But while there was no change at the top, there was plenty throughout the rest of the top 25 as the poll was released on Tuesday.
No. 1 Tennessee trounced Old Dominion 83-51 on Wednesday, led by Team USA prospect Angie Bjorklund and senior international Candace Parker, to improve to 7-0 on the season. The Lady Vols received 29 of 31 first-place votes in the poll and collected 772 points overall.
Second-ranked Connecticut are also 7-0 after their 75-45 win over Virginia on Wednesday night, a game in which Brittany Hunter scored 14 points. The Huskies got one of the two remaining first-place votes and had 744 points.
North Carolina's 102-42 demolition of Wofford on Sunday helped lift the Tar Heels (10-1) one place to third in the poll, followed by Stanford (7-1) and Maryland (13-1), both of which climbed one place.
Maryland received the final first-place vote after recording three wins - over Middle Tennessee State, Northern Iowa, Temple - in a busy week.
Rutgers (7-2) fell to sixth having lost to No. 15 Duke on Thursday before rebounding to beat Army and No. 12 California over the weekend.
Georgia (9-0) is seventh, followed by Louisiana State (6-2), Oklahoma (6-2) and Baylor (6-0).
Next are Texas A&M (8-1), California (8-2), West Virginia (8-1), Auburn (9-0) and Duke (7-3).
DePaul (7-0) are 16th, ahead of Notre Dame (8-1) and Ohio State (6-2), who each collected 237 points to tie for 17th place.
Arizona State (5-3) are 19th while Vanderbilt (8-3) drop three places to 20th after losing 62-51 to Colorado at the weekend.
Michigan State (7-2), George Washington (7-3), Texas (7-2), Oklahoma State (8-0), and Wyoming (8-1) complete the poll. Oklahoma State were previously unranked.
North Carolina State dropped out of the poll after losing to both Xavier and East Carolina in the last week.
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