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Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – With a game at Alabama looming Monday night at 6 p.m. on the SEC Network, the LSU Women’s basketball team dropped one spot to No. 4 in Monday’s AP Poll.

The Tigers (19-0, 6-0 SEC) are one of three undefeated teams remaining. South Carolina and Ohio State are the other two and they occupy the top two spots. Stanford jumped LSU in the poll.

With a double-double every game this season, Angel Reese can set the LSU record for consecutive doubles-doubles. She is currently tied with Sylvia Fowles who had 19 in a row during the 2006-07 season.

(Release via LSU Athletics)

AP Top 25
1. South Carolina (28) 20-0
2. Ohio State 19-0
3. Stanford 19-2
4. LSU 19-0
5. UConn 17-2
6. Indiana 17-1
7. Notre Dame 16-2
8. UCLA 17-3
9. Utah 16-2
10. Iowa 15-4
11. Maryland 16-4
12. Virginia Tech 16-3
13. Michigan 16-3
14. Oklahoma 16-2
15. North Carolina 14-5
16. Duke 17-2
17. Gonzaga 19-2
18. Iowa State 13-4
19. Arizona 15-4
20. NC State 15-5
21. Villanova 18-3
22. Illinois 16-4
23. Middle Tennessee 16-2
24. Florida State 18-4
25. Colorado 15-4

Others receiving votes: Tennessee 47, Texas 35, South Florida 31, USC 22, Oregon 10, Arkansas 2, UNLV 1, Alabama 1

Dropped from rankings: Oregon 23, Texas 25

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mla010013 months
Ohio St. lost tonight’s game so, LSU should be #2 not #4!?! And Stanford just lost to an unranked USC team??
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extendedfilm13 months
I do not understand the drop in the polls especially since Standford lost recently to USC on Jan. 15 - 55-46. LSU just need to remain focus and continue changing the number on the win column. Geaux Tigers!!!
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SwampGar13 months
Why did Stanford jump us with two losses, a big win/road win or something?
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YMCA13 months
I wish the game bs USC was at home. That atmosphere would be amazing.
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LSU Coyote13 months
I can't wait for Kim to bet that woke ignorant racist coach from eUSC.
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theBru13 months
What bet? $5/pt?
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