Top Matchups
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Sept. 16 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 16 New Mexico Lobos at No. 4 Akron Zips (DI)

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Sept. 16 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 2 Rollins Tars at No. 16 Saint Leo Lions (DII)

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Sept. 17 -- 1 p.m. ET: No. 3 Ohio Northern Polar Bears at Transylvania Pioneers (DIII)

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Sept. 18 -- 1 p.m. ET: No. 5 UC Irvine Anteaters at No. 17 South Florida Bulls (DI)

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Sept. 20 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 2 Connecticut Huskies at No. 11 Boston College Eagles (DI)

Watch Them Now
Brown
CU

25 Jake Brown
Creighton (Division I)
Junior
Defender

Key Notes: After transferring from Saint Louis, Brown started his first two games as a Bluejay last week and earned Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors for helping Creighton finish out wins against Fordham and DePaul. With Brown on the backline, the Bluejays did not allow a goal in their first five games of the season.

Other Players to Watch
Division I:
Akron's Scott Caldwell (Jr., MF); Central Florida's McKauly Tulloch (So., F).

Division II: Northern Kentucky's Mohammad Salhieh (So., F); Southern New Hampshire's Joey Kapinos (Sr., GK).

Division III: Ohio Northern's Cory Dobkins (Sr., MF); Trinity's Josh Adams (Sr. MF).

 

Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: UC Irvine is up to No. 5 in the rankings as it has received surprise performances from senior Christian Hernandez and sophomore Enrique Cardenas, who were primarily reserves in 2010. Each has scored five goals so far this fall, tying for fourth in the nation.

Division II: No. 1 Northern Kentucky has the best offense in the country this season by averaging more than five goals a game, yet it has no players among the top 30 scorers. The Norse have shared the wealth, with 12 different players scoring goals through four games.

Division III: For the third consecutive week, there is a new No. 1 team in the nation as Christopher Newport took over the top spot. The Captains reached the top spot for the third consecutive year and will look to hold on to it over the weekend in road games against Oneonta State and Vassar.