Ohio State, Indiana and LSU advance to women’s college basketball Power 10 rankings

After a massive Week 2 of upsets and high-level games in women’s basketball, there’s a lot of movement in Autumn Johnson’s Power 10 rankings.

Here are the top 10, with last week’s ranking in parentheses:

1. South Carolina (1)

South Carolina women's basketball

South Carolina (5-0) remains on top after clinching a bumpy 76-71 win over No. 2 Stanford on the road in overtime.

Leading just four minutes of the game, the Gamecocks took the lead in overtime for the first time since the start of the first quarter.

2.Stanford (2)

There is no change at No. 2 either, as Stanford remains in second place at 5-1. Despite his fall to South Carolina, the Cardinal still has an impressive offensive tackle led by Cameron Brink, who led all scorers against the Gamecocks with 25 points.

3. UConn (5)

UConn (4-0) jumps up from fifth place last week. The Huskies had an impressive week defeating No. 3 Texas and No. 10 NC State.

Azzi Fudd had a consecutive career-high 32 points. Aubrey Griffin had a great game against NC State with 16 points and six steals while Aaliyah Edwards and Nika Mühl remain consistent weapons.

CRAZY: Marquette defeats No. 3 Texas

4. State of Iowa (8)

Iowa State (4-0) jumps up four spots this week. The Cyclones avoided a scare from UNI, who won 88-85 earlier in the week. The Cyclones defeated Columbia on their next outing by 23 points.

Ashley Joens had a great week for Iowa State, setting a new career high with seven 3-point wins in the 99-76 win over Columbia.

5. Notre Dame (9)

Notre Dame women's basketball

Notre Dame (4-0) is also up against California, Northwestern and Ball State after an unbeaten week in the Shamrock Classic.

6. State of Ohio (NR)

Ohio State (4-0) comes into play for the first time this season. Ohio State opened the season with that loss. 4 Tennessee 87-75. Victories over Boston College, Ohio and McNeese State followed.

The Buckeyes have forced their opponents to average a whopping 34 turnovers in their four games.

RANKINGS: Check out the latest AP poll on women’s basketball

7. Indiana (NR)

Indiana (5-0) also breaks into the Power 10 after beating Tennessee. The Hoosiers defeated the Lady Vols 79-67.

8.Louisville (6)

Louisville (4-1) loses two spots after being upset by Gonzaga in Battle 4 Atlantis, who fell flat in overtime 79-67.

The Cardinals bounced back with a 71-63 win over Texas and had a chance to finish fifth in Monday’s tournament.

RELATED: 10 Sleeper 😴 women’s basketball teams to know about

9. LSU (NR)

LSU Women's Basketball

LSU (5-0) enters the Power 10 after a historic week. The Tigers scored over 100 points in all five games, tying the NCAA DI record for consecutive 100-point games.

Angel Reese has a 23.2 average on 65 percent shooting from the field.

10. NC state (10)

NC State (4-1) rounds out the Power 10. The Wolfpack lost a top 10 matchup with UConn, 91-69, three days after defeating Charlotte.

RANKINGS 📊: Who tops the latest AP poll?
STAY UP TO DATE: Results | season stats
STORE: Latest College Basketball Gear