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U Sports – TORONTO (U Sports) – The reigning U Sports champion Brock Badgers open the season as the top-ranked men’s and women’s wrestling programs in the country.

Last February, the Badgers swept both team titles for the third straight year in front of their home fans, with the women’s squad extending their domination of U Sports wrestling to a fifth consecutive championship. McMaster, Concordia, Guelph and Alberta make up the top five programs in the men’s rankings, while Calgary, Guelph, Saskatchewan and Regina round out the top five on the women’s side.

In men’s and women’s swimming, UBC leapfrogs Toronto for top spot, after winning the Odlam Brown Ltd. Colleges Cup meet with record-breaking performances in its home pool.  In women’s volleyball, Alberta takes over the No. 1 ranking from Trinity Western – who now sit atop both volleyball polls – following the Spartans’ split of a weekend set at Calgary. The Pandas, who were idle this week, play a home-and-home series with MacEwan starting Thursday.

In other U Sports rankings, Carleton (men’s basketball), Regina (women’s basketball), Alberta (men’s volleyball), UNB (men’s hockey), and UBC (women’s hockey), all maintain their pole positions for another week.

Note: There are no points awarded or additional teams receiving votes for the first week of wrestling rankings.

MEN’S WRESTLING

1. Brock
2. McMaster
3. Concordia
4. Guelph
5. Alberta
6. Saskatchewan
7. Calgary
8. Winnipeg
9. Western
10. Regina

WOMEN’S WRESTLING

1. Brock
2. Calgary
3. Guelph
4. Saskatchewan
5. Regina
6. Alberta
7. UNB
8. Winnipeg
9. Concordia
10. Western

MEN’S BASKETBALL
(regular season record) / votes (1st place votes) / (previous ranking)

 

1. Carleton (0-0) / 459 pts (45) / (1)
2. UBC (2-0) / 404 pts (1) / (3)
3. McMaster (0-0) / 356 pts / (4)
4. Calgary (1-1) / 303 pts / (2)
5. Ottawa (0-0) / 277 pts / (5)
6. Dalhousie (2-0) / 240 pts / (6)
7. Brock (0-0) / 192 pts / (7)
8. McGill (0-0) / 108 pts / (8)
9. Saint Marys (2-0) / 92 pts / (9)
10. Ryerson (1-0) / 60 pts / (10)

 

Other teams receiving votes: Windsor (18), Alberta (10)

 

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
(regular season record) / votes (1st place votes) / (previous ranking)

 

1. Regina (2-0) / 564 pts (47) / (1)
2. Carleton (0-0) / 502 pts / (2)
3. McMaster (0-0) / 475 pts / (3)
4. Laval (0-0) / 423 pts / (4)
5. McGill (0-0) / 362 pts / (5)
6. Windsor (0-0) / 311 pts / (6)
7. Queens (0-0) / 259 pts / (8)
8. Saint Marys (2-0) / 160 pts / (NR)
9. Ryerson (0-1) / 156 pts / (7)
10. Victoria (0-2) / 112 pts / (10)

 

Other teams receiving votes: Concordia (101), Saskatchewan (81)
 
MEN’S SWIMMING
(points) / (previous ranking)  

1 UBC 992 pts / (2)
2 Toronto 534 pts / (1)
3 Calgary 262 pts / (3)
4 Alberta 232 pts / (NR)
5 Laval 166 pts / (4)
6 Montreal 129 pts / (5)
7 Victoria 128 pts / (9)
8 Sherbrooke 116 pts / (8)
9 Ottawa 101 pts / (7)
10 McGill 97 pts / (6)

 

Other teams receiving votes:  Regina (76), Dalhousie (33), Lethbridge (22), Laurentian (20), Acadia (17), UNB (14), Queen’s (8), Mount Allison (4), Carleton (2)

 

WOMEN’S SWIMMING
(points) / (previous ranking)
 

1 UBC 868 pts / (2)
2 Toronto 534 pts / (1)
3 Montreal 408 pts / (3)
4 Calgary 289 pts / (4)
5 Alberta 144 pts / (9)
6 Manitoba 106 pts / (NR)
7 UQAM 98 pts / (7)
8 McGill 82 pts / (5)
9 Lethbridge 74 pts / (8)
T10 Victoria 72 pts / (NR)
T10 Laval 72 pts / (6)

Other teams receiving votes: Regina (54), Sherbrooke (45), Ottawa (38), Dalhousie (32), Laurentian (14), UQTR (17), Acadia (6), Mount Allison (4), UNB (2)

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL
(regular season record) / votes (1st place votes) / (previous ranking)

  1. Alberta (2-0) / 271 pts (21) / (1)
  2. Trinity Western (4-0) / 254 pts (8) / (2)
  3. McMaster (3-0) / 219 pts / (3)
  4. Laval (5-0) / 191 pts / (5)
  5. Calgary (0-2) / 163 pts / (4)
  6. Manitoba (3-1) / 132 pts / (6)
  7. Montreal (4-1) / 110 pts / (7)
  8. Mount Royal (1-1) / 101 pts / (8)
  9. Saskatchewan (3-1) / 54 pts / (9)
  10. Winnipeg (3-1) / 21 pts / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Western (18), UBC (12), Guelph (12), Ryerson (11), UNB (10)
 
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
(regular season record) / votes / (previous ranking)

1. Alberta (2-0) / 60 pts / (2)
2. UBC Okanagan (2-0) / 54 pts / (3)
3. Toronto (3-0) / 49 pts / (4) 
4. Trinity Western (3-1) / 47 pts / (1)
5. McMaster (3-0) / 44 pts / (5)
6. Calgary (1-1) / 39 pts / (6)   
7. UBC (4-0) / 37.5 pts / (7)
8. Dalhousie (6-0) / 31 pts / (9) 
9. Montreal (2-2) / 28 pts / (8)
10. Laval (3-1) / 27.5 pts / (10) 

Other teams receiving votes:  Western (18.5), St. Mary’s (12.5), McGill (10), Sherbrooke (9), Thompson Rivers (5)
 
MEN’S HOCKEY
(regular season record) / votes (1st place votes) / (previous ranking)

 

1. UNB (8-0-2) / 149 pts (14) / (1)
2. StFX (7-3-0) / 118 pts / (3)
3. Alberta (6-2-0) / 111 pts (1) / (5)
4. Saskatchewan (7-2-1) / 109 pts / (2)
5. UOIT (8-2-0) / 74 pts / (4)
6. Concordia (7-2-0) / 54 pts / (6)
7. Mount Royal (5-3-0) / 49 pts / (7)
8. McGill (7-2-0) / 38 pts / (NR)
9. UPEI (5-3-2) / 37 pts / (9)
10. Ryerson (6-2-1) / 32 pts / (8)

Other teams receiving votes: Queen’s (20), Carleton (8), Calgary (7), Acadia (7), Brock (5), UQTR (4), Dalhousie (3)

WOMEN’S HOCKEY
(regular season record) / votes / (previous ranking)

1. UBC (9-1-0) / 40 pts / (1)
2. St. Mary’s (6-0-1) / 36 pts / (2)
3. St. Thomas (7-0-1) / 31 pts / (4)
4. Montreal (3-3-0) / 29 pts / (3)
5. Guelph (6-1-1) / 24 pts / (5)
6. Manitoba (8-2-0) / 19 pts / (7)
7. McGill (3-2-0) / 17 pts / (6)
8. Nipissing (7-1-0) / 12 pts / (9)
9. Saskatchewan (7-3-0) /6 pts / (10)
10. Western (4-4-0) / 5 pts / (8)
 
Other teams receiving votes: Ottawa (1)
 
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