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NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Scoreboard
November 30th, 2009 7AM

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[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).
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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)
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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.
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*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.)
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Nov. 14
1 *Stanford 2 (Press 1, Quon 89) BYU 0.
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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.)
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Nov. 12
BYU 2
(own goal 12, Vander Veur 39) UC Santa Barbara 0.
Stanford 2 (Press 55, 67) Northern Arizona 0.


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