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Zags Ranked 24th In AP Poll For Second-Straight Week

SPOKANE, Wash. – (November 25, 2013 - The Associated Press Top 25 was released Monday and the Gonzaga University women's basketball team is ranked 24th for the second-consecutive week.

The Bulldogs, who played one game this past week, defeating Eastern Washington University 78-58, received one more vote from a week ago for 105 total votes.

DePaul University is two votes behind the Zags at 103 votes and stands in 25th, while Iowa State University is in 23rd with 190 votes.

The University of Connecticut still holds the No. 1 spot. The Huskies received all 36 first-place votes and 900 total.  Stanford University, who Gonzaga plays Dec. 14, is ranked 6th with 719 votes.

The Bulldogs, 3-1 on the year, host Colgate University Saturday at 2 p.m.

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