+ The hottest team in the nation comes to Greensboro on Wednesday night when UNCG hosts College of Charleston in a Southern Conference clash. The Cougars broke into the NSCAA Top 25 for the first time this week at 8-2-1. CofC has won its last eight matches after a 0-2-1 start to the season.
+In their eight-match winning streak, the Cougars have allowed just three goals. They are coming off a 1-0 win over Elon last Saturday. Jake Helmig scored the only goal of the match, tallying his second goal of the season with just 2:31 remaining in regulation time.
+ UNCG is coming off a convincing 6-1 triumph at Georgia Southern on Sunday afternoon. The win snapped a three-game losing skid for the Spartans and got them back to the .500 mark both in league play and overall. Six different Spartans scored in the match. Hakan Ilhan and Brian Graham each had a goal and an assist, while Cruz Oronos had two assists.
+ The 6-1 win at Georgia Southern was UNCG's most lopsided road win since beating High Point, 6-1, in the 2005 season. The Spartans beat the Eagles at home last season, 6-0.
+ CofC's Sean DeSilva leads the league in scoring with 13 points (4g, 5a) this season. DeSilva's five assists are tied for first in the SoCon. The Cougars' Francis Twohig leads the league in goals with five.
+ Ilhan leads UNCG in scoring with nine points (3g, 3a). He is tied for the team-lead in goals alongside Eli Garner. After the six-goal explosion at Georgia Southern on Sunday, the Spartans have now outscored the opposition this season, 17-16.
+ UNCG goalkeeper Peyton Ford has a 1.41 GAA this season and a save percentage of .692 on the year. He has played all but four minutes this season.
+ College of Charleston's Kees Heemskerk leads the league in goals against average at 0.53. He has allowed just six goals in 1010 minutes of action this season. He also leads in save percentage at .891.
+ UNCG goes back on the road this weekend, travelling to Davidson for a 7 p.m. match.