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TOURNAMENT CENTRAL: Women's Conferences
October 30th, 2008 8AM
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Conference tournament play began Wednesday with a play-in game in the Horizon League. Valparaiso held a 29-6 advantage in shots but fell to Youngstown State, 5-4, in shootout after they played to a 0-0 tie following 100 minutes of action. For all of this week's conference tournament schedules ...

AMERICA EAST
Quarterfinals
Oct. 30
#3 New Hampshire (6-10-1) vs. #6 Binghamton (7-8-1)
#4 Hartford (8-5-4) vs. #5 Maine (6-5-6)
Nov. 2
#1 Boston University (13-5-1) vs. Hartford-Maine winner
#2 Stony Brook (10-7-0) vs. New Hampshire-Binghamton winner

Regular-season champion: Boston Univ.

BIG EAST
First Round
Oct. 30
#5A Pittsburgh vs. #4N Louisville   
#5N Cincinnati vs. $4A St. John's
Quarterfinal
Nov. 2
#1A West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh-Louisville winner   
#2N Georgetown vs. #3A Connecticut   
#1N Notre Dame vs. Cincinnati-St. John's winner   
#2A Marquette vs. #3N Rutgers   
Semifinals
Nov. 7 in South Bend, Ind.
Final
Nov. 9 in South Bend, Ind.

HORIZON
First Round
Oct. 29
Valparaiso 0 Youngstown State 0
(Youngstown State wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Quarterfinals
Nov. 2
#1 Loyola (Ill.) vs. #9 Valparaiso
#4 Butler vs. #5 Detroit                   
#3 Wright State vs. #6 Cleveland State         
#2 Milwaukee vs. #7 Green Bay     
Semifinals
Nov. 7 at site TBD
Final
Nov. 9 at site TBD

Regular-season champions: Loyola (Ill.), Milwaukee

MID-AMERICAN
Quarterfinals
Nov. 2       
Semifinals
Nov. 7 at site TBD
Final
Nov. 9 at site TBD

Regular-season champion: Toledo

SOUTHERN
Quarterfinals
Nov. 2       
Semifinals
Nov. 7 in Mt. Pleasant, S.C.
Final
Nov. 9 in Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

Regular-season champion:
UNC Greensboro

UNITED SOCCER
Semifinals
Nov. 1 in Farmville, Va.
#1 Utah Valley vs. #4 NJIT
#2 Longwood vs. #3 Howard
Final
Nov. 3 in Farmville, Va.

Regular-season champion: Utah Valley






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