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Wisconsin remains No. 1 in women’s poll

The top three spots remain the same in the USCHO.com Division I Women’s Poll, including Wisconsin at No. 1 yet again.

Wisconsin earned 14 first-place votes this week.

No. 2 Minnesota had the other first-place vote.

Cornell is again No. 3, followed by Boston College at No. 4 and North Dakota at No. 5.

Mercyhurst falls to No. 6, Northeastern stays seventh, Harvard remains eighth, Boston University jumps to No. 9 and St. Lawrence enters the rankings this week at No. 10.


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  • Lenn

    So Wisconsin gets every first-place vote for each of the past two weeks.  They continue their dominance this past weekend by winning big on the road, and lose a first-place vote?  Please.

  • WcHa HoCkEy

    Minnesota is just as good of a team as they are, they should get more than just one first place vote.

  • Solar-sparky

    WcHa: what are you smoking? Sconnie is 6 points ahead in conference play. The Gopher loss to Bemidji hurts your claim and they still have two games left against UND which split the previous series.

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