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Lewis & Clark aims to defend title
November 19th, 2009 8:45AM

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[NJCAA DIVISION I WOMEN] The NJCAA Division I women's national championships kick off Thursday with four quarterfinal games at Tyler Junior College, in Tyler, Texas.

Defending champion Lewis & Clark of Illinois is the top seed. The Trailblazers went 22-1-0 during their season.

Their only loss was to Navarro, 3-0. In that game, their three top players were hurt. Kaylee Neutzling didn't play, and Kelly Muesenfechter and Katya Hessel played sparingly.

Quarterfinals
Nov. 19

Game 1 - #2 Polk vs. #7 Johnson - 12 PM
Game 2 - #3 CCRI vs. #6 Paradise Valley - 2 PM
Game 3 - #1 Lewis & Clark vs. #8 Harford - 4 PM
Game 4 - #4 Tyler vs. #5 Schoolcraft - 6 PM



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