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Notre Dame remains No. 5 in AP women's poll

Connecticut unanimously at top

Notre Dame remained No. 5 in the Associated Press' women's basketball poll.

The UConn women’s basketball team remains the unanimous No. 1 in poll after easily winning four games in five days.

The Huskies beat Oregon, Boston University, Monmouth and St. Bonaventure by an average of nearly 52 points a game. UConn is off until Sunday when it faces Ohio State.

The top nine teams stayed the same with Duke, Tennessee, Louisville and Notre Dame rounding out the first five. Stanford, Kentucky, Maryland, Baylor and Nebraska followed.

Oklahoma had the biggest drop of eight spots, to 18th, after losing at UCLA on Sunday. That was the only loss by a ranked team, as the rest of the Top 25 went 43-0, winning by an average of 31 points.

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