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U SPORTS TOP 10 | MVB NO. 1, WOMEN’S T&F NO. 9, WBB NO. 10

U SPORTS TOP 10 | MVB NO. 1, WOMEN’S T&F NO. 9, WBB NO. 10

LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western’s men’s volleyball team remains No. 1 in the U SPORTS Top 10, while the women’s track and field team is No. 9 and the women’s basketball team is No. 10.

The men’s volleyball team is coming off a weekend sweep of Thompson Rivers in the Canada West quarter-finals and will host Winnipeg in the best-of-three conference semifinals, starting Thursday (8 p.m. PT) at the Langley Events Centre.

After a fourth-place finish at the Canada West championships, the women’s track and field team is No. 9 in the national rankings.

The women’s basketball team lost in its Canada West semifinal series against Saskatchewan this past weekend. The team returns home for the Canada West bronze medal game against Calgary Saturday at 8 p.m. (PT). The winner of the bronze medal game earns a berth into the U SPORTS championship tournament.

U SPORTS TOP 10 Tuesday Rankings – Feb. 27, 2018

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL
Rank School Season Record Playoff Record VRS* Previous Ranking
1 Trinity Western 22-2 2-0 +2.70 1
2 UBC 20-4 2-0 +2.35 2
3 Alberta 19-5 2-0 +1.97 3
4 Montreal 12-2 0-0 +1.75 5
5 Brandon 17-7 1-2 +1.69 4
6 Laval 11-3 2-0 +1.60 6
7 Winnipeg 15-9 2-1 +1.38 7
8 Calgary 14-10 0-2 +0.93 8
9 TRU 11-13 0-2 +0.76 10
10 Dalhousie 7-8 1-0 +0.74 NR
Other teams receiving votes: Saskatchewan (+0.65), Manitoba (+0.63), McMaster (+0.62), Mount Royal (+0.17), Western (+0.13)

Note: Men’s volleyball Top 10 is determined by the Volleyball Ranking System (VRS). Teams are ranked via the VRS. Rankings available here.

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD
Rank School Points* Previous Ranking
1 Guelph 114.5 1
2 Toronto 95 2
3 Windsor 82.5 3
4 Saskatchewan 57 4
5 Sherbrooke 47.5 6
6 York 38 7
7 Western 37 5
8 Alberta 34 T9
9 Trinity Western 31 8
T10 Ottawa 24 NR
T10 Laval 24 T9
Honourable mention: Manitoba (21)

*Track & Field Top 10 is calculated from individual event results by school.
Team and Individual rankings by event available here.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Rank School Season Record Playoff Record Points Previous Ranking
1 Carleton 23-0 1-0 562 (45) 1
2 Regina 18-2 4-0 518 (2) 2
3 Acadia 18-2 0-0 466 3
4 McMaster 20-4 1-0 424 4
5 Laval 12-4 0-0 378 5
6 Saskatchewan 17-3 4-2 311 7
7 McGill 11-5 0-0 279 6
8 Windsor 20-4 1-0 255 8
9 Ottawa 15-8 2-0 150 NR
10 Trinity Western 16-4 3-2 131 9
Other teams receiving votes: Calgary (85), Cape Breton (42)

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD
Rank School Points* Previous Ranking
1 Guelph 106.5 1
2 Alberta 76.5 2
3 Western 70 3
4 Laval 51 4
5 Toronto 50 T5
6 York 43 T5
7 Manitoba 40 7
8 Lethbridge 38.5 8
9 Windsor 32 NR
T10 Victoria 22 10
T10 Saskatchewan 22 9
Honourable mention: Trinity Western (18)

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
Rank School Season Record Playoff Record Points Previous Ranking
T1 Calgary 21-3 2-0 58 (2) 2
T1 Montreal 18-2 0-0 58 (2) 1
3 UBC Okanagan 19-5 2-0 52 3
4 UBC 20-4 2-0 48 4
5 Dalhousie 19-1 0-0 43 5
6 Ryerson 19-0 0-0 41 6
7 McMaster 17-2 0-0 34 7
8 Alberta 15-9 2-1 33 8
9 McGill 14-6 0-0 26 9
10 Laval 14-6 0-0 25 10
Other teams receiving votes: Acadia (18), Toronto (17), Queen's (9), Saint Mary's (8), Western (4), Trinity Western (4)

MEN’S BASKETBALL
Rank School Season Record Playoff Record Points Previous Ranking
1 Carleton 23-0 1-0 450 (45) 1
2 Alberta 19-1 4-0 404 2
3 Brock 21-3 1-0 356 3
4 Calgary 16-4 4-0 319 5
5 McGill 14-2 0-0 260 6
6 Ryerson 17-6 2-0 200 8
7 UBC 17-3 2-2 182 4
8 Dalhousie 16-4 0-0 153 9
9 Ottawa 17-6 0-1 87 7
10 UNB 16-4 0-0 29 NR
Other teams receiving votes: Laurentian (26), Acadia (7)

About U SPORTS
U SPORTS is the national brand for University Sports in Canada. Every year, over 12,000 student-athletes and 500 coaches from 56 universities vie for 21 national championships in 12 different sports. U SPORTS also provides higher performance international opportunities for Canadian student-athletes at Winter and Summer Universiades, as well as numerous world university championships.

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