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NAIA Men's Tournament
November 20th, 2011 1:03AM

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[SCOREBOARD] Science & Arts of Oklahoma, which defeated No. 2 Simon Fraser in last year’s opening round, upended No. 9 Missouri Valley, 2-0, on Saturday for the biggest upset in this year's first round in the NAIA men's championship. Huston-Tillotson was the only one of seven teams appearing in its first-ever national championship to win, taking down No. 14 Kansas Wesleyan, 4-3, in overtime. Other seeded teams to suffer losses were No. 11 Concordia (Ore.) and No. 16 Taylor (Ind.). The 15 winners join No. 4 seed Mobile in the finals Nov. 28-Dec. 3 in Orange Beach, Ala.

FIRST ROUND:
Nov. 19
No. 1 Hastings 2 Mount Mercy 0
No. 16 Taylor 0 Saint Xavier 1
No. 9 Missouri Valley 0 Science & Arts 2
No. 8 Azusa Pacific 4 Cal State San Marcos 1
No. 5 Rio Grande  4 Madonna 1
No. 12 Belhaven 3 Texas-Brownsville 2
No. 13 William Carey 3 Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 2
No. 3 Baker 2 Oklahoma Wesleyan 0
No. 14 Kansas Wesleyan 3 Huston-Tillotson 4
No. 11 Concordia (Ore.) 2 Great Falls 3
No. 6 Grand View 3 MidAmerica Nazarene 1
No. 7 Bethel (Tenn.) 6 Montreat 1
No. 10 Southern Poly 1 Menlo 0
No. 15 Hannibal-LaGrange 1 Biola 1
(Hannibal-LaGrange wins 4-2 on penalties.)
No. 2 Lindsey Wilson 7 Roberts Wesleyan 0



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