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UND is currently on a seven-game winning streak and hosts RIT this weekend.
UND holds steady in USCHO poll
Courtesy: Derek Koenen, UND Athletic Media Relations
Release: 12/03/2012
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. --- Minnesota retains its top spot in the Division I Women's Poll this week and again received all 15 first-place votes.

Clarkson stays No. 2, as does Cornell at No. 3 and Mercyhurst in the fourth slot.

Harvard is up one to No. 5, while Boston College drops one to No. 6.

Boston University holds firm at No. 7 and North Dakota is ranked eighth again this week.

Wisconsin and Northeastern flip-flop this week, with the Badgers moving to No. 9 and the Huskies sitting tenth.

Ohio State is the only other team to receive votes in this week's poll. Poll

  Team (First Place) Record Points Last Week
1 Minnesota (15) 18-0-0 150 1


13-3-0 110 2
3 Cornell 10-3-0 105


4 Mercyhurst 14-1-1 97 4
5 Harvard 8-1-0 93 6
6 Boston College 10-3-2 90 5
7 Boston University 11-3-1 76 7
8 North Dakota 11-5-0 47 8
9 Wisconsin 10-6-2 27 10
10 Northeastern 9-5-2 18 9

Others receiving votes: Ohio State 12.

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