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For the fifth-straight week, UND remains at No. 4
North Dakota holds onto fourth spot in USCHO poll
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Updated: Thursday 11/25/2013 14:52:48 (ET)
by Ross LaDue, UND Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- After a tie and a loss to No. 2 Wisconsin, the University of North Dakota remains in fourth place in the latest USCHO.com Division I Women's Poll released Monday.

The top four remained the same, as Minnesota reclaimed its unanimous first-place ranking. Quinnipiac dropped from fifth to eighth, while Robert Morris joined the top 10, knocking out Mercyhurst.

With an exhibition series this weekend, UND's next regular-season opponent is No. 6 Clarkson. North Dakota will travel to Potsdam, N.Y., on Dec. 6-7 for its final nonconference series of the season.

USCHO.com Division I Women's Poll - Nov. 25, 2013
RK Team (First Votes) Record Points LR
1 Minnesota 15-1-0 150 1
2 Wisconsin 11-2-1 133 2
3 Cornell 8-0-2 119 3
4 North Dakota 9-3-2 102 4
5 Harvard 7-1-1 87 6
6 Clarkson 12-3-2 70 8
7 Boston College 11-3-1 58 7
8 Quinnipiac 10-2-4 57 5
9 Boston University 11-3-1 31 9
10 Robert Morris 12-3-1 14 NR
Others receiving votes: Mercyhurst 2, Minnesota Duluth 2.
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