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NCAA Division III Men's Tournament
November 13th, 2011 7:43PM

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[SCOREBOARD] Montclair State, Ohio Wesleyan, Texas-Tyler and Oneonta State advanced to the final four at the NCAA Division III Men's Tournament, which will be held Dec. 2-3 in San Antonio, Texas. For all the results ...

QUARTERFINALS:
Montclair State 1 Stevens Institute 0
Ohio Wesleyan 2 Hope 1
Texas-Tyler 2 Calvin 3
Oneonta State 2 Rutgers-Camden 1

THIRD ROUND:
Neumann 1 Montclair State 2
Stevens Institute 2 Amherst 1
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Ohio Wesleyan 3 Ohio Northern 2
Luther 1 Hope 1
(Hope wins on penalties.)
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Texas-Tyler 2 Randolph 1
Calvin 1 Redlands 1
(Calvin wins on penalties.)
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St. Lawrence 1 Oneonta State 2
Rutgers-Camden 1 Babson 0

SECOND ROUND:
Messiah 0 Neumann 1
Montclair State 2 Dickinson 1
Amherst 4  Eastern Conn. State 2
Stevens Institute 0 Brockport 0
(Stevens Institute wins on penalties.)
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Ohio Wesleyan 1 Washington, Mo. 0
Ohio Northern 2 Case 0
Luther 1 St. Olaf 0
Hope 2 Dominican (Ill.) 1
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Randolph 3 DeSales 2
Trinity (Texas) 0 Texas-Tyler 2
Loras 0 Calvin 4
Redlands 3 Claremont-M-S 0
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St. Lawrence 3 Western New England 2
Oneonta State 4 Penn State-Behrend 0
Babson 1 Trinity (Conn.) 1
(Babson wins on penalties.)
Rutgers-Camden 2 Wesleyan 1

FIRST ROUND:
Salisbury 0 Neuman 0
(Neumann wins on penalties.)
Montclair State 4 Framingham State 0
Dickinson 2 Vassar 1
Amherst 4 Husson 0
Springfield 0 Eastern Conn. State 2
Stevens Institute 3 Lehman 0
Manhattanville 0 Brockport 1
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Washington, Mo. 2 Wis.-Whitewater 1
Ohio Northern 2 Rose-Hulman 0
DePauw 0 Case 3
St. Olaf 3 Carroll (Wisc.) 1
Luther 4 North Park 1
Dominican (Ill.) 4 Greenville 0
Hope 2 Thomas More 1
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Christopher Newport 1 Randolph 2
DeSales 1 York 0
Texas-Tyler 3 Oglethorpe 0
Loras 2 Minn.-Morris 0
Carthage 0 Calvin 1
Redlands 4 Pacific Lutheran 1
Chapman 0 Claremont-M-S 1
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St. Lawrence 4 SUNY Maritime 0
Western New England 1 SUNYIT 0
Hobart 0 Penn St.-Behrend 1
Oneonta State 2 Baldwin-Wallace 1
Babson 5  Lesley 1
Trinity (Conn.) 1 St. Joseph’s (Maine) 0
Rutgers-Camden 4 Merchant Marine 2
Wesleyan 1 Misericordia 0



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