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NCAA.com | October 31, 2013

DI Weekend Preivew

SCHOOLWEEKEND GAMESLAST TIME OUTQUICK STROKES

No. 1 Maryland

  • Sat. at No. 7 Duke
Beat Georgetown 9-0 on Sunday.Natalie Hunter started the week ranked sixth nationally in goals-against average at 1.10.

No. 2 Syracuse

  • Sat. vs. No. 3 North Carolina
Beat Cornell 3-2 in overtime on Sunday.The Orange have won their past 44 home games.

No. 3 North Carolina

  • Sat. at No. 2 Syracuse
Lost 3-2 in overtime to Old Dominion on Sunday.After Sunday's loss in overtime, the Tar Heels are now 0-3 in games that have gone to extra time this season.

No. 4 Virginia

  • IDLE
Lost 4-1 to Maryland on Friday.Elly Buckley finished her season with 20 goals to lead the Cavaliers.

No. 5 Old Dominion

  • Fri. at Rutgers
Beat then-No. 2 North Carolina 3-2 in overtime on Sunday. In the Monarchs' 10-game winning streak, they have beaten teams ranked first (Maryland), second (UNC) and fourth (UConn) in the nation.

No. 6 Penn State

  • Fri. at Michigan
Beat UC Davis 5-0 on Saturday.If Penn State can win Friday, it will have the first undefeated Big Ten season since Michigan State did it in 2009.

No. 7 Duke

  • Sat. vs. No. 1 Maryland
Beat Boston University 3-1 on Sunday.Keeper Lauren Blazing is five saves away from having 100 on the season.

No. 8 Connecticut

  • Sat. vs. Temple
  • Sun. at Yale
Lost 2-1 to then-No. 2 North Carolina on Saturday.In the past three games, goalkeeper Sarah Mansfield has allowed 11 goals, In the first 14 games of the season, she allowed 15 goals.

No. 9 Princeton

  • Sat. vs. Cornell
  • Sun. vs. Rider
Beat then-No. 15 Albany 5-3 on Sunday.The Tigers have outshot their opponents 268-111 this season.

No. 10 Boston College

 

  • Sat. at Wake Forest

 

Lost 2-1 to then-No. 8 Duke on Saturday.The Eagles have yet to win an ACC game on the road this season (0-2).

 

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