College Hockey:
Wisconsin again on top of women’s poll

The USCHO.com Division I Women’s Poll remains largely unchanged, with Wisconsin still No. 1 in this week’s rankings.

Cornell is again No. 2, while Minnesota jumps to No. 3, leap-frogging Boston University, who is now sitting fourth.

Mercyhurst retains the fifth spot, and the next four teams – Minnesota-Duluth (No. 6), Boston College (No. 7), North Dakota (No. 8), Providence (No. 9) – are all in the same position as last week.

Harvard falls out of the top 10 this week, putting Dartmouth in the tenth spot.

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  • hockeytimeincapitalcity

    Continued proof that Wisconsin has arguably the best hockey program in the country when you take account of both their men’s and women’s teams.

    • Where Eagles Dare

      really? I’ll stick with BC for the moment, especially after we all witnessed just how far Wisconsin is behind their program (most boring NCAA final in ages…). The womens’ teams for these 2 programs aren’t that much diff. these days…

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