Conference Tournament Action

Nov. 11 & 13: Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament -- No. 3 North Carolina Tar Heels, Virginia Cavaliers, No. 24 Duke Blue Devils, No. 13 Boston College Eagles

Nov. 11 & 13: Big East Conference Tournament -- No. 14 Louisville Cardinals, No. 5 Connecticut Huskies, Villanova Wildcats, No. 21 St. John's Red Storm

Nov. 11 & 13: Missouri Valley Conference Tournament -- No. 2 Creighton Bluejays, No. 22 Bradley Braves, Missouri State Bears, Drake Bulldogs

Nov. 11 & 13: Conference USA Tournament -- No. 17 UAB Blazers, No. 23 South Carolina Gamecocks, Central Florida Knights, SMU Mustangs

Watch Them Now
Bennett
CCU

9 Ashton Bennett
Coastal Carolina (Division I)
Junior
Forward

Key Notes: After playing his first two seasons at Cincinnati State Techincal College, Bennett leads the nation in scoring (1.17 goals per game) and points (2.67 per game) to help the 12th-ranked Chanticleers to a 16-2-0 record. He finished the regular season tied for the most single-season goals (21) in Coastal Carolina history. Bennett was named this week to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week for the second time this season. 

Other Players to Watch
Division I: Mark Sherrod, Memphis (So., F); Will Bates, Virginia (Jr., F); Luis Silva, UC Santa Barbara (Sr., MF); Brian Holt, Creighton (Sr., GK); Andre Blake, Maryland (Fr. GK); Christopher Tweed-Kent, Duke (Sr., MF); Scott Caldwell, Akron (Jr. MF).

Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: Villanova looks to continue its Cinderella run in the Big East tournament when it faces St. John's on Friday. The Wildcats upset the Red Storm 3-1 on Oct. 19 and may need to win the tournament to solidify a spot in the NCAA tournament. Villanova beat Notre Dame and South Florida on the road to get to the semifinals.

• Division I: Creighton and Missouri State are both one win away from a rematch in the Missouri Valley Conference championship. The Bluejays have not lost a game since falling to the Bears on Oct. 12.

• Division I: No. 1 New Mexico remains the only unbeaten team in country after sweeping through its MPSF schedule. The Lobos have their last chance this weekend to show that they are worthy of a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tourament.