Tuesday November 08, 2011 | 04:43 AM

In the latest FSC (Division I-AA) poll, the University of Maine football team dropped to No. 13, from it's season-high No. 7 spot last week.

The Black Bears are one of six Colonial Athletic Association teams in the top 20 - New Hampshire (7th), Old Dominion (11th), Towson (12th), Maine, Delaware (15th) and James Madison (20th).

In the USCHO poll of Division I men's hockey teams, Maine dropped out after losses to Boston College and New Hampshire. BC, which was No. 1, moved to No. 2 after losing to UMass on Saturday. Minnesota assumed the top spot.

The USCHO poll for Division III schools has Bowdoin No. 8 among the men, and an honorable mention among the women. Neither Polar Bears team has yet to play a game.

Bowdoin is also expected to remain No. 1 in the Division III field hockey poll, which comes out today, after winning the NESCAC championship last weekend.

And the Polar Bears volleyball team, may jump back into the top 25 Division III poll, which will be released today. Bowdoin won its first NESCAC title on Sunday.

And Bowdoin can also be found in the D3hoops.com preseason women's basketball poll, at No. 14th.

For more on colleges and the upcoming playoffs, see today's college notes column.

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