SignUp
NCHC.tv
North Dakota Hockey Ticket On Sale Now
Sport Page
Freshman Zane Gothberg backstopped UND to three points against Wisconsin.
Men's hockey ranked 7th in latest national polls
Text smallerText larger
Updated: Wednesday 02/06/2013 21:04:02 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
Send this article to a friend Print RSS Shop
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- After claiming three of four Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) points from Wisconsin, North Dakota is ranked seventh in both major national polls released on Monday.

UND held its ground in the USCHO.com poll, while moving up one spot from eighth in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll. UND skated to a win and a tie last weekend against 19th-ranked Wisconsin.

Minnesota remained the nation's top-ranekd team in both polls.

UND will travel to Nebraska Omaha this week to face the Mavericks, who are ranked 14th in the USCHO poll and 15th in the USA Today poll. Saturday's game will be played outdoors at TD Ameritrade Park, the home of the College World Series, in an outdoor doubleheader billed as the "Mutual of Omaha Battles on Ice."

The puck drops at 6:37 p.m. on Friday and 4:07 p.m. on Saturday.

 

USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll                        
                           
Rk. School (1st place) Record Pts. PR                  
1. Minnesota (30) 18-4-4 978 1                  
2. Quinnipiac (20) 19-3-4 967 2                  
3. Miami 17-6-5 876 4                  
4. New Hampshire 16-7-2 804 3                  
5. Boston College 15-7-2 798 5                  
6. Western Michigan 17-6-5 770 6                  
7. North Dakota 14-8-6 659 7                  
8. St. Cloud State 17-10-1 603 12                  
9. Denver 15-8-4 596 10                  
10. Yale 13-6-3 587 8                  
11. Minnesota State 16-9-3 421 15                  
  Notre Dame 16-11-1 421 9                  
13. Boston University 13-10-1 412 11                  
14. Nebraska Omaha 16-10-2 352 14                  
15. Niagara 17-4-5 328 17                  
16. Massachusetts-Lowell 14-9-2 280 13                  
17. Dartmouth 11-8-3 190 16                  
18. Union 13-8-5 168 18                  
19. Wisconsin 11-9-6 97 19                  
20. Merrimack 12-10-5 61 NR                  
                           
Others receiving votes: Alaska 46, Colgate 46, Ferris State 17,
Providence 13, Ohio State 4, St. Lawrence 2, Bowling Green 1,
Holy Cross 1, Northern Michigan 1.
                           
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll                      
                           
Rk. School (1st place) Record Pts. PR                  
1. Minnesota (21) 18-4-4 494 1                  
2. Quinnipiac (13) 19-3-4 488 2                  
3. Miami 17-6-5 427 3                  
4. Boston College 15-7-2 400 5                  
5. New Hampshire 16-7-2 375 4                  
6. Western Michigan 17-6-5 337 6                  
7. North Dakota 14-8-6 274 8                  
8. Denver 15-8-4 240 10                  
9. Yale 13-6-3 238 7                  
10. St. Cloud State 17-10-1 233 13                  
11. Boston University 13-10-1 149 9                  
12. Notre Dame 16-11-1 104 11                  
13. Minnesota State 16-9-3 98 15                  
14. Niagara 17-4-5 85 NR                  
15. Nebraska Omaha 16-10-2 63 14                  
                           
Others Receiving Votes: Massachusetts-Lowell 39, Union 12, Alaska 7,
Dartmouth 7, Ferris State 6, Merrimack 3, Ohio State 1.
     
Tickets on sale for 2015 NCAA West Regional in Fargo
GRAND FORKS, N.D. The University of North Dakota Athletics Department announced today that requests for tickets to the 2015 NCAA Men's Ice Hockey West Regional in Fargo, N.D., are now being... MORE
Women's tennis makes strong showing at Drake Invite
The young University of North Dakota women's tennis team kicked off its fall campaign with an impressive performance at the Drake Invitational this past weekend in Des Moines, Iowa. MORE
North Dakota and Northern Iowa play to draw
The University of North Dakota soccer team played to a 1-1 draw versus Northern Iowa, Sunday at Bronson Field MORE
Bears pull away late to get by UND
Missouri State pulled away in the second half to post a 38-0 victory over North Dakota in front of a record home crowd of 18,386 at Plaster Stadium. MORE

advertisement