CIS Top Ten Tuesday (#12)

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November 19, 2013, OTTAWA (ISN) – The McMaster Marauders are the third team in as many weeks to top the CIS men’s volleyball rankings as they take over from the Trinity Western Spartans, whose reign as No. 1 lasted only seven days.

The Marauders (6-0), national finalists last season, received 18 first-place votes and 270 points in the sixth coaches’ poll of the season, compared to 11 number-one nods and 263 points for the Spartans (7-1). The Alberta Golden Bears (5-3), who had led the first four polls of the campaign before dropping to No. 3 a week ago, remain in third position in the new Top 10.

McMaster posted a pair of straight-set wins over Queen’s and RMC this past weekend to remain undefeated in OUA league play, while Trinity Western split a two-game series against Calgary, winning 3-0 on Friday before dropping Saturday’s rematch in five sets.

The Marauders top the CIS men’s volleyball rankings for only the third time in program history. They held the pole position for two weeks in 2009-10 (Nov. 10 & Nov. 17 polls).

In other CIS sports, Saint Mary’s (women’s basketball), Carleton (men’s basketball), McGill (women’s hockey), Alberta (men’s hockey), UBC (women’s swimming & women’s volleyball) and Toronto (men’s swimming) all maintain their No. 1 status.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

  • 1. Saint Mary’s (4-0) / 522 points (38) / (1)
  • 2. Windsor (5-1) / 489 (6) / (2)
  • 3. Fraser Valley (6-0) / 441 / (3)
  • 4. Alberta (4-2) / 370 / (5)
  • 5. Saskatchewan (5-1) / 357 / (4)
  • 6. Regina (4-2) / 317 / (6)
  • 7. Ottawa (5-1) / 249 / (9)
  • 8. McGill (2-0) / 240 / (8)
  • 9. Concordia (1-1) / 145 / (10)
  • 10. Brock (4-2) / 121 / (7)

Other teams receiving votes: McMaster (99), Carleton (62).

MEN’S BASKETBALL

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

  • 1. Carleton (6-0) / 527 points (43) / (1)
  • 2. Ottawa (6-0) / 483 (1) / (3)
  • 3. Victoria (6-0) / 428 / (4)
  • 4. Alberta (5-1) / 399 / (2)
  • 5. Saskatchewan (6-0) / 363 / (5)
  • 6. Ryerson (5-1) / 308 / (6)
  • 7. McGill (2-0) / 221 / (9)
  • 8. Windsor (3-3) / 216 / (7)
  • 9. Laurentian (6-0) / 198 / (10)
  • 10. Saint Mary’s (3-1) / 116 / (8)

Other teams receiving votes: Winnipeg (85), UNB (26).

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

(regular season record) / (previous rankings)

  • 1. McGill (7-0-0) / (1)
  • 2. Montreal (4-2-0) / (2)
  • 3. Queen’s (9-1-3) / (3)
  • 4. StFX (8-0-0) / (4)
  • 5. Wilfrid Laurier (10-2-0) / (5) 
  • 6. UBC (9-2-1) / (6)
  • 7. Guelph (9-3-0) / (7)
  • 8. Saskatchewan (7-3-2) / (8)
  • 9. Regina (8-4-0) / (9)
  • 10. Alberta (7-3-2) / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Western.

MEN’S HOCKEY

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

  • 1. Alberta (12-0-0) / 170 points (17) / (1)
  • 2. Calgary (12-0-0) / 146 / (3)
  • 3. UNB (8-0-1) / 139 / (2)
  • 4. Acadia (8-1-0) / 119 / (5)
  • 5. McGill (8-2-1) / 94 / (4)
  • 6. Lakehead (9-1-0) / 82 / (8)
  • 7. Windsor (9-2-0) / 64 / (7)
  • 8. Western (7-3-0) / 37 / (10)
  • 9. UPEI (4-3-1) / 26 / (6)
  • 10. UQTR (7-4-0) / 14 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Toronto (11), Queen’s (10), StFX (9), Saskatchewan (8), Ottawa (3), Saint Mary’s (2), Carleton (1).

WOMEN’S SWIMMING

(points) / (previous rankings)

  • 1. UBC 520 points / (1)
  • 2. Toronto 361 / (6)
  • 3. Montreal 357 / (2)
  • 4. Dalhousie 279 / (NR)
  • 5. Calgary 275 / (3)
  • 6. Laval 197 / (5)
  • 7. Guelph 159 / (NR)
  • 8. McGill 138 / (4)
  • 9. Ottawa 129 / (8)
  • 10. Western 121 / (NR)

MEN’S SWIMMING

(points) / (previous rankings)

  • 1. Toronto 485 points / (1)
  • 2. UBC 336 / (2)
  • 3. Calgary 300 / (3)
  • 4. Dalhousie 272 / (NR)
  • 5. Montreal 242 / (4)
  • 6. Laval 177 / (7)
  • 7. Alberta 175 / (5)
  • 8. McMaster 158 / (NR)
  • 9. McGill 132 / (8)
  • 10. Lethbridge 111 / (6)

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

(regular season record) / (votes) / (previous rankings)

  • 1. UBC (8-0) / 60 points / (1)
  • 2. Trinity Western (5-3) / 55.5 / (3)
  • 3. Brandon (6-2) / 48.5 / (4)
  • T4. Montreal (7-2) / 45 / (2)
  • T4. York (8-0) / 45 / (5)
  • T4. Manitoba (5-3) / 45 / (6)
  • 7. UBC Okanagan (6-2) / 31.5 / (7)
  • 8. Laval (7-2) / 26.5 / (9)
  • 9. Ottawa (7-1) / 26 / (8)
  • 10. Saint Mary’s (4-1) / 23.5 / (10)

Next highest votes: Alberta (18), Dalhousie (17.5), Winnipeg (13), McGill (8), Mount Royal (5), Sherbrooke (5).

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

  • 1. McMaster (6-0) / 270 points (18) / (2)
  • 2. Trinity Western (7-1) / 263 (11) / (1)
  • 3. Alberta (5-3) / 221 / (3)
  • 4. UBC (5-3) / 166 / (5)
  • 5. Brandon (4-4) / 133 / (4)
  • 6. UNB (5-2) / 125 / (6)
  • 7. Saskatchewan (3-5) / 104 / (7)
  • 8. Dalhousie (6-1) / 65 / (8)
  • 9. Manitoba (4-4) / 54 / (NR)
  • 10. Thompson Rivers (4-4) / 37 / (NR)

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