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UND is currently on a five-game winning streak and hosts RIT this weekend.
UND jumps to eighth in USCHO poll
Courtesy: Derek Koenen, UND Athletic Media Relations
Release: 11/26/2012
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. ---Minnesota stays the top-ranked team in the Division I Women's Poll this week with all 15 first-place votes.

Clarkson climbs to No. 2, trading places with Cornell, while Mercyhurst remains No. 4 and Boston College holds steady in the fifth slot.

Harvard moves up one to No. 6, flip-flopping with with Boston University this week.

At No. 8, North Dakota jumps two spots, followed by Northeastern staying in ninth and Wisconsin re-entering the rankings at No. 10. Poll

  Team (First Place) Record Points Last Week
1 Minnesota (15) 16-0-0 150 1


12-2-0 121 3
3 Cornell 9-2-0 108


4 Mercyhurst 12-1-1 96 4
5 Boston College 8-3-2 90 5
6 Harvard 6-1-0 76 7
7 Boston University 9-3-1 75 6
8 North Dakota 9-5-0 34 10
9 Northeastern 8-3-2 32 9
10 Wisconsin 10-4-2 29 NR

Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 16, Providence 1.

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