CIS Top Ten Tuesday (#8): No changes at the top

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OTTAWA (CIS) – There are no changes at the top this weekin CIS national rankings.

The University of Alberta still leads the way in three sports,including men’s hockey, women’s rugby and men’svolleyball.
In other sports, Guelph (women’s & men’s crosscountry), Montreal (women’s hockey), Ottawa (women’ssoccer) and UBC (men’s soccer & women’s volleyball)all maintain their No.

1 status.

The first basketball rankings of the season will be releasednext Tuesday.

WOMEN’SCROSS COUNTRY

(points) / (previous rankings)
1. Guelph 100 points / (1)
2. Queen’s 87 / (2)
3. Western 78 / (3)
4. Victoria 64 / (4)
5. Toronto 58 / (5)
6. McMaster 47 / (T6)
7. Dalhousie 43 / (8)
8. Trinity Western 39 / (T6)
9. McGill 18 / (9)
10. Laurentian 8 / (10)

MEN’SCROSS COUNTRY

(points) / (previous rankings)
1. Guelph 100 points / (1)
2. Laval 89 / (2)
T3. Windsor 74 / (3)
T3. Victoria 74 / (4)
5. Queen’s 57 / (5)
6. McMaster 48 / (6)
7. Lakehead 39 / (7)
8. Western 22 / (8)
9. Regina 20 / (9)
10. Trinity Western 9 / (10)

WOMEN’SHOCKEY

(regular season record) / (previous rankings)
1. Montreal (2-0-0) / (1)
2. McGill (0-0-0) / (2)
3. StFX (2-0-0) / (3)
4. Wilfrid Laurier (4-1-0) / (4)
5. Queen’s (4-0-1) / (6)
6. Regina (5-1-0) / (5)
7. Western (5-1-0) / (10)
8. UBC (3-2-1) / (8)
9. Alberta (4-1-1) / (NR)
10. Guelph (3-2-0) / (9)

MEN’SHOCKEY

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previousrankings)
1. Alberta (6-0-0) / 168 points (15) / (1)
2. UNB (2-0-0) / 154 (2) / (2)
3. Calgary (6-0-0) / 130 / (4)
4. UPEI (2-0-0) / 98 / (6)
5. McGill (3-0-1) / 71 / (NR)
6. Western (2-1-0) / 59 / (3)
7. Moncton (2-0-0) / 57 / (NR)
8. York (4-0-0) / 52 / (9)
9. Carleton (2-1-0) / 38 / (8)
10. Waterloo (2-1-0) / 31 / (5)

Other teams receiving votes: Saskatchewan (26), Windsor (14),Guelph (13), Laurentian (9),
StFX (7), Toronto (6), Lakehead (3), Acadia (1).

WOMEN’SRUGBY

(regular season / playoff records) / votes (first-place votes) /(previous rankings)
1. Alberta (4-0 / 2-0 playoffs) / 81 points (5) / (1)
2. Guelph (5-0 / 2-0) / 70 (2) / (2)
3. Queen’s (5-0 / 2-0) / 56 / (3)
4. Concordia (7-0 / 1-0) / 55 / (4)
5. StFX (7-1 / 0-0) / 49 / (6)
6. McGill (6-1 / 1-0) / 37 / (7)
7. Acadia (7-1 / 0-0) / 32 (1)/ (5)
8. Calgary (2-1-1 / 1-1) / 31/ (8)
9. Lethbridge (1-2-1 / 1-1) / 13 / (9)
10. McMaster (3-2 / 1-1) / 11 / (10)

Other teams receiving votes: Western (6), Ottawa (4).

WOMEN’SSOCCER

(regular season record) / (votes) / (previous rankings)
1. Ottawa (12-1-3) / 49 points / (1)
2. Western (11-0-5) / 42 / (3)
3. Montreal (9-1-2) / 37 / (6)
4. Alberta (9-1-2) / 36 / (2)
5. Victoria (10-2-0) / 33 / (9)
6. Cape Breton (7-0-4) / 21 / (8)
7. Toronto (10-3-3) / 18 / (7)
8. UBC (8-1-3) / 16 / (4)
9. Laval (8-3-1) / 10 / (5)
10. Trinity Western (8-1-3) / 6 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Dalhousie (4), Wilfred Laurier(3).

MEN’SSOCCER

(regular season record) / (votes) / (previous rankings)
1. UBC (11-1-0) / 50 points / (1)
2. Ryerson (12-0-2) / 44 / (2)
3. York (13-2-1) / 41 / (3)
4. McMaster (11-2-3) / 33 / (5)
5. Montreal (6-2-2) / 29 / (4)
6. UNB (7-2-2) / 24 / (8)
7. Saskatchewan (8-4-2) / 19 / (7)
8. Guelph (8-3-5) / 17 / (6)
9. Victoria (8-3-1) / 7 / (10)
10. UQAM (6-2-2) / 4 / (NR)

WOMEN’SVOLLEYBALL

(regular season record) / (votes) / (previous rankings)
1. UBC (0-0) / 60 points / (1)
2. Trinity Western (0-0) / 56 / (2)
3. Montreal (0-0) / 52 / (3)
4. UBC Okanagan (0-0) / 43 / (5)
T5. Brandon (2-0) / 40 / (6)
T5. York (2-0) / 40 / (7)
7. Sherbrooke (0-0) / 30 / (NR)
8. Manitoba (0-0) / 29.5 / (4)
9. Winnipeg (0-0) / 29 / (8)
10. Ottawa (0-0) / 27.5 / (NR)

Next highest votes: Dalhousie (18), Mount Royal (14), Alberta(12.5), Saint Mary’s (11.5), Queen’s (7).

MEN’SVOLLEYBALL

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previousrankings)
1. Alberta (0-0) / 257 points (24) / (1)
2. McMaster (0-0) / 223 (1) / (3)
3. Trinity Western (0-0) / 198 / (2)
4. Brandon (0-0) / 196 (1) / (5)
5. UBC (0-0) / 144 / (6)
6. Laval (0-0) / 135 / (4)
7. Saskatchewan (0-0) / 87 / (8)
8. UNB (0-0) / 75 / (7)
9. Ryerson (1-0) / 51 / (9)
10. Mount Royal (0-0) / 43 / (T10)

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