STEVENSON UNIVERSITY MUSTANGS (1-0-1) at NEUMANN UNIVERSITY and MANHATTANVILLE COLLEGE
After a solid first weekend for new head coach Tori Emoff, the Mustangs go on the road and hope to keep their shutout streak alive and well against two conference rivals. While the goaltending was sharp, the offense did have some chances despite the scoreboard telling different. Once this team rounds into shape with the game play, they could make some noise in the conference moving forward.
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND TERRAPINS (7-2-0) at VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY
A split weekend should slow the Lady Terps down much, as their offense is still probably one of the most feared in the Delaware Valley Conference. Angeline King and Alix McKillop have 14 goals a piece in nine games, while Eleanor VanVranken joins King and McKillop in the 20-point club already this season, which is top in the conference. Though Villanova has only played two games, the Terps shouldn’t take them lightly, as they trounced Towson last weekend.
NAVAL ACADEMY MIDSHIPMEN (6-3-1) at UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO, MERCYHURST UNIVERSITY, and ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
After a one-game weekend, the Middies will go on a showcase weekend a Mercyhurst playing three games in three days at very odd times. After a big win last weekend to break a three-game skid, the Mids will look to get back to form that had them dominant in the beginning of the season with scoring that was second to none in the league, with Maggie Madigan leading the way with 21 points so far this season. The Mids haven’t given up many shots either, only giving up 21.8 shots per game to their opponents.
TOWSON UNIVERSITY TIGERS (1-4-0) at ROWAN UNIVERSITY and WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY
After a tough 9-1 loss last weekend, the Tigers will face another tough task against Rowan– who has only let up two goals in their six games– and West Chester; as both teams are undefeated this season. There’s always a fighter’s chance for a win, but for a team not average that many goals on the year and only one goal in their last three– it’ll be an uphill climb. Emily Sellers will need to hype the team up offensively and hope they follow her in the scoring department.