Top Matchups
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Oct. 27 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 7 Wake Forest Demon Deacons at No. 21 Boston College Eagles (DI) 

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Oct. 27 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 6 Saint Leo Lions at No. 24 Tampa Spartans (DII)

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Oct. 28 -- 5 p.m. ET: No. 3 Pepperdine Waves at No. 10 Santa Clara Broncos (DI)

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Oct. 28 -- 10 p.m. ET: No. 1 Stanford Cardinal at No. 19 Oregon State Beavers (DI)

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Oct. 30 -- 2:30 p.m. ET: No. 18 Case Western Reserve Spartans at No. 17 Washington (Mo.) Bears (DIII)

Watch Them Now
Weinberg
DU

16 Laura Weinberg
Duke (Division I)
Sophomore
Forward

Key Notes: Weinberg was named the NSCAA National Player of the Week and to the Soccer America Team of the Week. She helped lead sixth-ranked Duke to victories against then-No. 3 Wake Forest and then-15th-ranked Maryland. At Wake Forest, Weinberg notched two second-half goals and snapped Demon Deacon goalkeeper Aubrey Bledsoe’s scoreless streak at 515:46, which was the second-longest streak in school history. The Blue Devils now own a school-record seven ACC wins on the season and are in sole possession of first place. 

Other Players to Watch
Division I: Kat Donovan, South Dakota State (Sr., GK); Kayla Grimsley, South Carolina (Sr., F); Kate Howarth, Miami (Jr., F).

Division II: Breeanna Robinson, California (Pa.) (Sr., F); Megan Anderson, St. Edward's (Fr., MF/F). 

Division III: Valerie Wesley, Elmhurstt (Sr., F); Ellery Gould, Bowdoin (Sr., F); Sarah McCaffrey, Wheelock (Jr., MF/GK).

Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: Miami (Fla.) junior Kate Howarth added her fourth national honor for her performance from Oct. 10 through Oct. 16, being named Soccer America Women’s Player of the Week. Howarth made two key assists in a 3-2 victory against then-fourth-ranked Boston College last Thursday, including the assist on Jordan Roseboro’s game-winning goal in the 75th minute. Her success continued in a victory against then-No. 10 Maryland on Sunday, scoring both goals in the 2-1 game.

• Division I: The Big 12 currently has the nation’s second scoring offense (Texas A&M, 3.39 goals per game) and the country’s second best defense (Oklahoma State, .270 goals allowed per game).

• Division II: Breeanna Robinson of California (Pa.) leads Division II with seven game-winning goals through 13 games this season. Overall, she ranks second on the team and 10th nationally with 12 goals and is also among the national leaders with 26 points. 

• Division III: Trinity (Texas) senior forward Abby Loar scored two goals in the Tigers' 3-0 shutout of Hendrix to break Trinity's career record for points scored.