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USA Hockey/The Rink Live Women's College Hockey Poll - December 5, 2023

 Rank Team (First Place) Last Week's
Rank
2023-24
Record
Weeks in
Top 20
1. Ohio State University, 278 (13) 1 14-2-0 12
2. University of Minnesota, 263 (5) 3 13-2-0 12
3. University of Wisconsin, 249 (1) 2 13-3-0 12
4. Colgate University,
224
13-2-1 12
5. Clarkson University,
209
5 18-0-2 12
6. University of Minnesota Duluth,
199
6 10-5-1 12
7. Quinnipiac University,
165
7 16-3-0 12
8. St. Cloud State University
149
10 11-4-0 12
9. Cornell University,
141
8 11-3-1 12
10. St. Lawrence University,
109
9 13-6-0 9
11. University of Connecticut,
95
11 11-4-2 7
12. Princeton University,
61
12 8-4-2 10
13. Yale University,
53
13 8-6-0 12
14. Boston College,
45
15 9-7-2 5
15. University of Vermont,
15
14 7-8-1 12 
Others Receiving Votes: Penn State University, 11; Minnesota State University, 6; University of Maine, 5; Northeastern University, 3.
The USA Hockey/The Rink Live Women's 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 five NCAA women's hockey conferences who are eligible for the NCAA Women's National Collegiate Ice Hockey Championships, as well as composite votes from officers of the AHCA and USA Hockey.

USCHO.com Division I Women's Poll - December 4, 2023

 Rank Team (First Place) Record Pts. Last Poll
1 Ohio State (14) 14-2-0 293 1
2 Minnesota (3) 13-2-0 273 3
3 Wisconsin (1) 13-3-0 257 2
4 Colgate (1) 13-2-1 237 4
5 Clarkson (1) 18-0-2 226 5
6 Minnesota Duluth 10-5-1 211 6
7 Quinnipiac 16-3-0 175 7
8 St. Cloud State 12-5-0 157 10
9 Cornell 11-3-1 144 9
10 St. Lawrence 13-6-0 123 8
11 Connecticut 11-4-2 95 11
12 Princeton 8-4-2 72 12
13 Boston College 9-7-2 47 15
13 Yale 8-6-0 47 14
15 Penn State 10-7-1 13 NR
Others Receiving Votes: Vermont 11, Northeastern 7, Maine 6, Minnesota State 6
The USCHO.com Poll is compiled weekly and consists of 20 voters. USCHO.com provides in-depth coverage of college hockey.