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U SPORTS Top 10 Tuesday | Basketball and Hockey sitting tight in top 5

Written by Carleton Sports Information

MEN’S HOCKEY

The Ravens took home some valuable points from their latest road trip. Carleton went on the road for wins against Queen’s and Concordia and move up to fifth in the national rankings.

RANK SCHOOL RECORD PREVIOUS
1 UNB 17-4-0 1
2 Alberta 17-3-0 2
3 Toronto 17-2-1 3
4 Saskatchewan 14-4-2 4
5 Carleton 18-3-1 6
6 Acadia 17-5-0 5
7 McGill 12-6-1 7
8 Ottawa 14–2 10
9 Calgary 14-4-1 8
10 Ryerson 14-5-2 9
MEN’S BASKETBALL

The new year started off in the win column for the Ravens. Their undefeated streak was pushed to 13 games with a pair of road wins last weekend. They will be back in the Ravens’ Nest this weekend to face Queen’s and Ontario Tech.

RANK SCHOOL RECORD PREVIOUS
1 Carleton 13-0 1
2 Calgary 12-0 3
3 Dalhousie 9-1 2
4 Alberta 11-1 5
5 Ottawa 10-3 4
6 Lakehead 9-3 6
7 Laurentian 9-4 9
8 McMaster 9-3 7
9 Saskatchewan 9-3 8
10 Manitoba 11-1 NR
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

After another pair of wins on the weekend, the Ravens improve to 11-2 on the season to keep pace with rival uOttawa Gee-Gees. Carleton maintains their standing at 4th spot in a ranking list that is full of OUA competitors.

RANK SCHOOL RECORD PREVIOUS
1 Saskatchewan 12-0 1
2 Calgary 12-0 2
3 Ottawa 11-2 3
4 Carleton 11-2 4
5 Ryerson 10-2 5
6 Windsor 11-1 6
7 Queen’s 8-4 7
8 Laval 5-2 9
9 Brock 10-2 8
10 Bishop’s 4-1 10