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NCAA Division III Women's Tournament
November 7th, 2011 4:41PM
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[DRAW]No. 1 Messiah, No. 2 William Smith and three unbeaten and untied teams, Texas (Trinity), Amherst and Johns Hopkins, head the 64-team field in the NCAA Division III Women's Tournament, which begins this week. For the pairings ...

Key: #-hosts Nov. 11-12; *-hosts Nov. 12-13.

FIRST ROUND:
Nov. 11 or 12
#Wheaton (Ill.) 18-1-2 vs. Penn St.-Behrend 13-6-2
Capital 11-7-2 vs. Alma 18-3-1
#Wartburg 16-2-2 vs. Principia 16-3-1
Wis.-Whitewater 13-5-1 vs. Aurora 18-4-0
*Loras 17-2-1 vs. Hanover 15-2-2
St. Benedict 11-7-1 vs. Carroll (Wisc.) 11-9-0
*Washington (Mo.) 15-4-0 vs. Thomas More 12-4-1
Ohio Wesleyan 12-4-4 vs. Wis.-Oshkosh 12-6-3
*Trinity (Texas) 20-0-0 vs. St. Scholastica 16-4-1
Hardin-Simmons 19-1-0 vs. Texas-Dallas 16-4-0
*Ohio Northern 18-2-2 vs. Scranton 13-3-3
Ill. Wesleyan 14-3-2 vs. Ithaca 11-3-3
*Case 12-3-3 vs. Lebanon Valley 13-5-3
Eastern 13-5-2 vs. SUNY Cortland 12-5-2
*Cal Lutheran 20-1-1 vs. UC Santa Cruz 7-6-2
Concordia-M'head 12-3-5 vs. Puget Sound 14-3-2
*Messiah 17-0-1 vs. Elms 10-5-4
Skidmore 13-6-0 vs. MIT 14-3-2
*Lynchburg 19-2-1 vs. New Paltz St. 13-5-2
Rowan 13-4-0 vs. Shenandoah 15-6-1
*Amherst 17-0-0 vs. Castleton 17-4-0
Misericordia 13-4-2 vs. Farmingdale State 15-3-3
*Johns Hopkins 19-0-0 vs. Eastern Conn. State 11-8-1
Springfield 14-3-3 vs. Cabrini 13-5-2
*William Smith 16-0-1 vs. Lancaster Bible 18-1-1
Wheaton (Mass.) 15-3-3 vs. Salisbury 13-5-2
*Middlebury 11-3-2 vs. Lasell 16-4-1
TCNJ 12-3-2 vs. Roger Williams 14-6-1
*Emory 15-0-2 vs. Piedmont 17-2-1
Centre 14-4-2 vs. Roanoke 14-5-1
*Stevens Institute 14-3-3 vs. Westfield State 15-3-1
Williams 10-4-3 vs. Va. Wesleyan 18-3-0



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