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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Results
November 26th, 2007 8AM



Only four teams won on the road in the first round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament: UIC (shootout win at Saint Louis), Vermont (shootout win at Dartmouth), Central Connecticut State (3-2 over Harvard) and Oakland (2-1 at Michigan State)

FRIDAY, Nov. 23
Massachusetts 2 (Amick 24, Jejna 67) Boston Univ. 1 (Puerta 87).
California 2
(Jacobson 33, Wiedeman 102) UC Davis 1 (Amarikwa 75) (OT).
Washington 1 (Allen pen. 86) Portland 0.
Virginia 3 (LaBauex 51, Murphy 77, Tierney 84) St. Peter's 1 (Constantino 30).
Louisville 1 (Jonke 28) Duke 0.
South Florida 2 (Devenish 19, Y.Marshall 72) Colgate 1 (Volk 54).
Saint Louis 0 UIC 0 (OT).
(UIC wins 6-5 on penalties.)

SMU 1 (Guarda pen. 76) Gonzaga 0.
Harvard 2 (Stamatis 37, Akpan 77) Central Conn. State 3 (Smith 22, Cooper 53, Klukowski 84).
Bradley 2 (Brust 61, Bigelow 83) DePaul 0.
Loyola (Md.) 2 (Dines 23, Bannister 41) Liberty 0.
Dartmouth 1 (Keat pen. 1) Vermont 1 (Tobin pen. 90) (OT).
(Vermont wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Furman 2 (Davis 36, Cekic 90) Campbell 0.
UCLA 1 (Nakazawa 88) New Mexico 0.
Michigan State 1 (DeMartin 80) Oakland 2 (Nowak 39, St. Louis 46).
Old Dominion 1 (Emmanuel 67) Providence 0.

1-Boston College (15-4-1) vs. Massachusetts (14-7-1)
16-Tulsa (15-2-2) vs. Central Conn. State (9-8-3)
9-Northwestern (12-4-3) vs. UIC (11-5-6)
8-Creighton (11-2-5) vs. SMU (14-4-2)
5-Ohio State (13-3-5) vs. Louisville (11-6-4)
12-UC Santa Barbara (12-3-4) vs. Washington (9-7-4)
13-Maryland (10-5-4) vs. Loyola (Md.) (19-3-0)
4-Indiana (13-4-4) vs. Bradley (15-5-3)
3-Connecticut (18-2-1) vs. Vermont (9-9-3)
14-Akron (15-3-2) vs. South Florida (13-5-2)
11-Virginia Tech (11-3-5) vs. California (12-5-2)
6-Brown (15-1-1) vs. Old Dominion (13-6-3)
7-Santa Clara (15-1-4) vs. UCLA (9-8-3)
10-Notre Dame (12-4-5) vs. Oakland (12-6-3)
15-West Virginia (13-5-2) vs. Virginia (12-7-2)
2-Wake Forest (17-2-2) vs. Furman (19-3-0)

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