Women's Soccer Games To Watch This Week Sept. 3-Sept. 9

Women's Soccer Games To Watch This Week Sept. 3-Sept. 9

Here’s a look ahead at the games to watch for the week ahead on FloFC.

Sep 1, 2023 by Briar Napier
Women's Soccer Games To Watch This Week Sept. 3-Sept. 9

FloFC is broadcasting college soccer matches from NCAA Divisions I, II and III all season long, with each week bringing a new, exciting slate of matchups to check out from its partner conferences.

Here’s a look ahead at the games to watch for the week ahead in the BIG EAST, CAA, GLIAC, SAC, GSC and Landmark Conference:

NOTE: All match times are listed in Eastern Time and are subject to change.

BIG EAST: Pitt vs. Xavier, 7 p.m. Thursday

Xavier is 4-1 (as of Friday morning) and appears as if it hasn’t missed a beat from winning its second-ever NCAA Tournament game a year ago when it went on the road to defeat Tennessee. A good way to prove the Musketeers are here to stay would be by upending a currently 5-0 Pitt which made the NCAA tourney Round of 16 last year, has a pair of dangerous forwards in Sarah Schupansky and Amanda West and possesses a star freshman midfielder in Deborah Abiodun, who played for Nigeria at this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup.

CAA: Boston vs. Northeastern, 7 p.m. Sunday

This Bostonian rivalry is always worth a watch, with the Huskies picking up their first win over the Terriers since 2018 last year thanks to an Alexis Legowski goal. The former All-CAA First Team midfielder is back in the mix for Northeastern to try and do similar against Boston U next week while the Huskies continue to chase future postseason glory, having fallen in the CAA Championship final this past season in double overtime.

GLIAC: Grand Valley State vs. Mary, 2 p.m. Friday

The seven-time national champion Lakers were denied a chance at an epic title three-peat in 2022 after hated rival Ferris State eliminated them in the NCAA Midwest Regional final. GVSU should be among the best in D-II once again, with the Marauders (coming off a strong 10-5-4 record this past year) providing a formidable early-season test primarily due to the fact that they only allowed 12 goals across the entire season. 

SAC: Columbus State vs. Catawba, 7 p.m. Friday

A 6-0 blitz of Chowan — as Catawba did in its season opener Thursday — was impressive enough, but do you know what would really skyrocket expectations after a 16-win campaign in 2022? Beating Columbus State, which made a run to the national semifinals for the third time in program history under coach Jay Entlich, who has won over 300 games in his time with the Cougars.

Landmark: Drew vs. Coast Guard, 3:30 p.m. Saturday

Drew’s annual Fall Festival will be broadcast in its entirety on FloFC, and with the Rangers expected to contend near the top of the Landmark, a strong weekend on home turf will be demanded. Coast Guard beat Drew at this event a year ago, however, giving players like goalscoring machine Alexa Krause (15 last year) some extra motivation to get the job done this time around.