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

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Top seed Oklahoma City rallied for two goals 11 seconds apart to beat Hastings, 2-1, the quarterfinals of the NAIA Men's National Championships. The Stars are joined by No. 2 seed Rio Grande, No. 14 Mt. Vernon Nazarene and unseeded Bethel (Tenn.). OCU meets Bethel in one semifinal, and Rio Grande faces Mt. Vernon Nazarene in a battle of Ohio teams. For all the quarterfinal results and semifinal schedule ...

RESULTS:
First Round
Dec. 1 in Fresno, Calif.
Rio Grande 2
(Nicholson 41, Fairhurst 60) Madonna 1 (Drai 75).
Mobile 7 (Diaz 19, Copes 27, 33, Ikungo 46, 52, 66, Wharf 54) Dana 0.
Mt. Vernon Nazarene 1 (Worrall 69) Lindsey Wilson 0.
Oklahoma City 2 (Jackson 52, Sheffield 53) Fresno Pacific 1 (Spieth 71).

Dec. 2
in Fresno, Calif.
Maine-Fort Kent 2 (Anderson 8, Williams 70) Notre Dame (Ohio) 2 (Holmes 14, 57).
Bethel (Tenn.) 2 (Smith 72, Obilo 84) Southern Nazarene 0.
Westmont (Calif.) 1 (Sargent 8) Baker 0.
Hastings 1 (Moran 61) Concordia (Ore.) 0.
 
Quarterfinals
Dec. 3 in Fresno, Calif.
Maine-Fort Kent 4 (Fairhurst 6, Lopes 50, 53, Brooks 75) Rio Grande 0.
Bethel (Tenn.) 3 (Vila Boa 58, Orozco 74, Smith 79) Mobile 0.
Mt. Vernon Nazarene 1 (Snoufer 3) Westmont 0.
Oklahoma City 2 (own goal 69, Hull 69) Hastings 1 (Nave 35).

SCHEDULE:
Dec. 5 in Fresno, Calif.
Semifinals
#1 Oklahoma City vs. Bethel (Tenn.)
#2 Rio Grande vs. #14 Mt. Vernon Nazarene

Dec. 6
Final
 



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