NCAA.com | October 24, 2013

Weekend Preview

SCHOOL WEEKEND GAMES LAST TIME OUT QUICK STROKES

No. 1 Shippensburg

  • IDLE
Beat Slippery Rock 4-2 on Wednesday. The Red Raiders have given up the third fewest number of goals this season (16).

No. 2 Millersville

  • Sat. at No. 6 Bloomsburg
Beat No. 8 East Stroudsburg 3-1 on Wednesday. The Marauders have given up nine goals this season -- the least in the nation.

No. T3 LIU Post

  • Sat. vs. Saint Anselm
Beat Mercy 8-0 on Wednesday. In the past five games, the Pioneers have given up a total of two goals.

No. T3 Stonehill

  • Sun. vs. Dowling
Beat Franklin Pierce 6-1 on Wednesday. Erika Kelly's 30 goals this season are a program record.

No. 5 West Chester

  • Sat. at Mansfield
Beat Kutztown 4-0 on Wednesday. After not registering a shutout in its first dozen games, the Rams have shut out consecutive opponents.

No. 6 Bloomsburg

  • Sat. vs. No. 2 Millersville
  • Sun. vs. No. 7 Limestone
Beat Seton Hill 3-1 on Wednesday. The Huskies have scored three goals in each of their past three wins.

No. 7 Limestone

  • Sun. at No. 6 Bloomsburg
Beat Virginia Wesleyan 8-0 on Sunday. One-goal games haven't been kind to the Saints, who are 1-2 in such games, and have lost the past two.

No. 8 East Stroudsburg

  • Sat. at Indiana (Pa.)
Lost 3-1 to No. 2 Millersville on Wednesday. Ally Roth's 18 goals are twice as many as ESU's second-leading scorer, Gabrielle Seibert.

No. 9 Merrimack

  • Sat. at American International
Beat Saint Michael's 4-0 on Wednesday. The Warriors have won five consecutive games and has outscored opponents 18-2 during that time.

No. 10 Bentley

 

  • Sat. at Southern Connecticut State

 

Lost 3-1 to Saint Anselm on Wednesday. Goalkeeper Katie Kelly has a 1.50 goals-against average this season.

 

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