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Azusa Pacific women join men in finals
November 20th, 2007 8AM

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For the second straight year, Azusa Pacific's women's team will join the men's team in the NAIA national finals. The Cougar women beat Lindsey Wilson, 2-1, to advance to Tuesday's final against Martin Methodist in Daytona Beach, Fla. Lindsey Wilson had two players red carded at the end of the Blue Raiders' semifinal. Shannon Walker scored both goals to give Martin Methodist a 2-0 win over No. 1 seed Lee in the other semifinal.

NAIA WOMEN'S NATIONALS
FINAL FOUR (Online video)
Semifinals
Nov. 19 in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Lee 0 Martin Methodist 2 (Walker 16, 65).
Lindsey Wilson 1 (Parker 80) Azusa Pacific 2 (Massro 49, Domene 69).
Final
Nov. 20  in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Azusa Pacific
(20-1-1) vs. Martin Methodist (18-4-1)

EARLIER RESULTS
First Round
Nov. 14 in Daytona Beach, Fla.
SUNY Canton 0 McKendree 2 (Elliott 16, 67)
Morningside 1 (Kukuk 16) Southern Nazarene 2 (Duncan 9, Eguren 94) (OT).
Houghton 1 (Swift 36) Cornerstone 0.
Embry-Riddle 0 Kansas Wesleyan 2 (Parada 43, Macy 44).
Second Round
Nov. 15 in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Lee 1 (Chase 57) McKendree 0.
Lindsey Wilson 2 (Davis 12, Parker 54) Southern Nazarene 0.
Azusa Pacific 3 (Broad 7, 30, 42) Houghton 0.
Concordia (Ore.) 2 (Tebbs 52, Miller 62) Kansas Wesleyan 0.
Second Round
Nov. 16 in Daytona Beach, Fla.
SCAD 1 (Hagerty 74) St. Xavier 1 (Brown 37, Sudar 52, Martinez 68).
Martin Methodist 3 (Charnley 6, Perrigan 37, Facey 45) King 0.
William Jewell 1 (Greco 83) Northwood 2 (own goal 44, Salguero 86).
Carroll (Mont.) 2 (Horak 24, Annicchiarico 76) Saint Xavier 1 (Bollar 42).
Quarterfinals
Nov. 17 in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Lee 3
(Velarde 1, Willette 18, Novaes 78) St. Xavier 0.
Martin Methodist 1 (Bazi 49) Concordia (Calif.) 1 (Tebbs 34) (OT).
(Martin Methodist wins 4-2 on penalties.)
Lindsey Wilson 2 (Stewart  41, 87) Carroll (Mont.) 0.
Azusa Pacific 4 (Brotherton 7, Yoro 60, Domene 77, Broad 85) Northwood 1 (Bjerkeli 11).



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