| October 24, 2013

Weekend preview


No. 1 Montclair State

  • Sat. at Richard Stockton
Beat Scranton 3-2 on Wednesday. The Red Hawks have outshot their opponents 352-85 this season.

No. 2 Bowdoin

  • Sat. vs. Colby
Beat Connecticut College 4-0 on Saturday. During their nine-game winning streak, the Polar Bears have outscored opponents 54-5.

No. 3 Tufts

  • Sat. at Hamilton
Beat Williams 3-2 on Saturday. The Jumbos have a 21-6 edge in first-half goals this season.

No. 4 Middlebury

  • Sat. at Wesleyan
Beat Bates 4-2 on Saturday. Catherine Fowler has 43 points on 16 goals and 11 assists.

No. 5 Christopher Newport

  • Sat. vs. York (Pa.)
Beat Wilson 13-0 on Wednesday. Wednesday's 13 goals were the second-most in a game in program history.

No. 6 Franklin & Marshall

  • Sat. vs. Dickinson
Lost to then-unranked Ohio State 2-1 on Saturday. Goaltender Avery Koep has a .80 goals-against average this year.

No. 7 William Smith

  • Fri. at St. Lawrence
  • Sat. at Skidmore
Lost to No. 1 Montclair State on Saturday. Saturday's game will end a five-game road stretch for the Herons.

No. 8 Salisbury

  • IDLE
Beat St. Mary's (Md.) 3-0 on Wednesday. The Sea Gulls have shut out their opponents in three of their past four games.

No. 9 TCNJ

  • IDLE
Lost 4-3 to Ursinus on Thursday. Opponents have scored a combined nine goals in each against the Lions.

No. 10 Amherst


  • IDLE


Beat Smith 8-1 on Thursday. The Jeffs (11-2) have won 11 consecutive after opening the season 0-2 and have outscored opponents 55-10 in that span.


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