fieldhockey-d2 flag | October 31, 2013

DII Weekend Preview


No. 1 Shippensburg

  • Sat. at Seton Hill
Beat then-No. 8 East Stroudsburg 3-1 on Tuesday.Enterting this week, the Raiders were ranked third in the nation scoring margin at 2.98.

No. 2 Millersville

  • Sat. at Indiana (Pa.)
Beat Kutztown 2-0 on Tuesday.Millersville is making back-to-back postseason appearances for the first time since 1989 and '90.

No. 3 Stonehill

  • Sat. at No. 4 LIU Post
Lost 1-0 to No. 8 Merrimack on Tuesday.Erika Kelly's 31 goals is best in the nation.

No. 4 LIU-Post

  • Sat. at No. 3 Stonehill
Beat American International 8-1 on Tuesday.Carlee Dragon leads the nation with 73 points.

No. 5 West Chester

  • Sat. at Slippery Rock
Beat Mercyhurst 9-0 on Tuesday. Audree Bonavita has posted four consecutive shutouts for the Golden Rams.

No. 6 Bloomsburg

  • Sat. at No. 10 Mercyhurst
Beat Indiana (Pa.) 2-1 in overtime on Tuesday.The Huskies have given up a total of six first-half goals in  their

No. 7 Merrimack

  • IDLE
Beat No. 3 Stonehill 1-0 on Tuesday.Candace Waldie started the week ranked fifth in the nation in points per game (2.63).

No. 8 East Stroudsburg

  • Sat. at Kutztown
Lost to No. 1 Shippensburg 3-0 on Tuesday.A win against Kutztown would lock up the Warriors' first postseason berth since 2010, and only their second since 2003.

No. 9 Limestone

  • Sun. vs. Mansfield
Beat Newberry 6-0 on Wednesday.Fourteen different Saints have scored a goal this year.

No. 10 Mercuhurst


Sat. vs. No. 6 Bloomsburg
Lost 9-0 to No. 5 West Chester on Tuesday.A win against the Huskies would secure a spot in the six-team PSAC tournament.


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