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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Schedule
November 30th, 2007 8AM
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For the second year in a row, unseeded Old Dominion has won two games to advance to the round of 16 in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament. The only other holdovers from last year's Sweet 16 that are still alive are all seeds: No. 2 Wake Forest, No. 7 Santa Clara No. 10 Notre Dame, No 12 UC Santa Barbara No. 13 Maryland. Play resumes with two games Saturday and six on Sunday.

THIRD ROUND
SATURDAY, Dec. 1
7-Santa Clara (16-1-4)vs. 10-Notre Dame (13-4-5)
13-Maryland (10-5-5) vs. Bradley (15-5-4)

SUNDAY, Dec. 2
2-Wake Forest (18-2-2) vs.15-West Virginia (14-5-2)
3-Connecticut (19-2-1)vs. South Florida (14-5-2)
5-Ohio State (14-3-5) vs.12-UC Santa Barbara (13-3-4)
8-Creighton (12-2-5) vs.UIC (12-5-6)
11-Virginia Tech (12-3-5) vs. Old Dominion (14-6-3)
Massachusetts (15-7-1) vs. Central Conn. State (10-8-3)

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.


SECOND ROUND
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 28
1-Boston College 1 (Bedoya 18) Massachusetts 2(Hogan 51, DeSantis 85).
16-Tulsa 2(McInnes 21, Goddard pen. 86)Central Conn. State 3(Klukowski 23, Rundquist 48, Smith 81).
9-Northwestern 0 UIC 2(Stoll 72, Sarachan 90).
8-Creighton 3(Bohnenkamp 6, Gotsmanov 37, Travis 87) SMU 0.
5-Ohio State 1(Magill 53) Louisville 0.
12-UC Santa Barbara 1(J.Curry 10)Washington 0.
13-Maryland 0Loyola (Md.) 0 (OT).
(Maryland wins 4-2 on penalties.)
4-Indiana 1(Mellencamp 2) Bradley 1(Brust 69) (OT).
(Bradley wins 5-4 on penalties.)
3-Connecticut 2 (Arad 1, White 50) Vermont 0.
14-Akron 0 South Florida 1(Marshall 102) (OT).
11-Virginia Tech 3(Nason 25, Campbell 56, 85)California 2 (Ayala-Hil 59, 90).
6-Brown 1 (Davies 49) Old Dominion 2 (Kulp 12, Emmanuel 107) (OT).
7-Santa Clara 3(Hatzke 24, McCarthy 79, Ogunbiyi 80) UCLA 1(Zaher 38).
10-Notre Dame 2(Yoshinaga 36, Lapira 57) Oakland 1(Osnes 66).
15-West Virginia 1 (Stratford 50) Virginia 0.
2-Wake Forest 1(Valentin 23) Furman 0.



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