WILMINGTON, North Carolina – The UNCW women’s soccer team looks to secure a bid in the upcoming Colonial Athletic Association Women’s Soccer Championship as it closes out the regular season this weekend with contests against Drexel and Delaware at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.

UNCW begins the weekend Friday as it hosts Drexel in a 7 p.m. contest before closing out the regular season Sunday with a 2 p.m. matinee against Delaware. Sunday’s contest will serve as the program’s senior day, with the team honoring seniors Nicole Costa, Meg Kiser and Natalie Winslow for their contributions to the program.

Currently in sole possession of sixth place in the league standings, the Seahawks can qualify for the 2013 CAA Women’s Soccer Championship with a win or a tie in either of its final two contests. UNCW can also qualify for postseason with a Drexel loss or tie at College of Charleston.

The Seahawks (8-8; 3-3 CAA) return to the friendly confines of their home pitch after earning a split of their road contests last weekend against James Madison (L 2-1) and William & Mary (W 3-0). Sophomore Katrina Guillou continued her torrid scoring pace by tallying five points, including the game-winning goal against the Tribe, to push her team-leading point total to 21 (8 G, 5 A). Guillou heads into the final weekend of the regular season with points in 10 of the past 12 games. Freshman keeper Carolyn Huddy also sustained her solid play by making 16 saves, including seven stops against the Tribe, to repeat as CAA Rookie-of-the-Week.

Drexel (5-10-1; 1-5 CAA) will attempt to play its way into the postseason as the Dragons sit in seventh place in the league standings with two games remaining on its regular season schedule. Freshman Shyanne Kimbrough leads the team in both goals (4) and points (9) while junior Megan Hammaker is second in scoring with five points (2 G, 1 A). Junior Eve Badana has started all 16 games in goal this season and has posted a 1.44 goals against average, 70 saves and three shutouts.

Currently in a tie for fourth place in the league standings, Delaware (9-6-1; 3-2-1 CAA) looks to solidify their seeding for the women’s soccer championship during its final two contests. Senior Shannon Kearney has tallied five goals on her way to posting a team-best 13 points (5 G, 3 A) while Chelsea Duffy is second on the team in scoring with 10 points(3 G, 4 A) on the strength of a team-best four assists. Senior Jessica Levy has started 14 games in goal for the Blue Hens and has responded with a 0.85 goals against average, 55 saves and five shutouts.