Oregon slipped from No. 2 to No. 6 in the Associated Press women’s basketball poll released Monday.

There will still be a top-10 matchup this week in Eugene.

The Ducks (14-2, 3-1), who were upset Friday night at Arizona State before beating then-No. 18 Arizona on Sunday, will host No. 3 Stanford on Thursday at Matthew Knight Arena (6 p.m., ESPN).

The Cardinal (15-1, 4-0) is now the Pac-12’s highest-ranked team after moving up two spots.

UCLA is No. 7 after the Bruins (16-0, 5-0) remained unbeaten with a 65-62 win at Colorado.

Oregon State, which had a chance to ascend to the top spot in the poll for the first time, fell to No. 8 after the Beavers’ (15-1, 3-1) loss at Arizona State.

The Sun Devils (13-4, 3-2) vaulted into the AP rankings at No. 18 after becoming the first unranked team to beat top-five teams in back-to-back games.

The Pac-12 parity led to no No. 1 seeds from the conference in ESPN’s latest bracket projection, which has Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford and UCLA as the four No. 2 seeds this week.

South Carolina is the new No. 1 in the AP poll, followed by Baylor, Stanford, UConn and Louisville.

It was a rough week for ranked teams, with 11 of them losing at least one game, including Nos. 1-3 falling in a four-day span. The last time the top three teams in the AP Top 25 lost within a span of seven days was during the 2011 NCAA Tournament.

It wasn't just the top teams that lost. Eight of the Top 25 programs were beaten by unranked teams, showing more parity in the sport than before. Only two teams — No. 9 North Carolina State and No. 16 Gonzaga — stayed in the same place.

Here are a few other tidbits from the poll:

WHAT A WEEKEND

Arizona State had one of the greatest weekends in Division I history, knocking off then-No. 2 Oregon on Friday and No. 3 Oregon State on Sunday. It's the first time a team has beaten two AP top-five teams in back-to-back games during the regular season since 2010, when Stanford topped No. 4 Xavier and No. 1 UConn.

“We have a lot of great teams, including us, in our conference,” Arizona State coach Charli Turner Thorne said. “Clearly, we were young and injured early, but we've gotten healthy.”

The Sun Devils vaulted into the Top 25 this week at No. 18.

RISING HAWKEYES

Iowa had its own stellar week, entering the poll at No. 22 after knocking off then-No. 17 Maryland and beating then-No. 12 Indiana in double overtime. The Hawkeyes moved into a tie atop the Big Ten standings.

FALLING OUT

Princeton dropped out of the Top 25 a week after entering, not because of anything the Tigers did wrong. They won their lone game of the week, routing rival Penn by 20 points on Saturday. The Tigers were 25th last week with just 19 points. They received 30 points this week, but the huge wins by Arizona State and Iowa pushed them in and Princeton out. Michigan also fell out of the poll this week.

The Associated Press contributed to this story