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Sunday, February 11, 2007

ACHA Report 2.11.07


Around the State of Michigan, ACHA teams are gearing up for playoff runs.

Led by the tenth-ranked Oakland Golden Grizzlies, four in-state squads are ranked in the latest ACHA Division 1 Men's Top 20.

The Davenport Panthers pace the top D-2 teams in the state and are in second place in the Central Division, just five points behind first place Illinois State.

Only two points separate the top 3 teams in the Division 3 North. The Hope Flying Dutchmen hold down the top spot with the Northwood Timberwolves just a point behind.

The Michigan State Spartans are the new No. 3 team in the latest ACHA Women's Division 1 national poll after splitting with No. 1 Lindenwood.

If you are interested in covering ACHA hockey in Michigan, please click here for more information.

Men's Division 1

Western Michigan 18-16-3 (15)
Eastern Michigan 16-18-1 (18)
Oakland 15-12-2 (10)
Mich-Dearborn 15-18-1 (16)

Numbers in parenthesis () are the current ACHA D1 rankings.


Men's Division 2

Davenport 25-7-4 (1)
Grand Valley 16-13-5 (4)
Michigan 14-8-2 (3)
Michigan State 14-9-1 (2)
Central Michigan 13-10-3 (5)
Ferris State 9-16-2 (9)
Northern Michigan 5-12-13
Michigan Tech 3-8-2

Numbers in parenthesis () are the current ACHA D2 Regional rankings.

Men's Division 3

Hope 22-2-0 (1)
Northwood 21-2-0 (2)
Saginaw Valley 12-9-1 (5)
Calvin 12-9-1 (4)
Oakland 12-9-1 (6)
Lansing CC 11-11-0
Lawrence Tech 9-13-0 (t8)
Alpena CC 8-14-0
Lake Superior 7-9-0
Grand Valley 6-13-0
Ferris State 5-10-0
Albion 1-16-0

Numbers in parenthesis () are the current ACHA D3 Regional rankings.

Women's Division 1

Western Michigan 16-7-1 (5)
Michigan State 10-1-0 (3)
Michigan 8-10-2 (7)
Northern Michigan 0-19-1

Numbers in parenthesis () are the current ACHA Women’s D1 rankings.

1 comment:

HopeHockeyGod said...

Great job! Nice to see the club coverage again. It would be great if someone could do it full time. I love that someone recognizes our teams. We play hard and pay for it. It more ways than one. Keep up the nice work.