Join Now  | 
Home About Contact Us Privacy & Security Advertise
Soccer America Daily Soccer World Daily Special Edition Around The Net Soccer Business Insider College Soccer Reporter Youth Soccer Reporter Soccer on TV Soccer America Classifieds Game Report
Paul Gardner: SoccerTalk Soccer America Confidential Youth Soccer Insider World Cup Watch
RSS Feeds Archives Manage Subscriptions Subscribe
Order Current Issue Subscribe Manage My Subscription Renew My Subscription Gift Subscription
My Account Join Now
Tournament Calendar Camps & Academies Soccer Glossary Classifieds
NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Scoreboard
November 30th, 2009 7AM
Subscribe to Soccer America Daily

MOST READ

MOST COMMENTED

[COLLEGE]The 2009 Women's College Cup will be a repeat of last year's final four. UCLA completed the College Station field when it beat Portland, 2-1, on Saturday night.

QUARTERFINALS:
Schedule
Friday,Nov. 27
Florida State 0 Notre Dame 2 (Henderson 38, 39)
North Carolina 5(Nogueira 3, 57, 60, Jones 23, Klingenberg 41) Wake Forest 2 (Fountain 56, Winslow 73).
Stanford 3 (O'Hara 2, 26, Press 78) Boston College 1(Bouchelle 1).
Saturday,Nov. 28
UCLA 2
(Wright 30, Cheney 34) Portland 1 (Foxhoven 2).
----------------------------------------------------------------------

SEMIFINALS:
Friday, Dec. 4 in College Station, Texas
1 North Carolina
(21-3-1) vs. 2 Notre Dame (21-3-1)
1 Stanford (24-0-0) vs. 1 UCLA (20-2-1)
----------------------------------------------------------------------

THIRD ROUND:
Results
Friday, Nov. 20
South Carolina 0 Wake Forest 1 (Harrington 90).
Florida State 2(Switzer 65, Price 108) Texas A&M 1 (Shipley 55) (OT).
Boston College 1 (Knowlton 64) Wisconsin 0.
Notre Dame 1 (Augustin 62) Oregon State 0.
Stanford 1 (Noyola 38) Santa Clara 0.
UCLA 3(Cook 3, Leroux 41, 88) Virginia 0.
Portland 4(Foxhoven 4, 14, Chandhoke 10, 34) Virginia Tech 1(Johnson 6).
Saturday, Nov. 21
North Carolina 1 (Nogueira 82)Maryland 0.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

*Regional host.

SECOND ROUND:
Results
Nov. 15
1 *North Carolina 4 (Jones 9, Heath 27, Klingenberg 79, Bronze 82)Georgia 0.
1 *Florida State 3 (Price 34, McCarty 41, Pressley 74) California 0.
1 *UCLA 5 (Wright 8, Cheney 18, Leroux 29, 58, Cook 53)San Diego State 0.
2 *Portland 2 (Kreminski 55, 89) Washington 1 (Kasser 56).
2 *Notre Dame 6 (Henderson 3, 21, 34, 66, Augustin 62, Vandergenugten 89) Central Michigan 1(Gerst 56).
2 *Boston College 2 (Crutchfield 32, G.DiMartino 68) Connecticut 0.
2 *South Carolina 1(Jacobs 36) Rutgers 0.
3 Florida 0 Oregon State 1 (Ingalls 99) (OT)
*Wisconsin 1 (Carlson 45) 3 UCF 0.
3 *Wake Forest 3(Hutchinson 21, Luckhurst 25, Berry 35)West Virginia 0.
*Dayton 1(Giner 80) 3 Virginia Tech 3 (Gray 6, 66, Conheeney 60).
4 *LSU 1 (Clarke pen. 68) Texas A&M 1 (Peterson 66).
(Texas A&M wins 4-2 on penalties.)
4 *Maryland 1 (Spencer 33) Washington State 0.
4 Penn State 2(Rosenbluth 21, Schaefer 37) Virginia 6(Alwine 60, Farrelly 65, C.Miller 73, 76, Hollenberg 76, Lenczyk 80).
4 *Santa Clara 1(Angeli 13)Oklahoma State 1 (Langdon 47).
(Santa Clara wins 6-5 on penalties.)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Nov. 14
1 *Stanford 2(Press 1, Quon 89)BYU 0.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

FIRST ROUND:
Results
Nov. 13
1 *North Carolina 1(Bronze 68) High Point 0.
1 *Florida State 4
(Price 1, 14, Stephan 28, Hupp 44) Southeastern La. 1(Cooper 20).
1 *UCLA 7(Leroux 13, 16, 48, 52, Cheney 24, 60, Zadro 87) Boise State 1(Fitzgerald 7).
2 *Boston College 1(Caldwell 46) Harvard 0.
2 *South Carolina 4 (Jacobs 29, Grimsley 51, 55, Diaz-Matosas 55) Davidson 0.
2 *Notre Dame 5(Henderson 8, 54, Ford 40, Vandergenungten 54, Jantsch 86) IUPUI 0.
2 *Portland 4(Schmidt 25, Foxhoven 33, Johnson 60, Brooke 70)Denver 0.
3 UCF 3(Whidden 17, 63, Brandt 76) Milwaukee 0.
3 Florida 2(Annis 58, Barney 65)Illinois State 0
3 *Wake Forest 2(Luckhurst 2, 15) Kennesaw State 0
4 *LSU 7(Rutledge 3, 7, 50, Murphy 58, 62, Alexander 62, Yepez 70)Arkansas-Pine Bluff 0.
4 *Maryland 4(Baker 10, Hubka 54, Deegan 71, Mooney 84) Monmouth 0.
4 *Penn State 5(Schoepfer 18, 39, 58, Toney 61, Molinda 73) Colgate 0
4 *Santa Clara 1 (Patton 92)Michigan State 0 (OT).
California 2 (Morgan 33, Kevorkian 98) Auburn 1 (Havron 59) (OT).
Central Michigan 2(own goal 45, Toth 55) Purdue 0.
Connecticut 1 (Taylor 108) Boston Univ. 0 (OT).
*Dayton 0 Marquette 0.
(Dayton wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Georgia 3 (Miller 28, 56, Patterson 55) UNC Wilmington 0.
*Ohio State 1(own goal 20)Oregon State 3(Wetzel 28, 60, Peck 38).
Oklahoma State 0 USC 0.
(Oklahoma State wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Rutgers 2 (Dumont 42, Price 75) Duke 0
San Diego State 1(Walker 38) San Diego 0.
Texas A&M 3(Mautz 6, Hooper 12, 26)Memphis 1 (Berra 17).
Virginia 0 St. John's 0.
(Virginia wins 3-1 on penalties.)
Virginia Tech 2(Gray 14, Harvey 36)Murray State 0.
Washington 1 (Deines 46) Mississippi 0.
Washington State 1(Fox 74) Villanova 0.
West Virginia 2 (Blank 2, McCarthy 37)Loyola (Md.) 0.
*Wisconsin 1
(Williams) Arizona State 1 (Sanchez 71).
(Wisconsin wins 4-3 on penalties.)
------------------------------------------------------------
Nov. 12
BYU 2
(own goal 12, Vander Veur 39)UC Santa Barbara 0.
Stanford 2 (Press 55, 67) Northern Arizona 0.


No comments yet.

Sign in to leave a comment. Don't have an account? Join Now




AUTHORS

ARCHIVES
FOLLOW SOCCERAMERICA

Recent Soccer America Daily
NWSL: Heath and Long head MVP finalists    
Tobin Heath and Allie Long, teammates on the regular-season champion Portland Thorns and the U.S. national ...
What They're Saying: Thomas Tuchel    
"Today we wanted to see if we could play with the same pace, the same tempo, ...
MLS Retirement: Concussions end Wahl's journey    
After suffering two concussions in 2016, Columbus Crew defender Tyson Wahl intends to retire at the ...
MLS Moves: Union's Barnetta will return to Switzerland    
Swiss international Tranquillo Barnetta, 31, will leave the Philadelphia Union at the end of the 2016 ...
CCL: Good night for MLS clubs in Central America    
The New York Red Bulls clinched a berth in the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League quarterfinals for ...
Crowd Count: NWSL attendance jumps 10 percent    
Once again, the Portland Thorns led the NWSL in average attendance with a record 16,945 fans ...
What They're Saying: Carli Lloyd    
"People are only talking about the kneeling aspect of it. I think it becomes more of ...
MLS Moves: Dempsey will not play again in 2016    
The Sounders have shut down Clint Dempsey. General manager and president of soccer Garth Lagerwey announced ...
MLS Expansion: Atlanta United names Martino head coach    
The track record of high-profile international coaches in MLS isn't so good: Carlos Alberto Parreira, Carlos ...
Video Pick: James Corden comically coaches Arsenal    
James Corden, of "The Late Late Show" and "Carpool Karaoke" fame, takes charge of Arsenal for ...
>> Soccer America Daily Archives