AP Top 25: Week 7 College Basketball Rankings

The 2018-19 college basketball season is in full swing and on Monday, December 17 the Associated Press announced its latest AP Top 25 poll for Week 7. This week, Kansas, Duke, and Tennessee remain atop the poll. Defending national champion Villanova, meanwhile, has crashed out of the rankings.

Every team ranked in the top five for Week 7 received first-place votes: Kansas (56), Duke (5), Tennessee (2), Michigan (1), and Virginia (1).

Where does your team stand in the latest rankings?

The latest AP Top 25 for the 2018-19 college basketball season can be seen below.


College Basketball AP Top 25 Poll – Week 7

  1. Kansas (56)
  2. Duke (5)
  3. Tennessee (2)
  4. Michigan (1)
  5. Virginia (1)
  6. Nevada
  7. Auburn
  8. Gonzaga
  9. North Carolina
  10. Michigan State
  11. Florida State
  12. Texas Tech
  13. Virginia Tech
  14. Buffalo
  15. Ohio State
  16. Wisconsin
  17. Mississippi State
  18. Arizona State
  19. Kentucky
  20. Marquette
  21. Houston
  22. Indiana
  23. Iowa
  24. Furman
  25. Nebraska

Others receiving votes: Oklahoma 115, Maryland 103, Kansas St 90, St. John’s 59, Villanova 52, NC State 38, Purdue 20, TCU 17, Iowa St. 9, Cincinnati 7, Louisville 6, Minnesota 3, Florida 3, Belmont 2, San Francisco 2, NJIT 1.

The board for the 2017-18 season: Randy Bennett, Saint Mary’s; Jim Boeheim, Syracuse; Tad Boyle, Colorado; Todd Bozeman, Morgan State; Glenn Braica, St. Francis Brooklyn; Scott Cherry, High Point; Tim Cluess, Iona; Jon Coffman, IP-Fort Wayne; Scott Drew, Baylor; Matt Driscoll, North Florida; Fran Dunphy, Temple; Bill Evans, Idaho State; Mark Fox, Georgia; John Gallagher, Hartford; Matthew Graves, South Alabama; Steve Hawkins, Western Michigan; Steve Henson, Texas-San Antonio; George Ivory, Arkansas-Pine Bluff; Ben Jacobson, Northern Iowa; James Jones, Yale; Greg Kampe, Oakland; Mike McConathy, Northwestern State; Greg McDermott, Creighton; Matt McMahon, Murray State; Dan Monson, Long Beach State; Chris Mooney, Richmond; Matt Painter, Purdue; Dave Pilipovich, Air Force; Brett Reed, Lehigh; Kareem Richardson, Missouri-Kansas City; Zach Spiker, Drexel; Mike Young, Wofford.