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North Dakota Retains No. 1 Spot in College Hockey Poll

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USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine
2014-15 Men’s College Hockey Poll – Regular Season #23
(First-place votes in parentheses)

Rank School Last Week’s Rank 2014-15 Record Weeks in Top 15
1. University of North Dakota, 509 (33) 1 27-7-3 23
2. Minnesota State University, 473 2 27-7-3 23
3. Boston University, 444 (1) 3 23-7-5 23
4. Michigan Tech University, 402 4 28-8-2 18
5. Miami University, 353 5 23-13-1 23
6. University of Denver, 340 8 22-12-2 19
7. Quinnipiac University, 252 11 23-10-4 15
8. University of Minnesota Duluth, 248 6 20-15-3 16
9. Bowling Green State University, 203 13 23-10-5 15
10 University of Nebraska Omaha, 192 7 18-12-6 17
11. Boston College, 134 9 21-13-3 17
12. UMass Lowell, 117 14 20-11-6 19
13. University of Minnesota, 93 15 21-12-3 19
14. Providence College, 81 10 22-13-2 16
15. Harvard University, 57 n/a 19-12-3 18
Others Receiving Votes: St. Cloud State University, 47; University of Vermont, 45; Colgate University, 33; St. Lawrence University, 21; Yale University, 21; Robert Morris University, 13; University of New Hampshire, 2.

Notes: This is the final regular-season men’s hockey poll. Next week begins the postseason poll, and the poll will conclude Monday, April 13, following the Frozen Four tournament in Boston (April 9-11) … A total of 22 schools received votes in this week’s poll … The National Collegiate Hockey Conference leads all conferences with five ranked schools. The Hockey East Association has four ranked schools, while the Western Collegiate Hockey Association has three. ECAC Hockey has two and the Big Ten Conference has one ranked school … This season’s previous polls can be found here.

About the Poll: The 20th 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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