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NCAA.com | November 8, 2013

DII Weekend Preview

SCHOOLWEEKEND GAMESLAST TIME OUTQUICK HITS

No. 1 Young Harris

  • Fri. vs. Francis Marion
Beat North Georgia 4-0 on Tuesday.The Mountain Lions won their 14th consecutive game.

No. 2 Simon Fraser

  • Sat. vs. Western Washington
Beat Seattle Pacific 1-0 on Saturday.Simon Fraser won a double OT thriller on Saturday, earning the program's fourth consecutive GNAC title.

No. 3 Rollins

  • Fri. vs. Lynn
Lost 4-3 to Saint Leo on Saturday. The Tars suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday.

No. 4 Notre Dame (Ohio)

  • Thurs. vs. Wheeling Jesuit
Beat Urbana 2-1 on Oct. 29.The Falcons finished up their regular season home slate undefeated.

No. 5 Post

  • Sat. vs. Philadelphia
Tied Wilmington (Del.) 1-1 on Wednesdasy.Post advanced to the CACC championship game thanks to a shootout win.

No. 6 Lindenwood

  • IDLE
Lost 3-1 to Oakland City on Wednesday. Lindenwood leads the nation in won-loss-tied percentage.

No. 7 Saint Leo

  • Fri. vs. Barry
  • Sun. vs. TBD
Beat Rollins 4-3 on Saturday.Saint Leo head coach Keith Fulk was named the league's coach of the year.

No. 8 Indianapolis

  • Fri. vs. Drury
Beat Bellarmine 1-0 on Sunday.Ngwese Ebangwese is the GLVC's leading goal scorer on the season.

No. 9 Midwestern State

  • IDLE
Beat Houston-Victoria (Texas) 3-0 on Sunday.Midwestern State extended its unbeaten streak to 12 matches with Sunday's win.

No. 10 Southern New Hampshire

  • Fri.  vs. Adelphi
Beat Saint Rose 5-0 on Tuesday.The Penman won their 16th consecutive game on Tuesday.

 

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