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December 3rd, 2006 11:28PM



Dec. 3 in St. Louis
UC Santa Barbara 2 UCLA 1.
Goals: Perera (Rosenlund) 3, Avila (Perera, Byrne) 61; Leopoldo (Beltran) 79.
UC Santa Barbara -- Reynish, Iro, G.Curry, Tennelle, J.Curry, Rosenlund, Frimpong, Pontius, Avila, Byrne, Perera. Subs: Walker, Nunez, Patterson, Kaveny, Proctor.
UCLA -- Reed, Rusin, Zaher, Alvarado, McClung, Stephens, Barlow, Zizzo, Leopoldo, Nakazawa, Estrada. Subs: Myers, Folk.
Referee: Erich Simmons.
Att.: 5,948.

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    Dec. 3 in Cary, N.C.

    North Carolina 2 Notre Dame 1. Goals: O'Reilly (Nogueira) 18, Nogueira (Engen, O'Reilly) 47; Bock (Hanks) 81.
    North Carolina -- Rodenbough, Gayle, Ariel Harris, Eveland, Hawkins, Averbuch, Washington, Heath, Nogueira, Engen, O'Reilly. Subs: Gilbert, Ashlyn Harris, Guess, Smith.
    Notre Dame -- Karas, Lorenzen, Ford, Jones, Shaner, Cinalli, Buczkowski, Krivacek, Bock, Hanks, Weissenhofer. Subs: Clark, Rosen, Pinnick, Iarocci.
    Referee: Misail Tsapos.
    Att.: 8,349.

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