Virginia (7-4-0) is No. 25, while Maryland (11-1-1) slipped one slot to No. 3. Connecticut (11-0-1) remains in the top spot, followed by North Carolina (10-1-1).
In the D.C.-Maryland-Virginia region, Old Dominion (7-2-0) rose four slots to No. 17 and Georgetown (7-2-3) fell seven to No. 20. James Madison (8-1-1) and William & Mary (7-4-0) received votes.
In the women’s poll, unbeaten Stanford and Oklahoma State maintained the top positions. Virginia is 14th, Maryland 16th.