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Another Milestone: Mark Johnson Notches Win 350

02/01/2015, 3:00am MST
By Greg Bates - Special to USAHockey.com

Wisconsin women’s coach also played on 1980 U.S. Olympic men’s team and coached 2010 U.S. Olympic women’s team


USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine College Hockey Poll

The USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine College Hockey Poll is conducted each week in conjunction with the American Hockey Coaches Association. The poll includes input from coaches and journalists representing each of the NCAA Division I ice hockey conferences, as well as composite votes from officers of the AHCA and USA Hockey.

Men's Poll
(2014-15 Reg. Season, Wk 20)

First-place votes in parentheses

Rank School Last Week's Rank
1. University of North Dakota, 509 (33) 1
2. Minnesota State University, 470 3
3. Michigan Tech University, 427 (1) 4
4. Boston University, 388 2
5. Miami University, 370 6
6. University of Minnesota Duluth, 361 7
7. University of Denver, 281 10
8. University of Nebraska Omaha, 265 5
9. Quinnipiac University, 217 10
10. Boston College, 214 11
11. Bowling Green State University, 140 8
12. Yale University, 130 14
13. Providence College, 110 12
14. University of Minnesota, 58 15
15. Harvard University, 39 13

Others receiving votes: St. Cloud State University, 22; UMass Lowell, 21; St. Lawrence University, 18; University of Michigan, 13; Robert Morris University, 13; University of Vermont, 10; Colgate University, 4.

Women's Poll
(2014-15 Reg. Season, Wk 21)

First-place votes in parentheses

Rank School Last Week's Rank
1. Boston College, 190 (19) 1
2. University of Minnesota, 171 2
3. University of Wisconsin, 145 3
4. Harvard University, 136 4
5. Quinnipiac University, 94 5
6. Clarkson University, 87 7
7. Boston University, 86 6
8. University of North Dakota, 55 8
9. University of Minnesota Duluth, 53 9
10. St. Lawrence University, 22 n/a

Others receiving votes: Cornell University, 6.