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MEN’S SOCCER NO. 4, WOMEN’S SOCCER NO. 5 IN CIS TOP 10

MEN’S SOCCER NO. 4, WOMEN’S SOCCER NO. 5 IN CIS TOP 10

LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western’s men’s soccer team moved up to No. 4 in the latest CIS Top 10, which marks the teams highest ranking in more than six years, while the Spartans women’s soccer team sits at No. 5.

Following a four-point weekend, the Spartans (6-1-1), who sit atop the Pacific Division, moved up from No. 6 to No. 4. TWU’s men’s soccer team hasn’t been ranked this high since Sept. 7, 2010, when it slotted in at No. 3. The move also saw TWU pass defending Canada West champion UBC in the Top 10 after the Spartans local rivals were held to back-to-back draws over the weekend.

On the women’s side, the Spartans (3-0-2) dropped from No. 3 to No. 5 in the latest poll after playing to ties with both UBC and Victoria over the weekend.

MENS SOCCER
(regular season record) / votes / (previous ranking)

1. York 7-0-0 / 60 pts /(1)
2 .Alberta 7-0-1 / 53 pts / (3)
3. Ryerson 6-0-0 / 47 pts / (4)
4. Trinity Western 6-1-1 / 38 pts / (6)
5. UBC 4-0-4 / 37 pts / (2)
6. UNB 1-0-3 / 18 pts / (5)  
7. Acadia 3-0-0 / 18 pts / (NR)
8. UQAM 1-0-2 / 17 pts / (10)
9. Mount Royal 6-1-1 / 12 pts / (NR)
10. UQTR 2-0-2 / 10 pts / (NR)
Other teams receiving votes: Carleton (8), Cape Breton (5), Guelph (3), Toronto (2)

WOMEN’S SOCCER
(Regular season record) / Votes / Previous Ranking

1. Laval (4-0-0) / 60 pts / (1)
2. Ottawa (7-0-0) / 54 pts / (2)
3. York (6-0-1) / 44 pts / (4)
4. Calgary (4-0-0) / 40 pts / (6)
5. Trinity Western (3-0-2) / 34 pts / (3)
6. UOIT (6-1-1) / 24 pts / (9)
7. UBC (1-0-4) / 22 pts / (5)
8. Cape Breton (4-0-0) / 19 pts / (8)
9. Montreal (3-0-0) / 12 pts / (NR)
10. Memorial (4-0-0) / 9 pts / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Victoria (4) Alberta (4) Western (2) UFV (2).

About Canadian Interuniversity Sport
Canadian Interuniversity Sport is the national governing body of university sport in Canada. Every year, over 12,000 student-athletes and 700 coaches from 56 universities and four conferences vie for 21 national championships in 12 different sports. CIS also provides high performance international opportunities for Canadian student-athletes at Winter and Summer Universiades, as well as numerous world university championships.

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