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A wild week of upsets led to a shakeup in the Associated Press Top-25 women’s college basketball poll.

South Carolina jumped to No. 1 Monday after receiving 20 first-place votes from a national media panel. Meanwhile, Baylor moved to No. 2 following its victory over UConn and Stanford rose to No. 3. The Gamecocks (16-1) are the already the fourth different team to top the poll this season.

The Huskies (13-1) dropped three spots to fourth after suffering their first loss Thursday against the Lady Bears, 74-58, in Hartford. Louisville rounded out the top-5.

Defending national champion Baylor received seven first-place votes. Louisville landed two and Stanford one.

Eleven ranked teams lost a least one game last week, including No. 2 Oregon and No. 3 Oregon State — both to Arizona State. Furthermore, eight ranked teams lost to unranked teams, causing a massive ripple effect in the poll.

Oregon dropped to sixth, ahead of UCLA and Oregon State. NC State and Mississippi State rounded out the top-10.

The Huskies — who have been ranked in the top-5 every week since late in the 2006-07 season — will next be in action Tuesday (8 p.m.) at Memphis.; @DougBonjour