With just four games left in the season, the women sit in 9th place in the ECAC despite a tie with Brown for 8th (the Engineers lose the tiebreaker based on head-to-head results). Essentially, if the Engineers can pick up just one point more than Brown in the next four games, and can stay ahead of Colgate (just a point back), the 8th position could be theirs. Meanwhile on the men's side, three weeks after a turnaround appeared in order after RPI swept a road weekend with a favorable schedule going forward, the Engineers remain in last place after just three points in four consecutive home games. With six games left (four on the road), RPI is five points behind Dartmouth and Yale for the final home playoff position. That doesn't look good. We'll talk to WRPI's Perry Laskaris for his analysis on both the men and the women as the teams head down the stretch on what has been a rough year for both teams.