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Jan 26, 12:24 PM EST

Gamecocks still No. 1; Chattanooga joins women's hoops poll

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No. 11 Arizona State women hold off Colorado 68-60

Bulgak leads No. 9 Florida State women past Georgia Tech

Berntsen leads No. 19 Princeton women past Harvard 96-46

No. 10 Kentucky falls short in 73-72 loss to No. 6 Tennessee

No. 18 Mississippi State women beat Vanderbilt 69-44

No. 20 Iowa women break record for 3s, beat Northwestern

No. 15 Nebraska women hold off Illinois, 59-57

No. 8 Louisville women beat No. 23 Syracuse 78-58

No. 1 South Carolina women cruise past Alabama 85-54

No. 14 Texas women edge No. 24 Oklahoma 84-81 in 2OT

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Jim Foster has become the first coach to lead four schools into The Associated Press women's poll, with Chattanooga entering the rankings at No. 25 on Monday.

Foster guided Saint Joseph's, Vanderbilt and Ohio State to the rankings before coming to Chattanooga in 2013. It's the Mocs first appearance in the poll since 1984 when they were ranked for four weeks. Chattanooga hosts Samford on Monday night.

South Carolina remains No. 1 for the 10th straight week. The Gamecocks play No. 12 Texas A&M on Monday night.

South Carolina is followed by Connecticut, Baylor, Notre Dame and Maryland. Tennessee, Oregon State, Louisville, Florida State and Kentucky round out the first 10. The Seminoles jumped eight spots this week after beating the Cardinals and Wake Forest.

Oklahoma also entered the rankings for the first time this season at No. 24. Minnesota and Western Kentucky fell out.

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