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Divergent polls: UND climbs in one, drops in other
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Updated: Thursday 10/14/2013 14:34:56 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Following a win and a tie against Vermont to open the regular season, the University of North Dakota is ranked sixth in the latest USCHO poll and seventh in the latest USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll, both of which were released earlier today.

UND climbed one spot in the USCHO rankings but dropped one spot in the USA Today poll.

Miami, which will host UND next weekend to open National Collegiate Hockey Conference play, overtook the top spot in both polls.

Wisconsin, Minnesota, Notre Dame and Michigan rounded out the top five after Miami in both polls.

USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll                                                                
                                                                   
Rk. School (1st place) Record Pts. PR                                                          
1. Miami (40) 2-0-0 985 2                                                          
2. Wisconsin (5) 2-0-0 929 3                                                          
3. Minnesota (2) 2-0-0 880 5                                                          
4. Notre Dame 2-0-0 796 8                                                          
5. Michigan 2-0-0 701 11                                                          
6. North Dakota 1-0-1 678 7                                                          
7. Boston College 1-1-0 671 4                                                          
  Yale (3) 0-0-0 671 6                                                          
9. Massachusetts-Lowell 1-1-0 625 1                                                          
10. Providence 2-0-0 560 14                                                          
11. St. Cloud State 1-0-1 516 9                                                          
12. Denver 2-0-0 431 17                                                          
13. New Hampshire 1-1-0 402 13                                                          
14. Quinnipiac 1-1-0 316 10                                                          
15. Boston University 2-0-0 308 19                                                          
16. Union 1-0-1 283 16                                                          
17. Rensselaer 1-1-0 203 15                                                          
18. Minnesota State 0-2-0 150 11                                                          
19. Cornell 0-0-0 68 NR                                                          
20. Minnesota Duluth 1-0-1 64 NR                                                          
                                                                   

Others receiving votes: St. Lawrence 47, Alaska Anchorage 46, Ferris State 21,
Clarkson 20, Western Michigan 17, Colorado College 15, Harvard 15, Northeastern 15,
Lake Superior State 12, Niagara 12, Colgate 8, Brown 7, Nebraska Omaha 6, Sacred Heart 5,
Michigan Tech 4, Bowling Green 3, Dartmouth 3, Ohio State 3, Air Force 1, Bentley 1, Canisius 1,
Michigan State 1.

                                                                   
                                                                   
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll                                                              
                                                                   
Rk. School (1st place) Record Pts. PR                                                          
1. Miami (28) 2-0-0 503 2                                                          
2. Wisconsin (3) 2-0-0 459 3                                                          
3. Minnesota 2-0-0 424 5                                                          
4. Notre Dame 2-0-0 366 8                                                          
5. Michigan 2-0-0 313 10                                                          
6. Boston College 1-1-0 302 4                                                          
  Yale (3) 0-0-0 302 6                                                          
8. North Dakota 1-0-1 284 7                                                          
9. Massachusetts-Lowell 1-1-0 250 1                                                          
10. Providence 2-0-0 217 14                                                          
11. St. Cloud State 1-0-1 165 9                                                          
12. Denver 2-0-0 127 NR                                                          
13. New Hampshire 1-1-0 117 12                                                          
14. Quinnipiac 1-1-0 85 13                                                          
15. Union 1-0-1 58 15                                                          
                                                                   
Others receiving votes: Boston University 48, Rensselaer 23, Minnesota State 10,
Cornell 9, Minnesota Duluth 8, Colorado College 5, Brown 3, St. Lawrence 3.
                                       
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