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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Scoreboard
November 17th, 2010 9:42PM
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No. 7 South Carolina was the only higher seeded team to lose in the third round of the NCAA Men's Tournament. Michigan, a 3-1 winner over the Gamecocks, joined No. 1 seed Louisville, the lone unbeaten left in the tournament, Maryland, Akron, North Carolina, SMU, California and UCLA in next weekend's quarterfinals. For all the third-round action ...

THIRD ROUND
Nov. 28

#1 Louisville 2 Ohio State 1 SA Report
#8 UCLA 2
Dartmouth 1 SA Report
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#5 SMU 1 William & Mary 0 SA Report
#4 North Carolina 1
Michigan State 1 SA Report
(North Carolina wins 5-4 on penalties.)
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#3 Akron 2 Indiana 1 SA Report
#6 California 2
Brown 0 SA Report
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#7 South Carolina 1 Michigan 3 SA Report
#2 Maryland 1
Penn State 0 SA Report

SECOND ROUND
Nov. 21

#1 Louisville 3 Coll. of Charleston 1.
Att.: 5,197.
LOU -- Nick DeLeon 7 (Paolo Delpiccolo) 20
CC -- Sean Flatley 4 (Sean De Silva) 25
LOU -- Colin Rolfe 7 (Nick DeLeon) 84
LOU --  Charlie Campbell 4 (Colin Rolfe; Dylan Mares) 89

#16 Ohio State 2  Providence 1. Att.:
477.
OSU -- Konrad Warzycha 8 (pen.) 58
OSU -- Omar Vallejo 1 (unassisted) 72
PC -- Greg Davis 4 (Andrew Sousa) 85


#9 Notre Dame 1 Dartmouth 2 (OT). Att.:
665.
DART -- Andrew Olsen 5 (unassisted) 65
ND -- Dillon Powers 4 (Steven Perry) 74
DART -- Andrew Olsen 6 (Austin Bowers) 100

#8 UCLA 4 Sacramento State 1. Att.:
835.
UCLA -- Chandler Hoffman 4 (Evan Raynr) 55
UCLA -- Reed Williams 7 (Kelyn  Rowe) 58
UCLA -- Chandler Hoffman 5 (Evan Raynr, Reed Williams) 73
UCLA -- Victor Chavez 9 (Ryan Hollingshead, Zack Foxhoven) 85
SAC -- Ernesto Carranza 7 (Max Alvarez) 87

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#5 SMU 2 Creighton 2 (OT).
(SMU wins 5-3 o penalties.)

#12 William & Mary 0 UMBC 0 (OT). Att.: 1,206.
(William & Mary wins 4-3 on penalties.)

#13 Butler 0 Michigan State 1. Att.:
1,381.
MSU -- Jeff Ricondo 4 (unassisted) 85

#4 North Carolina 0 Georgetown 0 (OT). Att.: 651.
(North Carolina wins 5-4 on penalties.)
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#3 Akron 3 West Virginia 2. Att.:
2,825.
AKR -- Darren Mattocks 16 (unassisted) 11
AKR -- Darren Mattocks 17 (Kofi Sarkodie) 31
AKR -- Scott Caldwell 3 (Darlington Nagbe, Anthony Ampaipitakwong) 70
WVU -- Abel Sebele 5 (Jay Williams) 81
WVU -- Uzi Tayou 1 (Abel Sebele) 86

#14 Indiana 5 Tulsa 1. Att.:
1,057.
IU -- Andy Adlard 6 (Nikita Kotlov) 41
IU -- Nikita Kotlov 3 (Will Bruin) 45
IU -- Harrison Petts 3 (Will Bruin) 52
TUL -- Ashley McInnes 12  (unassisted) 52
IU -- Will Bruin 17 (Joe Tolen) 73
IU -- Will Bruin 18 (Joe Tolen) 79

#11 Connecticut 1 Brown 1 (OT). Att.:
2,719.
(Brown wins 7-6 on penalties.)
BROWN -- Taylor Gorman 3 (Sean Rosa) 8
UCONN -- Mamadou Diouf 6 (unassisted) 87

#6 California 2 UC Santa Barbara 1 (OT).
Att.: 1,620.
UCSB -- Michael Tetteh 3 (Josue Madueno) 82
CAL --  Servando Carrasco 7 (pen.) 89
CAL -- Davis Paul 8 (Anthony Avalos, Hector Jimenez) 100
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#7 South Carolina 1 Duke 0 (OT). Att.:
1,872.
USC -- Bradlee Baladez 6 (Stephen Morrissey, J.P. Rafferty) 100

#10 Michigan 2 UCF 1 (OT). Att.: 2,724.
UCF -- Nik Keown-Robson 11 (A.J. Nelson) 9
MICH -- Justin Meram 13 (Alex Wood) 50
MICH -- Latif Alashe 2 (Hamoody Saad) 95


#15 Penn State 4  Old Dominion 1. Att.:
519.
ODU -- Chris Harmon 7 (Federico Espinach) 14
PSU -- Corey Hertzog 18 (Matheus Braga) 27
PSU -- Corey Hertzog 19 (Matheus Braga) 73
PSU -- Jordan Tyler 5 (Matt Smallwood, Corey Hertzog) 78
PSU -- Corey Hertzog 20 (pen.) 82

#2 Maryland 4 Penn 0.
Att.:
2,401.
MD -- John Stertzer (Jason Herrick) 9
MD -- Matt Kassel (pen.) 26
MD -- Greg Young (Matt Kassel) 44
MD -- Patrick Mullins (unassisted) 88

FIRST ROUND
Nov. 18
Providence 6 St. Peter's 2. Att.: 1,208.
PC -- Matt Marcin 9 (Michael Pereira) 19
PC -- Wilder Arboleda 4 (unassisted) 26
PC -- Toussaint McClure 1 (George Hodge) 37
PC -- Wilder Arboleda 5 (Matt Marcin) 54
SPC -- Lebogang Pila 8 (pen.) 62
PC -- Matt Marcin 10 (Daniel Fabian) 73
PC -- Brian Grisell 2 (Daniel Fabian) 75
SPC -- Kevin Olson 2 (Lebogang Pila) 80

Monmouth 0 Dartmouth 4. Att.: 1,470.
DART -- Andrew Olsen 4 (Daniel Keat) 9
DART -- Nick Pappas 2 (Andrew Olsen) 53
DART -- Lucky Mkosana 7 (Daniel Keat) 66
DART -- Aaron Gaide 3 (Daniel Keat) 80

Michigan State 2 Oakland 0. Att.: 552.
MSU -- Domenic Barone 9 (pen.) 49
MSU -- Domenic Barone 10 (Brent Rosendall) 63   

Georgetown 3 UNC Greensboro 0. Att.: 385.
GU -- Ian Christianson 5 (Jose Colchao) 9
GU -- Andy Riemer 3 (Seth C'Debaca) 21
GU -- Chandler Diggs 4 ((Jose Colchao) 83

Sacramento State 2 Santa Clara 1. Att.: 788.
SAC -- Ernesto Carranza (unassisted) 56
SCU -- Eric Masch (unassisted) 59
SAC -- Chris Bettencourt (Max Alvarez) 86

UCF 3 South Florida 0. Att.: 529.
UCF -- Ben Hunt 2 (Cameron Cooksey) 35
UCF -- Nic Keown-Robson 10 (pen.) 45
UCF -- Yaron Bacher 2 (unassisted) 65

Virginia 0 Old Dominion 1 Att.:
923.
ODU -- Alex Vaughan 4 (Chris Harmon) 63

College of Charleston 3 East Tenn. State 2. Att.: 2,024.
CC -- Shawn Ferguson 3 (Ralph Lundy) 24
CC -- Andy Craven 4 (unassisted) 29
CC -- Francis Twohig 6 (Tony Kattreh) 39
ETSU -- Aaron Schoenfeld 7 (pen.) 57
ETSU -- Jaron Westbrook 1 (Blaike Woodruff) 71
                                                              
Princeton 1 UMBC 2.
PRIN -- Antoine Hoppenot (unassisted) 32
UMBC -- Levi Houapeu (Andrew Bulls) 42
UMBC -- Andrew Bulls (Levi Houapeu) 79

West Virginia 4 Xavier 2. Att.: 513.
XU -- James Queree 1 (Luke Spencer, James Getzen) 4
XU -- own goal 5
WVU -- Franck Tayou 7 (Moeryhan Doue) 24
WVU -- Franck Tayou 8 (Uwem Etuk) 33
WVU -- Franck Tayou 9 (Abel Sebele) 50
WVU -- Uwem Etuk 2 (Alex Silva) 82

Brown 2 Boston College 1. Att.: 981.
BU -- Jon Okafor (Taylor Gorman) 11
BC -- Kyle Bekker (unassisted) 41
BU -- Austin Mandel (Thomas McNamara, Taylor Gorman) 43

Duke 2 Coastal Carolina 1. Att.: 1,006.
CC -- Ross Kelly 4 (K. Sandtroen) 23
DU -- Cole Grossman 9 (unassisted) 77
DU -- Cole Grossman 10 (Jonathan Aguirre) 83

Penn 1 Bucknell 0 (OT).
PENN -- Christian Barreiro 5 (Zach Barnett, Jason Gorskie) 92

Creighton 4 New Mexico 1. Att.: 1,074.
CU -- Jose Gomez 5 (unassisted) 4
CU -- Tyler Polak 2 (Jose Gomez) 31
CU -- Ethan Finlay 13 (Greg Jordan) 37
NM -- Devon Sandoval 3 (Michael Green, Michael Reed) 71
CU -- Ethan Finlay (unassisted) 90

Tulsa 2 Bradley 0. Att.: 297.
TLS -- Kyle Cummings 2 (Jake Dobkin) 17
TLS -- Ashley McInnes 11 (Blaine Gonsalves) 78

UC Santa Barbara 1 Denver 0 (OT). Att.: 3,717.
UCSB -- Waid Ibrahim 1 (Danny Barrera) 105



0 comments
  1. Kent James
    commented on: November 18, 2010 at 9:26 a.m.
    You've got Penn State with a bye (#15) and also playing against Bucknell in the first round (below #2 MD). I'm guessing it is supposed to be Penn playing Bucknell?
  1. JAMES SIEDLISKI
    commented on: November 19, 2010 at 11:46 a.m.
    www.BigEastSoccer.com
  1. Norm Coyle
    commented on: November 21, 2010 at 6:56 a.m.
    Looking forward to seeing Penn State vs. ODU at University Park. Surprised that defending champ UVA didn't get past ODU but that's how unpredictable the NCAA tournament is (november madness)!

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