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Men's Sectional Previews: New England

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By Ryan Harmanis

NEW ENGLAND SECTIONAL

Amherst (Amherst, MA)

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Saturday/Sunday, Nov. 23-24

Third Round - Saturday, Nov. 23

Brandeis (16-4-1) vs. Williams (13-6-0), 5:00 pm CT

St. Lawrence (17-2-2) at Amherst (17-0-2), 7:30 pm CT

Quarterfinals - Sunday, Nov. 24

Sectional Final, 5:00 pm CT

How they reached the Sweet 16

Brandeis: Pool C at-large berth | 1st Rnd: W3-0 Johnson & Wales (H) | 2nd Rnd: W1-0 Roger Williams (H)

Williams: Pool C at-large berth | 1st Rnd: W4-0 Elms (H) | 2nd Rnd: W4-1 WNEC (H)

St. Lawrence: Liberty Automatic Berth (AQ) | 1st Rnd: W5-1 Thomas (H) | 2nd Rnd: W8-0 Wheaton (Mass) (H)

Amherst: NESCAC Automatic Berth (AQ) | 1st Rnd: W3-0 Bridgewater (H) | 2nd Rnd: W5-0 Gordon (H)

2013 Statistical Overview

Brandeis: 16-4-1 (.786) | 2.49 GSA, 0.89 GAA (+1.60) | Avg. D-III OWP: .585 | Last Ten: 6-3-1

Williams: 13-6-0 (.684) | 1.66 GSA, 0.93 GAA (+0.73) | Avg. D-III OWP: .598 | Last Ten: 6-4-0

St. Lawrence: 17-2-2 (.857) | 2.08 GSA, 0.37 GAA (+1.71) | Avg. D-III OWP: .583 | Last Ten: 9-1-0

Amherst: 17-0-2 (.947) | 2.38 GSA, 0.40 GAA (+1.98) | Avg. D-III OWP: .569 | Last Ten: 10-0-0

Brandeis Season Review

Brandeis began the season red-hot, posting seven straight wins that included a victory over tournament team MIT. After rising as high as sixth in the D3soccer.com rankings, the Judges received a rude awakening from Tufts in a 2-0 loss where Brandeis was (statistically, at least) thoroughly outplayed. Brandeis recovered to enter the UAA slate at 9-1, but the brutal nature of the conference took its toll. Perhaps as a testament to its difficult, Brandeis finished fifth in the UAA after losing to the top three teams (#10 Rochester, #11 Carnegie Mellon and Emory) in a nine-day stretch.

However, Brandeis peaked at the right time, posting four straight shutouts to end the season and continuing that defensive dominance by blanking Johnson and Wales (3-0) and Roger Williams (1-0) to open the NCAA tournament. This was a welcome tightening in the back, as the Judges had allowed 19 goals in their first 15 games. Brandeis boasts a relatively balanced attack led by junior Tyler Savonen (12g, 4a) and strongly supported out of the back by senior Ben Applefield (2g, 10a)

Williams Season Review

Williams entered 2013 in a strange position, returning seven starters from a Final Four team but also graduating three All-Americans. This suggested a wealth of talent but also a transition period as underclassmen moved from role players to impact players and team leaders. The result was consistent inconsistency, as the Ephs finished third in the NESCAC. Normally that’s high praise and an NCAA bid, but the NESCAC was down and Williams entered the conference tournament at 9-5 with work left to do. Impressive wins over Middlebury and on the road at Wesleyan sealed passage into the tournament despite a second 1-0 loss to Amherst in the final.

Despite its troubles getting there, Williams spent little time proving it belonged. The Ephs won emphatically over both Elms (4-0) and Western New England (4-1) and enter this weekend with one eye towards a third shot at Amherst. It seems as though leading scorer Matt Muralles (7g, 2a) is finding help at the right time, particularly from Jonathan Westling (5g, 1a) and Chris Conder. Coach Mike Russo struck gold by inserting the pair into the starting lineup, as three goals from Westling and four assists from Conder paced the Ephs’ attack last weekend.

St. Lawrence Season Review

St. Lawrence entered 2013 with high expectations but was humbled immediately in a 4-1 home loss to #4 Stevens. From there, it was a steady rise as the Saints went unbeaten in 13 games to climb as high as #14 in the d3soccer.com rankings. The team’s season-long offensive struggles finally caught up to it with a 1–0 loss to Skidmore, but once again St. Lawrence responded positively. The Saints have won six straight, including back-to-back demolition jobs of Thomas (5-1) and Wheaton (Mass.) 8-0 last weekend. Last Sunday was particularly impressive given the setting (NCAA second round) and the opponent (Wheaton had won 8 straight).

St. Lawrence has held opponents to eight goals all season, led by junior goalkeeper Aaron Costello. While the shutouts (16) speak to team defense, Costello himself has a stellar save percentage of .907 and was voted Defensive Player of the Year in the Liberty League. On the other side, four-year starter and senior captain Andrew Bednarsky (9g, 8a) leads the Saints' in-form attack into Saturday's marquee matchup. The unanimous Liberty League Player of the Year ramped up his offensive output this season with a silky first touch and calm finishing skills, best seen by this spectacular goal in the conference title game (seriously, check out the 1:05 mark).

Amherst Season Review

Amherst has been incredible over the last two seasons: a combined 34-0-5 record, only 11 goals against, two NESCAC regular season and tournament doubles and repeat trips to the Sweet 16. 2012 saw one of the most statistically dominant campaigns ever, as the team never trailed and allowed only three goals before falling in penalties in the Elite Eight. That experience (and disappointment) surely fueled this year’s success, as the Lord Jeffs were one of only three undefeated teams in parity-driven 2013.

Amherst tore through the NESCAC, finishing well clear of the pack in one of the top conferences in the country. The NCAA opening weekend proved no different, with comfortable wins over Bridgewater State (3-0) and Gordon (5-0). The defense, led by sophomore Thomas Bull in goal and defensive stalwarts Ben Norton and Gabriel Wirz, has only allowed eight goals. The offense had the difficult job of replacing 100-point man Spencer Noon, but has coped admirably with a balanced attack. Six different players have at least 10 points, led by Nico Pascual-Leone (6g, 9a), Christopher Martin (8g, 3a) and Greg Singer (7g, 4a).

Seniors' 4-year Record (through Nov. 17)

Brandeis: 61-19-4 (.750) overall | NCAA's ('12-'13): 4-1-0, Sweet 16 - '12-'13

Williams: 50-15-9 (.736) overall | NCAA's ('10-'12-'13): 6-2-1, Sweet 16 - '12-'13, Elite 8 - '12, Final Four - '12

St. Lawrence: 64-9-7 (.844) overall | NCAA's ('10-'11-'12-'13): 6-3-0, Sweet 16 - '11

Amherst: 63-4-11 (.878) overall | NCAA's ('10-'11-'12-'13): 8-2-1, Sweet 16 - '10-'11-'12-'13, Elite 8 - '12

Tournament Experience

These four teams bring a wealth of NCAA experience into the Sectional, including games against one another. Brandeis is making its second-straight Sweet 16 appearance, while St. Lawrence arrives for the second time in three seasons. Amherst (as noted above) is here for the fourth straight season, while Williams was in San Antonio just last year.

Clearly, these teams are no stranger to the NCAA tournament nor its latter stages. It's hard to find an edge for any single team, as they are a combined 24–8–2 in the last four seasons. St. Lawrence is perhaps the least experienced as they are the only team who missed out last year, but Amherst will surely be feeling the pressure to get over that last hurdle and reach the final weekend.

Tournament Re-Matches

What a tangled web the NCAA committee managed to weave in the New England Sectional. Williams 2012 Final Four run, as fate would have it, ended the season for all three other teams in play this weekend. In succession, the 2012 Ephs eliminated St. Lawrence (2-1, Second Round), Brandeis (1-0, Sweet 16) and Amherst (0-0, Elite Eight). While only one rematch is guaranteed, the potential for a second is certainly intriguing.

In 2012, a tight game saw Brandeis outshoot and out corner Williams yet fall to a second-half goal. The Judges have surely remembered what it felt like to have their season ended by Williams and will be looking to return the favor.

Should Williams and St. Lawrence advance, we would be treated to yet another rematch from a game where Williams was (statistically) outplayed but still managed to eke out a 2-1 overtime victory. St. Lawrence scored in the very first minute, but Williams came back with under 10 minutes remaining to force OT and eventually make it to the Sweet 16.

Finally, if Williams and Amherst survive we would witness perhaps the biggest grudge match imaginable. This would mark the sixth game in two years between the Ephs and the Lord Jeffs, and such familiarity has surely bred contempt. Amherst has gone 3-0-2 against Williams over that span, but the 2012 "loss" in penalties means that all the head-to-head success cannot substitute for Williams' 2012 Final Four appearance. Ultimately, we'll have major questions on our hands: Can Amherst get past Williams when it really matters? Can Williams beat Amherst at all? Or, in an excruciating case of déjà vu, will these teams be forced to head to the penalty spot once again?

Why they will advance to the Final Four

Brandeis: The Judges have faced more top teams throughout the season and (unlike the other three teams) were pushed during the first two rounds of the tournament. Battle-hardened from the grueling UAA schedule, Brandeis’ defense is peaking at the right time and will shut down Williams’ inconsistent offense in payback from 2012. From there, Brandeis rides momentum and the scoring prowess of Savonen past the beat-up survivor of the St. Lawrence-Amherst battle to San Antonio.

Williams: The Ephs are peaking at the right time, firing in eight goals last weekend after only scoring 24 all season. Brandeis has struggled against top-level competition, and Williams will provide a much sterner test than the Tufts squad that handled the Judges earlier this year. In the Elite Eight, the Ephs rely heavily on last year’s experience to down St. Lawrence or else find that the saying “third (or sixth) time’s a charm” holds true to overcome Amherst and return to the Final Four.

St. Lawrence: In perhaps the marquee matchup of the Sweet 16, the Saints’ stingy defense and a healthy dose of Bednarsky make the difference in a tight matchup worthy of San Antonio. Having overcome Amherst on its home field, the Saints’ confidence skyrockets and they overpower Brandeis or shut down Williams’ inconsistent offense to earn the opportunity to add another championship to St. Lawrence lore.

Amherst: The numbers are on Amherst’s side: two straight undefeated seasons, a stingy defense and a strong offense; probability itself would say that four straight Sweet 16s should result in at least one Final Four appearance. The Lord Jeffs will be the strongest team St. Lawrence has seen since opening day, and a similar result ensues as Amherst returns to the Elite Eight. Once there, the Lord Jeffs fly past Brandeis or flip the script from 2012 to deliver a final knockout blow to Williams and give the Lord Jeffs’ seniors a much-deserved trip to San Antonio.

Other Sectional Previews:  NORTHEAST | MIDWEST  | EAST
Thursday, Sep. 1: All times Eastern
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Curry at Colby-Sawyer
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Warren Wilson at William Peace
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New Jersey City at Baruch
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Howard Payne at University of Dallas
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Illinois Wesleyan at Fontbonne
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Rochester (Mich.) at Olivet
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Newbury at Suffolk
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Kenyon at Otterbein
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Moravian at Cairn
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Albertus Magnus at Regis (Mass.)
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St. Mary's (Md.) at Penn State-Abington
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Emmanuel at Daniel Webster
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Stevenson at Gwynedd-Mercy
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Mass-Dartmouth at Framingham State
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Lake Michigan College at Kalamazoo
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Randolph-Macon at Widener
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Hampden-Sydney at Penn State-Harrisburg
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Staten Island at Farmingdale State
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Eastern Connecticut at Babson
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Wilkes at Penn State-Berks
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St. Joseph (Vt.) at Southern Vermont
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Randolph at York (Pa.)
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Lancaster Bible at Ramapo
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Eastern at Bryn Athyn
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Rowan at Lycoming
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North Central (Minn.) at Maranatha Baptist
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St. Norbert at Lakeland
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Sage at RPI
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Centenary (La.) at Belhaven
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Wentworth at Wheaton (Mass.)
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Franklin at Wabash
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Manhattanville at Elms
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Wesley at McDaniel
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Heidelberg at Oberlin
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Northwestern (Minn.) at St. Olaf
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Bethel at Simpson
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Chicago at Dominican
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University of the Ozarks at Lyon
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St. Louis Christian at Blackburn
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Mitchell at New England College
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Austin vs. Spalding at Centre
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Wheelock at Johnson State
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UW-Superior at Macalester
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Wisconsin Lutheran at Beloit
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Lawrence at Concordia (Wis.)
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North Park at Aurora
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Puget Sound at Pacific Union
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Keystone at Wells
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Greenville at Alma
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Spalding at Austin
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Saint Mary's (Minn.) at Martin Luther
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Minnesota-Morris at Carleton
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Rockford at Northland
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Hamline at Luther
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Monmouth at Dubuque
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North Idaho Col. at Whitworth
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Worcester State at Keene State
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UW-Platteville at Cornell
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Vassar at Western Connecticut
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Franklin and Marshall at Alvernia
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Washington College at Neumann
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Emory and Henry at Ferrum
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Lawrence Tech (Mich.) at Ohio Northern
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Nichols at WPI
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Becker at Massachusetts Maritime
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Wilmington at Wittenberg
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Muskingum at Carnegie Mellon
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Berry at Covenant
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Bluffton at Adrian
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Yeshiva at St. Joseph's (Bklyn.)
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Massachusetts College at Montclair State
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Johns Hopkins at Goucher
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Hanover at DePauw
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Thomas More at Denison
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FDU-Florham at Drew
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Mass-Boston at Roger Williams
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Susquehanna at Ursinus
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St. Joseph's (L.I.) at William Paterson
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Bob Jones University at Piedmont
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Whittier at Master's
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Eastern Mennonite at Southern Virginia
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Mount Union at Case Western Reserve
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Principia at Rose-Hulman
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St. Joseph's (Maine) at Thomas
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King's (NY) at SUNY-Maritime
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Elmira at Cortland State
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Eastern Nazarene at Lesley
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Sewanee at LaGrange
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Georgetown (Ky.) at Centre
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SUNY-Cobleskill at Bard
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McMurry at Westminster (Mo.)
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Washington U. at Webster
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Lake Forest at Benedictine
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Gustavus Adolphus at Wartburg
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Huntingdon at Birmingham-Southern
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Illinois Tech at Marian
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Concordia (Texas) at Southwestern
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UC Santa Cruz at Pomona-Pitzer
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Edgewood at North Central (Ill.)
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Hardin-Simmons at Trinity (Texas)
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Augsburg at Cal Lutheran
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George Fox at Occidental
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Warner Pacific at Willamette
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Pacific Lutheran at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Friday, Sep. 2: All times Eastern
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Brockport State at St. Lawrence
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Averett at Mary Washington
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Castleton at Coast Guard
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Morrisville State at Nazareth
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Wheelock at Lyndon State
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Wilson at Salisbury
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Norwich at New Paltz State
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SUNY Poly at Oswego State
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Stockton at Marymount
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Colorado College at Concordia-Moorhead
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Catholic at Frostburg State
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Salve Regina at Plattsburgh State
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Juniata at Geneva
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Springfield at Lasell
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Hilbert at Cazenovia
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Finlandia at Rockford
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Calvin at Capital
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Westfield State at Southern Maine
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St. Mary's (Md.) at Rutgers-Camden
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Franciscan at Marietta
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Trine at Anderson
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Elmhurst at Earlham
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Salem State at Plymouth State
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North Carolina Wesleyan at Lynchburg
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Berea at Transylvania
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Allegheny at Virginia Wesleyan
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Waynesburg at La Roche
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St. John Fisher at Keuka
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Concordia (MI) at Defiance
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North Central (Minn.) at Emmaus
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Georgetown (Ky.) vs. Spalding at Centre
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Mount Aloysius at York (N.Y.)
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Knox at St. Scholastica
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Buena Vista at St. Thomas
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Alfred State at St. Vincent
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Hope at Ohio Wesleyan
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TCNJ at Dickinson
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McDaniel at Gallaudet
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Husson at Gordon
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Hobart at Elizabethtown
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Carthage at Endicott
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Johnson & Wales (FL) at Johnson and Wales
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Greensboro at Christopher Newport
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Lehman at Sarah Lawrence
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Iowa Wesleyan at Crown
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Whitman at Caltech
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Kean at Rochester
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Hiram at Baldwin Wallace
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Messiah at Roanoke
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Penn State-Altoona at Alfred
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Maine Maritime at University of New England
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Austin at Centre
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Minnesota-Morris at UW-Whitewater
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St. Olaf at Dubuque
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Augsburg at UC Santa Cruz
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Fontbonne at Chapman
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George Fox at La Verne
Saturday, Sep. 3: All times Eastern
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Pine Manor at Newbury
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TBA at Hiram
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Mass-Boston at Wentworth
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Clark at Rhode Island College
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Bethany at Johns Hopkins
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CCNY at SUNY-Maritime
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Gwynedd-Mercy at Goucher
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Anna Maria at Regis (Mass.)
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Wheaton (Ill.) at Rose-Hulman
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Washington and Lee at Rowan
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Alfred State at Catholic
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UC Clermont at Mount St. Joseph
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Alumni at Maine-Farmington
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Kalamazoo at DePauw
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Brooklyn at Albertus Magnus
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Penn State-Altoona at Penn College
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New Jersey City at SUNY-Purchase
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Daniel Webster at Colby-Sawyer
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Concordia-Chicago at Bluffton
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Curry at Johnson State
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Emerson at Emmanuel
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Sage at Union
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Stevenson at Randolph-Macon
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Fitchburg State at Keene State
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Stockton at Mary Washington
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Salve Regina at Plattsburgh State
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Penn State-Harrisburg at D'Youville
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Rutgers-Newark at Babson
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Immaculata at Penn State-Berks
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Morrisville State at Rochester Tech
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Castleton at Westfield State
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William Paterson at Wheaton (Mass.)
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Summit at Lancaster Bible
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SUNY Poly at New Paltz State
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Crown at Wisconsin Lutheran
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Montclair State at Roger Williams
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Massachusetts College at Becker
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John Carroll at Brandeis
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Mount Ida at Lesley
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Farmingdale State at Medgar Evers
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William Peace at Southern Virginia
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Mount Aloysius at SUNY-Old Westbury
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Berry at Wooster
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Fredonia State at Merchant Marine
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Brockport State at Clarkson
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St. Mary's (Md.) at Wilson
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Milwaukee Engineering at Hamline
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Northwestern (Minn.) at Bethel
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Texas-Dallas at Chicago
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Emmaus at Eureka
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Pacific Lutheran at Pomona-Pitzer
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New England College at Nichols
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St. Vincent at Frostburg State
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Wesley at Eastern Mennonite
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Trine at Earlham
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Emory and Henry at Valley Forge
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MacMurray at Manchester
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Maine-Presque Isle at Lyndon State
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Elmhurst at Anderson
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Bard at SUNY Canton
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University of Dallas at Hendrix
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Luther at Carleton
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Albion at Grinnell
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Blackburn at Moody Bible
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Thiel at Franciscan
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Otterbein at La Roche
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Averett at Marymount
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Norwich at Oswego State
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Central at Alma
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Gettysburg at Scranton
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Juniata at Grove City
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TCNJ at Elizabethtown
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Cabrini at King's
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Iowa Wesleyan at Martin Luther
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MIT at Stevens
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DeSales at Bridgewater (Va.)
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Hilbert at Wells
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Haverford at Western New England
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Rutgers-Camden at Salisbury
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Lynchburg at Messiah
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Finlandia at Northland
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St. Scholastica at Gustavus Adolphus
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Macalester at UW-Whitewater
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Carroll at St. John's
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Hope at Capital
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Coast Guard at Southern Maine
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Maryville (Tenn.) at Oglethorpe
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Maranatha Baptist at Ripon
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Ursinus at Misericordia
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Husson at Endicott
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Carnegie Mellon at Mount Union
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Baldwin Wallace at TBA
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Geneseo State at Rosemont
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Westminster (Mo.) at Simpson
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Rhodes at University of the Ozarks
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Occidental at Whitworth
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Puget Sound at Simpson (CA)
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Hood at Drew
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Shenandoah at Ferrum
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Hobart at Dickinson
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North Carolina Wesleyan at Roanoke
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Cortland State at Skidmore
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SUNY-Cobleskill at Southern Vermont
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Calvin at Ohio Wesleyan
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Oberlin at Ohio Northern
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Carthage at Gordon
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Albright at Swarthmore
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7:00 PM
Texas-Tyler at Emory
M:
7:00 PM
Framingham State at Eastern Nazarene
M:
7:00 PM
Coe at UW-Platteville
M:
7:00 PM
Howard Payne at Centenary (La.)
M:
7:30 PM
Covenant at Wilmington
M:
7:30 PM
Baldwin Wallace at TBA
M:
7:30 PM
Neumann at Widener
M:
8:00 PM
Southwestern at Mary Hardin-Baylor
M:
8:00 PM
McMurry at Webster
M:
9:00 PM
Corban at Linfield
M:
10:00 PM
Whitman at Cal Lutheran
Sunday, Sep. 4: All times Eastern
M:
TBA
Penn State-Harrisburg at TBA
M:
TBA
TBA at Johnson and Wales
Video
M:
TBA
University of Dallas at Rhodes
M:
11:00 AM
Merchant Marine at Johns Hopkins
M:
11:00 AM
Montclair State at Rhode Island College
M:
12:00 PM
University of New England at St. Joseph's (Maine)
Video
M:
12:00 PM
Newbury at Johnson State
M:
12:00 PM
WPI at Worcester State
M:
12:00 PM
Wentworth at Lasell
M:
12:00 PM
Kean at St. John Fisher
M:
12:00 PM
Oneonta State at Washington and Lee
M:
12:00 PM
Carroll at Hamline
M:
12:00 PM
Saint Mary's (Minn.) at North Park
M:
1:00 PM
Greensboro at Virginia Wesleyan
M:
1:00 PM
Case Western Reserve at Thomas More
M:
1:00 PM
Central at Olivet
M:
1:00 PM
Emerson at Curry
M:
1:00 PM
William Paterson at Babson
M:
1:00 PM
Berry at Berea
M:
1:00 PM
Springfield at Western Connecticut
Video Live Stats
M:
1:00 PM
Hanover at Wabash
M:
1:00 PM
Allegheny at Christopher Newport
M:
1:00 PM
Alvernia at York (Pa.)
M:
1:00 PM
Lycoming at Franklin and Marshall
Video
M:
1:00 PM
Bluffton at MacMurray
M:
1:00 PM
Rutgers-Newark at Wheaton (Mass.)
M:
1:00 PM
Mass-Dartmouth at Suffolk
M:
1:00 PM
Sewanee vs. Louisiana College at Birmingham-Southern
M:
1:30 PM
Clark at Roger Williams
M:
1:30 PM
Bethany at Fredonia State
M:
1:30 PM
John Carroll at Western New England
M:
2:00 PM
Piedmont at Guilford
M:
2:00 PM
Wesley at Bridgewater (Va.)
M:
2:00 PM
Cabrini at Scranton
M:
2:00 PM
Marietta at Denison
M:
2:00 PM
Kenyon at Heidelberg
M:
2:00 PM
New Jersey City at Yeshiva
M:
2:00 PM
Eastern Connecticut at Ramapo
M:
2:00 PM
Gettysburg at King's
M:
2:00 PM
New Rochelle at Keystone
M:
2:00 PM
Concordia (Wis.) at Lake Forest
M:
2:00 PM
Martin Luther at Wisconsin Lutheran
M:
2:00 PM
Colorado College at St. Thomas
Video
M:
2:00 PM
Texas-Dallas at Illinois Tech
M:
2:00 PM
George Fox at Whittier
M:
2:30 PM
Keuka at Rochester
M:
2:30 PM
Bethany Lutheran at Beloit
M:
3:00 PM
Hood at FDU-Florham
M:
3:00 PM
Me.-Fort Kent at Maine Maritime
M:
3:00 PM
Southern State College at Mount St. Joseph
M:
3:00 PM
Concordia-Chicago at Manchester
M:
3:00 PM
Adrian at Muskingum
M:
3:00 PM
DeSales at Eastern Mennonite
M:
3:00 PM
Maine-Presque Isle at Maine-Farmington
M:
3:00 PM
Cleary (MI) at Defiance
M:
3:30 PM
Wooster at Transylvania
M:
3:30 PM
Franklin at Birmingham-Southern
M:
4:00 PM
Stevenson at Hampden-Sydney
M:
4:00 PM
Haverford at Brandeis
Video
M:
4:00 PM
Geneseo State at Swarthmore
M:
4:00 PM
Milwaukee Engineering at St. John's
Video
M:
4:00 PM
Albion at Loras
M:
4:00 PM
Knox at Gustavus Adolphus
M:
4:00 PM
Cornell at Blackburn
M:
4:30 PM
Texas-Tyler at Oglethorpe
M:
4:30 PM
Buena Vista at Concordia-Moorhead
M:
5:00 PM
Plymouth State at New England College
Video Live Stats
M:
5:00 PM
Mount St. Vincent at Drew
M:
5:00 PM
Elmira at Susquehanna
M:
5:00 PM
Augustana at Aurora
M:
5:00 PM
Hendrix at University of the Ozarks
M:
5:00 PM
North Central (Ill.) at Carleton
M:
5:00 PM
La Verne at St. Katherine
M:
6:00 PM
Lakeland at Illinois Wesleyan
M:
7:00 PM
Maryville (Tenn.) at Emory
M:
8:00 PM
Oregon Tech at Linfield
M:
10:00 PM
Fontbonne at Redlands
No contests today.
No contests today.