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TORONTO (U SPORTS) – In the penultimate Top 10 rankings for the 2017 fall season, all national leaders continue to lead their respective sports.
Acadia (7-0) maintains their position at No.1 in women’s basketball for the first time after defeating UPEI 84-63 on the road, while Alberta (9-2-3) hangs on to the pole position in women’s hockey after splitting a pair of 3-2 overtime contests at No. 2 UBC.
In other U SPORTS rankings, Carleton (men’s basketball), Alberta (men’s hockey and men’s wrestling), UBC (men’s and women’s swimming), Trinity Western (men’s volleyball), Montreal (women’s volleyball) and Brock (women’s wrestling) all remain national leaders for another week. 
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