Canadian Interuniversity Sports Weekly Top 10 Polls as of Oct. 20

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Canadian Interuniversity Sports Weekly Top 10 Polls as of Oct. 20


CIS Weekly Top 10 polls as of Oct. 20

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Canadian Interuniversity Sports Weekly Top 10s as of Oct. 27

(with current and previous ranking, team, record, votes)

MEN'S FOOTBALL

1. (1) Calgary (Canada West, 7-0) 285 points (24 first place votes)

2. (2) Western (8-0, OUA) 261 (4)

3. (4) Laval (RESQ, 6-1) 220 (1)

4. (3) Montreal (RESQ, 5-2) 218

5. (7) Guelph (OUA, 7-1) 153

6. (6) McMaster (OUA, 6-2) 120

7. (5) Sherbrooke (OUA, 4-3) 108

8. (8) Manitoba (Canada West, 5-2) 101

9. (9) UBC (Canada West, 5-2) 95

10. (10) Carleton (OUA, 5-3) 12

Other teams receiving votes: Mount Allison (Canada West, 11), Concordia (RESQ, 6), Laurier (OUA, 5).

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MEN'S HOCKEY

1. (2) UNB (AUS, 4-0-0) 159 points (15)

2. (4) Saskatchewan (Canada West, 6-0-0) 137 (1)

3. (1) Alberta (Canada West, 4-1-1) 132

4. (8) McGill (OUA, 5-1-0) 85

5. (9) Western (OUA, 5-0-0) 79

6. (5) UQTR (OUA, 4-1-1) 67

7. (6) Acadia (AUS, 3-1-1) 55

8. (3) Saint Mary's (AUS, 3-2-0) 49

9. (NR) StFX (AUS, 3-1-1) 29 *

10. (10) UBC (Canada West, 4-0-2) 29

* StFX (over UBC) was awarded the higher ranking based on number of higher place votes.

Other teams receiving votes: Windsor (OUA, 26), Carleton (OUA, 11), Moncton (AUS, 11), Mount Royal (RESQ, 8), York (OUA, 3).

WOMEN'S HOCKEY

1. (3) McGill (RESQ, 2-0-0)

2. (1) Western (3-2-0)

3. (2) Montreal (1-1-1)

4. (4) Lethbridge (7-1-0)

5. (5) Toronto (6-0-0)

6. (6) Guelph (4-2-0)

7. (7) Moncton (2-1-0)

8. (8) StFX (2-2-0)

9. (10) Saskatchewan (6-1-1)

10. (9) Alberta (4-4-0)

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WOMEN'S SOCCER

1. (1) Laval (RESQ, 10-0-2) 59 points

2. (2) York (OUA, 15-0-1) 54

3. (3) Ottawa (OUA, 13-0-3) 49

4. (4) UBC (Canada West, 11-1-2) 42

5. (6) Trinity Western (Canada West, 10-1-3) 33

6. (5) Laurier (OUA, 12-2-2) 30

7. (7) Western (OUA, 11-2-3) 19

8. (8) Sherbrooke (RESQ, 8-2-2) 15

9. (10) Acadia (AUS, 8-1-2) 14

10. (9) Victoria (Canada West, 7-3-4) 7

Other teams receiving votes: Saskatchewan (Canada West, 5), Fraser Valley (Canada West, 2), Cape Breton (AUS, 1).

MEN'S SOCCER

T1. (T1) UQAM (RESQ, 9-0-1) 57 points

T1. (T1) UBC (Canada West, 10-0-2) 57

3. (3) York (OUA, 13-1-2) 48

4. (4) Windsor (OUA, 12-2-2) 42

5. (5) Ryerson (OUA, 11-2-3) 35

6. (6) Toronto (OUA, 11-3-2) 25

7. (NR) UNB (AUS, 7-2-2) 22

8. (NR) Calgary (Canada West, 8-2-2) 21

9. (NR) Montreal (RESQ, 8-3-0) 12

10. (8) Cape Breton (AUS, 6-1-4) 10

OLDER FILES

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

(regular season record),votes (first-place votes),(previous ranking)

1. Windsor (0-0),531 points (36),(-)

2. UBC (0-0),482 (9),(-)

3. Alberta (0-0),424,(-)

4. McGill (0-0),345,(-)

5. Saint Marys (0-0),304,(-)

6. Saskatchewan (0-0),301,(-)

7. McMaster (0-0),239,(-)

8. Regina (0-0),211,(-)

9. Queens (0-0),154,(-)

10. Concordia (0-0),88,(-)

Other teams receiving votes: Laval (83), Winnipeg (79).

MEN'S BASKETBALL

(regular season record),votes (first-place votes),(previous ranking)

1. Carleton (0-0),446 points (43),(-)

2. Ottawa (0-0),400 (2),(-)

3. Ryerson (0-0),333,(-)

4. McMaster (0-0),281,(-)

5. Windsor (0-0),252,(-)

6. Cape Breton (0-0),209,(-)

7. UBC (0-0),164,(-)

8. Saskatchewan (0-0),113,(-)

9. UNB (0-0),80,(-)

10. Victoria (0-0),44,(-)

Other teams receiving votes: Alberta (40), Winnipeg (39).

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY

(points),(previous ranking)

1. Guelph 99 points,(1)

2. Trinity Western 85,(2)

3. Western 84,(4)

4. Queen's 64,(5)

5. Toronto 57,(3)

6. Victoria 49,(6)

7. Laval 43,(7)

8. Dalhousie 22,(9)

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