WILMINGTON, North Carolina - The battle for one of three remaining Colonial Athletic Association continues this weekend when UNCW visits upset-minded Delaware on Saturday in men's soccer action.

The Seahawks (7-5-4, 3-2-4 CAA) enter the contest in a three-way tie for third after falling in overtime Wednesday at William & Mary, who captured the top seed and will host the four-team championship tournament next weekend.

Delaware (4-8-3, 3-4-2 CAA) has been a strong opponent for CAA teams this season with a win over nationally-ranked Old Dominion and a pair of ties against George Mason and second-place Hofstra.  The Blue Hens moved to within two points of UNCW, Georgia State and VCU with a 1-0 win against Towson earlier this week.

UD will rely on its talented offensive trio of John Scheer (4g), Evans Frimpong (3g, 1a) and Kyle Ellis (1g, 5a). Three of Scheer's goals this season have been game-winners.

UNCW, meanwhile, is led on offense by sophomore Etienne Boulanger's 11 points on five goals and an assist. The Seahawks, though, have struggled offensively, scoring just two goals in their six games and have been shutout in five of those games. Boulanger's last goal was a game-winner against then nationally-ranked James Madison on Oct. 6.

After the UD game, the Seahawks will close out the regular season on Nov. 6 at George Mason.