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NCAA.com | October 31, 2013

Weekend Preview

SCHOOLWEEKEND GAMESLAST TIME OUTSLAP SHOTS

No. 1 Minnesota

  • Fri. and Sat. at Bemidji State
Beat Minnesota-Duluth 6-3 on Saturday.The Gophers have 39 assists on 25 goals.

No. 2 Wisconsin

  • Fri. and Sat. vs. Lindenwood
Beat St. Cloud St. 6-0 on Saturday.The Badgers are giving up an average of one goal per game.

No. 3 Cornell

  • Fri. vs. No. 5 Clarkson
  • Sat. vs. St. Lawrence
Beat Northeastern 3-0 on Sunday.Senior goaltender Lauren Slebodnick's next win will give her 54 in her career and move her into first on the Cornell all-time list.

No. 4 Boston College

  • Fri. at Syracuse
Beat Dartmouth 7-2 on Sunday.Emily Field's first goal on Sunday marked her 80th career point.

No. 5 Clarkson

  • Fri. at No. 3 Cornell
  • Sat. at Colgate
Tied then-unranked Mercyhurst 1-1 on Saturday.  Has a 12-2 edge in first-period goals this season.

No. 6 North Dakota

  • Fri. and Sat. vs. St. Cloud St.
Lost to then-unranked Ohio State 2-1 on Saturday.North Dakota's 4-1-1 record marks the best start through six games in program history.

No. 7 Harvard

  • Fri. vs. No. 9 Quinnipiac
  • Sat. vs. Princeton
Has yet to play a game this season.Harvard recorded a 13-1-1 mark at home last season.

No. 8 Mercyhurst

  • Fri. and Sat. vs. Maine
Tied No. 3 Clarkson 1-1 on Saturday.Team has given up three power-play goals on 41 chances (.073 percent) this season.

No. 9 Quinnipiac

  • Fri. at No. 7 Harvard
  • Sat. at Dartmouth
Beat Maine 5-2 on Saturday.Senior Kelly Babstock now has 80 career goals.

No. 10 Ohio State

 

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Beat No. 5 North Dakota 2-1 on Saturday.The Buckeyes are outscoring their opponents 6-0 in the second period. 

 

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