TCU is back in the AP Top 25 for the first time in more than seven years.

The Horned Frogs came into The Associated Press women’s basketball poll on Monday at No. 24. They were last ranked on Nov. 22, 2010 and are 13-4 this season, including a win over then-No. 7 Texas.

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RANK SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1 UConn (32) 18-0 800 1
2 Mississippi State 20-0 764 3
3 Baylor 17-1 726 4
4 Louisville 20-1 703 2
5 Notre Dame 18-2 683 5
6 Texas 15-3 584 9
7 Oregon 18-3 568 7
8 Florida State 18-2 564 12
9 South Carolina 16-3 556 10
10 Tennessee 16-3 519 6
11 Missouri 17-2 497 11
12 Ohio State 16-3 462 8
13 UCLA 15-4 443 13
14 Maryland 16-3 394 14
15 Texas A&M 15-5 302 16
16 Michigan 17-4 297 19
17 Oregon State 14-5 269 18
18 Duke 15-5 222 15
19 Oklahoma State 14-4 203 24
20 West Virginia 16-4 202 17
21 Georgia 17-2 168 NR
22 Green Bay 17-2 164 23
23 California 14-5 120 21
24 TCU 13-5 43 NR
25 Arizona State 14-6 34 22

UConn remains the unanimous No. 1 choice in the poll from the 32-member national media panel. The Huskies had a busy week with a 4-point win over Texas, a lackluster victory over Tulsa and a rout of Temple.

The Huskies play Memphis and Tulane this week.

Mississippi State moves up to No. 2 for its best ranking ever. The Bulldogs are still unbeaten on the season after an impressive win at Tennessee on Sunday. Baylor, Louisville and Notre Dame follow the Bulldogs. The Cardinals suffered their first loss of the season to drop to fourth.

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Texas, Oregon, Florida State, South Carolina and Tennessee round out the first 10 teams.

Georgia also entered the poll this week at No. 21. The team was last ranked on Feb. 9, 2015. Iowa and Rutgers fell out of the poll.

This article was written by Doug Feinberg from The Associated Press and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network. Please direct all licensing questions to legal@newscred.com.

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