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NCAA Division I Men's Tuesday Results
October 17th, 2007 7:45AM

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Elon earned its third tie against an ACC powerhouse when the Phoenix tied North Carolina, 1-1, on Tuesday before a record crowd of 1,773 fans. A late goal from Garry Lewis salvaged a tie for the Tar Heels (4-3-5). Elon (6-3-4) has also recorded ties against No. 1 Wake Forest and Clemson. For all Tuesday's scores ...

Atlantic Soccer
NJIT 1 Longwood 0

Big East
#20 South Florida 2 (Schoendorf 4, Taylor 34) De Paul 0.

Big South
Radford 2 High Point 1 (OT)

Non-Conference
UNC Greensboro 0 #1 Wake Forest 8 (Arnoux 12, 15, Franks 14, Adams 26, Lahoud 39, 54, Tracy 56, Gonzalez 89).
#8 Virginia 4 (Villanueva 25, Kim 30, Ayotte 69, 75) Florida Atlantic 2 (Chevannes 56, Ogle 82).
#9 Boston College 0 Providence 1 (Redding 34).
#21 West Virginia  0 Navy 1 (Pennington 85).
Binghamton 2 Colgate 0
Elon 1 North Carolina 1 (OT)
Georgetown 2 American 1    
Maryland 4 Villanova  0
St. Joseph's 1 Philadelphia 3
Yale 2 Central Connecticut 2 (OT)



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