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Gonzaga Women Rest Up for No. 1 Stanford

Gonzaga will have a week off to prepare for No. 1 Stanford. Gonzaga will have a week off to prepare for No. 1 Stanford.
SPOKANE, Wash. -

The Zags have the entire week off to prepare for their most difficult challenge so far, and possibly the toughest test they will face all season.

Gonzaga hosts No. 1 Stanford on Sunday. The game will be shown live on SWX in Eastern Washington and North Idaho.

The Cardinal kept their No. 1 status for the second week in a row. The new AP Top 25 poll released Monday showed Connecticut at No. 2 and Baylor at No. 3. Duke was No. 4 and Notre Dame was No. 5.

Stanford won its only game last week, beating Long Beach State on Sunday. Gonzaga went 2-1, beating Missouri State and Winthrop in Hardwood Tournament of Hope in Mexico. They lost 55-42 to Louisville.

 

 

 

AP Top 25 - Week of Nov. 26
RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Stanford (21) 6-0 953
2 Connecticut (17) 5-0 944
3 Baylor (1) 5-1 901
4 Duke 4-0 861
5 Notre Dame 4-0 802
6 Penn State 5-0 752
7 Louisville 6-0 742
8 Georgia 7-0 701
9 Kentucky 4-1 656
10 California 5-0 615
11 Maryland 3-1 602
12 Oklahoma 5-1 459
13 Texas 4-0 453
14 Purdue 5-1 374
15 Ohio State 4-1 366
16 Tennessee 4-1 328
17 St. John's 4-1 314
18 Oklahoma State 4-0 294
19 UCLA 3-1 274
20 Kansas 5-0 265
21 Nebraska 5-1 185
22 North Carolina 6-0 181
23 Dayton 6-0 177
24 Iowa State 4-0 102
25 West Virginia 3-2 91
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