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No change at top of women’s D-I poll as Minnesota still No. 1

Still unbeaten this year, Minnesota stays atop the USCHO.com Division I Women’s Poll after sweeping aside Minnesota-Duluth this past weekend.

Boston College beat Maine in its lone game and remains ranked second.

Boston University jumps one spot to No. 3 after defeating Northeastern, while Cornell falls one to No. 4 despite beating both Union and Rensselaer. Harvard falls two places to No. 5 after tying Dartmouth.

Idle Clarkson remains sixth, Mercyhurst stays seventh with a sweep over Penn State, Wisconsin was idle and is again eighth, North Dakota took both from Minnesota State to retain the ninth spot and Minnesota-Duluth holds steady at No. 10.

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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