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U SPORTS Top 10 Tuesday | Women’s basketball drops in the rankings while men’s basketball and hockey hold steady

Written by Carleton Sports Information

MEN’S HOCKEY

The Ravens added another win to their season total this weekend. Carleton got past McGill to extend their season high win streak to 6 games before having it snapped by the uOttawa Gee-Gees two nights later. They will be back in action this weekend in the fourth annual Colonel By Classic at TD Place on Friday, November 15.

RANK SCHOOL RECORD PREVIOUS
1 Alberta 9-1-0 2
2 UNB 9-3-0 1
3 Carleton 10-2-0 3
4 Ottawa 6-3-0 NR
5 Saskatchewan 5-3-2 6
6 Toronto 9-2-0 NR
7 Saint Mary’s 8-4-0 8
8 Brock 7-3-1 NR
9 Ryerson 7-2-2 NR
10 Acadia 9-3-0 4
MEN’S BASKETBALL

The Ravens continued to roll through their first road weekend of the season. They improved to 4-0 on the season and maintain top spot in the national rankings.

RANK SCHOOL RECORD PREVIOUS
1 Carleton 4-0 1
2 Dalhousie 3-0 2
3 Ottawa 4-0 3
4 Calgary 2-0 4
5 Alberta 4-0 5
6 Saskatchewan 4-0 6
7 Bishop’s 0-0 8
8 Lakehead 5-1 NR
9 Laurier 3-3 7
10 McMaster 4-1 NR
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

The Ravens suffered their first loss of the season over the weekend, falling to the Queen’s Gaels before claiming a victory over the Ontario Tech Ridgebacks. They fall to 6th on the Top 10 list.

RANK SCHOOL RECORD PREVIOUS
1 Saskatchewan 4-0 1
2 Calgary 2-0 3
3 Queen’s 5-1 6
4 Ottawa 3-1 2
5 Ryerson 4-1 5
6 Carleton 3-1 4
7 Guelph 4-0 9
8 Bishop’s 0-0 7
9 Victoria 2-0 8
10 Laval 1-0 10