Top Matchups

Oct. 27 -- 10 p.m. ET:  No. 1 Simon Fraser Clan at No. 15 Seattle Pacific Falcons (DII)


Oct. 28 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 1 Maryland Terrapins at Clemson Tigers (DI)


Oct. 29 -- 4:30 p.m. ET: No. 2 Messiah Falcons at Elizabethtown Blue Jays (DIII)


Oct. 30 -- 7:30 p.m. ET: No. 4 Trinity (Texas) Tigers at Dallas Crusaders (DIII)


Nov. 2 -- 7 p.m. ET: No. 4 North Carolina Tar Heels at No. 13 Boston College Eagles  (DI)

Watch Them Now

4 Yannick Smith
Old Dominion (Division I)

Key Notes: The nation's leader in goals per game, Smith has led Old Dominion's high-flying offense into the NSCAA top 10 for the first time this season where it currently sits at No. 8. The Monarchs lead the nation in scoring offense, averaging three goals a game. Riding a seven-game win streak Smith looks to help the Monarchs clinch a Colonioal Athletics Conference regular season championship this weekend against Northeastern.

Other Players to Watch
Division I:
Devon Sandoval, New Mexico (Jr., F); David Meves, Akron (Jr., GK).

Division II: Tyler Schultz, Seattle-Pacific (Sr., MF); Chris Dwyer, Midwestern State (Sr., MF/F).

Division III: Josh Adams, Trinity (Texas) (Sr., F); Jake Berry, Messiah (Jr. GK).


Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: With most teams having two conference games remaining, the fight for the top seed in the ACC tournament is heating up as the top six teams are all separated by four points or less. No. 1 Maryland is atop the standings with 13 points, leading Wake Forest by one and No. 4 North Carolina by two.

Division II: Top-ranked Simon Fraser's biggest remaining regular season challenge may be on Thursday when the Clan take on No. 15 Seattle Pacific. If the Falcons have any intentions on trying to win the Great Northwest Athletic regular season title, a win against Simon Fraser is a must. Expect a defensive showdown as both teams are allowing less than one goal a game.

Division III: No. 5 Amherst's loss on Wednesday to Connecticut College means there are now six remaining unbeatens entering Friday's games. Top-ranked St. Lawrence continues to be the only team in the nation to win all of its games. Other teams that have yet to drop a contest this year are No. 2 Messiah, No. 3 Christopher Newport, No. 4 Trinity (Texas), No. 9 Wesleyan (Conn.) and No. 13 North Park (Ill.).