Top Matchups (All times ET)
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Sept. 16 -- 6 p.m.: No. 2 Old Dominion Lady Monarchs at No. 1 North Carolina Tar Heels (DI)

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Sept. 16 -- 6 p.m.: No. 17 Juniata Eagles at No.1 Messiah Falcons (DIII)

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Sept. 17 -- 1 p.m.: No. 10 East Stroudsburg Warriors at No. 4 Shippensburg Raiders (DII)

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Sept. 18 -- 2 p.m.: No. 8 Boston College Eagles at No. 4 Connecticut Huskies (DI)

Watch Them Now
Triano

Olivia Triano
Kean (Division III)
Senior
Midfielder/Forward

Key Notes: Olivia Triano is off to a fast start in 2011. Triano has scored nine goals and has three assists to rack up a total of 21 points over the first five games this season. On Sept. 11, Triano scored four goals against Thomas including three goals in the first half to lead Kean to an 8-0 victory.

Other Players to Watch this Weekend:
Division I:
Old Dominion's Emma Batten (Senior, Forward), Syracuse's Martina Loncarica (Senior, Midfielder), North Carolina's Kelsey Kolojejchick (Junior, Midfielder).

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

Division III: UMass-Lowell's Melissa Effertz (Sophomore, Forward) Messiah's Kourtney Ehly (Senior, Forward), Lebanon Valley's Jocelyn Novak (Junior, Forward).

Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: North Carolina played their first two games as the top-ranked team and the Tar Heels looked impressive by scoring 14 goals over that span.

Division II: Merrimack has started the season with a 4-1 record, with two of those wins coming against top-ten teams. The Warriors have now claimed the eighth spot in the latest NFHCA rankings.

Division III: Goucher goal keeper Micki Manheimer has led the Gophers to a 3-1 record this season. The senior has racked up three shut outs and a goals against average (GAA) of 1.46.