Denver still perfect, still No. 1 in this week’s Division I Men’s Poll

Ian Mitchell of Denver. Colorado College at Denver at Magness Arena, Feb. 17, 2018. (Candace Horgan)
Ian Mitchell leads Denver in scoring with a 3-7-10 line through eight games for the Pioneers this season (photo: Candace Horgan).

With a sweep over Niagara last weekend, Denver is now 8-0-0 and still atop the Division I Men’s Poll.

The Pioneers garnered 49 of 50 first-place votes in this week’s rankings.

No. 2 UMass picked up the other first-place vote and leapfrogs Minnesota State this week.

Cornell remains No. 4, while Notre Dame holds firm at No. 5. Division I Men’s Poll – Nov. 4, 2019

Penn State moves up six places to No. 6, Minnesota Duluth is down one to No. 7, Clarkson is up three to sit eighth, Ohio State moves up four to No. 9, and North Dakota is up four to No. 10.

The only new team to enter the rankings this week is Omaha, which comes in at No. 20.

Last week’s No. 20 team, Northern Michigan, is up to No. 16.

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