Top Matchups (All times ET)

Sept. 23 -- 4 p.m.: No. 18 William Smith Herons at No. 5 Skidmore Thoroughbreds (DIII)


Sept. 24 -- 1 p.m.: No. 10 Duke Blue Devils at No. 2 North Carolina Tar Heels (DI)


Sept. 24 -- 1 p.m.: No. 1 Bloomsburg Huskies at East Stroudsburg Warriors (DII)


Sept. 25 -- 2 p.m.: No. 7 New Hampshire Wildcats at No. 19 Louisville Cardinals (DI)

Watch Them Now

Emma Batten
Old Dominion (Division I)

Key Notes: Batten has been a force this year for the Lady Monarchs. She has 10 goals and three assists this season. Batten has already been named CAA player of the week twice this year. On Sept. 2nd, Batten scored three goals to help the Lady Monarchs defeat then-No. 1 Maryland. Batten has led Old Dominion to an 8-0 record.

Other Players to Watch this Weekend:
Division I:
Maryland's Megan Frazer (Junior, Forward), Connecticut's Jestine Angelini (Senior, Back), North Carolina's Kelsey Kolojejchick (Junior, Midfielder).

Division II: UMass-Lowell's Melissa Effertz (Sophomore, Forward), C.W. Post's Carlee Dragon (Senior, Forward), Shippensburg's Kristina Taylor (Senior, Forward).

Division III: Ursinus's Corinne Freeman (Senior, Forward) Messiah's Kourtney Ehly (Senior, Forward), Salisbury's Alison Bloodsworth (Senior, Forward).

Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: New Hampshire is off to an amazing start. The Wildcats are 8-0 and have now claimed the seventh spot in the latest NFHCA rankings.

Division II: Forward Carlee Dragon has scored seven goals in only six games for C.W. Post. Dragon's play has helped the Pioneers get off to a 4-2 start.

Division III: No .1 Salisbury scored three goals in the first half to defeat No. 3 Messiah 3-1 on Wednesday and win its first game as the nation's top-ranked team.