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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament
November 14th, 2011 5:36PM
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[DATEBOOK]The Creighton-USF quarterfinal match will be played on Sunday instead of Saturday due to snow in Omaha, Neb. Sunday's other game between Connecticut and Charlotte in Storrs, Conn., is already a sellout. For all the action ...

QUARTERFINALS:
Dec. 3 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
North Carolina 2 St. Mary's 0.
UNC: Hedges 6 (Urso) 53
UNC: Speas 6 (Schuler) 65
North Carolina --Goodwin, Okwuonu, Hedges, J.McCrary, Gafa, Urso, Lopez, Martinez, Schuler, Speas, Lovejoy. Subs: Rice, Murphy, McKinney.
St. Mary's --Herrick, Mohoric, Arambula, Alugas, Watson, Newquist, Cabeza, Godinez, Cazarez, Grider, Sarabia. Subs: Marshall, Howard, Fumia, Hanley, Conner, Schmidt.
Referee:Chico Grajeda.
Att.: 5,810.
Dec. 3 in Louisville, Ky.
Louisville 0 UCLA 1.

UCLA: Reed Williams 1 (Ryan Hollingshead; Patrick Matchett) 102
Att.: 4,832.
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Dec. 4, 2 p.m. ET
2 Creighton (20-2-0) vs. 7 USF (13-3-4).
Dec. 4, 1 p.m. ET
3 Connecticut (19-3-2) vs. Charlotte (16-4-2)

THIRD ROUND:
1 North Carolina 1 16 Indiana 0.
UNC: Billy Schuler 15 (unassisted) 97
Att.: 1,504.
Brown 2St. Mary's 3.
SMC: Trevor Newquist (Julian Godinez) 29
BRWN: Dylan Remick (Jay Hayward) 51
BRWN: Sean Rosa (Taylor Gorman) 62
SMC: Tom Mohoric (Jose Cabeza) 64
SMC: Trevor Newquist (unassisted) 98
Att.: 1,330.
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5 Maryland 2 12 Louisville 4.
LOU: Nick DeLeon 6 (Colin Rolfe) 19
MD: Casey Townsend 17 (Patrick Mullins) 34
LOU: Colin Rolfe 9 (Kenney Walker) 52
MD: Matt Oduaran 1 (John Stertzer; Jake Pace) 68
LOU: Daniel Keller 1 (Colin Rolfe) 79
LOU: Michael Roman 4 (Colin Rolfe) 84
Att.: 2,660.
13 UCLA 3 Rutgers 0.
UCLA: Chandler Hoffman 17 (Ryan Hollingshead; Patrick Matchett) 1
UCLA: Victor Chavez 4 (Kelyn Rowe) 44
UCLA: Chandler Hoffman 18 (Ryan Hollingshead; Kelyn Rowe) 49
Att.: 749.
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Charlotte 1 Akron 0.
CHA: Giuseppe Gentile (Jennings Rex) 25
Att.: 2,182.
3 Connecticut 3 14 James Madison 0.
UCONN: Carlos Alvarez 6 (Tony Cascio) 19
UCONN: Mamadou Diouf 13 (unassisted) 63
UCONN: Tony Cascio 4 (Carlos Alvarez) 65
Att.: 4,983.
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7 USF 0 10 New Mexico 0.
(USF wins 6-5 on penalties.)
Att.: 3,592.
2 Creighton 2 15 UC Santa Barbara 1.
CU: Bruno Castro 6 (pen.) 8
CU: Andrew Ribeiro 4 (Greg Jordan; Jose Gomez) 19
UCSB: David Opoku 9 (Dom Sarle) 79
Att.: 2,436.

SECOND ROUND:
1 North Carolina 3 Coastal Carolina 2.
CC: Ashton Bennett 23 (Pedro Ribeiro) 41
UNC: Ben Speas 5 (Scott Goodwin) 50
CC: TeeJay East 8 (Ashton Bennett) 52
UNC: Kirk Urso 3 (Mikey Lopez) 52
UNC: Enzo Martinez 9 (unassisted) 69
Att.: 1,054.
16 Indiana 3 Old Dominion 0.
IU: Nikita Kotlov 8 (Chris Estridge) 17
IU: Nikita 9 (Patrick Doody) 71
IU: Tim Wylie 1 (Nikita Kotlov) 80
Att.: 701.
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8 UC Irvine 0 St. Mary's 1.
9 St. John's 0 Brown 1
BU: Dylan Remick 1 (Ben Maurey) 48
Att.: 1,027.
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5 Maryland 4 West Virginia 0.
MD: Casey Townsend 14 (Helge Leikvang) 20
MD: Casey Townsend 15 (Sunny Jane; Jereme Raley) 60
MD: Jordan Cyrus 1 (Sunny Jane) 61
MD: Casey Townsend 16 (Kaoru Forbess) 76
Att.: 2,437.
12 Louisville 3 Bradley 2.
BRA:  Scott Davis 1 (Jochen Graf; Wojciech Wojcik) 55
LOU: Colin Rolfe 8  (unassisted) 87
LOU:  Kenney Walker 5 (Colin Rolfe) 87
BRA: Bryan Gaul 11 (Keegan Balle) 90
LOU: Nick DeLeon 5 (Andrew Farrell; Brock Granger) 108
Att.: 7,012.
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13 UCLA 1 Delaware 0.
UCLA: Chandler Hoffman 16 (Ryan Hollingshead; Reed Williams) 84.
Att.: 381.
4 Boston College 1 Rutgers 1.
(Rutgers wins 5-4 on penalties.)
BC: Patrick Chin 1 (unassisted) 53
RUT: Ibrahim Kamara 5 (Sam Archer; Bryant Knibbs) 87
Att.: 886.
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3 Connecticut 2 Monmouth 1.
MU: Matt Jefferey 2 (Kalle Sotka) 26
UCONN: Mamadou Diouf 11 (Carlos Alvarez) 39
UCONN: Mamadou Diouf 12 (pen.) 50
Att.: 3,979.
14 James Madison 2 Wake Forest 0.
JMU: Jimmy Simpson 4 (Patrick Innes) 14
JMU: Christian McLaughlin 1 (Jimmy Simpson) 32
Att.: 776.
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6 SMU 2 Akron 3.
AU: Darren Mattocks 20 (DeAndre Yeldin) 22
AU: Aodhan Quinn 5 (unassisted) 63
AU: Luke Holmes 5 (Darren Mattocks) 76
SMU: Tyler Engel 4 (unassisted) 83
SMU: Arthur Ivo 10 (pen.) 83
Att.: 890.
11 UAB 1 Charlotte 3.
CHA: Evan James 5 (Giuseppe Gentile) 1
CHA: Jennings Rex 5 (T.J. Beaulieu) 47
CHA: T.J. Beaulieu 3 (Isaac Caughran) 50
UAB:  Chase Wickham 3 (Kofi Gyawu) 51
Att.: 2,214.
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7 USF 2 UCF 1.
USF: own goal 70.
UCF: Ben Hunt (Nik Robson) 72
USF: Wesley Charpie (Sebastien Thurier) 96
Att.: 3,029.
10 New Mexico 2 Duke 1.
DUKE: Nick Palodichuk 8 (unassisted) 52
UNM: Blake Smith 10 (unassisted) 82
UNM: Carson Baldinger 5 (Devon Sandoval, Kyle Venter) 99
Att.: 6,200.
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15 UC Santa Barbara 3 Providence 2.
UCSB: Luis Silva 17 (Josue Madueno) 6
UCSB: Josue Madueno 4 (Dom Sarle) 41
PC: Brandon Adler 1 (Anthony Baumann) 68
UCSB: Dom Sarle 4 (Luis Silva) 72
PC: Anthony Baumann 1 (unassisted) 83
Att.: 1,311.
2 Creighton 3 Northern Illinois 0.
CU: Jose Gomez 4 (Eric Miller; Bruno Castro) 21
CU: Ethan Finlay 12 (Greg Jordan) 43
CU: Ethan Finlay 13 (Jake Brown; Bruno Castro) 88
Att.: 2,034.

FIRST ROUND:
Nov. 17
Providence 1 Dartmouth 0.

PC: John Raley 2 (Greg Davis; Marc Cintron) 11
Att.: 581.
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Coastal Carolina 4 Elon 3.

CC: Ricky Garbanzo 6 (Shawn McClaws) 35
ELON: Chris Thomas 11 (Matt Wescoe) 48
CC: TeeJay East 8 (Pedro Ribeiro; Ricky Garbanzo) 55
ELON: Chris Thomas 9 (pen.) 64
CC: Cyprian Hedrick 5 (unassisted) 72
ELON: James Carroll 2 (Glenn Scott) 81
CC: Ashton Bennett 22 (Pedro Ribeiro; Justin Portillo) 83
Att.: 582.
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Charlotte 3 Furman 1.
FUR: Martin Ontiveros 6 (unassisted) 19
CHA: Giuseppe Gentile 8 (Thomas Allen) 29                        
CHA: T.J. Beaulieu 2 (unassisted) 68
CHA: Jennings Rex 4 (T.J. Beaulieu) 84
Att.: 1,084.
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Old Dominion 0 Liberty 0.
(Old Dominion wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Att.: 373.
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Virginia 0 Delaware 1.
DEL: John Dineen 3 (Mark Garrity) 106
Att.: 588.
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Rutgers 4 Colgate 2.
RUT: Bryant Knibbs 4  (unassisted) 23
COL: Steven Miller 12 (Shane Conlin) 25
RUT: Nate Bourdeau 4 (pen.) 64
RUT: Juan Pablo Correa 6 (Nate Bourdeau) 82
RUT: own goal 85
COL: Patrick Letourneau 2 (Matt Schuber, Barrett Metzger) 90
Att.: 629.
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Bradley 2 Loyola, Ill. 1.
LOY: Andrew Raymonds 2 (James Howe, Kyle Spoo) 31
BRAD: Jochen Graf 4 (Bryan Gaul, Christian Meza) 51
BRAD: Keegan Balle 2 (unassisted) 86
Att.: 740.
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CSU Bakersfield 0 St. Mary's 1.
SMC: Tom Mohoric 2 (Julian Godinez) 42
Att.: 2,207.
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Duke 1 Georgia State 0.
DUKE: Chris Tweed-Kent 6 (Sean Davis) 53
Att.: 319.
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West Virginia 2 Xavier 1.
WVU: Jay Williams 1 (Uwem Etuk) 39
XAV: Gino DePaoli 6 (Nick Hagglund; Luke Spencer) 85
WVU: Eric Schoenle 3 (Allan Flott) 99
Att.: 253.
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UCF 1 FGCU 0.
UCF: Kevan George 2 (Matthew Gaskins; Malcolm Reed) 107
Att.: 535.
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Northern Illinois 3 Western Illinois 0.
NIU: Sean Totsch 3 (Karim Darbaki; Jayson LeSeth) 20
NIU: Isaac Kannah 2 (James Stevenson; Kenny Kranz) 43
NIU: Mike Mascitti 1 (Kenny Kranz) 73
Att.: 528.
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Brown 3 Fairfield 2.
FU: Jake Zuniga (Jack Burridge) 32
FU: Daniel Shaw (Jack Burridge) 40
BU: Sean Rosa (Daniel Taylor; Rob Medairos) 80
BU: Austin Mandel (TJ Popolizio; Sean Rosa) 83
BU: Aidan Leonard (Sean Rosa) 86
Att.: 529.
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Akron 3 Northwestern 1.
AKR: Scott Caldwell 6 (Luke Holmes) 27
AKR: Aodhan Quinn 3 (unassisted) 55
NU: Peter O'Neill 2 (pen.) 63
AKR: Darren Mattocks 19 ((Luke Holmes) 77
Att.: 2,656.
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Monmouth 0 Stony Brook 0.
(Monmouth wins on penalties.)
Att.: 795.
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South Carolina 1 Wake Forest 1.
(Wake Forest wins 4-3 on penalties.)
WFU: Ross Tomaselli 2 (Sean Okoli) 10
USC: Chipper Root 2 (pen.) 50
Att.: 1,032.



1 comment
  1. Carl Grover
    commented on: November 18, 2011 at 12:55 p.m.
    The bias has been that way for over 60 years. Worse in NCAA football. At least soccer has playoff system - assuming a team gets in the playoff! Go UCLA!

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