Boston College reclaims top spot in men’s poll

After a week out of the top spot, Boston College has reclaimed
the No. 1 ranking in the weekly Division I Men’s Poll.

The Eagles were one of six teams to garner first-place votes from
the 50 voters, with 32 ballots listing BC at the top. No. 2
Denver had 11 first-place votes and No. 3 Colorado College had
four, while No. 5 Notre Dame, No. 6 Ferris State and No. 10 Yale
earned the others.

Last week’s top-ranked team, Michigan, fall to No. 4 this week.

Western Michigan jumps four spots to No. 7, Minnesota stays at
No. 8 and Merrimack is up four places to No. 9.

Union rises one notch to No. 11, North Dakota drops seven to No.
12, Boston University is down six to No. 13, Northern Michigan
goes up three to No. 14 and Minnesota-Duluth remains No. 15, as
does Colgate at No. 16, tied with Miami.

Lake Superior State comes in at No. 18, Cornell at No. 19 and
previously unranked Quinnipiac enters the fold this week at No.

Seventeen other schools also received votes.