Boston College moves up to second in men’s poll

Another week and another No. 1 ranking for Yale in the Division I Men’s Poll.

After that, though, and teams are moving around.

Boston College is the new No. 2, also receiving four first place votes, up from No. 3 a week ago, while Denver is up one spot to No. 3. North Dakota drops from No. 2 to No. 4 and Minnesota-Duluth maintains the fifth spot.

Michigan stays at No. 6, as does New Hampshire at No. 7. Wisconsin is now at No. 8, flip-flopping with Notre Dame, and Rensselaer rises four spots to No. 10.

Miami remains the 11th-ranked team, followed by Maine at No. 12, down two spots, Union down one to No. 13, Merrimack down one to No. 14 and Nebraska-Omaha, up one notch to No. 15.

Boston University falls one place to No. 16, Western Michigan stays No. 17, as does No. 18 Dartmouth. Princeton climbs to No. 19 from No. 20, where Colorado College now rounds out this week’s poll.