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NCAA Division I Women's Schedule
November 23rd, 2007 4:15PM

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Six of the eight top seeds are still alive in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament, which moves into the round of 16, beginning Friday..

WOMEN'S BRACKET

SCHEDULE
Third Round
Nov. 23 in Tallahassee, Fla.
#3 Florida State (15-5-3) vs. Texas (16-3-5)

Nov. 23 in Palo Alto, Calif.
#1 Stanford (15-2-5) vs. Connecticut (13-5-2)

Nov. 23  in Los Angeles
#1 UCLA (18-1-2) vs. #4 Virginia (13-3-6)

Nov. 24 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
#1 North Carolina (19-3-1) vs. #4 Notre Dame (17-4-2)

Nov. 24  in Los Angeles
#2 USC (16-3-2) vs. #3 Florida (17-4-3)

Nov. 24 in Portland, Ore.
#2 Portland
(17-3-0) vs. #3 Tennessee (15-4-2)

Nov. 24 in University, Park, Pa.
#1 Penn State (18-3-2) vs. #4 West Virginia (17-4-2)

Nov. 25 in Bloomington, Ind.
Duke
(9-5-7) vs. Indiana (13-6-3)

EARLIER RESULTS
First Round
Nov. 15 in College Station, Texas

#2 Texas A&M 4 (Pistorius 4, 9, Garey 57, Harding 80) Stephen F. Austin 1 (Broome) 67.
Texas 2 (Ortiz, 10, 18) BYU 0.

Nov. 16 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
#1 North Carolina 6 
(Engen 14, 23, Nogueira 15, Klingenberg 20, Givan 50, Averbuch 59) High Point 1 (Anzovino 55).
UNC Greensboro 1 (Towne 72) Memphis 0.

Nov. 16 in South Bend, Ind.
Illinois 1
(Masar 92) Louisville 0 (OT).
#4 Notre Dame 3 (Bock 38, 60, Dew 58) Loyola, Ill. 0.

Nov. 16 in Athens, Ga.
#3 Georgia
6 (Patterson 9, 19, own goal 12, Barstow 46, 70, Krase 71) Alabama A&M 1 (Annan 31).
South Carolina 1 (Mattern 66) Duke 1 (Quinn 64) (OT).
(Duke wins 4-1 on penalties.)

Nov. 16 in West Lafayette, Ind.
Indiana 3
(Stewart 10, Moses 40, Arnold 108) Toledo 2 (Cornwell 76, Siwinski 85) (OT).
#2 Purdue 4 (Okoroafo 48, Forbes 78, Schroeder 82, Riverso 84) Oakland 0.

Nov. 16 in Tallahassee, Fla.
Samford 0 LSU 1
(Jones 107) (OT).
#3 Florida State 3 (Talonen 12, 15, 27) Kennesaw State 0.

Nov. 16 in Newton, Mass.
#4 Wake Forest 2
(Smerdzinski 7, Sadow 56) Boston Univ. 1 (Osher 50).
Boston College 0 Connecticut 0 (OT).
(Connecticut wins 5-4 on penalties.)

Nov. 16 in Palo Alto, Calif.
California 2 (Schrey 42, McKetty 72) Santa Clara 0.
#1 Stanford 7 (Press 1, 85, O'Hara 8, own goal 27, George 46, Stannard 79, Yuhas 87) Sacramento State 0.

Nov. 16 in University Park, Pa.
#1 Penn State 4
(Toney 18, 74, Aden-Buie 44, 64) Monmouth 0.
Hofstra 1 (Malone 53) Ohio State 0.

Nov. 16 in Morgantown, W. Va.
James Madison 2
(Lowry 50, Tisinger 51) Penn 0.
#4 West Virginia 4 (Banks 8, Everrett 50, 65, Bonilla 59) Navy 0.

Nov. 16 in Gainesville, Fla.
#3 Florida 3
(Findorff 61, 63, Harris 77) Miami (Fla.) 0.
Auburn 1 (King 88) UCF 3 (Thomas 10, 49, Martorana 45).

Nov. 16 in Columbia, Mo.
Missouri 1
(Collins 17) SE Missouri 1 (Alexander 43) (OT).
(Missouri wins 2-0 on penalties.)
#2 USC 3 (Rodriguez 46, Tomer 54, Brown 74) Creighton 0.

Nov. 16 in Boulder, Colo.
#2 Portland 5
(Chandhoke 31, Woznuk 41, Schmidt 60, 64, Enyeart 89) Denver 0.
Colorado 2 (DeSaverio 11, Hicks 61) Hawaii 0.

Nov. 16 in Knoxville, Tenn.
Clemson 4
(Jobe 49, Foster 53, 67, Bolt 56) Charlotte 2 (Beam 22, Ozimek 39).
#3 Tennessee 2 (Imgram 1, Rossi 16) Furman 0.

Nov. 16 in Charlottesville, Va.
#4 Virginia
4 (Krzysik 51, Quinn 56, Foley 74, Falk 89) Loyola (Md.) 1 (Ferraina 53).
William & Mary 2 (O'Connor 5, Zimmeck 60) Georgetown 1 (Jordan 76).

Nov. 16 in Los Angeles
Oklahoma State 2 (Strawser 47, Langdon 85) San Diego 1 (Mello 10).
#1 UCLA 3 (Larsen 5, DiMartino 8, M.Zerboni 35) Cal State Fullerton 1 (Murillo 84).

SECOND ROUND
Nov. 17 in College Station, Texas
#2 Texas A&M 2
(own goal 23, Albrecht 83) Texas 3 (Campanelli 54, Kennedy 72, Carpenter 79).

Nov. 18 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
#1 North Carolina 3
(Engen 17, Washington 55, Nogueira 61) UNC Greensboro 1 (Davis 75).

Nov. 18 in South Bend, Ind.
#4 Notre Dame 2 (Weissenhofer 27, own goal 44) Illinois 0.

Nov. 18 in Athens, Ga.
#3 Georgia 0 Duke 1 (Redmond 71).

Nov. 18 in West Lafayette, Ind.
#2 Purdue 0 Indiana 0 (OT).
(Indiana wins 4-3 on penalties.)

Nov. 18 in Tallahassee, Fla.

#3 Florida State 4 (Peltzer 21, van de Ven 67, pen. 74, Yamaguchi 75) LSU 0.

Nov. 18 in Newton, Mass.
#4 Wake Forest 0 Connecticut 1 (Eng 62).

Nov. 18 in Palo Alto, Calif.
#1 Stanford 1 (Stannard 35) California 1 (Morgan 89) (OT).
(Stanford wins 7-6 on penalties.)

Nov. 18 in Morgantown, W. Va.
#4 West Virginia (17-4-2) 2 (Banks 76, Everrett 76) James Madison 0.

Nov. 18 in Gainesville, Fla.
#3 Florida 0 UCF 0
(OT).
(Florida wins 4-3 on penalties.)

Nov. 16 in Columbia, Mo.
Missouri 0 #2 USC 1 (Nick 105) (OT)

Nov. 18 in Boulder, Colo.
Colorado 0 #2 Portland 1 (Schmidt 61).

Nov. 18 in Knoxville, Tenn.
#3 Tennessee 1 (Rossi 104) Clemson 0 (OT).

Nov. 18 in Charlottesville, Va.
#4 Virginia 1 (Krzysik 90) William & Mary 0.

Nov. 18 in Los Angeles
#1 UCLA 4 (Cheney 5, Adams 46, pen. 70, Larsen 105) Oklahoma State 0.

Nov. 19 in University Park, Pa.
#1 Penn State 2
(Bedesem 90, Schoepfer 92) Hofstra 1 (DeRosa 35) (OT).



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