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NCAA.com | October 10, 2013

Weekend preview

SCHOOL WEEKEND GAMES LAST TIME OUT QUICK STROKES

No. 1 Shippensburg

  • Sat. vs. No. 2 Millersville
Beat No. 3 West Chester 2-1 on Wednesday. Has defeated two-time defending national champion West Chester twice this season.

No. 2 Millersville

  • Sat. at No. 1 Shippensburg
  • Sun. vs. Newberry

 

Beat Mercyhurst 4-0 on Wednesday Set school record for most wins to start a season and consecutive wins on Wednesday.

No. 3 West Chester

  • Sun. at Ursinus

 

Lost 2-1 to No. 1 Shippensburg on Wednesday. The winner of Sunday's game will get the Eleanor Snell Cup. The Golden Rams have won the cup the past two years.

No. 4 Stonehill

  • Sat. vs. Adelphi
Beat Saint Anselm 4-3 on Saturday. Five of its school-best 11 wins to start this season have been of the comeback variety.

No. 5 C.W. Post

  • Sat. at No. T9 Bentley

 

Beat Southern Connecticut State 5-1 on Wednseday. The Pioneers are holding their opponents to fewer than a goal per game (.90 goals-against average).

No. 6 Bloomsburg

  • Sat. vs. Kutztown

 

Beat No. 7 East Stroudsburg 2-1 on Wednesday. The Huskies are outscoring their opponents 11-2 in the first half of games.

No. 7 East Stroudsbug

  • Sat. vs. Mansfield
Lost 2-1 to No. 6 Bloomsburg on Wednesday. Entering play on Wednesday, Ally Roth ranked fourth in the nation in points per game (2.6) and fifth in goals per game (1.1).

No. 8 Limestone

  • Fri. at Lindenwood
Beat Bellarmine 2-0 on Wednesday. Rachel Goromonzi has a team-high 13 goals and entered the week third in the nation in goals-per-game average.

No. T9 Merrimack

  • Fri. vs. Southern Connecticut State

 

Beat No. T9 Bentley 3-0 on Wednesday. Candace Waldie had two goals and an assist as the Warriors defeated the Owls earlier this year.

No. T9 Bentley

 

  • Sat. vs. No. 5 C.W. Post

 

Lost to No. T9 Merrimack 3-0 on Wednesday. Each of its seven wins have been shutouts. The Falcons have given up 14 goals in their four losses. 

 

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