College Hockey:
Middlebury Stays At No. 1 In USCHO Men’s D-III Poll

— Middlebury remains atop the USCHO.com Division III men’s hockey poll for Nov. 20, as the 2-0 Panthers received 12 of 15 first-place votes. At No. 2 again this week is St. Norbert, which received the remaining first-place nods.

Staying at No. 3 is Manhattanville, while Norwich and Oswego exchanged places at fourth and fifth respectively. Also swapping positions in the poll were No. 6 Wisconsin-River Falls and No. 7 Wisconsin-Superior.

No. 8 Utica and No. 9 Geneseo each moved up one spot from last week, while No. 10 Wisconsin-Stout moved up three.

Staying at No. 11 this week is Hobart, followed by Neumann, which move up two places.

Entering the poll this week are Bowdoin and Colby at No. 13 and No. 14, while closing out the top 15 is New England College, which dropped from No. 8 after a weekend split that included a loss to Conn. College.

Dropping from the poll this week were Wisconsin-Stevens Point, after dropping a pair over the weekend, and St. Thomas.

Other teams receiving votes included St. Scholastica, Wiscoonsin-Stevens Point, Mass.-Dartmouth, St. Thomas, Bethel, Milwaukee School of Engineering, and Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

The USCHO.com Poll is compiled weekly and consists of 15 voters, including 13 coaches of Division III programs and two hockey writers. USCHO.com provides in-depth coverage of college sports, including hockey, lacrosse, soccer and others.

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