The Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs defeated Nebraska-Omaha 6-2 on Friday, but fell on Saturday, 3-1.
The loss ended Duluth's 17-game unbeaten streak.
UMD will look start a new unbeaten streak against Alabama-Huntsville.
First Five Out: Denver, Nebraska-Omaha, Colgate, Quinnipiac and Lake Superior State.
Series of the Week: (10) Colorado College at (6) Minnesota, (12) Michigan at (7) Notre Dame, (14) Ferris State at (8) Ohio State, (13) Massachusetts-Lowell vs. Northeastern.
15. North Dakota (12-9-2)
The Sioux split with the Gophers but were outscored, 7-4. UND faces St. Cloud State (9-11-4) this weekend.
14. Ferris State (14-8-2)
The Bulldogs took three points from Alaska and will face the Buckeyes this weekend.
13. Massachusetts-Lowell (12-6-0)
After starting 3-3-0, the Riverhawks have gone 9-3-0. Lowell faces Northeastern (8-9-3) this weekend.
12. Michigan (14-8-4)
The Wolverines dominated the Buckeyes this weekend, outscoring OSU 8-1 in the sweep. The Wolverines are 7-0-2 in their last nine games. Michigan faces Miami (12-10-2) this weekend.
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11. Cornell (10-4-3)
Cornell is on a five-game unbeaten streak. During this streak, Cornell has gone 3-0-2.
10. Colorado College (13-8-1)
The Tigers split with St. Cloud State last weekend. CC faces Minnesota in Minneapolis this weekend.
9. Western Michigan (12-7-5)
The Mustangs swept Notre Dame last weekend. Western Michigan limited the Irish to three goals in the series.
8. Ohio State (14-6-3)
The Buckeyes could not handle the Michigan Wolverines, losing 4-0 and 4-1. OSU looks to right the ship against Ferris State this weekend.
7. Notre Dame (13-8-3)
The Irish were limited to three goals in their series against Western Michigan last weekend.
6. Minnesota (16-8-1)
On Friday, forward Nick Bjugstad committed a costly turnover which lead to the Sioux's game-winning goal. On Saturday, Bjugstad rebounded with two goals in a 6-2 Gopher win. Minnesota will face Colorado College this weekend.
5. Boston University (13-6-1)
The Terriers have gone 10-2-1 in their last 13 games.
4. Union (12-5-6)
The Dutchmen are on a four-game unbeaten streak.
3. Merrimack (12-4-5)
The Warriors took three points from Maine last weekend. Merrimack will face New Hampshire (8-11-2) this weekend.
2. Boston College (14-8-1)
BC beat Northeastern in Fenway Park 2-1. The Eagles look to continue their winning ways against Maine (10-8-3).
1. Minnesota-Duluth (15-4-3)
Despite the loss to UNO, the Bulldogs remain the favorites to win the NCAA Tournament.