CIS top 10 Tuesday: Saskatchewan moves up to No. 1 in men’s hockey

CIS top 10 Tuesday: Saskatchewan moves up to No. 1 in men’s hockey

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OTTAWA (CIS) – The University of Saskatchewan Huskies are the new team to beat in CIS men’s hockey, reaching the top of the national rankings for the first time in three years.

In wrestling, the Brock Badgers and Alberta Golden Bears lead the first women’s and men’s rankings on the season, respectively.

In other CIS sports, Saskatchewan (women’s basketball), Ottawa (men’s basketball), Guelph (women’s hockey),UBC (women’s swimming), Toronto (men’s swimming), Alberta (women’s volleyball) and McMaster (men’s volleyball) all hold on to their pole positions.

 

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous ranking)

1. Saskatchewan (6-0) / 552 points (46) / (1) 

2. Saint Mary’s (4-0) / 450 / (5) 

3. McGill (3-1) / 444 / (2)  

4. Ryerson (4-1) / 428 / (3) 

5. Regina (4-0) / 401 / (6) 

6. McMaster (4-2) / 325 / (4)  

7. Brock (3-1) / 289 / (7)  

8. Laval (2-1) / 210 / (8)  

9. Windsor (4-1) / 180 / (10) 

10. Alberta (6-0) / 169 / (9)  

Other teams receiving votes: Queen’s (53), UQAM (41).

 

MEN’S BASKETBALL

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous ranking)

1. Ottawa (5-0) / 448 points (29) / (1) 

2. Carleton (5-0) / 422 (8) / (2)

3. McGill (3-0) / 398 (10) / (3)

4. Brock (3-1) / 295 / (4)

5. Ryerson (4-1) / 280 / (5)

6. Western (3-2) / 207 / (6) 

7. McMaster (4-2) / 157 / (9) 

8. Calgary (4-2) / 156 / (7) 

9. UPEI (5-0) / 57 / (NR)

10. UBC (5-1) / 55 / (NR) 

Other teams receiving votes: Windsor (37), Victoria (33).

 

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

(regular season record) / (previous ranking) 

1. Guelph (9-2-0) / (1)

2. McGill (5-3-0) / (3)

3. Montreal (5-3-1) / (4) 

4. Western (8-3-0) / (5)

5. Toronto (7-1-2) / (2) 

6. Saint Mary’s (9-2-0) / (10)

7. Saskatchewan (8-4-2) / (8)

8. St. Thomas (6-3-1) / (7) 

9. StFX (4-5-1) / (6) 

10. Ottawa (6-3-0) / (NR) 

Other teams receiving votes: Manitoba, Alberta.

 

MEN’S HOCKEY

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous ranking) 

1. Saskatchewan (12-2-0) / 143 points (6) / (3)

2. McGill (12-2-0) / 142 (6) / (1)

3. Alberta (10-3-1) / 118 / (4)

4. Acadia (10-2-1) / 115 (3) / (5)

5. UNB (9-2-2) / 110 (1) / (2)

6. StFX (9-2-2) / 86 / (6)

7. UQTR (11-2-1) / 70 / (7)

8. York (8-2-3) / 24 / (10)

9. Carleton (9-3-0) / 15 / (NR) *

10. Mount Royal (8-4-2) / 15 / (NR) 

* Carleton (over Mount Royal) is awarded the higher ranking based on number of higher placed votes. 

Other teams receiving votes: Western (13), UOIT (10), Queen’s (6), UBC (6), Saint Mary’s (5), Windsor (2).

 

WOMEN’S SWIMMING

(points) / (previous ranking)

1. UBC 567 points / (1) 

2. Toronto 489 / (2)

3. Dalhousie 303 / (7)

4. Calgary 294 / (3)

5. Montreal 290 / (4)

6. McGill 286 / (6) 

7. Laval 126 / (5) 

8. UQAM 81 / (10)

9. Victoria 73 / (8) 

10. Sherbrooke 60 / (NR)

 

MEN’S SWIMMING

(points) / (previous ranking) 

1. Toronto 574 points / (1) 

2. UBC 438 / (2)

3. Calgary 344 / (3)

4. Alberta 277 / (4)

5. Dalhousie 275 / (NR)

6. McGill 221 / (NR)

7. Ottawa 168 / (5) 

8. Montreal 128 / (6) 

9. Laval 100 / (7)

10. Victoria 64 / (8) 

 

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

(regular season record) / votes / (previous ranking) 

1. Alberta (10-0) / 59.5 points / (1)

2. Trinity Western (10-0) / 56.5 / (2)

3. UBC Okanagan (9-1) / 50.5 / (3) 

4. Toronto (8-0) / 47.5 / (T4)

5. McGill (10-2) / 44 / (7)

6. UBC (9-1) / 36 / (6) 

7. Dalhousie (6-2) / 33.5 / (T9)

8. Sherbrooke (9-3) / 32.5 / (8)

9. McMaster (6-1) / 30 / (T9) 

10. Montreal (9-3) / 29 / (T4) 

Next highest votes: Ryerson (18), Thompson Rivers (13), Western (8), Memorial (7.5), Saskatchewan (6.5).

 

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

(regular season record) / votes / (previous ranking)

1McMaster (9-0) / 264 points / (1)

2Alberta (10-0) / 250 / (2)

3Manitoba (8-2) / 216 / (3)

4Calgary (9-3) / 172 / (4)

5UBC (6-4) / 120 / (6)

6Laval (9-1) / 102 / (5)

7Saskatchewan (5-5) / 92 / (T7)

8Winnipeg (6-4) / 86 / (T7)

9Trinity Western (7-3) / 66 / (9)

10. Queen’s (7-1) / 62 / (NR)

 

WOMEN’S WRESTLING

(previous ranking)

1. Brock (-)

2. Alberta (-)

3. Saskatchewan (-)

4. Winnipeg (-)

5. Regina (-)

6. Concordia (-)

7. Calgary (-)

8. Guelph (-)

T9. Laurentian (-)

T9. Western (-)

 

MEN’S WRESTLING

(previous ranking)

1. Alberta (-)

2. McMaster (-)

3. Brock (-)

4. Calgary (-)

5. Regina (-)

6. Winnipeg (-)

7. Saskatchewan (-)

8. Guelph (-)

9. Concordia (-)

10. Western (-)

 

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