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Minnesota again the unanimous top team in D-I women’s poll

Minnesota retains its top spot in the USCHO.com Division I Women’s Poll this week and again received all 15 first-place votes.

Clarkson stays No. 2, as does Cornell at No. 3 and Mercyhurst in the fourth slot.

Harvard is up one to No. 5, while Boston College drops one to No. 6.

Boston University holds firm at No. 7 and North Dakota is ranked eighth again this week.

Wisconsin and Northeastern flip-flop this week, with the Badgers moving to No. 9 and the Huskies sitting tenth.

Ohio State was the only other team to receive votes in this week’s poll.

The USCHO.com Division I Women’s Poll is compiled weekly and consists of 15 voters, including 14 coaches of Division I programs and one women’s hockey writer.


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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=199108225 Allen Larson

    wow, Wisconsin jumped in the poll after being swept by Minnesota, I don’t get it, both North Dakota & Ohio State should be in front of them, pollsters must be basing their decision on past years. Well I guess we will see, the Badgers next 8 games are against North Dakota, Ohio State, and Minnesota. This has got to be the toughest stretch of 10 games in women’s college hockey this year. I wouldn’t be surprised if they come out of it winning 3 games or less of the 10. Luckily for them, 6 of the next 8 are home games, so maybe they will do better.