Oregon moved up one spot in this week's Associated Press poll to No. 2, the highest ranking in program history.

The Ducks (24-1, 13-0) play No. 12 Oregon State on Monday night at sold-out Gill Coliseum (6 p.m., ESPN2).

The Beavers (20-5, 10-3) fell three spots after losing 77-68 to Oregon on Friday in front of a capacity crowd of 12,634 at Matthew Knight Arena.

Baylor remained No. 1 after receiving 26 of the 28 first-place votes. Oregon received the other two first-place votes.

UConn jumped to No. 3 and Louisville slid to No. 4 after the Cardinals’ lost at home on Sunday to Miami. Defending national champion Notre Dame rounds out the top five.

The other Pac-12 teams in the poll are No. 7 Stanford and No. 17 Arizona State.

Ryan Thorburn’s AP ballot

1. Baylor

2. Oregon

3. UConn

4. Louisville

5. Mississippi State

6. Notre Dame

7. N.C. State

8. Maryland

9. Marquette

10. South Carolina

11. Oregon State

12. Iowa

13. Miami

14. Texas

15. Stanford

16. Gonzaga

17. Kentucky

18. Syracuse

19. Arizona State

20. Iowa State

21. Texas A&M

22. Florida State

23. South Dakota

24. South Dakota State

25 Rice