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

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

LANGLEY, British Columbia – After knocking off previously unbeaten Alberta as part of a two-win weekend, the Trinity Western women’s soccer team moved up to No. 2 in the latest CIS Top 10, while the other three in-season Spartans teams maintained their rankings from last week, with women’s cross country at No. 2 and both men’s soccer and men’s cross country at No. 4.

The women’s soccer team beat then No. 8 Alberta 2-0 and UNBC 4-0 to improve to 7-0-2 on the season.

The men’s soccer team earned a 2-1 win over Victoria and played to a 1-1 tie with No. 9 UBC.

Neither of TWU’s cross country teams were in action this weekend.

WOMEN’S SOCCER
(regular season record) / points / previous ranking
1. Université Laval                                 (7-0-1) / 60 / 1
2. Trinity Western University                 (7-0-2) / 49/ 4
3. University of Ottawa                          (9-0-2) / 47/ 2
4. University of Calgary                         (7-0-1) / 46/ 3
5. York University                                  (8-0-3) / 37/ 5
6. Université de Montreal                       (6-0-1) / 23/ 6
7. Cape Breton University                      (7-0-0) / 22/ 7
8. UOIT                                                  (9-1-1) / 20/ 9
9. University of Fraser Valley                (6-1-2) / 12/ NR
10 .University of British Columbia          (4-1-4) / 6/ 10

Other teams receiving votes: Western University (6), Acadia University (2).

MEN’S SOCCER
(regular season record) / votes / previous ranking
1. University of Alberta                            (10-0-2) / 58/ 1
2.  Ryerson University                              (11-0-0) / 52/ 3
3. York University                                    (9-0-2)/ 52/ 2
4. Trinity Western University                    (8-2-2) /33/ 5
5. Université du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres   (4-1-2) / 28/ 4
6. St. Francis Xavier University                (5-0-2) / 23/ 10
7. University of New Brunswick               (3-0-4) / 18/ 7
8. University of Guelph                            (7-1-2) / 14/ NR
9. University of Calgary                           (7-2-1) / 10/ NR
10. University of Toronto                           (8-1-2) / 9/ NR

Other teams receiving votes:  University of British Columbia (10), Université du Quebec a Montreal (8), Carleton University (8), Acadia University (7), Cape Breton University (1)

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
(points) / previous ranking
1. University of Guelph              (97) / 1
2. Trinity Western University     (87) / 2
3. University of Toronto             (84) / 3
4. Western University                 (55) / 5
5. .University of Calgary             (50) / 4
6. .University of Victoria             (39) / 10
7. University of Alberta              (26) / --
8. Dalhousie University              (26) / 7
9. Université Laval                     (22) / 8
10. McGill University                   (20) / --
10. McMaster University              (20) / 8

Other teams receiving votes: Queen’s University (17), University of Saskatchewan (5), Laurentian University (4), MacEwan University (3), Thompson River University (2)

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
(points) / previous ranking
1. Université Laval                       (98) / 1
2. University of Guelph                (85) / 2
3. University of Victoria               (72) / 3
4. Trinity Western University        (70) / 4
5. University of Windsor              (66) / 5
6. McMaster University                (43) / 6
7. University of Calgary               (30) / 8
8. Western University                   (25) / 9
9. St. Francis Xavier University    (22) / 7
10. Queen’s University                   (12) / 10

Other teams receiving votes:
University of Toronto (7), University of Manitoba (6), Lakehead University (6), University of Alberta (5), Dalhousie University (5), McGill University (4), University of Waterloo (2), University of Regina (2)

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