Feb. 5, 2019

2018-19 WBCA
USA TODAY Sports NCAA Division I Top 25 Coaches' Poll

Feb. 5, 2019

The USA TODAY Sports Top 25 women’s basketball coaches poll, with team’s RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week's poll and first-place votes received:

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Rank

School (record)

Points

Last week’s
rank

First-place
votes

1.

Baylor (20-1)

794

1

27

2.

Louisville (21-1)

763

3

3

3.

Oregon (21-1)

711

4

1

4.

Notre Dame (21-2)

702

5

1

5.

Connecticut (19-2)

688

2

0

6.

Mississippi State (21-1)

661

6

0

7.

Marquette (19-3)

556

9

0

8.

Maryland (20-2)

553

10

0

9.

North Carolina State (21-1)

527

7

0

10.

Oregon State (19-3)

519

11

0

11.

Stanford (18-3)

478

8

0

12.

Gonzaga (21-2)

411

13

0

13.

South Carolina (16-5)

350

18

0

14.

Syracuse (17-4)

348

16

0

15.

Texas (18-5)

331

14

0

16.

Iowa (17-5)

322

12

0

17.

Kentucky (18-5)

246

15

0

18.

Arizona State (15-6)

238

20

0

19.

Florida State (19-3)

218

21

0

20.

Utah (18-3)

196

17

0

21.

Michigan State (16-5)

179

22

0

22.

Texas A&M (18-4)

168

24

0

23.

Iowa State (17-5)

131

25

0

24.

Rutgers (17-5)

126

19

0

25.

Miami (Fla.) (19-5)

76

23

0

Dropped out: None.

Others receiving votes: South Dakota (20-3) 22; New Mexico (18-2) 18; Central Florida (19-3) 16; California (14-7) 15; North Carolina (14-9) 12; Drake (16-5) 11; Missouri (16-7) 8; DePaul (15-7) 3; West Virginia (16-5) 2; South Alabama (17-3) 1.

The USA TODAY Sports Board of Coaches is made up of 32 head coaches at Division I institutions. All are members of the Women's Basketball Coaches Association. The board for the 2018-19 season: Brian Boyer, Arkansas State; Bart Brooks, Belmont; Mary Burke, Bryant; Jackie Carson, Furman; Billi Chambers, Iona; Shane Clipfell, Western Michigan; Cara Consuegra, Charlotte; Bradley Davis, Pacific; Bill Fennelly, Iowa State; Jose Fernandez, South Florida; Freda Freeman-Jackson, Alabama State; Brenda Frese, Maryland; Darrick Gibbs, North Florida; Julie Goodenough, Abilene Christian; Lindsay Gottlieb, California; Kellie Harper, Missouri State; DeUnna Hendrix, High Point; Tamara Inoue, UC Irvine; Carolyn Kieger, Marquette; Belle Koclanes, Dartmouth; Greg McCall, CSU-Bakersfield; Kimberly McNeill, Hartford; Katie Meier, Miami; Jon Newlee, Idaho; Kyle Rechlicz, Milwaukee; Diane Richardson, Towson; Tarrell Robinson, North Carolina A&T; Aaron Roussell, Bucknell; Michael Shafer, Richmond; Joni Taylor, Georgia; Maren Walseth, North Dakota State; and Ryun Williams, Colorado State.