Quinnipiac Men's Ice Hockey Ranked 4th In USCHO.com Division I Poll

The Quinnipiac men's ice hockey team, in the midst of a 12-game unbeaten streak (11-0-1) were ranked fourth, with two first-place votes, in the latest USCHO.com Division I poll, released on Monday, Nov. 18. 

Quinnipiac is currently 11-1-1 on the year including a 5-0-1 in ECAC Hockey play. This past weekend, the Bobcats defeated Harvard, 3-2, before trumping Dartmouth, 3-1, on Saturday night. Alex Barron (Glendora, Calif.) assisted on five of Quinnipiac's six goals, while Cory Hibbeler (St. Charles, Mo.) and Jordan Samuels-Thomas (West Hartford, Conn.) both scored in both games.

Braydan Sherbinin (Kelowna, British Columbia) became the second Quinnipiac freshman to score on the first shot of his first college shift, joining classmate Derek Smith as the only two players in program history to accomplish the feat. Bryce Van Brabant (Morinville, Ontario) also scored for the Bobcats, in their win against Harvard.

Quinnipiac is back in action this weekend when it travels to Hobey Baker Rink to take on Princeton, N.J. on Friday, Nov. 22 when hosting the Tigers on Saturday, Nov. 23, with both games set for a 7 p.m. start.

USCHO.com Division I Poll  - Nov. 18, 2013        
  Team (First Place Votes) Record Points Last Poll
1 Minnesota -47 8-1-1 996 1
2 St. Cloud State -1 8-1-1 914 3
3 Providence   9-1-1 873 5
4 QUINNIPIAC -2 11-1-1 818 6
5 Michigan   7-2-1 807 2
6 Notre Dame   8-3-1 778 4
7 Boston College   7-2-2 739 7
8 Miami   7-4-1 644 8
9 Yale   4-1-2 586 9
10 Ferris State   8-2-1 476 14
11 Clarkson   10-3-1 463 11
12 Wisconsin   4-3-1 451 12
13 Massachusetts-Lowell   8-4-0 430 16
14 Rensselaer   6-4-2 280 10
15 North Dakota   4-5-1 254 13
16 Lake Superior   6-3-1 248 15
17 Union   6-3-2 211 NR
18 Cornell   4-3-1 115 19
19 Minnesota-Duluth   5-4-1 108 20
20 New Hampshire   6-5-1 83 NR
Others receiving votes: Ohio State 63, St. Lawrence 53, Nebraska-Omaha 26, Air Force 22, Northeastern 21, Denver 11, Alaska 10, Bowling Green 9, Boston University 4, Colgate 4, Alaska-Anchorage 2, Minnesota State 1.