CIS TOP TEN TUESDAY (#13): Montreal back at No. 1 in women’s hockey

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Nov 25, 2014

OTTAWA (CIS) – For the fourth consecutive week, there is a new national leader in CIS women’s hockey.

The Montreal Carabins (6-2) dominated their archrivals from McGill 5-2 on home ice last Friday to take the pole position back from the Martlets (6-2), who fall back to No. 2 in the new coaches’ poll.

In other CIS sports, Windsor (women’s basketball), Carleton (men’s basketball), UBC (women’s & men’s swimming) and Alberta (men’s hockey, women’s volleyball & men’s volleyball) all hold on to their No. 1 status.

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

1. Windsor (5-0) / 564 points (47) / (1)
2. Alberta (5-1) / 509 / (3)
3. McGill (3-0) / 445 / (4)
4. UBC (4-2) / 444 / (2)
5. Saint Mary’s (5-0) / 371 / (5)
6. Saskatchewan (4-2) / 342 / (6)
7. McMaster (5-1) / 279 / (7)
8. Ryerson (5-1) / 236 / (8)
9. Laval (2-1) / 179 / (9)
10. Winnipeg (5-3) / 114 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Lakehead (105), Queen’s (25).

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

1. Carleton (6-0) / 447 points (43) / (1)
2. Ottawa (6-0) / 406 (2) / ()
3. Ryerson (6-0) / 362 / (3)
4. McMaster (4-2) / 312 / (4)
5. Windsor (4-1) / 266 / (5)
6. UNB (6-0) / 223 / (6)
7. Saskatchewan (4-2) / 178 / (9)
8. Victoria (4-2) / 78 / (7)
9. Calgary (6-2) / 53 / (10)
10. Fraser Valley (6-0) / 35 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Winnipeg (34), Alberta (25).

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

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

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

1. Alberta (13-3-0) / 145 points (9) / (1)
2. Saint Mary’s (11-2-1) / 133 (3) / (2)
3. UNB (10-2-2) / 122 / (3)
4. Calgary (12-4-0) / 109 (3) / (7) *
5. Acadia (11-3-0) / 109 / (4)
6. Windsor (13-1-0) / 96 (1) / (5)
7. UQTR (11-2-1) / 59 / (6)
8. Carleton (11-3-0) / 36 / (8)
9. McGill (11-3-0) / 33 / (9)
10. Western (10-3-0) / 22 / (NR)

* Calgary is ranked ahead of Acadia based on number of higher-placed votes

Other teams receiving votes: Mount Royal (10), Manitoba (6).

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

1. UBC 800 points / (1)
2. Toronto 433 / (3)
3. Montreal 428 / (2)
4. Calgary 262 / (5)
5. Western 215 / (6)
6. Laval 122 / (4)
7. McGill 107 / (10)
T8. Alberta 77 / (7)
T8. Ottawa 77 / (9)
10. Dalhousie 75 / (NR)

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

1. UBC 761 points / (1)
2. Toronto 538 / (2)
3. Alberta 347 / (3)
4. Calgary 313 / (4)
5. Dalhousie 146 / (NR)
6. McMaster 122 / (8)
7. McGill 116 / (NR)
8. Victoria 89 / (5)
9. Western 77 / (T9)
10. Manitoba 75 / (T9)

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
(regular season record) / votes / (previous ranking)

1. Alberta (9-3) / 59 points / (1)
2. Montreal (10-2) / 53 / (2)
3. UBC Okanagan (10-4) / 51.5 / (3)
4. Toronto (8-0) / 48.5 / (4)
5. Trinity Western (8-4) / 42 / (T8)
6. Calgary (8-4) / 41 / (7)
7. Laval (10-2) / 35 / (T8)
8. UBC (8-6) / 29 / (T5)
T9. Brandon (7-5) / 27 / (T5)
T9. Ryerson (8-1) / 27 / (10)

Next highest votes: Ottawa (18), McGill (16), Manitoba (12.5), Saint Mary’s (10.5), Winnipeg (5).

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

1. Alberta (12-0) / 280 points (28) / (1)
2. McMaster (8-1) / 251 (1) / (2)
T3. Trinity Western (8-4) / 199 / (3)
T3. Brandon (9-3) / 199 / (5)
5. UBC (9-5) / 174 / (4)
6. Winnipeg (9-3) / 115 / (7)
7. Dalhousie (9-1) / 112 / (6)
8. Guelph (7-2) / 72 / (8)
9. Mount Royal (8-4) / 66 / (9)
10. Manitoba (7-7) / 28 / (10)

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