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UND holds steady at 10th in USCHO poll
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Updated: Friday 11/19/2012 12:22:13 (ET)
by Derek Koenen, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. --- Minnesota is the unanimous No. 1-ranked team once again in the USCHO.com Division I Women's Hockey Poll this week, garnering all 15 first-place votes.

Cornell remains No. 2, as does Clarkson at No. 3, Mercyhurst at No. 4 and Boston College at No. 5.

Boston University and Harvard flip-flop, with BU now ranked sixth, Ohio State stays eighth, while Northeastern retains the ninth spot and North Dakota No. 10.

USCHO.com Poll

  Team (First Place) Record Points Last Week
1 Minnesota (15) 14-0-0 150 1
2

Cornell

8-1-0 134 2
3 Clarkson 12-2-0 114

3

4 Mercyhurst 12-1-1 102 4
5 Boston College 6-3-1 90 5
6 Boston University 9-3-1 80 7
7 Harvard 4-1-0 51 6
8 Ohio State 10-4-0 42 8
9 Northeastern 8-3-2 25 9
10 North Dakota 7-5-0 20 10
         

Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 16, Providence 1.

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