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NCAA Division I Men's Tuesday Results
October 24th, 2007 8AM

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Navy is the 12th team in NCAA men's history to win 600 games thanks to a 2-1 victory at Longwood on Tuesday night. The Mids improved to 7-5-2 in 2007 with the victory and became the third team this season (joining Loyola, Md., and Indiana) to reach the 600-victory plateau.

MONDAY
Non-Conference
Oral Roberts 1 Bradley 2

TUESDAY
ACC
#23 Duke 1 (Medcalf 7) #8 Virginia Tech 1 (Dillie 72) (OT).       
        
Southern
Wofford 0 College of Charleston 2

Non-Conference

Coastal Carolina #1 Wake Forest 5 (Adams 7, Tracy 24, 33, da Luz 62, Valentin 64).
#13 Virginia 3 (Reyering 8, 29, 70) Liberty 0.     
Army 4 NJIT 1
Howard 4 UMBC 0
Longwood 1 Navy 2   
Maryland 2 Georgetown 1
North Carolina 4 High Point 0      
Penn State 2 Cornell 1 (OT)     
Western Kentucky 3 Berea 0



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