ISU Women Get One Vote In AP Weekly Poll; Vanderbilt Is No. 25

SycamoreSage

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Illinois State Garners Seven Votes

AP WOMEN'S POLL -- NOVEMBER 19, 2007
Team (No. 1 votes) W-L Pts Last Week's Ranking

1. Tennessee (50) 3-0 1,250 1

2. Connecticut 2-0 1,186 2

3. Maryland 5-0 1,162 3

4. Stanford 3-0 1,041 5

5. North Carolina 5-0 995 7

6. LSU 3-1 993 4

7. Rutgers 2-1 983 6

8. Georgia 4-0 885 8

9. Duke 3-0 843 10

10. Oklahoma 0-2 792 9

11. Texas A&M 2-0 764 11

12. California 3-0 679 12

13. Baylor 4-0 643 13

14. Arizona State 1-1 588 15

15. Ohio State 3-0 562 16

16. West Virginia 3-0 462 19

17. George Washington 3-1 433 14

18. DePaul 3-0 360 24

19. MICHIGAN STATE 2-1 282 17

20. Florida State 3-1 198 18

21. Texas 2-1 195 21

22. PURDUE 2-0 151 - NR

23. NOTRE DAME 2-1 119 23

24. Auburn 3-0 100 - NR

25. VANDERBILT 2-1 93 20

Others: Marquette 78, Minnesota 54, Pittsburgh 51, Wyoming 42, Oklahoma State 32, N.C. State 30, Old Dominion 30, Georgia Tech 27, Louisville 24, Wisconsin 21, Middle Tennessee 15, Penn State 14, Nebraska 12, Marist 11, Texas Tech 11, ILLINOIS STATE 7, Utah 6, Xavier 6, Mississippi State 4, Southern Miss. 4, Illinois 3, S. Dakota State 3, St. John?s 2, Gonzaga 1, INDIANA STATE 1, Iowa State 1, Southern Cal 1.
 
Do you suppose the one vote came from Vanderbilt? Glad to see they didn't knock Vanderbilt off the board just wounded them some.
 

SycamoreSage

The Captain Level
No Votes in ESPN/USA Today Poll but Vandy Drops to 19th

Nov. 20, 2007

Rank School (first-place votes) Record Points Last week's rank

1. Tennessee (30) 3-0 774 1

2. Connecticut (1) 2-0 730 2

3. Maryland 5-0 710 3

4. Stanford 3-0 652 5

5. LSU 3-1 640 4

6. North Carolina 6-0 628 6

7. Rutgers 2-1 584 7

8. Duke 3-0 529 9

9. Georgia 4-0 522 10

10. Texas A&M 2-0 483 11

11. Oklahoma 0-2 478 8

12. Baylor 4-0 422 13

13. Arizona State 2-1 383 14

14. California 3-0 368 15

15. George Washington 3-1 328 12

16. Ohio State 4-0 326 16

17. West Virginia 3-0 243 20

18. Michigan State 2-1 182 18

19. Vanderbilt 2-1 137 17

20. Purdue 2-0 128 23

21. Florida State 4-1 124 19

22. Texas 2-1 109 22

23. DePaul 3-0 104 NR

24. Notre Dame 2-1 83 25

25. Auburn 3-0 52 NR


Dropped out: No. 21 Louisville (1-2), No. 24 North Carolina State (3-1).

Others receiving votes: Wyoming 48, Marquette 45, N.C. State 42, Minnesota 29, Georgia Tech 25, Louisville 20, Iowa State 20, Oklahoma State 18, Pittsburgh 14, Nebraska 13, Gonzaga 13, Penn State 11, Utah 8, Middle Tenn. St. 8, Xavier 7, New Mexico 6, Bowling Green 6, Marist 5, Wisconsin 4, UCLA 4, Western Kentucky 3, USC 2, Hartford 2, Old Dominion 1, BYU 1, Tulane 1.

The USA TODAY/ESPN Board of Coaches is made up of 31 head coaches at Division I institutions. All are members of the Women's Basketball Coaches Association. The board for the 2007-08 season: Agnus. Berenato, Pittsburgh; Pam Borton, Minnesota; Brian Boyer, Arkansas State:sycamores:; Beth Burns, San Diego State:sycamores:; Debra Clark, Florida A&M; Beth Couture, Butler:sycamores:; Leslie Crane, Western Illinois; Dana Eikenberg, Southern Illinois:sycamores:; Tricia Fabbri, Quinnipiac; Sharon Fanning, Mississippi State; Brian Giorgis., Marist; Julie Goodenough, Charleston Southern; Kellie. Harper, Western Carolina; Mary Hegarty., Long Beach State; Nate Kilbert, Mississippi Valley State; Melissa McFerrin, American; Kevin McGuff, Xavier; Tina Martin, Delaware; Curt Miller, Bowling Green; Dan Muscatell, Sacramento State; Paul Nixon, Columbia; Rick Reeves, Gardner-Webb; Lee Ann Riley, Stephen F. Austin; Jennifer Rizzotti, Hartford; Rhonda Rompola, Southern Methodist; Julie Rousseau, Pepperdine; Brady Sallee, Eastern Illinois:sycamores:; Cindy Stein, Missouri; LaVonda Wagner, Oregon State; Adrian Wiggins, Fresno State; Kay Yow, North Carolina State.
 
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