Conference Tournament Action

Nov. 2 & 5: New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament -- No. 6 Montclair State Red  @ No. 4 TCNJ Lions (DIII) 

Nov. 3, 4 & 6: Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament -- No. 1 North Carolina Tar Heels, No. 3 Maryland Terrapins, No. 8 Duke Blue Devils, No. 19 Wake Forest Deamon Deacons (DI)

Nov. 4 & 6: Big East Conference Tournament -- No. 4 Connecticut Huskies, No. 5 Syrcause (DI)

Nov. 5: NCAA Tournament -- No. 3 West Chester Golden Rams @ No. 2 Shippensburg Raiders, No. 3 American International Yellow Jackets @ No. 2 UMass-Lowell River Hawks (DII)

Watch Them Now

Whitney Frates
New Hampshire (Division I)

Key Notes: Frates has been a scoring force for the Wildcats. In 18 games, she has scored 22 goals and has 15 assists to tally a total of 54 points (3.00 ppg, second in the nation). On Oct. 8, Frates scored three goals and added an assist to lift the Wildcats past then-No. 7 Stanford 6-3. Frates has helped New Hampshire to a 15-4 mark to finish the regular season, fourth-highest single-season win total in program history.

Other Players to Watch this Weekend:
Division I:
Emma Batten, Old Dominion (Senior, Forward), Kelsey Amy, Penn State (Junior, Forward), Caitlin Van Sickle, North Carolina (Junior, Back).

Division II: Rachel McCarthy, UMass-Lowell (Sophomore, Forward); Michele Schrift, West Chester (Junior, Midfielder); Kristina Taylor, Shippensburg (Senior, Forward).

Division III: Alison Bloodsworth, Salisbury (Senior, Forward); Rachael Dix, Rowan (Senior, Forward), Lauren Greer, Middlebury (Junior, Forward).

Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: No. 6 Stanford is currently on a six-game winning streak. During that streak the Cardinal have only allowed two goals. Stanford is looking to capture its fifth consecutive NorPac title.

Division II: No. 3 American International will be in the NCAA tournament for the second time in program history. The Yellow Jackets only other time in the tournament was last year with a quarterfinal appearance.

Division III: No. 10 Catholic has won 12 consecutive games. The Cardinals have advanced to the Landmark Conference championship for the fourth time in five years. They defeated four-time defending champs Juniata in the semifinals.