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UND remains No. 4 in the nation for the fourth-straight week.
UND fourth in USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll
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Updated: Thursday 11/19/2013 13:56:03 (ET)
by Ross LaDue, UND Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The University of North Dakota women's hockey team earned 139 points in the latest USA Today/ USA Hockey Magazine Women's College Hockey poll, keeping its fourth-place position for a fourth consecutive week.

North Dakota was also ranked fourth in the USCHO.com Division I Women's poll that was release on Monday.

UND's upcoming opponent Wisconsin was picked second, mirroring the USCHO.com poll. Also the same was Minnesota earning all but one first-place vote, remaining atop the poll since the season began.

 

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Women's College Hockey Poll- Nov. 19, 2013
RK Team (1st votes) Record Points PR
1 Minnesota (18) 13-1-0 189 1
2 Wisconsin 10-2-0 164 2
3 Cornell (1) 8-0-2 148 3
4 North Dakota 9-2-1 139 4
5 Harvard 10-1-3 108 6
6 Quinnipiac 6-1-1 95 9
7 Boston College 9-3-1 61 5
8 Clarkson 10-3-2 54 7
9 Boston University 10-2-1 48 8
10 Mercyhurst 7-4-2 25 10
Others receiving votes: Robert Morris University, 7; Princeton, 4; Minnesota Duluth, 2; St. Lawrence, 1.
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