Top Matchups

Sept. 24 -- 7:30 p.m. ET: No. 12 St. John's Red Storm at No. 2 Connecticut Huskies (DI)


Sept. 24 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 5 Louisville Cardinals at No. 17 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (DI)


Sept. 24 -- 7:30 p.m. ET: No. 5 Barry Buccaneers at No. 2 Rollins Tars (DII)


Sept. 25 -- 3:30 p.m. ET: No. 4 Washington-St. Louis Bears at No. 15 Domincan (Ill.) Stars (DIII)


Sept. 27 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 14 Charlotte 49ers at No. 1 Maryland Terrapins (DI)

Watch Them Now

10 Mark Anderson
Barry (Division II)

Key Notes: Through six games, the Durham, England native leads Division II with 11 goals to help Barry to a 6-0-0 start and a top-5 ranking for the first time this season. Anderson, who scored 11 goals combined in 2010, has attempted 53 shots. Anderson was named last week's Sunshine State Conference's offensive player of the week for his three goals including a late, game-tieing score against Nova Southeastern.

Other Players to Watch
Division I:
Duke's Andrew Wenger (Jr., MF/D); Boston College's Amit Aburmad (Sr., MF/F).

Division II: Saint Leo's Aaron Gendreau (So., F); Northern Kentucky's Sanjit Kang (Fr., GK).

Division III: Gustavus Adolphus' Mark Adams (Sr., F); Washington-St. Louis' Jonathan Jebson (So. GK).


Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: Prior to its 0-0 tie against unranked Seton Hall last week, No. 1 Maryland had scored at least two goals in every game thus far. The Terrapins, who lead the nation with 23 goals, look to get their offense back to normal on Tuesday against No. 14 Charlotte, which recently defeated two ACC squads in Virginia and Clemson.

Division II: No. 2 Rollins has allowed only one goal this season with Keneil Baker in net and a back line of Matt Bauchle, Ryan Maleknia and Evan Greenbaum shutting out four of their five opponents. Their biggest challenge of the season thus far comes on Saturday when the Tars take on No. 5 Barry and its high-scoring attack featuring forward Mark Anderson

Division III: New No. 1 St. Lawrence will be on upset alert when it hits the road for the first time this season when they take on Ithaca on Saturday. The game comes less than 24 hours after the Saints finish up its conference opener at home against Skidmore.