In the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Top 15, the Falcons received 94 points, one more than a week ago.
In the USCHO Top 20, BG received 430 points, up from 419 a week ago.
BG was idle last weekend and will remain off until Jan. 3-4 when it faces Robert Morris in a nonleague series.
The teams play an outdoor game Saturday, Jan. 3 at noon at Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo and at RMU Sunday, Jan. 4 at 7 p.m.
The Falcons are 11-3-2 overall and 8-1-1 in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association.
Also from the WCHA, Minnesota State was ranked third and Michigan Tech was ranked fifth in both polls
RMU fell two spots to 19th in the USCHO voting after splitting an Atlantic Hockey series at Mercyhurst.
The Colonials, 11-2-3 overall, were 3-0 losers Sunday in Game 2 of the series.