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SCOREBOARD: NAIA Women's National Championship
December 4th, 2008 7AM

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Top seed Lindsey Wilson moved into the semifinals of the NAIA Women's National Championships with a 1-0 win over previously unbeaten Graceland in Daytona Beach, Fla. Jamaican international Kimmia Parker scored the lone goal for the Blue Raiders, who are joined by No. 3 Lee, No. 5 Concordia (Ore.) and No. 10 Trinity Christian in Friday's semifinals. For all the results and goal scorers ...
 
RESULTS:
First Round
Dec. 1
Lindsey Wilson 3
(Christensen 26, Houliston 40, Parker 90) McKendree 0.
Concordia (Ore.) 2 (Saldivar 73, Tebbs 109) Berry 1 (Frost 53).
Azusa Pacific 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).

Quarterfinals
Dec. 3
Concordia (Ore.) 2
(Pronovost 39, 92) Azusa Pacific 1 (Brotherton 87) (OT).
Lee 1 (Christensen 82) Martin Methodist 1 (O'Donnell 84) (OT).
(Lee wins 4-2 on penalties.)
Lindsey Wilson 1 (Parker 78) Graceland 0.
Trinity Christian 2 (Prins 15, Comerouski 38) William Carey 1 (Nino 52).

SCHEDULE
Dec. 5
Semifinals
#1 Lindsey Wilson vs. #5 Concordia (Ore.) #3 Lee vs.  #10 Trinity Christian

Dec. 6
Final



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