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NCAA Division I men's scoreboard
August 26th, 2012 12:11AM
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[WEEK 1: Saturday] A penalty kick by junior forward Mamadou Diouf in the 36th minute held up for No. 1 Connecticut as the Huskies earned a 1-0 victory  over St. Francis (N.Y.) in its season opener in front of a sellout crowd of 5,100 at Morrone Stadium. For the Saturday action ...
 
EAST SCORES:
#1 Connecticut 1 St. Francis (N.Y.)
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Lehigh 0 Hofstra 2
Penn State 3 Stetson 0

MIDWEST. Chris Ritter converted the penalty kick for Big Ten champion Northwestern with nine seconds left in regulation to give the No. 17 Wildcats a 1-1 tie with No. 22 Xavier. Senior Luke Spencer scored early in the first half for the Musketeers.

-- A goal from senior Ryan Finley in the 76th minute was the difference as No. 18 Notre Dame opened the season with a 1-0 win over No. 21 Duke, his former team, in front of 2,542 fans at Alumni Stadium.

-- Danny Baraldi, Brandon Silva and Ryan Comiskey scored for Bowling Green State in the Falcons' 3-0 win over St. Bonaventure before a crowd of 2,076 at Cochrane Field, the second-largest single-game total in the last 15 years.

MIDWEST SCORES:
#17 Northwestern 1 #22 Xavier 1
#18 Notre Dame #21 Duke 0
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Bowling Green State 3 St. Bonaventure 0
Tulsa 4 UMKC 0

SOUTH. Senior midfielders Chris Harmon and Jordan LeBlanc both had two goals and one assist to lead No. 12 Old Dominion to a 4-0 victory over. Navy.

-- Highly regarded freshman defender Jalen Robinson scored on a header to give No. 19 Wake Forest a 1-0 victory over Wofford in front of 3,695 at Spry Stadium.

SOUTH SCORES:
#5 Charlotte 2 Denver 1
#6 North Carolina 4 Gardner-Webb 0
#12 Old Dominion 4 Navy 0
#19 Wake Forest 1 Wofford
#23 West Virginia 2 Hartford 1
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Elon 2  High Point  4



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