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Cornell Still At The Number Spot of Men’s College Hockey Poll

St. Cloud State Maintains #1 Spot in Latest
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men’s College Hockey Poll

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine
2017-18 Men’s College Hockey Poll – Week #23
(First-place votes in parentheses)

Rank
School
Last Week’s Rank
2017-18 Record
Weeks in Top 15
1. St. Cloud State University, 498 (20) 1 24-7-6 23
2. Cornell University, 477 (14) 2 25-4-2 17
3. University of Notre Dame, 439 4 24-9-2 23
4. Ohio State University, 386 6 24-8-5 14
5. University of Denver, 380 5 20-9-8 23
6. Minnesota State University, 346 3 29-9-1 22
7. Northeastern University, 294 7 23-8-5 22
8. University of Minnesota Duluth, 252 9 21-14-3 20
9. Providence College, 243 10 22-10-4 23
10. Clarkson University, 215 8 22-9-6 21
11. University of Michigan, 169 11 20-14-3 4
12. Penn State University, 102 12 18-14-5 13
13. University of North Dakota, 90 – 16-12-10 22
14. University of Minnesota, 70 14 19-17-2 23
15. Boston College, 36 – 20-13-3 7

Upcoming Top 15
Matchups

Friday, March 16

No. 9 Providence
at
No. 7 Northeastern
(Hockey East Tournament)

No. 8 Minnesota Duluth
at
No. 5 Denver
(NCHC Tournament)

No. 13 North Dakota
at
No. 1 St. Cloud State
(NCHC Tournament)

Saturday, March 17

No. 4 Ohio State
at
No. 3 Notre Dame
(Big Ten Tournament)

Others Receiving Votes: Northern Michigan University, 24; University of Nebraska Omaha, 20; Union College, 16; Harvard University, 12; Bowling Green State University, 7; Mercyhurst University, 4

Notes: St. Cloud State University holds the number one spot with 498 points and 20 first-place votes … The NCHC has five teams in the rankings, Big Ten has four, ECAC Hockey has three, the Hockey East Association has two and WCHA has one … For past poll results, click here.

About the Poll: The 23rd annual USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men’s College Hockey Poll is conducted each week in conjunction with the American Hockey Coaches Association. The poll includes input from coaches and journalists representing each of the six NCAA Division I ice hockey conferences, as well as composite votes from officers of the AHCA and USA Hockey.

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