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SCOREBOARD: Small College Men
November 24th, 2008 8AM
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Tampa came back from two goals down and won, 3-2, at Tusculum to reach the NCAA Division II men's final four it will host Dec. 4-6. Amherst knocked off top-ranked Texas (Trinity), 1-0, while Stevens Institute eliminated defending champion Middlebury in a shootout in the NCAA Division III men's quarterfinals. Five seeded teams fell in the opening round the NAIA Men's Tournament. For all the weekend results ...

NCAA Division II Men

Lister Warren scored in overtime to complete a remarkable comeback by Tampa, which beat Tusculum, 3-2, and moved into the NCAA Division II men's final four, which it will host Dec. 4-6 at Pepin Stadium. The Spartans overcame a two-goal deficit at Tusculum and drew even on goals by Ryan Griffin and Dan Ingvarsson. Cal State Dominguez Hills, Dowling and Northern Kentucky will join UT in the final four.

RESULTS:
Quarterfinals
Nov. 22
Millersville 0 Northern Kentucky 0 (OT)
(Northern Kentucky wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Cal State Dominguez Hills 2Midwestern State 1
Nov. 23
Tampa 3 Tusculum 2 (OT)
Dowling 1 Mass.-Lowell 0 (OT)

SCHEDULE:
Semifinals
Dec. 4 in Tampa
Tampa (16-3-1) vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills (17-2-4)
Northern Kentucky (16-2-4) vs. Dowling (17-3-0)

PAST RESULTS:
Preliminary Round

Nov. 12
Carson-Newman 3 Francis Marion 4 (OT)
Limestone 2 Lander 1

First Round
Nov. 13
Fort Lewis 1 Metro St. 0
Midwestern State 2 Incarnate Word 1
Cal State Dominguez Hills 3 Notre Dame de Namur 0
Sonoma State 1. Cal State L.A. 1
(Cal State Los Angeles wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Nov. 14
Franklin Pierce 1 LeMoyne 0
Mass.-Lowell 3 Molloy 2
Millersville 3 California (Pa.) 0
Slippery Rock 1 East Stroudsburg 0
Lees-McRae 2  Limestone 1
Tusculum 3 Francis Marion 1
Lynn 5 West Florida 2
Tampa 1 Montevallo 0
Rockhurst 0 Lewis 0
(Lewis wins 4-1 on penalties.)
Northern Kentucky 3 Ashland 2

Second Round
Nov. 15
Cal State Dominguez Hills 4 Cal State Los Angeles 0
Midwestern St. 5 Fort Lewis 0
Nov. 16
Southern N.H. 1 Mass.-Lowell 2
Dowling 3 Franklin Pierce 1
Millersville 3 Slippery Rock 0
Lynn 2 Tampa 3
Tusculum 2  Lees-McRae 0
Northern Kentucky 0 Lewis 0
(Northern Kentucky wins 4-3 on penalties.)

NCAA Division III Men

Amherst knocked off top-ranked Texas (Trinity), 1-0, on a goal by Jake Dukerin the 87th minute, while Stevens Institute eliminated defending champion Middlebury in a shootout. Messiah shocked Christopher Newport, 2-1.  J.D. Binger scored the tying goal in the 89th minute, and Ben Pezon struck the winning goal in the 103rd minute. Loras got two goals apiece from Miguel Bonilla and Justin McCord and defeated Ohio Northern, 4-1, to complete the NCAA Division III Men's final four field for the final Dec. 5-6 in Greensboro, N.C.

RESULTS:
Third Round
Nov. 22
Middlebury 1 Carleton 0
Swarthmore 0 Amherst 1
Trinity (Texas) 2 Ohio Wesleyan 1
Loras 2 Augsburg 1
Christopher Newport 2 Emory 0
Johns Hopkins 0 Stevens Institute 0
Ohio Northern 2 Hobart 1
Messiah 1 Montclair State 0

Quarterfinals
Nov. 23
Loras 4 Ohio Northern 1
Amherst 1 Trinity (Texas) 0
Christopher Newport 1 Messiah 2 (OT)
Middlebury 1 Stevens Institute 1
(Stevens Institute wins 4-3 on penalties.)

SCHEDULE:
Semifinals
Dec. 5 in Greensboro, N.C.
Messiah (20-2-2) vs. Loras (20-4-1)
Amherst (15-3-3) vs. Stevens Institute (18-2-4)

PAST RESULTS:
First Round
Nov. 13

Westminster (Pa.) 2 Hunter  0
N.C. Wesleyan 4 Va. Wesleyan 3 (OT)
Wis-Platteville 1 Wartburg 0
Ithaca 0 Johns Hopkins 1 (OT)
Texas-Tyler  4 Dallas 0
Whitworth 1 Augsburg 1 (OT)
(Augsburg wins 4-2 on penalties.)
Nov. 14
Ohio Wesleyan 1 Susquehanna 0 (OT)
Carnegie-Mellon 3 Calvin 0
Nov. 15
Rochester 2 Castleton St. 0
Messiah 2 Medaille 1
Richard Stockton 8 St. Joseph's (N.Y.) 0
Christopher Newport 3 Drew 1
Loras 2 Greenville 0
Dominican (Ill.) 3 Rose-Hulman 1
Wheaton (Ill.) 1 Ohio Northern 4
Carroll (Wis.) 3 Wittenberg 2
Hobart 2 Cabrini 0
Cortland State 1 Misericordia 0
Middlebury 0 Framingham St. 0
(Middlebury wins 4-1 on penalties.)
Norwich 1 Clark 0
Rhode Island Col. 0 Babson 0
(Rhode Island Col. wins 3-1 on penalties.)
Stevens Institute 1 RPI 0
Amherst 0 Western New England 0
(Amherst wins 4-2 on penalties.)
St. Lawrence 3 MIT 2
Swarthmore 2  Rutgers-Camden 0
Dickinson 1 Salisbury 0

Second Round
Nov. 15
Richard Stockton 0 Christopher Newport 3
Loras 1 Dominican (Ill.) 0
Ohio Northern 2 Carroll (Wis.) 1
Ohio Wesleyan 3 Carnegie-Mellon 0
Nov. 16
Hobart 1 Cortland State 0
Middlebury 1 Norwich 0
Rochester 0 Messiah 1
Montclair State 1 Westminster (Pa.) 0
York 0 Johns Hopkins 0
(Johns Hopkins wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Swarthmore 1 Dickinson 0
Emory 1 N.C. Wesleyan 1
(Emory wins 3-2 on penalties.)
Carleton 1 Wis.-Platteville 0
Amherst 1 St. Lawrence 0
Stevens Institute 2 Rhode Island Col. 0
Redlands 0 Augsburg 1
Trinity (Texas) 2 Texas-Tyler 0

NAIA Men

St. Ambrose was the highest seed to lose in the opening round of the NAIA men's tournament when the No. 4 seed Bees fell to Dana, 3-1, on a hat trick by Travis Barton. The winners advance the 50th annual NAIA National Men's Championship Dec. 1-6 at Fresno Pacific.

RESULTS:
First Round
Nov. 22
#1 Oklahoma City 6 McPherson 1
#9 Concordia (Calif.) 3 Concordia (Ore.) 3 (OT)
(Concordia, Ore., wins 9-8 on penalties.)
#8 Hastings 1 Hannibal-LaGrange 1 (OT)
(Hastings wins 4-2 on penalties.)
Bethel (Tenn.) 3 #5 Bellevue 0
#12 Southern Nazarene 2 Lambuth 1
Mobile 3 #13 Texas-Brownsville 0
#4 St. Ambrose 1 Dana 3
#3 Lindsey Wilson 6 King 0
#14 Mount Vernon Nazarene 2 Lee 0
#11 Westmont 3 Holy Names 2 (OT)
Baker 1 #6 Park 0 (OT)
#7 Notre Dame (Ohio) 6 Judson 1
#10 Maine-Fort Kent 1 Northwood 1 (OT)
(Maine-Fort Kent wins 3-1 on penalties.)
#15 Madonna 2 Grand View 1
#2 Rio Grande 2 Bethel (Ind.) 1



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