WILMINGTON, North Carolina - The UNCW women’s soccer team takes to the road for the final time this season as it travels to James Madison and William & Mary for a pair of Colonial Athletic Association contests.

The Seahawks open the weekend Friday with a 7 p.m. contest against the Dukes at University Park before wrapping up the road swing Sunday with a 2 p.m. contest versus the Tribe at Albert-Daly Field.

UNCW (7-7-0; 2-2-0 CAA) enters the weekend in a tie for the sixth and final spot in the upcoming CAA Women’s Soccer Championship after posting a 1-0 victory over College of Charleston on Oct. 11 at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.

Senior Nicole Costa scored the only goal of the contest with a header at the 46:36 mark for her first game-winning goal of the season and the second of her career. Sophomore Katrina Guillou registered the only assist on the play, giving her a point in eight of the past 10 contests. Freshman keeper Carolyn Huddy recorded her first career shutout as she made one save against the Cougars. She was named CAA Rookie-of-the-Week on Monday for her efforts.

Winners of three straight, James Madison (11-4-0; 3-1-0 CAA) enters Friday’s contest in third place in the league standings after posting a 2-1 double-overtime victory over Towson on Sunday at home. Freshman Ashley Herndon (5 G, 3 A) leads a balanced Dukes attack that features four players with double-figure points with 13 while junior Katie Hyland (4 G, 3 A) follows closely behind in second with 11. Sophomore Ellen Forrest has started all 15 games in goal for Head Coach David Lombardo this season and has four shutouts, 53 saves and a 1.19 goals against average to her credit.

The only remaining undefeated team in the league, William & Mary (7-1-4; 4-0-0 CAA) extended its unbeaten streak to seven games with a 1-0 home victory over Towson on Oct. 10. Junior Emory Camper has been the focal point of the Tribe attack this season as she leads the team with seven goals and 15 points. Seniors Dani Rutter and Audrey Barry have served as the team’s primary playmakers as the duo has combined to record nine of the team’s 15 assists with five and four helpers, respectively. Sophomore Caroline Casey has started all 12 games in goal for head coach John Daly and has recorded 54 saves, five shutouts and a 0.61 goals against average.

UNCW completes its regular-season schedule next weekend as it hosts Drexel (Oct. 25) and Delaware (Oct. 27) at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.