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COLLEGE WOMEN: Oneonta State, Chicago advance to NCAA Division III final
November 29th, 2003 7:46PM

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Chicago and Oneonta State advanced to their first NCAA Division III women's soccer final with 2-1 victories Saturday in Oneonta, N.Y.

The Red Dragons (20-1-3), final four hosts, got goals from Alissa Karcz and Brooke Davis to overcome an early deficit and beat The College of New Jersey (18-5-0) in the first semifinal.

Chicago (17-1-4) topped DePauw (15-4-1) as Renee Neuner netted her 21st goal of the season in the 106th minute. Neuner also assisted on Monica Michelotti's 61st-minute opener; Corinne Scott forced overtime with an 83rd-minute strike.

Sunday's title game will begin at 1 p.m. EST.

NCAA DIVISION III
Semifinals
Saturday, Nov. 29 at Oneonta, N.Y.

Oneonta State 2 (Karcz 33, Davis 80) The College of New Jersey 1 (Peters 9)
Chicago 2 (Michelotti 61, Neuner 106) DePauw 1 (Scott 83) (2OT)

Final
Sunday, Nov. 30 at Oneonta, N.Y.

Oneonta State (20-1-3) vs. Chicago (17-1-4), 1 p.m. EST



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