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CROWD COUNT: Men's First Round
November 27th, 2007 8AM

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California lived up to its reputation as one of the best NCAA Division I Men's Tournament hosts when it drew 3,479 fans Friday afternoon in Berkeley for its 2-1 win over UC Davis in their first-round game. A crowd of 2,034 turned out at Dartmouth's new Burnham Field, one of the most fan-friendly facilities in New England, to watch the Big Green fall to Vermont in a doozy (penalty kicks in the first and last minutes followed by a shootout). SMU drew only 232 fans on a rainy evening to watch the Mustangs edge Gonzaga.

ATT. FIRST-ROUND GAME
3,479 California-UC Davis
2,034 Dartmouth-Vermont
1,270 Virginia-St. Peter's
1,193 Saint Louis-UIC
1,129 Bradley-DePaul
1,125 Washington-Portland
928 South Florida-Colgate
902 Loyola (Md.)-Liberty
896 Michigan State-Oakland
828 Louisville-Duke
773 Furman-Campbell
703 Old Dominion-Providence
625 UCLA-New Mexico
484 Massachusetts-Boston Univ.
232 SMU-Gonzaga
*Harvard-Central Conn. State
*No attendance announced



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