AP Top 25

https://www.espn.com/womens-college-basketball/rankings

Minnesota gets 13 pts, so it’s not like they are totally forgotten.
I thought Northwestern was somewhat slighted.

Sorry to see ND leave the poll.
In the Week-3 AP Top 25 Women's Basketball Rankings (right after our Arizona State win), both Arizona State (formerly 19) and Notre Dame (formerly 15) dropped off the rankings, but they still got 46 and 62 votes, respectively.

Minnesota unfortunately did not simply get promoted to Arizona State's former spot just by beating them. As noted, Minnesota got 13 votes ( I think 7 more than last week). Missouri State got 24 votes. Rutgers got a couple and Northwestern got 1 vote.

Big-Ten teams making the Top-25 list were Maryland (9), Michigan State (15), Indiana (18), and Michigan (21).
 

Shades

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Technically it’s pts, not votes.
The Gophers got 13 pts, so that could mean they’re the 25th team on 13 ballots, or the 13th in one ballot, or most likely some combination in between. There’s a link out there somewhere that shows how everyone voted.

When you say “votes” it makes it seem like 13 people voted for the Gophers. Not necessarily or even likely.
 
Technically it’s pts, not votes.
The Gophers got 13 pts, so that could mean they’re the 25th team on 13 ballots, or the 13th in one ballot, or most likely some combination in between. There’s a link out there somewhere that shows how everyone voted.

When you say “votes” it makes it seem like 13 people voted for the Gophers. Not necessarily or even likely.
Oh, thanks for the clarification. I didn't know how that works or how many AP writers get to vote (or, I should say, contribute points).
 




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