Creighton moved into the top 10 for the first time this season, and Nebraska remains in the top five.
The newest edition of the coaches Top 25 poll was released Monday, and the Jays moved up one spot to No. 10. Nebraska held steady at No. 5.
CU has won 10 matches in a row, a stretch that included a perfect showing last weekend when Creighton (16-3, 8-0) swept both Butler and Xavier at Sokol Arena. It’ll play twice at Providence this weekend.
The Huskers (15-2, 7-1), who have been ranked fifth for three straight weeks, play at Indiana on Friday and at Purdue on Saturday.
Washington, which is the last team to beat the Jays, moved up from No. 10 to No. 9. The rest of the top 10 remained the same as last week.
Baylor is still undefeated and ranked No. 1, followed by Stanford, Pittsburgh and Texas.
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Nebraska's Lexi Sun spikes the ball against Creighton's Megan Ballenger and Madelyn Cole.
Creighton's Madelyn Cole hits the ball.
Creighton's Jaela Zimmerman hits the ball as Nebraska's Lauren Stivirns and Nicklin Hames wait for it to come over the net.
Nebraska Alum Greichaly Cepero received hall of fame honors after Game 2.
Creighton's Grace Nelson reacts after a bad pass as Emily Bressman helps save the ball.
Nebraska's Lauren Stivrins spikes the ball against Creighton's Keeley Davis and Megan Ballenger.
Nebraska fan Arianna Green watches from the walkway before the beginning of the first match at the Devaney Center.
Nebraska's Kenzie Knuckles dives for a ball.
Creighton's Erica Kostela leaps towards to bench for a loose ball as Creighton coach Kirsten Bernthal Booth gets out of the way.
Nebraska's Jazz Sweet and Callie Schwarzenbach block Creighton's Jaela Zimmerman.
Creighton coach Kirsten Bernthal Booth speaks with Nebraska coach John Cook before the game.
Nebraska's Lauren Stivrins celebrates a point by a teammate.
Creighton's Keeley Davis celebrates with her teammates after scoring a kill.