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PioneeerHockeyDU19
01-04-2010, 10:37 PM
LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY EDGES OHIO FOR TOP SPOT

UNION LAKE, MI - The defending ACHA Men's Division 1 National Champions, Lindenwood University, suffered its first losses of the season, but managed to hold onto the top spot by the slimmest of margins, a mere 6 points The Lions were swept at home by #2 Ohio University, and have now lost three straight games to the Bobcats. Ohio actually received more first-place votes than Lindenwood (19 to 16), but a setback to Kent State probably kept them from overtaking the top spot. In addition to Ohio, Kent State also split with Illinois, actually shutting out the Fighting Illini in Champaign, IL on the Big Pond. Those splits against #2 Ohio and #3 Illinois allowed the Golden Flashes to be the polls big gainer, bounding up three spots from the last ranking to #14.

Slippery Rock cracked the poll for the first time in over a year, coming in at #25.The seventh ranking of the regular season will be released on Friday, January 22.

The 2010 ACHA Men's Division 1 National Championships will be hosted by Robert Morris University Illinois and will take place March 6-10, 2010 at The Edge in Bensenville, IL. Sixteen teams will qualify for the tournament.

2009-2010 ACHA Men's Division 1 Ranking #6

1 Lindenwood 16 26-2
2 Ohio 19 24-2
3 Illinois 17-4-0
4 Liberty 18-2-0
5 Penn State 18-2-1
6 Iowa State 17-6-3
7 Oklahoma 13-6-3
8 Arizona State 19-3-0
9 Oakland 18-5-0
10 Rhode Island 14-5-1
11 Adrian 16-7-1
12 C. Oklahoma 16-7-2
13 Delaware 13-6-1
14 Kent State 15-9-1
15 Mich.-Dearborn 13-9-3
16 Minot State 14-3-0
17 Rbrt Morris (PA) 16-6-0
18 West Chester 12-8-1
19 Stony Brook 10-7-1
20 W. Michigan 8-13-1
21 T Indiana (PA) 13-5-2
21 T West Virginia 13-6-2
23 Rbrt Morris (IL) 8-15-1
24 Buffalo 11-6-1
25 Slippery Rock 15-3-1

Others receiving votes: Eastern Michigan, Rutgers, Canton, Indiana, and Washington & Jefferson.

HuskyNation
01-12-2010, 02:50 PM
This was awful. Ohio went into Lindenwood's building and swept them, but the rankings have Ohio #2. It will be interesting when Oakland travels to Athens in two weeks after their series with Adrian.

A Michigan Tech diddy comes to mind........"This game's rigged!" :D :D


LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY EDGES OHIO FOR TOP SPOT

UNION LAKE, MI - The defending ACHA Men's Division 1 National Champions, Lindenwood University, suffered its first losses of the season, but managed to hold onto the top spot by the slimmest of margins, a mere 6 points The Lions were swept at home by #2 Ohio University, and have now lost three straight games to the Bobcats. Ohio actually received more first-place votes than Lindenwood (19 to 16), but a setback to Kent State probably kept them from overtaking the top spot. In addition to Ohio, Kent State also split with Illinois, actually shutting out the Fighting Illini in Champaign, IL on the Big Pond. Those splits against #2 Ohio and #3 Illinois allowed the Golden Flashes to be the polls big gainer, bounding up three spots from the last ranking to #14.

Slippery Rock cracked the poll for the first time in over a year, coming in at #25.The seventh ranking of the regular season will be released on Friday, January 22.

The 2010 ACHA Men's Division 1 National Championships will be hosted by Robert Morris University Illinois and will take place March 6-10, 2010 at The Edge in Bensenville, IL. Sixteen teams will qualify for the tournament.

2009-2010 ACHA Men's Division 1 Ranking #6

1 Lindenwood 16 26-2
2 Ohio 19 24-2
3 Illinois 17-4-0
4 Liberty 18-2-0
5 Penn State 18-2-1
6 Iowa State 17-6-3
7 Oklahoma 13-6-3
8 Arizona State 19-3-0
9 Oakland 18-5-0
10 Rhode Island 14-5-1
11 Adrian 16-7-1
12 C. Oklahoma 16-7-2
13 Delaware 13-6-1
14 Kent State 15-9-1
15 Mich.-Dearborn 13-9-3
16 Minot State 14-3-0
17 Rbrt Morris (PA) 16-6-0
18 West Chester 12-8-1
19 Stony Brook 10-7-1
20 W. Michigan 8-13-1
21 T Indiana (PA) 13-5-2
21 T West Virginia 13-6-2
23 Rbrt Morris (IL) 8-15-1
24 Buffalo 11-6-1
25 Slippery Rock 15-3-1

Others receiving votes: Eastern Michigan, Rutgers, Canton, Indiana, and Washington & Jefferson.