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NCAA Division I Women's Tournament
by Paul Kennedy, November 8th, 2010 4:53PM

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[DRAW] Stanford, Portland, Maryland and North Carolina -- ranked 1-4 in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings -- are the four No. 1 regional seeds in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament.

All regional first- and second-round games will be played Friday and Sunday except the matches at UCLA, where the games will be played Thursday and Saturday to accommodate BYU, which does not play on Sunday.

The ACC led all teams with eight teams in the tournament. The Pac-10 has seven. The Big East and Big Ten have six apiece.

Of the 64 teams Soccer America projected to make the tournament, 61 earned bids. Only Miami (Fla.) and Denver weren't selected. In their place, Virginia Tech and Auburn were picked.

(Click here for the complete bracket.)

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NCAA Division I Women's Draw:
#1 *Stanford vs. Sacramento State
Long Beach State vs. Santa Clara
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*UCLA vs. BYU
#4 UCF vs. Fresno State

#3 *Marquette vs. Central Michigan
Milwaukee vs. Wisconsin
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South Florida vs. Auburn
Florida State vs. Middle Tennessee

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#2 *Boston College vs. Boston Univ.
Connecticut vs. Hofstra
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Penn State vs. Penn
#3 *West Virginia vs. Morehead State

#4 Wake Forest vs. San Diego
*UC Irvine vs. Arizona State
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Oklahoma vs. Washington
#1 *Portland vs. UTSA

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#1 *Maryland vs. High Point
Georgetown vs. Siena
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Creighton vs.  *Minnesota
#4 Texas A&M vs. North Dakota State

#3 *Ohio State vs. St. Francis (Pa.)
Dayton vs. Virginia Tech
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UNC Greensboro vs. South Carolina
#2 *Virginia vs. Lehigh

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#2 *Florida vs. Mercer
California vs. Duke
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Memphis vs. Oregon State
#3 *Oklahoma State vs. Michigan

#4 Notre Dame vs. New Mexico
Illinois vs. USC
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Texas vs. James Madison
#1 North Carolina vs. Jackson State



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