South Florida 12-4 326 19 32 12 21
16 Miami 17-2 267 21 31 10 NR
17 Louisville 14-5 254 23 31 12 NR
18 Tennessee 11-5 235 13 28 13 NR
19 Oklahoma 12-4 191 14 28 14 NR
20 UCLA 12-5 160 17 26 16 NR
21 Michigan State 13-4 151 18 25 17 NR
22 Florida   15-3 104 20 24 17 NR
23 Missouri 15-3 103 24 22 15 NR
24 DePaul 14-6 82 NR 16 15 NR
25 West Virginia 15-4 54 NR 13 13 NR
               
Others Receiving Votes   POINTS   BALLOTS HIGH LOW
  Purdue   47   11 17 NR
  Northwestern   46   13 19 NR
  Washington   42   12 19 NR
  Duke   32   11 17 NR
  Syracuse   20   6 19 NR
  Green Bay   19   5 17 NR
  George Washington   11   3 22 NR
  UTEP   7   2 21 NR
  Iowa     6   1 20 NR
  California   5   1 21 NR
  Oklahoma State   5   2 23 NR
  Arkansas   4   1 22 NR
  Colorado State   3   2 24 NR
  San Diego   3   1 23 NR
  St. Bonaventure   3   2 24 NR
  BYU   2   1 24 NR
  Southern California   1   1 25 NR
  Villanova   1   1 25 NR

Here's a breakdown of how voters made their selections: