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SCOREBOARD: Small College Women
November 24th, 2008 8AM
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No. 1 Grand Valley State was knocked out of the NCAA Division II Women's Tournament. Unbeaten Williams heads the field for the NCAA Division III women's final four, while all the seeds advanced in the NAIA Women's Tournament. For all the weekend results ...

NCAA Division II Women

In the biggest upset of the weekend, top-ranked Grand Valley State's perfect season came to an end when the No. 1 Lakers fell Wisconsin-Parkside, 1-0 for their first loss at home in three years. Two days later, Parkside fell to Metro State, 1-0. Seattle Pacific, St. Rose and West Florida joined in the final four, which will take place Dec. 4-6 in Tampa.

RESULTS:
Third Round
Nov. 20
Seattle Pacific 1 Western Washington 0 (OT)
Truman 2 Texas A&M-Commerce 1
Nov. 21
Metro State 2 Regis 1 (OT)
Grand Valley State 0 Wisconsin-Parkside 1
St. Rose 3 Bridgeport 1
West Chester 0 Mercyhurst 1
Columbus State 1 Carson-Newman 0
West Florida 2 Rollins 0
Quarterfinals
Seattle Pacific 1 Truman 0
Metro State 1 Wisconsin-Parkside 0
West Florida 1 Columbus State 0
St. Rose 3 Mercyhurst 2

SCHEDULE:
Semifinals
Dec. 4 in Tampa
Seattle Pacific (20-1-2) vs. Metro State (20-1-3)
St. Rose (20-3-2) vs. West Florida (23-0-1)

PAST RESULTS:
First Round
Nov. 13

UC San Diego 1 BYU-Hawaii 0
Nov. 14
East Stroudsburg 4
West Virginia Wesleyan 0
Slippery Rock 4Bloomsburg 0
Minnesota State Mankato 3Colorado School of Mines 1
Regis 3 Augustana 0
Bridgeport 1Merrimack 0
Saint Rose 2  Georgian Court 0
Quincy 1 Tiffin 1
(Quincy wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Northern Kentucky 1 Rockhurst 0
Tampa 3 Saint Leo 2
Florida Tech 1Florida Southern 1
(Florida Tech wins 4-2 on penalties.)
Texas A&M-Commerce 1Nebraska-Omaha 0
West Texas A&M 1Washburn 2
Catawba 2Georgia College 1
UNC Pembroke 2 Pfeiffer 1
Cal State Dominguez Hills 2San Francisco State 1

Second Round
Nov. 15
Seattle Pacific 3UC San Diego 1
Nov. 16

West Chester 3 East Stroudsburg 2
Mercyhurst 3 Slippery Rock 0
Metro State 1 Minnesota State Mankato 0
Winona State 1 Regis 3
C.W. Post 0 Bridgeport 1
Franklin Pierce 0 Saint Rose 4

Grand Valley State 2 Quincy 0
Wisconsin-Parkside 1 Northern Kentucky 0

West Florida 2 Tampa 0
Rollins 4 Florida Southern 0

Central Missouri 0 Texas A&M-Commerce 2
Truman 1 Washburn 0

Columbus State 2 Catawba 0
Carson-Newman 1 UNC Pembroke 0

Western Washington 1 Cal State Dominguez Hills 0

NCAA Division III Women

No. 1 Williams moved into the NCAA Division III final four with a 2-0 win over Ithaca on goals by Gabrielle Woodson and Sara Wild. The Ephs will be joined by Messiah, William Smith and Wheaton (Ill.) at the final four, which will be held Dec. 5-6 in Greensboro, N.C.

RESULTS:
Third Round

Nov. 21
Wheaton (Ill.) 3 Washington (Mo.) 0
Carleton 1 Claremont M-S 0
Nov. 22
Williams 2 College of New Jersey 1
Messiah 4 Chicago 1
Amherst 1 Otterbein 0
Ithaca 2 Lynchburg 0
William Smith 3 Johns Hopkins 1
Eastern 1 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 0
Quarterfinals
Nov. 22
Wheaton (Ill.) 2 Carleton 1
Nov. 23
Williams 2 Ithaca 0
Messiah 2 Eastern 0
William Smith 1 Amherst 0

SCHEDULE:
Semifinals
Dec. 5 in Greensboro, N.C.
Wheaton (Ill.) (21-3-2) vs. Williams (19-0-1)
Messiah (22-0-2) vs. William Smith (16-1-5)

PAST RESULTS:
First Round
Nov. 13
Norwich 0 Husson 2
Carleton 2 St. Scholastica 0
Washington & Jefferson 1 Marywood 1
(Washington & Jefferson wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Nov. 14
Wheaton (Ill.) 3 Carroll (Wis.) 1
Wis.-Eau Claire 3 Carthage 0
Calvin 1 Mt. St. Joseph 0
Chicago  4 Wittenberg 0
Nov. 15
Wis.-Stevens Point 6  Edgewood 0
St. Thomas 1 Loras 1
(Loras wins 4-1 on penalties.)
Rowan 2 Oneonta St. 1
Eastern 1 Wheaton  (Mass.) 0
Amherst 4 Farmingdale St. 0
Springfield 1 Union (N.Y.) 0
Otterbein 1 Penn St.-Altoona 0
Denison 1 Centre 0
Johns Hopkins 1 Meredith 0
Va. Wesleyan 0 Richard Stockton 0
(Ill. Wesleyan wins 6-5 on penalties.)
Endicott 1 Nazareth 0
William Smith 2 Keuka 0
Skidmore 0 Western Conn. St. 0
(Western Conn St. wins 5-4 on penalties.)
TCNJ  1 Moravian 0
Ithaca 6 Westfield St. 0
Roger Williams 1 Rochester 0
Emory 3 St. Mary's  (Md.) 0
Lynchburg 3 Maryville (Tenn.) 0
Washington (Mo.) 3 Principia 0
Ill. Wesleyan 0 Rhodes 0
(Ill. Wesleyan wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Hardin-Simmons 0 Claremont-M-S 0
(Claremont-M-S wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Redlands 1 UC Santa Cruz 2
Second Round
Nov. 15
Chicago 0 Calvin 0
(Chicago wins 7-6 on penalties.)
Wheaton (Ill.) 0 Wis.-Eau Claire 0
(Wheaton, Ill., wins 3-1 on penalties.)
Nov. 16
Williams 3 Husson 0
Coll. of New Jersey 3 Western Conn. State 0
Ithaca 2 Roger Williams 0
Otterbein 2 Denison 0
Johns Hopkins 1 Va. Wesleyan 0
Messiah 6 Washington & Jefferson 0
Puget Sound 0 Carleton 1
Wis.-Stevens Point 2 Loras 0
Endicott 1 William Smith 1
(William Smith wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Washington (Mo.) 0 Ill. Wesleyan 0
(Washington wins 3-1 on penalties.)
Claremont-M-S 4 UC Santa Cruz 0
Lynchburg 1 Emory 0
Rowan 1 Eastern 2
Amherst 3 Springfield 0

NAIA Women

Top-seed Lindsey Wilson edged Siena Heights, 1-0, on a goal by Jamaican international Kimmia Parker to advance to the NAIA Women's Championship Dec. 1-6 in Daytona Beach, Fla. All the seeds won Saturday and will join host Embry-Riddle in the 16-team tournament.

RESULTS:
First Round
Nov. 22
#1 Lindsey Wilson 1 Siena Heights 0
#16 McKendree 1 Kansas Wesleyan 0
#9 Northwood 7 Maine-Fort Kent 0
#8 Graceland 4 Hastings 0
#5 Concordia (Ore.) 5 St. Ambrose 1
King 0 #12 Berry 0 (OT)
(Berry wins 5-4 on penalty kicks.)
#13 Cal State San Marcos 2 Benedictine 0
#4 Azusa Pacific 10 William Jessup 1
#3 Lee 3 Ohio Dominican 0
Dordt 1 #14 Park 1 (OT)
(Park wins 5-3 on penalty kicks.)
#11 Simon Fraser  1 Rocky Mountain 0
#6 Martin Methodist 2 Indiana Wesleyan 0
#7 Cal Baptist 2 Texas Wesleyan 0
#10 Trinity Christian 4 Houghton 0
#15 William Carey 3 Oklahoma City 2 (OT)



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