The Colorado women's basketball team moved up one spot into a tie at No. 20 in the Associated Press poll on Monday.

The Buffs, coming off a weekend sweep of Arizona State and Arizona, are 15-2 overall and 4-2 in the Pac-12 Conference. They are tied with former Big-12 rival Oklahoma (15-3 overall), which dropped from No. 16.

The top 11 teams in the poll did not shift positions at all this week. Baylor is No. 1 with 35 first-place votes, Notre Dame is second (zero first-place votes), while Connecticut (two first-place votes) and Duke (three first-place votes) round out the top four. Of those teams, only Duke is undefeated at 16-0. Baylor, Notre Dame and UConn are each 16-1.

Kentucky (17-1) is No. 5, followed by Pac-12 schools Stanford (16-2) and California (15-2). UCLA is also in the poll at No. 19. 

The Buffs are also ranked in the coaches poll (No. 25) and that new poll will be released Tuesday.

CU faces the top two Pac-12 teams on the road this weekend when the Buffs visit No. 7 Cal on Friday (9 p.m.) and No. 6 Stanford on Sunday (5 p.m.). Both games will be televised on the Pac-12 Network.