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NCAA Division I Men's Wednesday Results
October 18th, 2007 7:45AM
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There was plenty of men's conference and non-conference action on Wednesday. Only one game separates the eight teams in the America East. No. 4 SMU has a two-point lead on unbeaten Tulsa and Memphis in the Conference USA. No. 19 Creighton opened up a three-point lead on idle Drake, Eastern Illinois and Bradley in the Missouri Valley. The only ranked team to fall to an unranked team was No. 23 Furman, which lost for only the second time this season when it fell at Clemson, 2-1.
America East
Albany 1 Boston Univ. 1   
Maine 2 Hartford 1
New Hampshire 1 Stony Brook 0 (OT)
Vermont 0 UMBC 0 (OT)

Atlantic Sun
Jacksonville 1 North Florida 2 (OT)

Big East
#25 Louisville 1 (Yanez 85) Cincinnati 0.

Big West
Cal Poly 2 (Zamora 16, Grillo 49) #13 UC Santa Barbara 1 (Walker 44).
UC Davis 3 Cal State Northridge 1
UC Riverside 2 Cal State  Fullerton 2 (OT)

Conference USA
#4 SMU 2 (Geppert 24, Oliva 38) UAB 1 (Rios 3).
Marshall 1 (J.Danicle 77) #25 Memphis 2 (Walsh 68, Hyland 79).
UCF 2 Kentucky 3 (OT)

Missouri Valley
Western Kentucky 1 (Marshall 22) #19 Creighton 2 (Gjoesund 80, 87).
Bradley 2 Evansville 0
Eastern Illinois 4 Missouri State 2

Southern
Davidson 1 Appalachian State 1 (OT)

Non-Conference
#6 Michigan State 2 (McKenzie 5, Iyoha 14) Oakland 1 (Sandell 56).
#7 Notre Dame 2 (Lapira 5, 74) #12 Indiana 3 (Balchan 18, Noschang 71, Wilmarth 81).
#17 Harvard 1 (Akpan 22) Holy Cross 1 (Mclean pen. 45) (OT).
Clemson 2 (Thornton 5,  Drake 35) #23 Furman 1 (Salinas 66).
#25 Akron 3 (Kalan 31, Zemanski 33, Moreira 82) Penn State 0.
Drake 2 UMKC 2 (OT)
Hartwick 1 Syracuse 1 (OT)
Michigan 5 Bowling Green 2
Pittsburgh 3 Duquesne 1
Rutgers 2 Pennsylvania 0
Seton Hall 4 Adelphi 0
St. John's 1 Princeton 1 (OT)
Wisconsin 1 Marquette 1 (OT)
Wofford 3 VMI 0  



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