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NCAA Division II Women's Tournament
November 19th, 2011 5:59PM

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[SCOREBOARD] Morgan Mitchell's two goals gave Armstrong Atlantic a 2-1 victory over Tampa on Sunday afternoon and moved the Pirates on to the NCAA Division II women's final four Dec. 1-3 in Pensacola, Fla., where they will be joined by Grand Valley State, Saint Rose and Cal State Chico. For all the quarterfinal results...

QUARTERFINALS:
Colorado Mines 0 Grand Valley State 0
(Grand Valley State wins on penalties.)
Abilene Christian 0 Cal State Chico 1
California (Pa.) 0 Saint Rose 1
Armstrong Atlantic 2 Tampa 1

THIRD ROUND:
Colorado Mines 1 Fort Lewis 0
Grand Valley State 3 Northern Ky. 1
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Abilene Christian 2 Dallas Baptist 1
Cal State Chico 0 Cal State L.A. 0
(Cal State Chico wins on penalties.)
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California (Pa.) 2 Slippery Rock 0
Mass.-Lowell 1 Saint Rose 2
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Armstrong Atlantic 1 Lenoir-Rhyne 0
Lynn 0 Tampa 1

SECOND ROUND:
Colorado Mines 1 Minn. State Mankato 0
Fort Lewis 1 Regis 0
Grand Valley State 3 Wisconsin-Parkside
Northern Ky. 1 Bellarmine 0
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Abilene Christian 2 Midwestern State 1
Central Okla. 0 Dallas Baptist 1
UC San Diego 0 Cal State Chico 1
Cal St. L.A. 2 Seattle Pacific 1
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California (Pa.) 1 West Chester 0
Kutztown 1 Slippery Rock 2
Bridgeport 1 Mass.-Lowell 1
(Mass.-Lowell wins on penalties.)
Saint Rose 5 Merrimack 0
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Armstrong Atlantic 2 North Georgia 0
Lenoir-Rhyne 0 Columbus State 0
(Lenoir-Rhyne wins on penalties.)
Saint Leo 1 Lynn 2
Rollins 0 Tampa 2

FIRST ROUND:
Metro State 1 Minn. State Mankato 3
Regis 3 Colorado Mesa 0
Quincy 1 Wisconsin-Parkside 2
Bellarmine 3 Rockhurst 0
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St. Edward's 0 Midwestern State 1
Central Missouri 1 Dallas Baptist 3
Cal State Stanislaus 1 Cal State Chico 1
(Cal State Chico wins on penalties.)
Seattle Pacific 4 Grand Canyon 0
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Edinboro 0 West Chester 2
Slippery Rock 2 Alderson-Broaddus 0
Mass.-Lowell 0 Dowling 0
(Mass.-Lowell wins on penalties.)
Merrimack 1  Holy Family 1
(Merrimack wins on penalties.)
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North Georgia 3 Wingate 1
Columbus State 3 Lees-McRae 1
Florida Tech 0  Lynn 1
Tampa 1 North Alabama 0


NCAA Division III Women's Tournament

[SCOREBOARD] Erin Hench scored three goals to lead top-ranked Messiah to a 3-1 win over previously unbeaten and untied Amherst that moved the Falcons in the NCAA Division III women's semifinals for the eighth straight year. They will join Ithaca, William Smith and Wheaton (Ill.) in the finals to be held Dec. 2-3 in Pensacola, Fla. For all the third-round results ...

QUARTERFINALS:
Wheaton (Ill.) 4 Washington (Mo.) 2
Ithaca 2 SUNY Cortland 0
Messiah 3 Amherst 1
William Smith 4 Williams 0

THIRD ROUND:
Wheaton (Ill.) 4 Wis.-Whitewater 1
Washington (Mo.) 2 St. Benedict 1
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Trinity (Texas) 0 Ithaca 1
Concordia-M'head 0 SUNY Cortland 2
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Messiah 1 New Paltz State 0
Amherst 2 Johns Hopkins 0
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William Smith 2 Middlebury 1
Emory 0 Williams 1

SECOND ROUND:
Wheaton (Ill.) 3 Capital 0
Wartburg 1 Wis.-Whitewater 1
(Wis.-Whitewater wins on penalties.)
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Loras 1 St. Benedict 2
Washington (Mo.) 2 Wis.-Oshkosh 0
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Trinity (Texas) 3 Hardin-Simmons 1
Ohio Northern 0 Ithaca 1
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Case 0 SUNY Cortland 1
UC Santa Cruz 1 Concordia-M'head 2
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Messiah 3 Skidmore 0
New Paltz State 2 Rowan 1
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Amherst 3  Misericordia 1
Johns Hopkins 4 Springfield 1
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William Smith 1 Wheaton (Mass.) 0
Middlebury 1 TCNJ 0
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Emory 2 Centre 0
Westfield State 1 Williams 2

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

NCAA Division II Men's Tournament

[SCOREBOARD] Fort Lewis and Franklin Pierce joined shootout winners Millersville and Lynn as the four semifinalists in the NCAA Division II Men's Tournament. The championship will be held Dec. 1-3 in Pensacola, Fla. For all the results ...

QUARTERFINALS:
Franklin Pierce 1 Southern N.H. 0
Millersville 0 Rockhurst 0
(Millersville wins on penalties.)
Flagler 1 Lynn 1
(Lynn wins on penalties.)
Fort Lewis 2 Cal State L.A. 0

SECOND ROUND:
Franklin Pierce 5 St. Thomas Aquinas 0
Southern N.H. 2 C.W. Post 0
Rockhurst 2 Northern Kentucky 0
Millersville 1 California (Pa.) 0
Lynn 2 Barry 1
Flagler 3 Mars Hill 0
Seattle Pacific 2 Cal State L.A. 3
Fort Lewis 1 Midwestern State 0

FIRST ROUND:
NYIT 1 St. Thomas Aquinas 4
C.W. Post 3 Nyack 1
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Rollins 1 Barry 3
Christian Brothers 0 Lynn 1
Coker 1 Mars Hill 2
Flagler 2 Anderson 1
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Rockhurst 1 Saginaw Valley State 0
Northern Kentucky 2 Northwood (Mich.) 0
Millersville 1 Mercyhurst 0
California (Pa.) 4 Shippensburg 2
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Seattle Pacific 2 Cal State Dominguez Hills 1
Cal State L.A. 2 Cal State Chico 2
(Cal State L.A. wins on penalties.)
Fort Lewis 3 Metro State 0
Midwestern State 0 Incarnate Word

OPENING ROUND:
Mars Hill 3 Montevallo 0
Anderson 2 Lees-McRae 3

NCAA Division III Men's Tournament

[SCOREBOARD] Montclair State, Ohio Wesleyan, Texas-Tyler and Oneonta State advanced to the final 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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