AP 25 POLLS

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' college basketball polls, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sunday, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and previous ranking:

men

Record Pts Pv

 1. North Carolina (37) 2-0 1,571 1

 2. Kentucky (8) 2-0 1,520 2

 3. Maryland (14) 1-0 1,496 3

 4. Kansas (5) 1-0 1,415 4

 5. Duke 2-0 1,348 5

 6. Virginia (1) 1-0 1,341 6

 7. Iowa St. 1-0 1,189 7

 8. Oklahoma 0-0 1,095 8

 9. Wichita St. 1-0 1,043 10

10. Gonzaga 0-0 1,040 9

11. Villanova 1-0 1,013 11

12. Arizona 1-0 913 12

13. Michigan St. 1-0 837 13

14. Indiana 1-0 763 15

15. California 1-0 761 14

16. Utah 1-0 514 16

17. Vanderbilt 1-0 462 18

18. Notre Dame 1-0 414 19

19. UConn 1-0 373 20

20. Baylor 1-0 368 22

21. Purdue 2-0 291 23

22. Butler 1-0 284 24

23. LSU 1-0 283 21

24. Michigan 1-0 141 25

25. Oregon 1-0 121 —

Others receiving votes: SMU 105, Texas A&M 83, West Virginia 78, Cincinnati 72, Louisville 39, Miami 37, Wisconsin 25, Providence 14, Dayton 12, Florida St. 10, Xavier 10, Iowa 8, Valparaiso 8, Texas 6, Rhode Island 5, BYU 4, W. Illinois 4, Oklahoma St. 2, Old Dominion 2, UC Irvine 2, Colorado St. 1, Washington 1, Yale 1.

WOmen

Record Pts Pv

 1. UConn (31) 0-0 799 1

 2. South Carolina (1) 2-0 760 2

 3. Notre Dame 1-0 716 3

 4. Tennessee 1-0 713 4

 5. Baylor 1-0 676 5

 6. Florida St. 0-0 583 7

 7. Ohio State 0-1 571 6

 8. Maryland 1-0 562 9

 9. Oregon St. 1-0 544 10

10. Mississippi St. 1-0 497 11

11. Texas 1-0 481 12

12. Texas A&M 2-0 417 13

13. Kentucky 2-0 373 18

14. Duke 2-0 366 14

15. Stanford 2-0 348 16

16. Louisville 0-1 344 8

17. Oklahoma 1-0 265 17

18. Arizona St. 0-1 250 15

19. South Florida 2-0 225 20

20. Northwestern 1-0 211 19

21. California 2-0 168 —

22. George Washington 1-0 161 21

23. Michigan St. 1-0 61 24

24. Chattanooga 2-0 57 25

25. Syracuse 1-0 55 23

Others receiving votes: DePaul 43, Princeton 41, Florida Gulf Coast 40, Rutgers 31, Iowa 10, Arkansas 7, North Carolina 6, W. Kentucky 6, UCLA 5, Missouri 3, Dayton 2, Green Bay 1, Miami 1, Oregon 1.