CIS TOP 10 | SPARTANS WSOC & WXC NO. 2, MXC NO. 4

CIS TOP 10 | SPARTANS WSOC & WXC NO. 2, MXC NO. 4

LANGLEY, British Columbia – After an impressive road weekend in which Trinity Western’s women’s soccer team earned back-to-back wins over UBC and Victoria, the Spartans remained No. 2 in the CIS Top 10. The Spartans women’s cross country team also stayed at No. 2 while TWU’s men’s cross country team dropped one spot to No. 4.

The women’s soccer team remained at No. 2 for the third straight week after improving to 10-0-2 on the season and extending its unbeaten streak to 25 games, dating back to the start of the 2015.

The men’s soccer team slipped out of the Top 10 for the first time since Week 1 after losing a pair of road games against Thompson Rivers and UBC Okanagan.

Both cross country teams were idle this past weekend. Their next competition is the BC Championships Oct. 29 in Nanaimo, B.C.

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
(points) / (previous ranking)

1. Guelph / 97 pts / (1)
2. Trinity Western / 88 pts / (2)
3. Toronto / 78 pts (3)
4. Western / 52 pts / (4)
5. Queen’s / 48 pts / (9)
6. Calgary / 46pts / (5)
7. Victoria / 36 pts / (6)
7. Dalhousie / 26 pts / (T7)
8. McGill / 25 pts / (10)
9. McMaster / 17 pts / (8)
10. Laval / 16 pts / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Alberta (12), Thompson Rivers (3), Lakehead (3), Laurentian (2), MacEwan (1)

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
(points) / (previous ranking)

1. Laval / 99 pts / (1)
2. Guelph / 80 pts (2)
3. Victoria / 72 pts / (4)
4. Trinity Western / 63 pts (3)
5. Windsor / 56 pts / (5)
6. McMaster / 46 pts / (6)
7. Western / 39 pts / (7)
8. StFX / 29 pts / (9)
9 .Calgary / 24 pts / (8)
10. Queen’s / 19 pts / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Lakehead (8), McGill (4), Dalhousie (4), Alberta (3), Toronto (3), Waterloo (1), Manitoba (1), Regina (1)

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

1. Laval (9-0-1) / 59 pts / (1)
2. Trinity Western (10-0-2) / 55 pts / (2)
3. UOIT (12-2-1) / 40 pts / (8)
4. York (10-1-3) / 37 pts* / (4)
5. Calgary (9-1-2) / 37 pts* / (5)
6. Montreal (8-1-1) / 27 pts* / (6)
7. Cape Breton (9-0-0) / 27 pts* / (7)
8. Ottawa (9-2-3) / 21 pts / (3)
9. UFV (8-2-2) / 18 pts / (9)
10. Western (9-0-5) / 4 pts / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Other teams receiving votes: UBC (2) Memorial (2) Alberta (1)

* York edges Calgary for N0. 4 spot & Montreal edges Cape Breton for N0. 6 spot thanks to a higher ranking the previous week.

MEN’S SOCCER
(regular season record) / votes / (previous ranking)

1. York 12-0-2 / 60 pts / (3)
2. Alberta 13-1-2 / 52 pts / (1)
3. Ryerson 14-1-0 / 50 pts / (2)
4. Guelph 10-2-2 / 27 pts / (7)
5. Cape Breton 7-1-1 / 24 pts / (NR)
6. Laval 5-1-3 / 22 pts / (NR)
7. Toronto 11-2-2 / 17 pts / (NR)
8. SFX 5-1-2 / 16 pts / (5)
9. Carleton 10-1-3 / 15 pts / (8)
10.UQAM 3-0-5 / 13 pts / (9)

Other teams receiving votes: Acadia (12), UQTR (8), Trinity Western (7), UBC (6), Calgary (3)

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