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5. COLLEGE MEN: UCLA stuns No. 1 Duke in quarterfinals
November 27th, 2006 12:41AM
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UCLA overcame a 2-0 first-half deficit to defeat top-ranked Duke, 3-2, Sunday in NCAA men's quarterfinal action at Duke's Koskinen Stadium.

Sal Zizzoscored the tying goal in the 78th minute and the game-winning goal -- on a preplanned play -- just 30 seconds into overtime to send the eighth seeded Bruins to the College Cup for the 12th time.

West Coast rival UC Santa Barbara and ACC powers Virginia and Wake Forest will join UCLA at the Men's College Cup Dec. 1-3 in St. Louis after a weekend that saw the four quarterfinal games produce 19 goals. UCSB beat upstart Northwestern, 3-2, Saturday before 8,784 fans in Santa Barbara. On Friday, Virginia beat Notre Dame, 3-2, thanks to two goals by Adam Cristman,and Wake Forest rallied to beat Santa Clara, 3-1.

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