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SCOREBOARD: NCAA Division I Women
November 20th, 2008 8AM
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Play resumes in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament with eight games this weekend. It begins Friday when No. 1 regional seeds Notre Dame and Stanford host unseeded Minnesota and Rutgers, respectively. For all the results and schedules ...

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

PAST RESULTS:
Second Round
Nov. 15
BYU 1 (Willis 61) USC 1 (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.
Nov. 17
UCLA 1 (own goal 73) San Diego 0.

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.

 

 



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