Top Matchups (All times ET)

Oct.  28-29: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Tournament (DII)

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Oct. 29 -- 1 p.m.: No.4 TCNJ Lions at Cortland State Dragons (DIII)

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Oct. 30 -- noon: No. 9 Stanford Cardinal @ No. 7 Michigan Wolverines (DI)

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Oct. 30 -- 1 p.m.: No. 2 North Carolina Tar Heels at No. 1 Old Dominion Lady Monarchs (DI)

Watch Them Now
Egusquiza

Virginia Egusquiza
Rider (Division I)
Senior
Forward

Key Notes: Egusquiza has been an offensive machine for the Broncs. In 17 games, she has scored 16 goals and added 15 assists for a total of 47 points (2.80 ppg, No. 5 in the nation). On Oct. 6, Egusquiza scored three goals and added two assists against Lehigh en route to a 6-1 victory. Egusquiza has helped the Broncs to a 16-1 record, including a current 12-game winning streak.

Other Players to Watch this Weekend:
Division I:
Kim Scraper, Iowa (Sophomore, Forward); Kelsey Amy, Penn State (Junior, Forward); Chelsea Armstrong, Northwestern (Junior, Midfielder).

Division II: Rachel Walz, Bellarmine (Junior, Forward); Carlee Dragon, C.W. Post (Senior, Forward); Kristina Taylor, Shippensburg (Senior, Forward).

Division III: Alison Bloodsworth, Salisbury (Senior, Forward); Kourtney Ehly, Messiah (Senior, Forward); Olivia Triano, Kean (Senior, Forward).

Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: Wake Forest is currently on a six-game winning streak. During that span, the Demon Deacons have only allowed four goals and entered the latest coaches poll at No. 19.

Division II: No. 7 C.W. Post opened the PSAC tournament with a 2-1 overtime victory against No. 3 West Chester on Tuesday, and will face No. 2 Shippensburg on Friday.

Division III: Lauren Greer has been a offensive juggernaut for Middlebury. Greer has scored 28 points and added 16 assists as she leads the nation in goals and points per a game.