Top Matchups
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Oct. 6 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 4 Duke Blue Devils at No. 7 Boston College Eagles (DI)

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Oct. 8 -- 2 p.m. ET: No. 3 California (Pa.) Vulcans at No. 16 Kutztown Golden Bears (DII)

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Oct. 8 -- 5 p.m. ET: No. 24 Arcadia Knights at No. 1 Messiah Falcons (DIII)

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Oct. 8 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 5 Wake Forest Demon Deacons at No. 17 Maryland Terrapins (DI)

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Oct. 9 -- 4 p.m. ET: No. 3 UCLA Bruins at No. 1 Stanford Cardinal (DI)

Watch Them Now
Migliori
TCNJ

15 Nikki Migliori
The College of New Jersey (Division III)
Senior
Defender

Key Notes: Migliori earned her third consecutive NJAC Defensive Player of the Week honor after helping the Lions to extend their shutout streak to seven consecutive matches without allowing a goal.  She helped to limit Rutgers-Camden to two shots while also netting a goal in the 4-0 win this past week. She also assisted in preventing Rutgers-Newark from getting a single shot off during a 5-0 NJAC win. Migliori is part of TCNJ's defense that currently leads the conference in team goals against average at 0.25.

Other Players to Watch
Division I: Wake Forest's Katie Stengel (So., F); Long Beach State's Nadia Link (Jr., F); La Salle's Melissa Sanger (Sr., GK); Oklahoma State's Adrianna Franch (Jr., GK).

Division II: Saint Leo's Cassie Barbaresi (Sr., MF); Grand Valley State's Ashley Botts (Jr., F); Rollins' Michelle Dillingham (Sr. GK).  

Division III: Hardin-Simmons' Katie Kuykendall (Jr., MF/F); Messiah's Erin Hench (Sr., F); Williams' Hannah Van Wetter (Fr., GK).  

Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: La Salle's Melissa Sanger has not allowed a goal in the team's 11 games. She now sits at sixth on the all-time list for longest shutout streak for a goalie in DI history.

• Division I: Oklahoma State continues to be perfect on the season. The Cowgirls are off to the best start in program history at 14-0. They have outscored their opposition 37-4. 

Division II: After a week out of the NSCAA's top 25, Edinboro jumped back in at No. 19. At 9-2-0 on the season overall, the Fighting Scots have established the best start in program history. Edinboro has won its last four matches.

Division II: No. 10 Rollins has yet to allow a goal on the season and stands as the only team in Division II that is unscored upon. Senior goalkeeper Michelle Dillingham, credited with 10 shutouts, has been a major contributing factor for the Tars.

• Division III: William Smith, currently ranked second in the nation, tied the school record for consecutive shutouts to start a season with its nine clean sweeps of the year.