WBB Ranked No. 15 in Both Polls
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The University of Miami women’s basketball team is ranked in the top 15 nationally for the second week in a row.
Miami (23-6, 11-3 ACC) dropped one spot to No. 15 in both the Associated Press Poll, released Monday, and the USA TODAY Coaches Poll, announced Tuesday.
The Hurricanes split their two outings last week, first dropping a 73-65 decision Thursday night at Virginia Tech before defeating then-No. 22/20 Florida State, 64-54, Sunday afternoon at the Watsco Center.
Miami tallied 320 points in the AP Poll voting, just a 30-point decrease from its total last week. The complete list can be found HERE.
In the Coaches Poll, the Hurricanes amassed 345 points to tie South Carolina at the No. 15 spot. The entire poll is available HERE.
The ACC once again has six ranked teams, as Miami joins third-ranked Louisville, fourth-ranked Notre Dame, No. 10 NC State, No. 17 Syracuse and No. 22/21 Florida State. In addition, Clemson received votes in the AP Poll.
The Hurricanes are back in action Thursday at 7 p.m., when they host Georgia Tech on senior night at the Watsco Center.