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SCOREBOARD: NCAA Division I Women
November 17th, 2008 8AM
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The four No. 1 and No. 2 regional seeds all moved into the third round of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Top-ranked Notre Dame needed a late goal to beat Michigan State, 1-0, in the second round. Two other No. 1 seeds, North Carolina and Stanford, won their second-round games in convincing fashion. UCLA's game against San Diego was postponed until Monday night because of the poor air quality in the Los Angeles area. For all the results and schedules ...

RESULTS:
Second Round
Nov. 15
BYU 1(Willis 61) USC1 (Nick 17) (OT).
(USC wins 3-2 on penalties.)
Nov. 16
Notre Dame 1 (Augustin 72) Michigan State 0.
Minnesota 2 (Rouse 1, Schwartz 13) South Dakota State 0.
Boston College 4 (Wirth 17, Cerrone 32, Wilson-Byrne 44, Menicholas 72) Northeastern 0.
Auburn 0 Florida State 1 (Price 38).
Portland 2 (Foxhoven 11, Schmidt pen. 80) Texas 0.
Wake Forest 0 James Madison 1 (Bowers 81).
Stanford 5 (O'Hara 35, Heath 39, Levin 42, Press 65, Redman 78) Kansas 0.
Rutgers 0 Oklahoma State 0 (OT).
(Rutgers wins 4-2 on penalties.)
Duke 1 (Gummersall 7) William & Mary 0.
Virginia 3 (Fries 12, Kistner 43, Alwine 44) West Virginia 2 (Everrett 46, 63).
Florida 2 (Thompson 45, Kerns 77) UCF 0.
Texas A&M 3 (Robinson 26, Balaguer 57, Hooper 68) Washington 1 (Cearnal 27).
Missouri 1 (Stipetich 73) Illinois 1 (Nweke 55) (OT).
(Illinois wins 4-3 on penalties.)
North Carolina 4 (Wood 33, Jones 46, 50, Long 89) Charlotte 0.
UCLA-San Diego (postponed-unsafe air)

First Round
Nov. 13

BYU 2 (Christiansen 39, Larkin 77) Virginia Tech 0.
USC 2 (Currier 50, Nick 63) Boston Univ. 0.
Nov. 14
Notre Dame 5 (Dew 7, Augustin 13, 16, Henderson 36, Iantorno 77) Toledo 2 (Cornwell 23, Lynn 89).
Michigan State 2 (Heyboer 9, 73) Milwaukee 1 (own goal 86).
Minnesota 2 (Hood 8, Rezac 15) Marquette 1 (McBride 74).
Colorado 0 South Dakota State 1 (Farrell 13).
Boston College 3 (Hiler 43, Knowlton 47, Wirth 56) Central Conn. State 0.
Northeastern 2 (Matthews 21, 71) Harvard 2 (Hagner 36, Wylie 55).
(Northeastern wins 3-2 on penalties.)
Auburn 2 (Kasten 22, Prescott 69) Belmont 0.
Florida State 7 (McCarty 7, Talonen 11, 26, Lancos 50, Switzer 61, Pressley 63, Kazbour 65) Mississippi Valley 0.
Portland 6 (Schmidt 2, 58, M.Rapinoe 28, Kreminski 40, 83, McCluskie 59) Northern Arizona 1 (Bauder 57).
Texas 1 (Anderson 52) Washington State 0.
Georgia 0 James Madison 1(own goal 57).
Wake Forest 2 (Hutchinson 32, Harrington 78) Morehead State 0.
Oklahoma State 1 (Strawser 54) Fairfield 0.
Rutgers 2 (Jones 73, Edwards 104) Penn State 1 (Schoepfer 38) (OT).
Kansas 2 (Williams 13, McCabe 45) Denver 1 (Hemmings 49).
Stanford 2 (Press 52, Falk 79) UC Santa Barbara 0.
UCLA 5 (Zerboni 3, 20, 54, Cheney 59, Lang 72) Fresno State 0.
San Diego 1 (Kirk 81) Long Beach State 0.
Duke 5 (Kreger 4, Gummersall 8, Redmond 41, Alukonis 67, Allen 76) Radford 1 (Vergara 62).
William & Mary 3 (Collins 34, Zimmeck 78, 93) South Carolina 2 (Jacobs 38, Monteiro 60) (OT).
West Virginia 2 (Henderson 11 Miller 26) Princeton 1 (Om 88).
Virginia 2 (Farrelly 26, Rostedt 58) Army 0.
Florida 2 (Kerns 16, Abdullah 51) California 1 (Richardson 4).
UCF 3 (Dos Santos 32, 65, Halbert 38) Miami (Fla.) 1(Rickers 22).
Washington 3  (Deines 61, Perez 83, Robison 95) LSU 2 (Rutledge 52, Jones 58) (OT).
Texas A&M 5 (Shipley 8, West 15, Herrera 53, Wohlers 72, Harding 83) Texas State 2 (Michaud 79, 88).
Missouri 2 (Collins 4, Ruff 34) Evansville  0.
Illinois 1 (Hilbrands 103) Memphis 0(OT).
Charlotte 2 (Dumencich 51, Czaplicki 69) Tennessee 0.
North Carolina 5 (Nogueira 9, McDonald 15, Hawkins 54, Pfankuch 61, Boneparth 83) Western Carolina 0.

SCHEDULE:
Second Round
Nov. 17
1-UCLA (19-0-2) vs. San Diego (15-4-3)

Third Round

Nov. 21, 22 or 23
1-Notre Dame (23-0-0) vs. Minnesota (22-3-0)
2-Florida St. (16-2-3) vs.  3-Boston College (15-5-2)
2-Portland (19-1-0) vs. James Madison (14-6-2)
1-Stanford (20-1-1) vs. Rutgers (14-6-1)
UCLA-San Diego winner vs. 4-USC (17-4-1)
2-Virginia (15-4-3) vs. 3-Duke (14-5-3)
2-Florida (19-3-1) vs. 3-Texas A&M (17-4-1)
1-North Carolina (21-1-2) vs. Illinois (13-8-1)



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