Virginia women No. 1 in AP poll

November 19, 1990

Virginia edged defending NCAA champion Stanford by nine points to earn the No. 1 ranking yesterday in The Associated Press' preseason women's basketball poll. The Lady Cavaliers FTC received 25 first-place votes and 1,506 points and the Cardinal collected 23 first-place votes and 1,497 points from a panel of 64 women's coaches.

It's the first time Virginia's women have ever been ranked No. 1. Maryland was ranked No. 20.

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