AP Top 25 in college basketball

February 14, 2012 

Men

W-L

Pts

Prv

1. Kentucky (63)

25-1

1,623

1

2. Syracuse (2)

25-1

1,559

2

3. Missouri

23-2

1,498

4

4. Kansas

20-5

1,356

7

5. Duke

21-4

1,336

10

6. Ohio St.

21-4

1,284

3

7. Michigan St.

20-5

1,283

11

8. North Carolina

21-4

1,227

5

9. Baylor

21-4

1,064

6

10. Georgetown

19-5

983

12

11. UNLV

22-4

976

14

12. Marquette

21-5

810

18

13. San Diego St.

20-4

688

13

14. Florida

19-6

675

8

15. Wisconsin

19-6

635

21

16. Murray St.

24-1

600

9

17. Michigan

19-7

562

22

18. Indiana

19-6

430

23

19. Louisville

20-5

421

24

20. Florida St.

17-7

406

15

21. Saint Mary's (Cal)

23-3

377

16

22. Virginia

19-5

337

19

23. Notre Dame

17-8

231

-

24. Gonzaga

20-4

221

-

24. Wichita St.

22-4

221

-

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Temple 122, Mississippi St. 108, Creighton 20, BYU 12, Long Beach St. 12, New Mexico 12, Iowa St. 10, Southern Miss. 7, Harvard 6, Saint Louis 5, California 3, VCU 2, Vanderbilt 2, Memphis 1.

WOMEN

W-L

Pts

Prv

1. Baylor (40)

25-0

1,000

1

2. UConn

23-2

950

3

3. Stanford

22-1

905

4

4. Notre Dame

24-2

894

2

5. Duke

21-3

827

5

6. Miami

22-3

816

6

7. Kentucky

21-3

758

7

8. Maryland

21-4

707

8

9. Ohio St.

22-3

655

10

10. Delaware

22-1

644

12

11. Green Bay

21-1

523

9

12. Penn St.

20-5

483

18

13. Tennessee

17-7

462

11

14. Texas A&M

17-6

441

15

15. Georgetown

19-6

418

14

16. Nebraska

19-4

393

13

17. Purdue

19-6

378

16

18. Georgia

19-6

341

21

19. Louisville

18-7

272

20

20. Georgia Tech

18-7

182

22

21. Rutgers

17-7

181

17

22. St. Bonaventure

24-2

176

25

23. BYU

22-4

106

-

24. DePaul

19-7

101

-

25. South Carolina

19-6

72

24

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Gonzaga 64, West Virginia 60, Arkansas 50, St. John's 24, Oklahoma 23, UTEP 17, Princeton 16, Fresno St. 15, North Carolina 15, California 10, Florida Gulf Coast 10, Vanderbilt 6, Middle Tennessee 4, Kansas St. 1.

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