Rankings roundup: How the top 20 fared, Jan. 12-14

Scott Moldenhauer (Western Michigan-15) Jack Poehling (SCSU-3) 2018 Jan. 12 The St.Cloud State University Huskies host Western Michigan in a NCHC matchup at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, MN (Bradley K. Olson)
Western Michigan and St. Cloud State battled to an NCHC series split this past weekend at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minn. (photo: Bradley K. Olson).

Here is a rundown of how the top 20 teams in the USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll of Jan. 8 fared over the Jan. 12-14 weekend.

No. 1 Notre Dame – did not play

No. 2 St. Cloud State – split with No. 12 Western Michigan

No. 3 Clarkson – defeated Union, defeated Rensselaer

No. 4 Cornell – tied Yale, defeated Brown

No. 5 Denver – did not play

No. 6 Ohio State – split with No. 13 Penn State

No. 7 North Dakota – defeated, tied Bemidji State

No. 8 Minnesota State split with Alaska

No. 9 Minnesota – swept by Michigan

No. 10 Northeastern – swept No. 20 Maine

No. 11 Providence – defeated No. 16 Boston College, tied Boston University

No. 12 Western Michigan – split with No. 2 St. Cloud State

No. 13 Penn State – split with No. 6 Ohio State

No. 14 Bowling Green – swept by Northern Michigan

No. 15 Minnesota Duluth – swept Colorado College

No. 16 Boston College – lost to No. 11 Providence, defeated New Hampshire

No. 17 Omaha – swept No. 20 Miami

No. 18 Wisconsin – split with Michigan State

No. 19 Colgate – defeated Brown, lost to Yale

No. 20 Maine – tied Brown (Jan. 8), swept by No. 10 Northeastern

No. 20 Miami – swept by No. 17 Omaha