Old Dominion Athletics
NO. 6 OLD DOMINION 6, SETON HALL 0  |  NO. 6 OLD DOMINION 3, WINTHROP 2 
Forward Tim Hopkinson helped the Monarchs to two weekend wins, tallying a total of four goals and four assists combined. In the first matchup against Seton Hall, No. 6 Old Dominion remained scoreless in the first half, but Hopkinson had a lot to do with the momentum shift netting half of the teams six goals to finish strong. Against Winthrop, he dropped in one of the Monarch's three goals, along with two assists, and went on to earn the tournament MVP honor for the Stihl Soccer Classic.
 
UCLA Athletics
NO. 14 UCLA 1, TULSA 0  |  NO. 14 UCLA 2, NO. 11 UC IRVINE 1 
Max Estrada, who joined the fourteenth-ranked Bruins squad this season after two years at Hartnell College, kicked his game in gear this weekend with two goals. In UCLA's ranked win against UC Irvine, his late tally in the 87th minute of the game turned out to be the game-winning goal to give the Bruins the 2-1 edge.
 
Connecticut Athletics
NO. 4 UCONN 1, NO. 21 WASHINGTON 0 (OT)  |  NO. 4 UCONN 1, BOSTON U 1 (20T)  
Senior defender Max Wasserman has proven that he can handle the pressure when the game lies in his hands, or better yet his feet. For the third time in two seasons, he scored the game-winning goal with a free kick that helped Connecticut one-up No. 21 Washington in overtime. His other two game-winning free kicks came in 2011 against Michigan State and SMU.