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CIS TOP 10 TUESDAY2014-02-11

OTTAWA (CIS) – There is only one change at the top in this week’s CIS national rankings, with the University of Calgary Dinos moving up to No. 1 in women’s track and field.
 
In other CIS sports, Windsor (women’s basketball), Carleton (men’s basketball), McGill (women’s hockey), Alberta (men’s hockey), UBC (women’s swimming & women’s volleyball), Toronto (men’s swimming), York (men’s track & field), McMaster (men’s volleyball) and Brock (women’s & men’s wrestling) all hold on to the pole position.
 
In women’s track and field, the reigning CIS champion Dinos were one of three Canada West programs to move past former No. 1 Guelph, which drops to fourth in the new rankings. Ten days away from the Canada West championships in Edmonton (Feb. 21-22), Trinity Western and Saskatchewan now sit in second and third place nationally, behind Calgary.
 
For their part, McGill and UBC remain atop the national rankings in women’s hockey and women’s volleyball, respectively, despite difficult outings this past weekend.
 
McGill (18-1) was dominated 5-1 by third-ranked and defending CIS champion Montreal (15-3) on Friday night. The result snapped the Martlets’ 43-game winning streak in league play, dating back to a 4-3 shootout loss to Carleton on Oct. 29, 2011.
 
UBC (18-4) was swept 3-2 and 3-1 by No. 6 Alberta (13-9), marking the first time the six-time reigning CIS champ Thunderbirds lost both ends of a regular season doubleheader since Oct. 29-30, 2010 against Trinity Western.  
 
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)
 
1. Windsor (18-1) / 520 points (36) / (1)
2. Saint Mary’s (17-0) / 492 (8) / (2)
3. Alberta (18-2) / 438 / (3)
4. Regina (18-2) / 398 / (4)
5. Concordia (9-3) / 338 / (6)
6. Saskatchewan (17-3) / 306 / (5)
7. Fraser Valley (15-5) / 273 / (7)
8. McGill (10-2) / 227 / (8)
9. UBC (15-5) / 168 / (10)
10. Wilfrid Laurier (15-5) / 122 / (9)
 
Other teams receiving votes: Queen’s (57), Carleton (34).
 
MEN’S BASKETBALL
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)
 
1. Carleton (20-0) / 528 points (44) / (1)
2. Ottawa (18-2) / 482 / (2)
3. Alberta (18-2) / 439 / (4)
4. Victoria (17-3) / 388 / (3)
5. Windsor (14-5) / 352 / (7)
6. McMaster (16-4) / 303 / (5)
7. McGill (10-2) / 248 / (8)
8. Ryerson (14-6) / 246 / (6)
9. Acadia (12-4) / 164 / (10)
10. Saskatchewan (15-5) / 115 / (9)

Other teams receiving votes: Lethbridge (75), Fraser Valley (43).
 
WOMEN’S HOCKEY
(regular season record) / (previous rankings)
 
1. McGill (18-1-0) / (1)
2. Guelph (21-3-0) / (3)
3. Montreal (15-3-0) / (2)
4. Wilfrid Laurier (18-3-3) / (4)
5. Alberta (20-5-3) / (7)
6. UBC (20-6-2) / (6)
7. StFX (17-3-2) / (8)
8. Toronto (18-5-1) / (9)
9. Queen’s (16-4-4) / (5)
10. Saskatchewan (18-4-6) / (10)
 
MEN’S HOCKEY
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)
 
1. Alberta (23-2-1) / 169 points (16) / (1)
2. UNB (22-3-1) / 152 (1) / (2)
3. Acadia (20-3-3) / 129 / (4)
4. Calgary (21-2-3) / 127 / (3)
5. McGill (20-5-2) / 91 / (6)
6. Carleton (20-5-1) / 90 / (7)
7. UQTR (20-6-0) / 55 / (5) *
8. Western (19-6-1) / 55 / (9)
9. Saskatchewan (15-10-1) / 27 / (10)
10. Moncton (16-10-0) / 20 / (8)

* UQTR is ranked higher than Western based on number of higher-placed votes.
 
Other teams receiving votes: UPEI (10), Queen’s (8), Lakehead (1), Ryerson (1).
 
WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD
(points) / (previous rankings)
 
1. Calgary 85 points / (2)
2. Trinity Western 80 / (T3)
3. Saskatchewan 74.5 / (5)
4. Guelph 73.33 / (1)
5. Toronto 61 / (T3)
6. Western 54.33 / (6)
7. York 47.5 / (8)
8. Victoria 42 / (7)
9. Windsor 37.33 / (9)
10. Regina 17 / (T10)
 
MEN’S TRACK & FIELD
(points) / (previous rankings)
 
1. York 92.5 points / (1)
2. Guelph 73.5 / (3)
3. Sherbrooke 67.83 / (4)
4. Windsor 66.5 / (2)
5. Victoria 46.5 / (5)
6. Toronto 42.6 / (6)
7. Regina 40.5 / (8)
8. Laval 40 / (9)
9. Western 35.7 / (7)
10. Calgary 27.33 / (10)
 
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL (final rankings of season)
(regular season / playoff records) / (votes) / (previous rankings)
 
1. UBC (18-4) / 58 points / (1)
2. Brandon (17-5) / 56.5 / (2)
3. Trinity Western (17-5) / 53 / (3)
4. Montreal (15-4) / 47.5 / (4)
5. Manitoba (14-8) / 45 / (5)
6. Alberta (13-9) / 38 / (NR)
7. Toronto (15-4) / 35 / (8)
8. Dalhousie (12-4) / 30 / (9)
9. Laval (13-6 / 2-1 playoffs) / 28 / (10)
10. Ottawa (14-5) / 24 / (7)

Next highest votes: Regina (20), UBC Okanagan (16), Saint Mary’s (11.5), York (7), Guelph (5.5).
 
MEN’S VOLLEYBALL (final rankings of season)
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)
 
1. McMaster (19-1) / 248 points (16) / (1)
2. Trinity Western (20-2) / 245 (11) / (2)
3. Alberta (15-7) / 197 / (3)
4. UBC (15-7) / 191 / (4)
5. Laval (14-3) / 147 / (5)
6. Thompson Rivers (13-9) / 120 / (6)
7. Saskatchewan (11-11) / 73 / (8)
8. Western (17-3) / 71 / (10)
9. Waterloo (16-4) / 67 / (7)
10. Brandon (10-12) / 57 / (9)
 
WOMEN’S WRESTLING
(previous rankings)
 
1. Brock / (1)
2. Western / (2)
3. Alberta / (3)
4. Calgary / (4)
5. Concordia / (5)
6. Lakehead / (6)
7. Saskatchewan / (7)
8. Guelph / (8)
9. UNB / (9)
10. Regina / (10)
 
MEN’S WRESTLING
(previous rankings)
 
1. Brock / (1)
2. Alberta / (2)
3. Western / (3)
4. Guelph / (4)
5. UNB / (5)
6. Concordia / (6)
7. Calgary / (7)
8. McMaster / (8)
9. Winnipeg / (9)
10. Saskatchewan / (10)


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