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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Scoreboard
November 30th, 2009 7AM
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Five of the top six seeds are still alive in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament. Midwest teams Akron,Drake and Tulsa and Pac-10 champion UCLA joined four ACC teams in advancing to the quarterfinals.

ROUND OF 16
Schedule
Nov. 29
Akron 2 (Bunbury 28, Ampaipitakwong 37) Stanford 0.
Virginia 1 (Dimas 46) Portland 0.
Wake Forest 4 (Schilawski 29, 33, Redmond 44, da Luz 65) Duke 2 (Grossman 56, Finley 67).
Harvard 0 Maryland 2 (Townsend 10, Cortes 77).
North Carolina 1 (Dixon 27) Indiana 0.
Boston College 4 (Reddick 17, Hanan 29, Rugg 46, Bekker 68) Drake 6 (Noonan 31, Shrout 44, Webb 56, Gorczyka 67, 69, Kuhn 82).
Tulsa 1 (Neil 73) No. 9 Northwestern 0.
UCLA 2 (Monge 14, Hollingshead 36) UC Santa Barbara 1 (Walker 10).

QUARTERFINALS
Dec. 4
No. 2 Virginia vs. Maryland, 7 pm ET
No. 5 North Carolina vs. Drake, 6 pm ET
Dec. 5
No. 1 Akron vs. No. 8 Tulsa, 4 pm ET
No. 3 Wake Forest vs.  No. 6 UCLA, 7 pm ET

SECOND ROUND
Results
Nov. 22
No. 1 Akron 2 (Ampaipitakwong 24, 32) South Florida 0.
No. 2 Virginia 5 (Bates 7, 36, 49, Jumper 27, Tchani 29) Bucknell 0.
No. 3 Wake Forest 2 (da Luz 34, Arena 75) UNC Wilmington 1 (Guderian 85).
No. 4 Ohio State 0 Drake 1(Gorczyka 97) (OT).
No. 5 North Carolina 2 (Schuler 5, Dixon 88) Brown 0.
No. 6 UCLA 2
(Nakazawa 39, Hoffman 79) Sacramento State 1 (Alvarez 74).
No. 7 Penn State 1 (Forgue 49) Maryland 2(Cortes 25, Herrick 86).
No. 8 Tulsa 4(Neil 21, Gonsalves 23, Parada 67, McInnes 97) Saint Louis 3 (Sweetin 38, 72, Dice 90) (OT)
No. 9 Northwestern 3 (Hillgard 18, 53, Bellizzi 66) Notre Dame 1 (Schaefer 82).
No. 10 Harvard 3 (Smith 30, Akpan 76, Rousmaniere 84) Monmouth 0.
No. 11 San Diego 0 UC Santa Barbara 1 (Walker 44).
Indiana 1 (Bruin 57) No. 12 Butler 0.
No. 13 St. John's 0 Boston College 1 (Reddick 8).
No. 14 Michigan State 1 (Bega 76) Duke 2 (Ibeagha 28, Wenger 41).
No. 15 N.C. State 1 (DeFreitas 58) Portland 2(Chrostek 1, Luke 62).
No. 16 UC Irvine 0 Stanford 1 (Leon 35).
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FIRST ROUND
Results
Nov. 19
Boston College 2 (Bekker 51, Taylor 103) Dartmouth 1 (Keat 30) (OT).
Brown 1 (Rosa 104) Stony Brook 0 (OT).
Bucknell 1 (Burgdorf 70)Princeton 0.
Drake 2 (Shrout 3, Webb 7) Western Illinois 1(Jupic 78).
Duke 3
(Finley 3, Harrison 44, McDaniel 73) Winthrop 2 (Abdi 56, Alksnis 76).
Indiana 2 (Yeagle  57, 87) Louisville 0.
Loyola Marymount 1 (Ocampo 73) Sacramento State 2 (Crandall 28, Baker 96) (OT).
Maryland 2 (Townsend 35, Yates 37) Loyola (Md.) 1 (Bannister 50).
Monmouth 0 Connecticut 0
(Monmouth wins 4-3 on penalties.)
New Mexico 1 (Rozeboom 34) Portland 2 (Warner 83, 92)
Notre Dame 2 (Dike 29, Brovsky 67)Green Bay 1 (Walls 68).
Saint Louis 2 (Dice 10, Roach 17) Missouri State 1 (Melugin 50).
South Florida 2 (Thuriere 14, Anor 44) Stetson 1 (Brustad 8).
Stanford 3(Jahn 22, Yahyavi 65, Levine 81)St. Mary's 0.
UC Santa Barbara 1 (Walker 83) Wofford 0.
UNC Wilmington 1 (Roberts 81) Charlotte 1 (Gross 28).
(UNC Wilmington wins 4-1 on penalties.)




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