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November 28th, 2007 8AM
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Vermont, unbeaten in its last eight games since starting the season at 4-9-0, will look to knock off top-ranked Connecticut Wednesday night when they meet in Storrs. The Catamounts won when they last met their former Yankee Conference rival in the NCAA Tournament in 1989.

Midwest powers Creighton and SMU will also meet for the fourth time in the NCAA Tournament when they face off in Omaha.

UCLA will travel to Santa Clara looking to end the Broncos' 17-game unbeaten streak. It's the fifth time they met in the NCAA Tournament.

History isn't on No. 2 seed Wake Forest in its match with Furman. The Paladins have won both previous meetings with the Demon Deacons in the NCAA Tournament.

SECOND ROUND
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 28
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)
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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)
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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)
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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)

FIRST ROUND
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.)

SATURDAY, Nov. 24
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.



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