BLACKBERRY - CIS TOP TEN TUESDAY (#15)-Final rankings of the fall see all TWU teams remain pat.

CIS TOP TEN RANKINGS
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2010
BASKETBALL, VOLLEYBALL

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

BLACKBERRY - CIS TOP TEN TUESDAY (#15)
Final rankings of the fall see all TWU teams remain pat.

OTTAWA (CIS)
– In the final rankings of the 2010 fall semester the top teams remain unchanged with Windsor (women’s basketball), Carleton (men’s basketball), UBC (women’s volleyball) and Laval (men’s volleyball) repeating as No.1’s. The TWU men’s and women’s volleyball teams also remain in the same positions as last week as does the Spartans men’s basketball team.

The TWU men’s basketball team (12-2) remains at No. 7 for the third straight week after increasing their Canada West conference best winning streak to 10 games with two wins over Fraser Valley.

In men’s and women’s volleyball the national rankings remain the same as last week as volleyball is currently off until the season continues in January. The TWU women’s volleyball team (9-1) remains at No. 2, while the men’s volleyball team (8-2) remains at No. 4.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)


1. Windsor / (7-1) / 348 pts (29) / (1)
2. Saskatchewan (8-2) / 311 / (3)
3. Regina (10-2) / 291 / (2)
4. Victoria (9-3) / 258 / (4)
5. Western (7-1) / 236 / (5)
6. UNB (5-1) / 202 / (6)
7. Carleton (6-2) / 169 / (7)
8. Alberta (10-2) / 148 / (8)
9. Toronto (6-2) / 123 / (8)
10. Cape Breton (5-2) / 85 / (10)

Other teams receiving votes: McGill (23), Laurier (18), StFX (8), Winnipeg (7).

MEN’S BASKETBALL
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)


1. Carleton (8-0) / 468 pts (39) / (1)
2. UBC (10-2) / 429 / (2)
3. Saskatchewan (7-3) / 368 / (4)
4. Concordia (4-1) / 316 / (6)
5. StFX (3-2) / 315 / (5)
6. Laval (4-1) / 295 / (3)
7. Trinity Western (12-2) / 242 / (7)
8. Windsor (7-1) / 209 / (8)
9. Toronto (6-2) / 140 / (9)
10. Cape Breton (7-0) / 104 / (10)

Other teams receiving votes: Dalhousie (63), Western Ontario (32), Wilfrid Laurier (19).

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
(regular season record) / (votes) / (previous rankings)

1. UBC (8-2) / 60 pts / (1)
2. Trinity Western (9-1) / 55 / (2)
3. Laval (12-2) / 53 / (3)
4. Manitoba (5-4) / 46 / (4)
T5. Montreal (12-2) / 41 / (5)
T5. Brandon (5-3) / 41 / (7)
7. Alberta (4-4) / 40 / (6)
8. Calgary (5-3) / 32 / (9)
9. Regina (3-5) / 24.5 / (8)
10. Saint Mary’s (6-4) / 24 / (10)

Next highest vote getters: York (21.5), Winnipeg (14.5), McGill (11), McMaster (7.5), Guelph (3).

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL
(regular season record) / (votes) / (previous rankings)


1. Laval (10-0) / 201 pts / (1)
2. Alberta (7-1) / 188 / (2)
3. Calgary (8-0) / 174 / (4)
4. Trinity Western (8-2) / 159 / (3)
5. Western Ontario (10-0) / 121 / (5)
6. Manitoba (8-1) / 116 / (7)
7. Brandon (2-6) / 81 / (6)
8. Dalhousie (5-3) / 47 / (8)
9. Thompson Rivers (3-5) / 39 / (9)
10. McMaster (8-2) / 41 / (10)

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Last Updated: 2010-12-07
Author: Scott Stewart