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NCAA Division I men's scoreboard
August 28th, 2012 12:34AM
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[WEEK 2: Monday] Frenchman Francois Navarro, a transfer from NAIA school William Carey, scored twice and assisted on a third goal in a span of just over six minutes in the second half to give Monmouth a 3-1 victory over Providence in front of 1,856 fans.

Anthony Baumann put Monmouth ahead in the 37th minute. Edney Derrick set up both of Navarro’s goals, while Joseph Schmid put away a Navarro feed 15 seconds after the game-tying goal in the 64th minute for the game-winner.

EAST. Freshman Brandon Allen scored on a left-footed shot into the far corner in the 81st minute to give No. 20 Georgetown a 1-0 win over visiting Georgetown.

EAST SCORES:
#10 Boston College 0 Boston Univ. 1
#20 Georgetown 1 FGCU 0
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Massachusetts 1 Vermont 0
Monmouth 3 Providence 1
Penn State 3 Hartford 2
Saint Joseph's 0 NJIT 2
Seton Hall 2 Army 0

MIDWEST SCORES:
Valparaiso 6 St. Joseph's (Ind.) 1

SOUTH. Martin Ontiveros broke open a scoreless duel in the 47th minute and Kevin Pahl and Clint Ritter put the match away with two goals in the span of 61 seconds late in the second half to give No. 17 Furman a 3-0 win at Gardner-Webb on Monday.

-- Jamie Merriam scored on a pass from Travis Pittman for the lone goal as No. 19 West Virgina defeated visiting Stetson, 1-0.

SOUTH SCORES:
#5 Charlotte 1 Coastal Carolina 0
Gardner-Webb 0 #17 Furman 3
#19 West Virginia 1 Stetson 0
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Davidson 0 Clemson 0
UNC Asheville 0 USC Upstate 1
CSU Bakersfield UC Davis

SOUTH SCORES:
CSU Bakersfield 1 UC Davis 1
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