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CROWD COUNT: Women's Second Round
November 20th, 2007 8AM

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Wonder why Texas A&M is hosting the Women's College Cup? Despite pouring rain and the threat of hail and thunderstorms that delayed the start of Saturday's A&M-Texas game for 50 minutes, A&M drew 2,438 fans at Aggie Soccer Stadium. The crowd was at least double the crowds at all but two other NCAA Division I women's second-round matches. Six games drew less than 500 fans.

2,438 Texas A&M-Texas
1.977 Colorado-Portland (second largest Buffalos' crowd)
1,752 Stanford-California
1,207 North Carolina-UNC Greensboro
1,113 Florida-UCF
892 Georgia-Duke
861 Florida State-LSU
708 Virginia-William & Mary
708 Purdue-Indiana
687 West Virginia-James Madison
451 Notre Dame-Illinois
429 Tennessee-Clemson
427 UCLA-Oklahoma State
353 Connecticut-Wake Forest (in Newton, Mass.)
331 *Penn State-Hofstra
293 Missouri-USC
*Played Monday.



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