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NCAA Division I Women's Tournament scoreboard
November 14th, 2012 9:46PM

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[SCHEDULE: Second Round] The NCAA Division I Women's Tournament moves into regional play at eight venues. Regional No. 1 seed BYU hosts Auburn, and Big East champion Marquette faces Ivy League champion Princeton in Provo on Thursday. For all the action ...

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SECOND ROUND, SCHEDULE:
Nov. 16 in Stanford, Calif.
Stanford vs. Santa Clara
Maryland vs. Denver
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Nov. 16 in Los Angeles
UCLA vs. Kentucky
California vs. San Diego State
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Nov. 16 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
North Carolina vs. Illinois
Baylor vs. Georgetown
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Nov. 15 in Provo, Utah
Marquette vs. Princeton
BYU vs. Auburn
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Nov. 16 in University Park, Pa.
Penn State vs. Boston College
Michigan vs. Portland
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Nov. 16 in Charlottesville, Va.
Duke vs. Miami (Ohio)
Virginia vs. Rutgers
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Nov. 16 in Gainesville, Fla.
Florida vs. UCF
Notre Dame vs. Wake Forest
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Nov. 16 in Tallahassee, Fla.
Texas A&M vs. Oakland
Florida State vs. Texas Tech

FIRST ROUND, RESULTS:
Nov. 11
Virginia Tech 2 Georgetown 3
GEO:  Colleen Dinn (Daphne Corboz) 4
VT:  Ashley Meier (Kelsey Loupee) 42
VT: Jazmine Reeves (Anne Lumpkin) 44
GEO:  Kaitlin Brenn (Mary Kroening) 78
GEO:  Sarah Adams (Jessica Clinton) 94

Tennessee 2 Miami (Ohio) 3.

UT: Alexis Owens 27
MIA: Katy Dolesh (Jess Kodiak) 28
UT: Caroline Brown (Katie Lenz) 76
MIA: Kelsey Dinges (unassisted) 90
MIA: Kayla Zakrzewski (Kelsey Dinges) 95

Nov. 10
Santa Clara 2 Long Beach State 1.
SCU: Meleana Shim (Sofia Huerta) 18
SCU: Lauren Matheson (Julie Johnston) 38
LBSU: Alex Balcer (Kelsey Wilson) 71

Denver 3 Colorado College 1.

DEN: Kristen Hamilton (Kaitlin Bast) 17
DEN: Kaitlin Bast (Kalie Vaughn, Nicholette Larson) 54
DEN: Kaitlin Bast (Cassidy Larson) 63
CC: Kaeli Vanderluis (Hannah Peterson) 78

Maryland 2 Stony Brook 0.

MD: Becky Kaplan 85
MD: Hayley Brock (Becky Kaplan; Danielle Hubka) 88

UCLA 1 Wisconsin 0.

UCLA: Taylor Smith (Caprice Dydasco) 15

Pepperdine 0 California 1.

CAL: Ariana Martinez 85

San Diego State 3 Cal State Northridge 0.

SDSU: Hannah Keane (Kory Spotts) 10
SDSU: Megan Jurado (Hannah Keane) 25
SDSU: Sarah Halverson 80

North Carolina 2 Radford 0.

UNC: Amber Brooks (Summer Green) 58
UNC: Crystal Dunn (Alyssa Rich) 73

Missouri 1 Illinois 1.

(Illinois wins 3-0 on penalties.)
ILL: Allie Osoba (Shayla Mutz) 19
MO: Danielle Nottingham (Lauren Flynn) 53

West Virginia 1 Princeton 2.

PRIN: Lynessa McGee 5
PRIN: Jen Hoy 54
WVU: Frances Silva (Kelsie Maloney) 82

BYU 2 Utah State 1.
BYU: Jessica Ringwood (Marissa Nimmer) 30
USU: Marissa Nimmer (Kayla Varner) 40
BYU: Jessica Ringwood (Jackie Tillotson) 47

Penn State 4 LIU Brooklyn 0.
PSU: Christine Nairn (Mallory Weber) 25
PSU: Raquel Rodriguez (Mallory Peterson) 41
PSU: Tani Costa (Maya Hayes) 77
PSU: Maya Hayes 81

Michigan 2 Central Michigan 1.

CMU: Laura Gosse (Bailey Brandon) 3
UM: Clare Stachel (Chloe Sosenko) 90
UM: Nkem Ezurike (Emily Jaffe) 95

Duke 6 Loyola (Md.) 0.

DU: Kaitlyn Kerr Cassie Pecht) 10
DU: Cassie Pecht (Laura Weinberg; Mollie Pathman) 22
DU: Kaitlyn Kerr (Cassie Pecht) 29
DU: Kelly Cobb (Katie Trees) 41
DU: Callie Simpkins (Gilda Doria; Katie Trees) 42
DU: Kaitlyn Kerr (Mollie Pathman) 68

Colgate 0 Rutgers 1.

RUT: Amy Pietrangelo (Cassie Inacio) 18

UCF 1 Miami (Fla.) 1.

(UCF wins 5-3 on penalties.)
UM: Ally Andreini (Shannon McCarthy; Kate Howarth) 20
UCF: Ashley Nicol (Madison Barney) 85

Wake Forest 4 Georgia Southern 0.

WF: Katie Stengel (Marisa Park) 60
WF: Marisa Park (Kristen Meier) 64
WF: Rachel Nuzzolese (Alisha Woodson) 65
WF:  Katie Stengel (Kristen Meier) 79

Ohio State 1 Oakland 1.
Highlights
(Oakland wins 3-1 on penalties.)
OAK: Julianne Boyle (Joan Sieja) 41
OSU: Tiffany Cameron (Ellyn Gruber, Lauren Granberg) 61

Texas Tech 2 North Texas 0.

TTU: Dawn Ward (Janine Beckie) 51
TTU: Dawn Ward (Hannah Devine) 59

Nov. 9
Stanford 3 Idaho State 0.
STAN: Alex Doll (Nina Watkins) 7
STAN: Courtney Verloo (Chioma Ubogagu) 21
STAN: Sydney Payne (Madeleine Thompson) 41

Kentucky 1 UT Martin 0.
UK: Kelli Hubly (Arin Gilliland) 93

Arizona State 1 Baylor 3
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BAY: Hanna Gilmore  (Lisa Sliwinski) 16
BAY: Alex Klein (Larissa Campos) 35
ASU: Cali Farquharson (unassisted) 55
BAY: Taylor Heatherly (unassisted) 56

Marquette 3 Illinois State 0.

MAR: Lisa Philbin (Rachael Sloan) 4
MAR: Ally Miller  (unassisted) 27
MAR: Mary Luba (Emily Jacobson) 69

Washington 1 Auburn 2.

AU: Tori Ball (unassisted) 3
AU: Mary Nicholson (Tori Ball) 15
WU: Lindsay Elston (unassisted) 38

Boston College 2 Hofstra 0.

BC: Stephanie McCaffrey (Kristen Mewis) 12
BC: Kristen Mewis (unassisted) 80

Portland 2 Washington State 2
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(Portland wins 6-5 on penalties.)
WSU: Brandi Vega (Micaela Castain) 36
UP: Kendall Johnson (Amanda Frisbee) 43
WSU: Nicole Setterlund (Delaney Zalud) 54
UP: Michelle Cruz (Kendall Johnson) 62

Virginia 4 La Salle 1
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UVA: Caroline Miller (Erica Hollenberg) 4
UVA: Morgan Brian (Gloria Douglas, Kate Norbo) 35
LAS: Kelsey Haycook (Courtney Niemiec) 59
UVA: Gloria Douglas (Caroline Miller) 78
UVA: Kate Norbo (Morgan Stith, Gloria Douglas) 81

Florida 2 FGCU 0
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UF: Erika Tymrak (Adriana Leon) 22
UF: Annie Speese (Erika Tymrak) 77

Notre Dame 3 Milwaukee 1.

UWM: Helen Steinhauser (pen.) 28
ND: Katie Naughton (Brittany Von Ruden) 44
ND: Lauren Bohaboy (unassisted) 53
ND: Crystal Thomas (Mandy Laddish) 90

Texas A&M 1 Stephen F. Austin 0.

TAMU: Annie Kunz (Bianca Brinson) 29

Florida State 6 Mississippi Valley State 0

FSU: Dagny Brynjarsdottir (Kristin Grubka) 10
FSU: Ines Jaurena (Casey Short) 14
FSU: Tiffany McCarty (Jamia Fields) 23
FSU: Jamia Fields (unassisted) 60
FSU: Tiffany McCarty (unassisted) 70
FSU: M. Bakowska-Mathews (Carson Pickett) 80
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