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SCOREBOARD: NAIA Women's National Championship
December 3rd, 2008 8AM

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Trinity Christian of Illinois pulled the biggest upset of the day at the NAIA Women's National Championships with a 1-0 win over No. 7 seed Cal Baptist in Daytona Beach, Fla. Freshman Allison Doyle scored less than two minutes into the contest for the Trolls, who are making their first ever appearance in the nationals. They are the only lower seed in this year's tournament to defeat a higher seed. For all the results and goal scorers ...
 
RESULTS:
Dec. 1
Lindsey Wilson 3 (Christensen 26, Houliston 40, Parker 90) McKendree 0.
Concordia (Ore.) 2 (Saldivar 73, Tebbs 109) Berry (Ga.) 1 (Frost 53).
Azusa Pacific (Calif.) 3 (Yoro 9, 31, Broad 86) Cal State San Marcos 0.
Lee 4 (Chase 6, 55, Achten 17, Christens 55) Park 0.

Dec. 2
Graceland 2 (Vega 3, Phillips 12) Northwood 1 (Salguero 50).
Martin Methodist 1 (Walter 33) Simon Fraser 0.
Trinity Christian 1 (Doyle 2) Cal Baptist 0.
William Carey 3 (Steffen 11, 77, Johnson 59) Embry-Riddle 1 (Johansson 11).

SCHEDULE:
Dec. 3
Quarterfinals
#4 Azusa Pacific vs. #5 Concordia (Ore.)
#3 Lee vs. #6 Martin Methodist
#1 Lindsey Wilson vs. #8 Graceland
#10 Trinity Christian vs. #15 William Carey

Dec. 5
Semifinals

Dec. 6
Final




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