October 16, 2018

South Atlantic Week in Review- Week 7

By D3soccer.com Contributor

The Game of the Week in the South Atlantic this week belonged to two ODAC powerhouses - one an established behemoth and one a fresh face ready to prove their place at the top of the ODAC table. In the end, both found themselves looking up in the standings at two new leaders in the conference. We also have a tale of two undefeated teams - one has slowly moved its way into the top 15 and one can’t seem to impress the voters despite doing nothing but winning. Both feel “Dangerfield-esque” - they don’t get no respect.

TCNJ (10-1-0 / 6-0-0) No. 9

The Lions traveled to the Stockton Ospreys (10-3-3 / 4-2-1) Wednesday night for a New Jersey Athletic Conference contest and came away with a 3-0 victory. Freshman Amelia Curtis scored her first collegiate goal in the opening stanza and teammates Lauren McLaughlin and Taylor Nolan added second half scores. The Lions outshot the Ospreys 15-1 (8-1 SOG) and led in corners 6-4. The physical play resulted in 33 fouls being called between the two teams.

The Lions’ match scheduled for Saturday afternoon at New Jersey City (4-8-0 / 0-6-0) was postponed due to inclement weather and field conditions at the Gothic Knights’ home field.

The Lions host two games this week, the first a non-conference matchup with the Stevens Ducks (10-2-0 / 6-0-0) Wednesday night before welcoming the Montclair State Red Hawks (9-3-3 / 4-2-1) Saturday evening for NJAC play.

Centre (15-0-0 / 6-0-0) No. 12

Five different Colonels scored Friday night in their 5-0 Southern Athletic Association defeat of Millsaps (2-11-2 / 0-6-0). The Colonels outranked the Majors in shots at 34-0 (24-0 SOG)...

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South Atlantic Weeki in Review


The weekly South Atlantic Week in Review will survey the Division III women's soccer landscape throughout the NCAA South Atlantic Region consisting of twelve  states.  The primary ones are Virginia (ODAC), New Jersey (NJAC), North Carolina (USAC) and Georgia (Various).  The remaining states are home to three or fewer South-Atlantic schools with conference ties elsewhere: Arkansas, Alabama, D.C., Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Pennsylvania and Tennessee.  We will look at some of the key match-ups, results, and standout performances, identifying who is trending up and who is trending down each week.

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