Rankings roundup: How the top 20 fared, Oct. 26-29

The Crimson celebrate Henry Bowlby's (Harvard - 28) first collegiate goal that opened scoring in the game. (Melissa Wade)
Harvard kicked off its season with a 5-0 win over Dartmouth on Sunday (photo: Melissa Wade).

Here is a rundown of how the top 20 teams in the USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll of Oct. 23 fared over the Oct. 26-29 weekend.

No. 1 Denver – defeated No. 6 Boston University, defeated No. 19 Boston College

No. 2 St. Cloud State – did not play

No. 3 Harvard – defeated Dartmouth

No. 4 North Dakota – split with Colorado College

No. 5 Wisconsin – split with St. Lawrence

No. 6 Boston University – lost to No. 1 Denver, lost to No. 11 Providence

No. 7 Minnesota – swept No. 9 Clarkson

No. 8 Notre Dame – split with Omaha

No. 9 Clarkson – swept by No. 7 Minnesota

No. 10 Minnesota Duluth – swept Maine

No. 11 Providence – defeated No. 19 Boston College, defeated No. 6 Boston University

No. 12 Minnesota State – swept No. 16 Michigan Tech

No. 13 Quinnipiac – did not play

No. 14 New Hampshire – tied Vermont

No. 15 Penn State – split with Michigan

No. 16 Michigan Tech – swept by No. 12 Minnesota State

No. 17 UMass Lowell – swept by No. 20 Northeastern

No. 18 Air Force – split with Canisius

No. 19 Boston College – lost to No. 11 Providence, lost to No. 1 Denver

No. 20 Northeastern – swept No. 17 UMass Lowell

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