CIS Top Ten Tuesday (#13): No changes at the top

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

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), Toronto (men’s swimming) andMcMaster (men’s volleyball) all maintain their No. 1status.

The top two teams in the country met in both women’s andmen’s hockey this past weekend.

On the women’s side, No. 1 McGill (9-0) dominated Montreal5-0 on Sunday. Following their third loss in as many games againstMcGill this season, the reigning national champion Carabins (5-3)fall to No. 3 behind Queen’s (11-1-3) in the newcoaches’ poll.

In men’s hockey, top-ranked Alberta and No. 2 Calgary wentinto their two-game series with perfect 12-0 records. The Dinos(13-0-1) took the first duel 2-0 on Friday but the Golden Bears(13-1) rebounded on Saturday with a 3-2 double-overtime win.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previousrankings)

1. Saint Mary’s (6-0) / 511 points (38) / (1)
2. Windsor (7-1) / 478 (5) / (2)
3. Alberta (6-2) / 424 / (4)
4. Saskatchewan (7-1) / 391 / (5)
5. Regina (6-2) / 330 / (6)
6. Fraser Valley (6-2) / 302 / (3)
7. McGill (3-0) / 268 / (8)
8. Ottawa (6-2) / 193 / (7)
9. Concordia (1-2) / 140 / (9)
10. Wilfrid Laurier (7-1) / 100 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Western (68), Brock (34).

MEN’S BASKETBALL
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previousrankings)

1. Carleton (8-0) / 515 points (42) / (1)
2. Ottawa (8-0) / 473 (1) / (2)
3. Victoria (8-0) / 431 / (3)
4. Alberta (7-1) / 387 / (4)
5. Ryerson (7-1) / 343 / (6)
6. McGill (3-0) / 271 / (7)
7. Saskatchewan (7-1) / 269 / (5)
8. Windsor (5-3) / 226 / (8)
9. Saint Mary’s (5-1) / 168 / (10)
10. McMaster (5-3) / 87 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: UNB (59), Laurentian (59).

WOMEN’S HOCKEY
(regular season record) / (previous rankings)

1. McGill (9-0-0) / (1)
2. Queen’s (11-1-3) / (3)
3. Montreal (5-3-0) / (2)
4. StFX (10-0-0) / (4)
5. Wilfrid Laurier (11-2-0) / (5)
6. UBC (10-3-1) / (6)
7. Guelph (11-3-0) / (7)
8. Saskatchewan (9-3-2) / (8)
9. Alberta (8-3-3) / (10)
10. Regina (8-5-1) / (9)

MEN’S HOCKEY
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previousrankings)

1. Alberta (13-1-0) / 161 points (8) / (1)
2. Calgary (13-0-1) / 159 (8) / (2)
3. UNB (10-1-1) / 131 / (3)
4. Acadia (10-1-0) / 124 (1) / (4)
5. McGill (9-3-1) / 95 / (5)
6. UQTR (9-4-0) / 57 / (10)
7. Lakehead (9-3-0) / 52 / (6)
8. Queen’s (8-0-5) / 41 / (NR)
9. Western (8-4-0) / 27 / (8)
10. UPEI (5-4-1) / 20 / (9)

Other teams receiving votes: Ryerson (15), Windsor (15), Ottawa(14), Toronto (11), Regina (9), StFX (4).

WOMEN’S SWIMMING
(points) / (previous rankings)

1. UBC 671 points / (1)
2. Toronto 379 / (2)
3. Montreal 278 / (3)
4. Calgary 263 / (5)
5. Western 200 / (10)
6. Laval 180 / (6)
7. McGill 177 / (8)
8. Dalhousie 176 / (4)
9. Alberta 120 / (NR)
10. Ottawa 115 / (9)

MEN’S SWIMMING
(points) / (previous rankings)

1. Toronto 510 points / (1)
2. UBC 436 / (2)
3. Calgary 349 / (3)
4. Alberta 274 / (7)
5. McMaster 200 / (8)
6. Western 178 / (NR)
7. Dalhousie 172 / (4)
8. Montreal 149 / (5)
9. McGill 146 / (9)
10. Laval 108 / (6)

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
(regular season record) / (votes) / (previousrankings)

1. UBC (10-0) / 60 points / (1)
2. Brandon (8-2) / 54 / (3)
3. Montreal (10-2) / 53 / (T4)
4. Manitoba (6-4) / 41.5 / (T4)
5. Trinity Western (6-4) / 40.5 / (2)
6. UBC Okanagan (8-2) / 38.5 / (7)
7. York (9-1) / 37.5 / (T4)
8. Ottawa (9-1) / 34.5 / (9)
9. Laval (10-2) / 31.5 / (8)
10. Saint Mary’s (6-3) / 25 / (10)

Next highest votes: Alberta (21), Dalhousie (13), Winnipeg (13),McGill (12), Toronto (7).

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previousrankings)

1. McMaster (8-0) / 272 points (20) / (1)
2. Trinity Western (9-1) / 261 (9) / (2)
3. UBC (7-3) / 215 / (4)
4. Alberta (6-4) / 193 / (3)
5. Brandon (6-4) / – / (5)
6. Manitoba (5-5) / 101 / (9)
7. Thompson Rivers (6-4) / 84 / (10)
8. UNB (7-3) / 69 / (6)
9. Laval (7-2) / 66 / (NR)
10. Saskatchewan (3-7) / 40 / (7)

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