CIS TOP 10 TUESDAY (#22) WOMEN’S T&F NO. 3, MEN’S T&F NO. 8

CIS TOP 10 RANKINGS
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2014
TRACK & FIELD, BASKETBALL

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CIS TOP 10 TUESDAY (#22)
WOMEN’S T&F NO. 3, MEN’S T&F NO. 8

LANGLEY, British Columbia – After winning its first ever Canada West championship, the Trinity Western women’s track and field team remained at No. 3 in the latest CIS Top 10 while the Spartans men’s team, after finishing in a tie for second at the conference championships, moved up to No. 8, which is an all-time program best.

The women’s track and field team, which was also ranked No. 3 last week, finished the Canada West championships with 16 medals and 107 points to finish atop the conference standings by 11 points. The men’s track and field team, which was ranked for the first time ever last week at No. 10, finished with nine medals and 67 points, which put it in a tie for second with Victoria.

Both teams will now prepare for the 2014 CIS national championships Mar. 6-8 in Edmonton.

Both TWU basketball teams did not qualify for the playoffs and, therefore, did not play last weekend.

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD
(points) / (previous rankings)

1. Calgary 96 points / (1)
2. Guelph 82.5 / (2)
3. Trinity Western 80 / (3)
4. Saskatchewan 64.5 / (4)
5. Toronto 62 / (5)
6. Western 55 / (6)
7. York 46 / (7)
8. Victoria 41 / (9)
9. Windsor 34.5 / (8)
10. Queen’s 16 / (NR)

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD
(points) / (previous rankings)

T1. York 90.5 points / (1)
T1. Guelph 90.5 / (2)
3. Sherbrooke 64.5 / (3)
4. Windsor 62 / (4)
5. Regina 45 / (7)
6. Victoria 44.5 / (5)
7. Toronto 42 / (8)
8. Trinity Western 35 / (10)
9. Western 31 / (9)
10. Laval 30 / (6)

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (final rankings of season)
(regular season / playoff records) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

1. Windsor (21-1 / 1-0) / 508 points (35) / (1)
2. Saint Mary’s (20-0) / 480 (8) / (2)
3. Alberta (20-2) / 430 / (3)
4. Regina (20-2 / 2-0) / 388 / (4)
5. Fraser Valley (17-5) / 340 / (5)
6. Saskatchewan (17-5) / 302 / (6)
7. Concordia (11-5) / 253 / (8)
8. McGill (13-3) / 201 / (7)
9. UBC (16-6) / 161 / (9)
10. Queen’s (16-6 / 1-0) / 146 / (10)

Other teams receiving votes: Wilfrid Laurier (74), Carleton (58).

MEN’S BASKETBALL (final rankings of season)
(regular season / playoff records) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

1. Carleton (22-0 / 1-0) / 504 points (42) / (1)
2. Ottawa (20-2 / 1-0) / 460 / (2)
3. Alberta (20-2 / 2-1) / 413 / (3)
4. Victoria (19-3 / 2-1) / 362 / (4)
5. McMaster (18-4 / 1-0) / 354 / (5)
6. McGill (14-2) / 296 / (6)
7. Windsor (16-6 / 1-0) / 257 / (7)
T8. Ryerson (16-6 / 1-1) / 173 / (8)
T8. Fraser Valley (17-5 / 2-0) / 173 / (10)
10. Saskatchewan (15-7 / 2-0) / 116 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Acadia (106), Saint Mary’s (38).

About Canadian Interuniversity Sport

Canadian Interuniversity Sport is the national governing body of university sport in Canada. Every year, 11,000 student-athletes and 700 coaches from 55 universities and four regional associations 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.
-TW-

Last Updated: 2014-02-25
Author: Mark Janzen