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U jumps four places in USA Today hockey poll

  • Blog Post by: Roman Augustoviz
  • October 17, 2011 - 6:50 PM

The Gophers and Colorado College moved up the most in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine national college hockjey rankings this week. Both jumped up four spots, the Gophers from No. 14 to No. 10 after sweeping UMD 5-4 in overtime and 5-4 in regulation, CC from No. 8 to No. 4 after sweeping Bemidji State.

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine weekly ratings

Rank School Last                       Week's Ranking             2011-12  Record 
1 Boston College, 463 (15)               1                                     3-1-0 
2 University of Michigan, 446 (12)     5                                    4-0-0 
3 University of Denver, 411 (2)         3                                     1-1-0
4 Colorado College, 396 (3)              8                                     2-0-0
5 University of Notre Dame, 334       2                                     2-2-0
6 University of North Dakota, 320     6                                     2-1-1
7 Miami University, 275                     4                                     2-2-0
8 Boston University, 273 (1)              7                                    2-1-0                                                                                                9 Yale University, 266 (1)                10                                     0-0-0
10 Gophers, 243                             14                                     4-0-0
11 Union College 184                      11                                     1-0-2
12 Western Michigan, 149              12                                     2-0-2
13 Merrimack College, 98               13                                     2-0-0                                                                                              14 Colgate University, 61                NR                                    3-1-0
15 Minnesota Duluth, 45                   9                                     1-3-0 
 

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