CIS TOP TEN TUESDAY (#12)

CIS TOP TEN TUESDAY (#12)

Nov. 18, 2014

 

OTTAWA (CIS) – 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 archrivalMontreal last Tuesday.

 

In 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.

 

In women’s hockey, a week after McGill was 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 beat Carleton 6-2 in their lone outing of the past week to improve to 5-1 in league play.

 

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)

 

1UBC 847 points / (1)

2Montreal 593 / (2)

3. Toronto 415 / (3)

4Laval 194 / (4)

5Calgary 177 / (5)

6Western 114 / (NR)

7Alberta 101 / (9)

8Victoria 84 / (6)

9Ottawa 78 / (7)

10McGill 53 / (8)

 

MEN’S SWIMMING

(points) / (previous ranking)

 

1UBC 798 points / (2)

2Toronto 657 / (1)

3Alberta 333 / (4)

4. Calgary 311 / (3)

5Victoria 177 / (5)

6Ottawa 117 / (6)

7Montreal 79 / (7)

8McMaster 65 / (8)

T9Manitoba 54 / (10)

T9Western 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)

 

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