Denver gets 47 first-place votes, stays No. 1 in Division I Men’s Poll

Denver is a perfect 6-0-0 on the young season (photo: Nick Monaghan/Denver Athletics).

After sweeping then-No. 6 Boston College, Denver remains the top-ranked team in this week’s Division I Men’s Poll.

The Pioneers earned 47 of 50 first-place votes.

Second-ranked Minnesota State picked up the other three first-place votes and holds steady at No. 2.

Massachusetts jumps one spot this week to No. 3, Cornell is up one to No. 4 and Notre Dame rises two spots to sit No. 5 this week. Division I Men’s Poll – Oct. 21, 2019

Wisconsin moves up 11 places to No. 6 after sweeping former No. 3 Minnesota Duluth, which falls to No. 8. Providence is up six to No. 7, Quinnipiac falls one to No. 9 and Boston College falls four to No. 10.

New to the rankings this week are Bowling Green (No. 17) and Minnesota (No. 20).

A total of 15 other teams received votes in this week’s rankings.

The Poll consists of 50 voters, including coaches and beat writers and sports professionals from across the country.