Top Matchups (All times ET)
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Sept. 9 -- 7 p.m.: No.11 Boston University Terriers at No. 10 Boston College Eagles

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Sept. 10 -- 1 p.m.: No. 2 Shippensburg Raiders at No.9 Millersville Marauders

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Sept. 10 -- 2 p.m.: No. 2 Old Dominion Lady Monarchs at No. 5 Syracuse Orange

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Sept. 11 -- 2 p.m.: No. 3 Ursinus Bears at No. 11 SUNY Cortland Red Dragons

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Kolojejchick

Kelsey Kolojejchick
North Carolina (Division I)
Junior
Midfielder

Key Notes: Kelsey Kolojejchick is off to a fast start in 2011. Kolojejchick has scored four goals in only three games this season to rack up a total of eight points. On Sept. 2nd, No. 5 Syracuse led North Carolina by two goals at halftime, Kolojejchick scored a goal in the second half and delivered the game-winning goal in overtime to help the Tar Heels win 3-2.

Other Players to Watch this Weekend:
Division I:
Old Dominion's Emma Batten (Senior, Forward), Syracuse's Martina Loncarica (Senior, Midfielder), North Carolina's Caitlin Van Sickle (Junior, Back)

Division II: Shippensburg's Bree White (Sophomore, Forward), Bloomsburg Lindsay Danz (Senior, Forward), Shippensburg's Kristina Taylor (Senior, Forward)

Division III: Bowdoin's Cathleen (Junior, Forward), Messiah's Kourtney Ehly (Senior, Forward), Lebanon Valley's Jocelyn Novak (Junior, Forward)

Keep Your Eyes on This

• Top-ranked North Carolina travels to Delaware on Friday in its first matchup since taking the No. 1 ranking in Division I. The Blue Hens are 0-5 all-time against the Tar Heels.

• Old Dominion has defeated four top-10 teams this season. The Lady Monarchs have defeated then-No. 1 Maryland, then-No. 3 Virginia, then-No. 8 Penn State and then-No. 10 American.

• Shippensburg has scored 19 goals in their first three games this season, including a program record 12 goals against Southern Connecticut State. Sophomore Bre White has scored six of the Raiders’ 19 goals

• Salisbury started off the season strong and picked up their first two wins to capture the Colonel Classic.