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Official Release of the Third ACHA Division I ranking

2014-01-29


The third of four rankings for the Women's division I has been released by the ACHA today. Miami University has retained the top spot for the 3rd straight poll and has taken home all 18 first place votes for the second straight ranking. The University of Massachusets has made a big ...

The third of four rankings for the Women's division I has been released by the ACHA today.

Miami University has retained the top spot for the 3rd straight poll and has taken home all 18 first place votes for the second straight ranking. The University of Massachusets has made a big move up from #5 to #2 in this ranking period. Rhode Island comes in at #3, while Robert Morris stays put at #4 and Adrian makes the drop from #2 to #5 to round out the top 5.

#6-#9 are extremely tight, seperated by 7 total points in the rankings. Grand Valley State has retained the #6 spot in the polls. Liberty has made the leap from #10 up to #7 and in the National tournament picture at this point. University of Michigan holds steady at #8, while Michigan State holds tight at #9. Northeastern has made the drop out of the National tourney picture dropping from #7 to #10 to round out the top 10 in this periods polls.

Colorado St, Minnesota, Vermont, Davenport, and Colorado round out the top 15. Only change is Vermont and Davenport flip flopping spots.

The final ranking period will end on Februrary 23rd and the 8 bids to the National tournament will be handed out at that time.


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