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NCAA.com | October 11, 2013

Weekend preview

SCHOOL WEEKEND GAMES LAST TIME OUT QUICK STROKES

No. 1 Franklin & Marshall

  • Fri. at Muhlenburg
Lost 5-1 to Messiah on Wednesday The Diplomats have blanked their opponents six times this season.

No. 2 Montclair State

  • Fri. vs. No. 8 TCNJ

 

Beat FDU-Florham 4-0 on Tuesday Jennifer Tafro became the second Red Hawk to record 40 goals and 100 points in a career.

No. 3 Bowdoin

  • Sat. vs. Hamilton
  • Sun. vs. Williams

 

Beat Husson 6-0 on Tuesday The Polar Bears fired 48 shots (37 on goal) against Husson on Tuesday.

No. 4 William Smith

  • Fri. at Rochester (N.Y.)
Beat Union (N.Y.) 4-1 on Saturday Alessandra Patrizio scored a pair of goals, including the game winner, against Union and was named conference freshman of the week.

No. 5 Tufts

  • Sat. vs. Connecticut College

 

Beat New England 7-1 on Thursday The Jumbos are 6-0 at home this season and their last home loss came to Connecticut College in 2011.

No. 6 Middlebury

  • Sat vs. Trinity (Conn.)
  • Sun. vs. Hamilton

 

Beat MIT 5-0 on Sunday Entering this week, Catherine Fowler (11 goals, eight assists) was ranked 15th in the nation in points per game.

No. 7 Salisbury

  • Sun. vs. Frostburg State
Beat York (Pa.) 8-1 on Wednesday The Sea Gulls .5 goals-allowed-per-game average is best in the nation.

No. 8 TCNJ

  • Fri. at No. 2 Montclair State
Beat Eastern 3-1 on Tuesday After losing their season opener, the Lions have won 10 in a row and outscored their opponents by 33 goals in that time.

No. 9 Mary Washington

  • IDLE

 

Beat Johns Hopkins 3-1 on Wednesday The Eagles have won their past 17 regular-season games.

No. 10 Amherst

 

  • Sat. at Colby

 

Beat Hamilton 8-0 on Saturday After starting the season with a pair of overtime losses, the Jeffs have won seven in a row.

 

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