Collegiate action continues at the NCAA DI and DII levels for Top College Prospects this weekend, with busy slates on all three days.
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While Michigan State has started as expected - undefeated through four matches - Bowling Green seeks to bounce back from a slow start with a major upset on Friday night.
PDL Top College Prospects pepper both sides of the field, with the Spartans fielding three - Michigan Bucks goalkeeper Jimmy Hague, Chicago FC United midfielder Ryan Sierakowski and Lansing United forward DeJuan Jones. Bowling Green features one Top College Prospect in the Dayton Dutch Lions' Tate Robertson.
With both teams off to identical hot starts - each sitting at 3-1-0 through four matches so far this season - a cross-conference match between Indiana and VCU is an exciting fixture featuring Top College Prospects on both sides.
For Indiana, Colorado Rapids U23 forward Griffin Dorsey has gotten off to a hot start, earning a call-up in the near-future to the U.S. Under-20 Men's National Team. Across the field from him will be Portland Timbers U23 midfielder Said Haji for the Rams.
A tale of two fortunes differentiates Penn State and Villanova in the early part of the season. The Wildcats boast a 3-1-0 record, while the Nittany Lions have struggled to a 1-3-0 start through four matches.
Villanova will seek to keep its good start going with a win, as Black Rock FC midfielder Theo Quartey leads his team against his counterpart across the field. Reading United AC midfielder Aaron Molloy will need to whip Penn State into shape to counteract a slow start.