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UND remains in top 15 after split with Bulldogs
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Updated: Wednesday 11/18/2013 14:34:24 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The University of North Dakota is ranked No. 14 in the latest USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll and No. 15 in the USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll, both of which were released earlier today.

North Dakota is coming off of a National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) split with Minnesota Duluth, winning 4-2 on Friday before falling 6-3 on Saturday. UMD climbed one spot to No. 19 in the USCHO rankings but remained unranked in the USA Today poll.

Minnesota remained the top-ranked team in both polls, with St. Cloud State jumping into the No. 2 spot in both. Providence, Quinnipiac and Michigan rounded out the top five in both polls.

UND will travel to Boston University next weekend for a non-conference series Friday and Saturday. The Terriers were unranked in both polls but received votes in the USCHO rankings.

USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll                                    
Rk. School (1st place) Record Pts. PR                              
1. Minnesota (47) 8-1-1 996 1                              
2. St. Cloud State (1) 8-1-1 914 3                              
3. Providence 9-1-1 873 5                              
4. Quinnipiac (2) 11-1-1 818 6                              
5. Michigan 7-2-1 807 2                              
6. Notre Dame 8-3-1 778 4                              
7. Boston College 7-2-2 739 7                              
8. Miami 7-4-1 644 8                              
9. Yale 4-1-2 586 9                              
10. Ferris State 8-2-1 476 14                              
11. Clarkson 10-3-1 463 11                              
12. Wisconsin 4-3-1 451 12                              
13. Massachusetts-Lowell 8-4-0 430 16                              
14. Rensselaer 6-4-2 280 10                              
15. North Dakota 4-5-1 254 13                              
16. Lake Superior State 6-3-1 248 15                              
17. Union 6-3-2 211 NR                              
18. Cornell 4-3-1 115 19                              
19. Minnesota Duluth 5-4-1 108 20                              
20. New Hampshire 6-5-1 83 NR                              
                                       
Others receiving votes: Ohio State 63, St. Lawrence 53, Nebraska Omaha 26,
Air Force 22, Northeastern 21, Denver 11, Alaska 10, Bowling Green 9, Boston University 4,
Colgate 4, Alaska Anchorage 2, Minnesota State 1.
                                       
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll                                  
Rk. School (1st place) Record Pts. PR                              
1. Minnesota (32) 8-1-1 508 1                              
2. St. Cloud State 8-1-1 444 4                              
3. Providence (1) 9-1-1 424 6                              
4. Quinnipiac (1) 11-1-1 390 5                              
5. Michigan 7-2-1 386 2                              
6. Notre Dame 8-3-1 370 3                              
7. Boston College 7-2-2 321 7                              
8. Miami 7-4-1 265 8                              
9. Yale 4-1-2 224 9                              
10. Clarkson 10-3-1 153 11                              
11. Massachusetts-Lowell 8-4-0 150 13                              
12. Wisconsin 4-3-1 146 12                              
13. Ferris State 8-2-1 136 15                              
14. North Dakota 4-5-1 48 14                              
15. Union 6-3-2 31 NR                              
                                       
Others receiving votes: Rensselaer 30, Lake Superior State 21, New Hampshire 15,
Cornell 4, Denver 4, Air Force 3, Bowling Green 3, Ohio State 3, Minnesota Duluth 1.
         
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