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2008-09 ATHLON SPORTS PRESEASON TOP 25 POLL 1. Connecticut 2. California 3. Stanford 4. Texas A&M 5. Duke 6. Maryland 7. Oklahoma 8. Arizona State 9. Tennessee 10. Louisville 11. Rutgers 12. North Carolina 13. Ohio State 14. Texas 15. Old Dominion 16. Vanderbilt 17. Oklahoma State 18. Virginia 19. Kansas State 20. Florida State 21. Xavier 22. Auburn 23. Michigan State 24. Utah 25. Pittsburgh

2007-08 ASSOCIATED PRESS FINAL TOP 25 POLL 1. Connecticut (36-2) 2. North Carolina (33-3) 3. Tennessee (36-2) 4. Stanford (35-4) 5. Maryland (33-4) 6. LSU (31-6) 7. Rutgers (27-7) 8. Texas A&M (29-8) 9. Duke (25-10) 10. California (27-7) 11. Old Dominion (31-5) 12. Baylor (25-7) 13. Oklahoma State (27-8) 14. Oklahoma (22-9) 15. Notre Dame (25-9) 16. Kansas State (22-10) 17. West Virginia (25-8) 18. Utah (27-5) 19. Louisville (26-10) 20. George Washington (27-7) 21. Vanderbilt (25-9) 22. Marist (32-3) 23. UTEP (28-4) 24. Virginia (24-10) 25. Ohio State (22-9)

2007-08 USA TODAY/ESPN COACHES FINAL TOP 25 POLL 1. Tennessee (36-2) 2. Stanford (35-4) 3. Connecticut (36-2) 4. LSU (31-6) 5. North Carolina (33-3) 6. Rutgers (27-7) 7. Maryland (33-4) 8. Texas A&M (29-8) 9. Duke (25-10) 10. Old Dominion (31-5) 11. Oklahoma State (27-8) 12. Louisville (26-10) 13. Notre Dame (25-9) 14. George Washington (27-7) 15. Vanderbilt (25-9) 16. Pittsburgh (24-11) 17. Baylor (25-7) 18. California (27-7) 19. Oklahoma (22-9) 20. West Virginia (25-8) 21. Kansas State (22-10) 22. Virginia (24-10) 23. Marist (32-3) 24. Georgia (23-10) 25. UTEP (28-4)

Once again, Texas A&M achieved its highest national ranking in school history coming in at No. 8 in the final Associated Press Top 25 Poll and No. 8 in the final USA TODAY/ESPN Top 25 Coaches Poll just a year ago. Leading into the 2008-09 season, the Aggies earned a program-best No. 4 preseason national ranking by Athlon Sports which bettered the previous schoolrecord preseason ranking of No. 4 by SLAM Magazine in 2007-08. A&M returns All-American and National Player of the Year candidates Takia Starks and Danielle Gant as well as McDonald’s High School All-American Tyra White.

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2008-2009 Women's Basketball Yearbook  
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2008-2009 Women's Basketball Yearbook

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