CIS TOP TEN TUESDAY (#12): Martlets reclaim lead in womens hockey, four McGill teams nationally ranked this week

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CIS Top 10

(VERSION FRANÇAISE CI-DESSOUS)
 
OTTAWA – The game of musical chairs continues in women’s hockey this week as the reigning national champion McGill Martlets are back atop the rankings after dropping to No. 2 behind archrival Montreal last Tuesday. They are among four McGill teams listed in the CIS Top 10, along with the No.4 basketball Martlets, the No.9 hockey Redmen and the women’s swim team, which is classified at No.10 this week.
 
A week after the defending national women’s hockey champs from McGill were upset 1-0 by Concordia, it was the Carabins’ turn to suffer an unexpected loss, a 4-3 setback on home ice against Ottawa on Sunday. For their part, the Martlets tripled Carleton 6-2 in their lone outing last week, improving to 5-1 in league play.

The flip-flopping atop the women’s hockey rankings could be clarified — or further muddied — this Friday when McGill heads across Mt. Royal to confront the Carabins in a highly-anticipated first showdown on UdeM ice at CEPSUM Arena in a 7 p.m. start. The Martlets are 2-0 against UdeM this season, winning 3-2 in overtime in exhibition play at Kingston, Ont., on Sept. 19, followed by a 3-0 shutout in the regular-season opener at McConnell Arena, Oct. 24.

In women’s basketball, the Martlets cruised to a 60-48 road victory at UQAM on Nov. 13 to maintain their hold on the fourth-place national ranking. This week, the Martlets (2-0) will host Concordia on Saturday (Nov. 22) at 6 pm in Love Competition Hall as part of a men’s and women’s doubleheader.

In men’s hockey, McGill cracked the Top 10 and sit at No.9 in the wake of hard-earned road victories at Windsor and Lakehead, by respective scores of 2-1 and 5-1. This week, the Redmen will host Ryerson and Toronto on Friday (Nov. 21) and Saturday (Nov. 22) night, respectively.

In women’s swimming, the Martlets were idle last week. They will return to the pool this weekend when they travel to Halifax for an AUS invitational meet at Dalhousie University, Nov. 22-23.

Looking at the top-ranked teams in the other CIS sports, the UBC Thunderbirds retake the lead in men’s swimming, while Windsor (women’s basketball), Carleton (men’s basketball), UBC (women’s swimming) and Alberta (men’s hockey, women’s volleyball & men’s volleyball) all hold on to their pole position.
 
 

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous ranking)
 
1. Windsor (4-0) / 552 points (46) / (1)
2. UBC (3-1) / 496 / (2) 
3. Alberta (5-1) / 459 / (3) 
4. McGill (2-0) / 419 / (4) 
5. Saint Mary’s (3-0) / 368 / (5) 
6. Saskatchewan (2-2) / 321 / (7) 
7. McMaster (3-1) / 266 / (6) 
8. Ryerson (3-1) / 165 / (NR) 
9. Laval (1-1) / 155 / (10) 
10. Queen’s (1-2) / 148 / (8)
 
Other teams receiving votes: Lakehead (113), Winnipeg (42).
 

MEN’S BASKETBALL

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous ranking)
 
1. Carleton (4-0) / 447 points (43) / (1)   
2. Ottawa (4-0) / 406 (2) / (2)   
3. Ryerson (4-0) / 362 / (3)   
4. McMaster (2-2) / 290 / (5)   
5. Windsor (3-1) / 271 / (4)   
6. UNB (4-0) / 228 / (7) 
7. Victoria (4-0) / 183 / (8) 
8. Cape Breton (2-2) / 98 / (6)   
9. Saskatchewan (2-2) / 60 / (9)   
10. Calgary (5-1) / 39 / (10)   
 
Other teams receiving votes: Alberta (30), Fraser Valley (15).
 

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

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

MEN’S HOCKEY

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous ranking)
 
1. Alberta (13-1-0) / 160 points (16) / (1)
2. Saint Mary’s (10-1-1) / 139 / (4)
3. UNB (8-2-2) / 101 / (2) *
4. Acadia (9-3-0) / 101 / (7)
5. Windsor (11-1-0) / 100 / (3)
6. UQTR (10-1-1) / 91 / (5)
7. Calgary (10-4-0) / 76 / (6)
8. Carleton (10-2-0) / 55 / (8)
9. McGill (9-3-0) / 25 / (NR)
10. Mount Royal (9-5-0) / 24 / (9)
 
* UNB is ranked ahead of Acadia based on number of higher-placed votes
 
Other teams receiving votes: Western (3), UBC (2), StFX (2), Ryerson (1).
 

WOMEN’S SWIMMING

(points) / (previous ranking)
 
1. UBC 847 points / (1)
2. Montreal 593 / (2)
3. Toronto 415 / (3)
4. Laval 194 / (4)
5. Calgary 177 / (5)
6. Western 114 / (NR)
7. Alberta 101 / (9)
8. Victoria 84 / (6)
9. Ottawa 78 / (7)
10. McGill 53 / (8)
 

MEN’S SWIMMING

(points) / (previous ranking)
 
1. UBC 798 points / (2)
2. Toronto 657 / (1)
3. Alberta 333 / (4)
4. Calgary 311 / (3)
5. Victoria 177 / (5)
6. Ottawa 117 / (6)
7. Montreal 79 / (7)
8. McMaster 65 / (8)
T9. Manitoba 54 / (10)
T9. Western 54 / (NR)
 

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

(regular season record) / votes / (previous ranking)
 
1. Alberta (9-3) / 60 points / (1)
2. Montreal (7-2) / 50 / (3)
3. UBC Okanagan (8-4) / 47 / (6)
4. Toronto (7-0) / 45 / (5)
T5. Brandon (7-3) / 40 / (2)
T5. UBC (7-5) / 40 / (7)
7. Calgary (8-4) / 39 / (9)
T8. Laval (7-2) / 32 / (4)
T8. Trinity Western (6-4) / 32 / (8)
10. Ryerson (6-1) / 27 / (NR)
 
Next highest votes: Manitoba (17), McGill (16), UNB (15), Ottawa (10), Saint Mary’s (5).
 

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous ranking)
 
1. Alberta (12-0) / 290 points (29) / (1)
2. McMaster (6-1) / 254 (1) / (3)
3. Trinity Western (7-3) / 224 / (2)
4. UBC (8-4) / 181 / (4)
5. Brandon (8-2) / 175 / (6)
6. Dalhousie (7-0) / 160 / (5)
7. Winnipeg (8-2) / 102 / (7)
8. Guelph (7-2) / 61 / (8)
9. Mount Royal (8-4) / 53 / (NR)
10. Manitoba (6-6) / 33 / (9)
 

 
For more information:
 
Michel Bélanger        
Manager, Communications & Media Relations
Canadian Interuniversity Sport
Off: (613) 562-5670 ext. 25
Cell: (613) 447-6334
belanger@universitysport.ca
 
 
Earl Zukerman
Communications Officer
Athletics & Recreation
McGill University
514-398-7012 (Tel.)
MOBILE SITE: http://mcgillathletics.ca/mobile/index.aspx
WEBSITE: www.mcgillathletics.ca
TWITTER: @EarlZukerman
E-MAIL: earl.zukerman@mcgill.ca
McGILL VARSITY COMPOSITE CALENDAR:
www.mcgillathletics.ca/calendar.aspx

 
 
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MARDIS TOP 10 DE SIC (#12)

Les Martlets de retour au sommet en hockey féminin

 

OTTAWA (SIC) – Le jeu de la chaise musicale se poursuit en hockey féminin de SIC alors que les Martlets de McGill, championnes canadiennes en titre, sont de retour au sommet du Top 10 après avoir glissé au deuxième rang derrière leurs grandes rivales de l’Université de Montréal mardi dernier.
 
Dans les autres sports de SIC, les Thunderbirds de UBC reprennent la tête en natation masculine, alors que Windsor (basketball féminin), Carleton (basketball masculin),  UBC (natation féminine) et Alberta (hockey masculin, volleyball féminin & volleyball masculin) conservent tous leur pole position.
 
En hockey féminin, une semaine après que les Martlets se soient fait surprendre par Concordia au compte de 1-0, ce fut au tour des Carabins de subir un revers surprise, une défaite de 4-3 aux mains d’Ottawa sur leur propre patinoire dimanche après-midi.
 
De son côté, McGill a battu Carleton par 6-2 à sa seule sortie de la dernière semaine pour porter sa fiche de saison régulière à 5-1.
 

BASKETBALL FÉMININ

(dossier saison régulière) / votes (votes de première place) / (classement précédent)
 
1. Windsor (4-0) / 552 points (46) / (1)
2. UBC (3-1) / 496 / (2) 
3. Alberta (5-1) / 459 / (3) 
4. McGill (2-0) / 419 / (4) 
5. Saint Mary’s (3-0) / 368 / (5) 
6. Saskatchewan (2-2) / 321 / (7) 
7. McMaster (3-1) / 266 / (6) 
8. Ryerson (3-1) / 165 / (NC) 
9. Laval (1-1) / 155 / (10) 
10. Queen’s (1-2) / 148 / (8)
 
Ont également reçu des votes: Lakehead (113), Winnipeg (42).
 

BASKETBALL MASCULIN

(dossier saison régulière) / votes (votes de première place) / (classement précédent)
 
1. Carleton (4-0) / 447 points (43) / (1)   
2. Ottawa (4-0) / 406 (2) / (2)   
3. Ryerson (4-0) / 362 / (3)   
4. McMaster (2-2) / 290 / (5)   
5. Windsor (3-1) / 271 / (4)   
6. UNB (4-0) / 228 / (7) 
7. Victoria (4-0) / 183 / (8) 
8. Cap-Breton (2-2) / 98 / (6)   
9. Saskatchewan (2-2) / 60 / (9)   
10. Calgary (5-1) / 39 / (10)   
 
Ont également reçu des votes: Alberta (30), Fraser Valley (15).
 

HOCKEY FÉMININ

(dossier saison régulière) / (classement précédent)
 
1. McGill (5-1-0) / (2)
2. Montréal (4-2-0) / (1)
3. Alberta (8-4-0) / (3)
4. UBC (8-2-2) / (4)
5. Queen’s (7-1-2) / (5)
6. Western (9-0-1) / (9)
7. Guelph (6-1-2) / (6)
8. Wilfrid Laurier (6-3-1) / (7)
9. StFX (9-1-0) / (10)
10. Saskatchewan (7-3-2) / (8)
 

HOCKEY MASCULIN

(dossier saison régulière) / votes (votes de première place) / (classement précédent)
 
1. Alberta (13-1-0) / 160 points (16) / (1)
2. Saint Mary’s (10-1-1) / 139 / (4)
3. UNB (8-2-2) / 101 / (2) *
4. Acadia (9-3-0) / 101 / (7)
5. Windsor (11-1-0) / 100 / (3)
6. UQTR (10-1-1) / 91 / (5)
7. Calgary (10-4-0) / 76 / (6)
8. Carleton (10-2-0) / 55 / (8)
9. McGill (9-3-0) / 25 / (NC)
10. Mount Royal (9-5-0) / 24 / (9)
 
* UNB est classé devant Acadia en raison d’un plus grand nombre de votes à des échelons supérieurs
 
Ont également reçu des votes: Western (3), UBC (2), StFX (2), Ryerson (1).
 

NATATION FÉMININE

(points) / (classement précédent)
 
1. UBC 847 points / (1)
2. Montréal 593 / (2)
3. Toronto 415 / (3)
4. Laval 194 / (4)
5. Calgary 177 / (5)
6. Western 114 / (NC)
7. Alberta 101 / (9)
8. Victoria 84 / (6)
9. Ottawa 78 / (7)
10. McGill 53 / (8)
 

NATATION MASCULINE

(points) / (classement précédent)
 
1. UBC 798 points / (2)
2. Toronto 657 / (1)
3. Alberta 333 / (4)
4. Calgary 311 / (3)
5. Victoria 177 / (5)
6. Ottawa 117 / (6)
7. Montréal 79 / (7)
8. McMaster 65 / (8)
É9. Manitoba 54 / (10)
É9. Western 54 / (NC)
 

VOLLEYBALL FÉMININ

(dossier saison régulière) / votes / (classement précédent)
 
1. Alberta (9-3) / 60 points / (1)
2. Montréal (7-2) / 50 / (3)
3. UBC Okanagan (8-4) / 47 / (6)
4. Toronto (7-0) / 45 / (5)
É5. Brandon (7-3) / 40 / (2)
É5. UBC (7-5) / 40 / (7)
7. Calgary (8-4) / 39 / (9)
É8. Laval (7-2) / 32 / (4)
É8. Trinity Western (6-4) / 32 / (8)
10. Ryerson (6-1) / 27 / (NC)
 
Ont également reçu des votes: Manitoba (17), McGill (16), UNB (15), Ottawa (10), Saint Mary’s (5).
 

VOLLEYBALL MASCULIN

(dossier saison régulière) / votes (votes de première place) / (classement précédent)
 
1. Alberta (12-0) / 290 points (29) / (1)
2. McMaster (6-1) / 254 (1) / (3)
3. Trinity Western (7-3) / 224 / (2)
4. UBC (8-4) / 181 / (4)
5. Brandon (8-2) / 175 / (6)
6. Dalhousie (7-0) / 160 / (5)
7. Winnipeg (8-2) / 102 / (7)
8. Guelph (7-2) / 61 / (8)
9. Mount Royal (8-4) / 53 / (NC)
10. Manitoba (6-6) / 33 / (9)
 

 
Pour plus d’information, veuillez contacter:
 
Michel Bélanger
Gérant Communications & Relations Médias
Sport interuniversitaire canadien
Bur: (613) 562-5670 poste 25
Cell: (613) 447-6334
belanger@sportuniversitaire.ca 

 
 
Earl Zukerman
Communications Officer
Athletics & Recreation
McGill University
514-398-7012 (Tel.)
MOBILE SITE: http://mcgillathletics.ca/mobile/index.aspx
WEBSITE: www.mcgillathletics.ca
TWITTER: @EarlZukerman
E-MAIL: earl.zukerman@mcgill.ca
McGILL VARSITY COMPOSITE CALENDAR:
www.mcgillathletics.ca/calendar.aspx

 

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