Lady Tigers Up To 6th in Polls

LSU's women's basketball team, winners of the 13 straight games, moved up one more spot in both top 25 polls after last week's victory at No. 1 Tennessee and win over Ole Miss.

The Lady Tigers (22-3, 11-0 SEC) moved up to No. 6 in the Associated Press poll and received 1,028 points, including a first-place vote.

The USA Today/ESPN/WBCA top 25 poll awarded LSU with 625 points to move up to sixth as well.

The top 10 in both polls changed this week following losses by Tennessee, Rutgers, Baylor and Oklahoma. The Lady Vols dropped from No. 1 to No. 3 in both polls following the 16-point home lost to LSU.

Connecticut regained the top spot in both polls and are followed by North Carolina, Tennessee, Maryland, Rutgers, LSU, Stanford, California, Baylor and Old Dominion in the AP poll.

The coaches' top 10 has UConn at No. 1, followed by UNC, UT, Rutgers, Maryland, LSU, Stanford, Cal, Baylor and Oklahoma.

LSU hosts Kentucky on Thursday in the lone game of the week before hosting No. 1 Connecticut on Monday at 6 p.m. CST.

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