CIS Top 10 Tuesday: UBC Okanagan Heat women’s volleyball second ranked in Canada

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CIS Top 10 Tuesday: UBC Okanagan Heat women’s volleyball second ranked in Canada

By Cary Mellon on February 10, 2015

CIS Top Ten Tuesday

CIS Top Ten Tuesday

CIS Top Ten Tuesday (#20): UBC Okanagan Heat women’s volleyball team climb to #2 in Canada in final poll of year.

Playoff volleyball on UBC Okanagan court this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (if needed).

Posted on  [http://english.cis-sic.ca/top_10/2014-15/top10-20] Feb 10, 2015

OTTAWA (CIS) – Following a big win over archrival Ottawa in front of a record crowd last Friday, the reigning four-time national champion Carleton University Ravens are back at No. 1 in the CIS men’s basketball rankings.

The only other changes at No. 1 this week see the Windsor Lancers move ahead of Guelph in men’s track and field, while in women’s volleyball, the Alberta Pandas take sole possession of first place after sharing the pole position with Toronto last week.

In other CIS sports, Windsor (women’s basketball), Montreal (women’s hockey), Alberta (men’s hockey), McMaster (men’s volleyball), UBC (women’s & men’s swimming), Toronto (women’s track & field), Brock (women’s wrestling) and Fraser Valley (men’s wrestling) all hold on to their No. 1 status.

In men’s basketball, Carleton (13-2) defeated cross-town rival Ottawa (14-1) 79-66 in the ninth annual MBNA Capital Hoops Classic to avenge a 68-66 loss to the Gee-Gees in the first head-to-head matchup of the season on January 10. Following that first meeting, the Gee-Gees had moved past the Ravens in the national rankings to reach No. 1 for the first time in program history.

Carleton received 34 first-place votes and 439 points in this week’s coaches’ poll, compared to 11 No. 1 nods and 416 points for Ottawa.

Last Friday’s game was played in front of 10,780 fans at the Canadian Tire Centre, eclipsing the previous CIS basketball regular season record of 10,523 set at the 2009 Hoops Classic.

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

1. Windsor (15-1) / 564 points (47) / (1)
2. UBC (15-3) / 514 / (2)
3. Saskatchewan (15-3) / 468 / (3)
4. McGill (11-1) / 420 / (4)
5. Alberta (14-4) / 370 / (5)
6. Wilfrid Laurier (14-2) / 334 / (6)
7. Ryerson (14-3) / 291 / (7)
8. Lakehead (12-4) / 211 / (8)
9. McMaster (12-4) / 210 / (9)
10. Thompson Rivers (17-1) / 108 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Regina (71), UQAM (37).

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

1. Carleton (13-2) / 439 points (34) / (2)
2. Ottawa (14-1) / 416 (11) / (1)
3. Ryerson (15-2) / 360 / (3)
4. McMaster (13-3) / 315 / (4)
5. Windsor (11-5) / 265 / (6)
6. Saskatchewan (13-5) / 224 / (5)
7. Victoria (13-5) / 172 / (7)
8. UNB (12-4) / 88 / (8)
9. UBC (12-6) / 82 / (NR)
10. Alberta (12-6) / 41 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Fraser Valley (32), UPEI (21).

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

1. Montreal (14-3-0) / (1)
2. McGill (13-4-0) / (2)
3. Western (18-1-3) / (3)
4. Alberta (19-6-1) / (5)
5. Queen’s (15-4-3) / (4)
6. Guelph (16-3-3) / (6)
7. UBC (17-5-4) / (9)
8. StFX (20-4-0) / (7)
9. Manitoba (18-7-1) / (8)
10. Toronto (16-4-3) / (10)

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

1. Alberta (24-3-1) / 160 points (16) / (1)
2. UNB (22-4-2) / 143 / (2)
3. Acadia (20-5-3) / 121 / (3)
4. Calgary (20-8-0) / 107 / (4)
5. Saint Mary’s (20-7-1) / 90 / (5)
6. McGill (21-5-0) / 87 / (6)
7. Windsor (22-4-1) / 70 / (7)
8. UQTR (19-4-3) / 41 / (8)
9. Carleton (20-5-1) / 33 / (9)
10. Mount Royal (17-10-1) / 16 / (10)

Other teams receiving votes: StFX (9), Western (3).

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

1. UBC 624 points / (1)
2. Montreal 488 / (2)
3. Toronto 372 / (3)
4. Calgary 255 / (4)
5. Laval 207 / (5)
6. Western 169 / (6)
7. Dalhousie 168 / (7)
8. Ottawa 93 / (9)
9. McMaster 86 / (10)
10. McGill 80 / (8)

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

1. UBC 687 points / (1)
2. Toronto 449 / (2)
3. Alberta 242 / (3)
4. Victoria 239 / (5)
5. Calgary 229 / (4)
6. Ottawa 146 / (7)
7. McMaster 141 / (10)
8. Laval 112 / (NR)
9. Western 111 / (NR)
10. McGill 100 / (T8)

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD
(points) / (previous ranking)

1. Toronto 152 points / (1)
2. Trinity Western 66.5 / (3)
3. Western 66 / (2)
4. York 54.5 / (4)
5. Guelph 50.5 / (5)
6. Saskatchewan 45.5 / (6)
7. Windsor 36.5 / (7)
8. Alberta 30 / (8)
9. Sherbrooke 29 / (9)
10. Manitoba 21.33 / (NR)

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD
(points) / (previous ranking)

1. Windsor 89.5 points / (2)
2. Guelph 77 / (1)
3. Toronto 72.5 / (4)
4. York 69 / (3)
5. Laval 53 / (5)
6. Trinity Western 49.5 / (8)
7. Victoria 49 / (7)
8. Western 48.5 / (6)
9. Sherbrooke 32 / (9)
10. Lethbridge 23 / (NR)

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

1. Alberta (19-5) / 60 points / (T1)
2. UBC Okanagan (19-5) / 54.5 / (3)
3. Toronto (18-1) / 51 / (T1)
4. Trinity Western (19-5) / 48 / (5)
5. Montreal (15-4) / 45.5 / (4)
6. Ottawa (16-3) / 41 / (7)
7. Calgary (14-10) / 33 / (8)
8. Laval (13-6) / 31 / (NR)
9. Brandon (13-11) / 23.5 / (6)
10. UBC (13-11) / 20 / (NR)

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

1. McMaster (19-1) / 277 points (26) / (1)
2. Alberta (21-3) / 238 (1) / (2)
3. Trinity Western (20-4) / 235 (1) / (3)
4. Brandon (19-5) / 202 / (4)
5. Dalhousie (16-1 / 1-0) / 168 / (5)
6. Manitoba (14-10) / 124 / (7)
7. Winnipeg (13-11) / 105 / (6)
8. UBC (13-11) / 71 / (9)
9. Ryerson (15-5) / 51 / (NR)
10. Thompson Rivers (13-11) / 48 / (NR)

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

1. Brock 52 points / (1)
2. Calgary 44 / (T2)
3. Alberta 40 / (T2)
4. Guelph 36 / (4)
5. Western 28 / (NR)
6. Saskatchewan 22 / (6)
7. Regina 21 / (7)
8. Lakehead 19 / (5)
9. Concordia 13 / (9)
10. Winnipeg 7 / (10)

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

1. Fraser Valley 63 points / (1)
2. Winnipeg 45 / (3)
3. Brock 44 / (2)
T4. Alberta 41 / (4)
T4. McMaster 41 / (6)
6. Calgary 3 / (T7)
7. Western 28 / (10)
8. Saskatchewan 26 / (T7)
9. Guelph 25 / (5)
10. Concordia 24 / (NR)

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