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November 18th, 2012 5:28PM
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[RESULTS: NCAA Division I Men]Nikita Kotlov's hat trick, the first of his college career, gave Indiana a 4-1 win over Xavier, while sophomore Dylan Mares had three goals for Louisville in its 5-0 win over Winthrop. For all the action ...

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SECOND ROUND, RESULTS:
Nov. 18
Georgetown 1 Charlotte 0.
GEO: Brandon Allen (Keegan Rosenberry, Steve Neumann) 43
Att.: 859.

Connecticut 1 Northeastern 0.

UCONN: Mamadou Diouf (George Fochive) 24
Att.: 4,675.

Indiana 4 Xavier 1.

IU: Nikita Kotlov (Harrison Petts) 18
XAV: Matt Walker (Luke Spencer) 33
IU: Nikita Kotlov 68
IU: Fe Janzen-Hollinger (Eriq Zavaleta) 80
IU: Nikita Kotlov (Jacob Bushue) 83
Att.: 1,161.

Notre Dame 3Michigan State 0.
ND: Harrison Shipp (Dillon Powers) 33
ND: Ryan Finley (Dillon Powers) 44
ND: Max Lachowecki 80

Saint Louis 1 Fairleigh Dickinson 2.
FDU: Jan Aubert (Antony Moore) 56
SLU: Robbie Kristo (Jon Roeckle, William Hidalgo) 73
FDU: Jack McVey (Antony Moore) 103
Att.: 2,042.

Akron 2 Michigan 1.
AKR: Eric Stevenson 43
AKR: Thomas Schmitt (Aodhan Quinn) 59
UM: James Murphy (Tyler Arnone) 62
Att.: 3,264.

Wake Forest 1 Coastal Carolina 2.
WF: Michael Gamble 4
COA: Justin Portillo 65
COA: Jakub Stourac (Robby Joe Daniels) 99
Att.: 748.

Marquette 0 Northwestern 1.
NU: Joey Calistri (Scott Lakin) 31
Att.: 1,186.

Maryland 2 Brown 1.
BU: Bobby Belair (Dylan Remick) 17
MD: Patrick Mullins 44
MD: Dan Metzger (Helge Leikvang) 90
Att.: 1,663.

USF 0 Tulsa 1.
TUL: Omar Mata 99
Att.: 2,663.

Creighton 4 Washington 2.
CU: Brent Kallman (Bruno Castro) 6
UW: James Moberg (Michael Harris) 48
CU: Timo Pitter (Jose Ribas) 55
CU: Andrew Ribeiro (Jose Ribas) 66
CU: Christian Blandon (Timo Pitter) 865
UW:  Dylan Tucker-Gangnes 89
Att.: 1,681.

North Carolina 0 UMBC 0.
(North Carolina wins 3-2 on penalties.)

New Mexico 3 Virginia 1.
UNM: Kyle Venter (Michael Calderon) 6
UVA: Matt Brown (Scott Thomsen) 48
UNM: James Rogers (Michael Calderon) 58
UNM: Michael Calderon 90
Att.: 3,121.

VCU 2 Syracuse 3.
VCU: Juan Monge Solano 9
VCU: Dennis Castillo (pen.) 14
SU: Louis Clark 21
SU: Stefanos Stamoulacatos (Louis Clark) 30
SU: Louis Clark (Ted Cribley) 108
Att.: 899.

Louisville 5 Winthrop 0.
LOU: Greg Cochrane (Will Vitalis) 1
LOU: Dylan Mares (Ryan Smith) 34
LOU: Dylan Mares (Paolo DelPiccolo) 49
LOU: Dylan Mares (Greg Cochrane) 64
LOU: Zach Foxhoven (Luis Ramirez) 81
Att.: 1,456.

UCLA 2San Diego 5.
UCLA: Ryan Hollingshead (Evan Raynr) 10
USD: Connor Brandt (Dan Delgado, Conor McFadden) 31
USD: Sergio Lopez (Delgado, Dan, Connor Brandt) 52
UCLA: Evan Raynr (Leo Stolz) 54
USD: Patrick Wallen (Dan Delgado) 66
USD: Patrick Wallen 67
USD:  James Cohn (Connor Brandt) 78
Att.: 682.

FIRST ROUND, RESULTS:
Michigan State 2 Cleveland State 1.
MSU: Adam Montague (Nick Wilson) 13
MSU: Nick Wilson (Adam Montague, Kevin Cope) 20
CSU: Cristian Arboleda (Alfonso Sandoval) 87

Kentucky 0 Xavier 1
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XAV: Luke Spencer (Matt Miller, Will Miller) 86

Old Dominion 0 UMBC 0.
(UMBC wins 4-2 on penalties.)

St. John's 0 Fairleigh Dickinson 1.
FDU: Antony Moore 36
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Michigan 3 Niagara 1
NIA: Bryan Da Cruz (Micah Paulino) 59
UM: Fabio Pereira (pen.) 66
UM: Fabio Pereira 68
UM: Fabio Pereira (pen.) 73

Washington 1 Air Force 0.
UW: Michael Harris (James Moberg) 15

Virginia 1 Lafayette 0.
UVA: Will Bates (Scott Thomsen) 88

Northeastern 1 Boston College 0.
NU: Don Anding (Nikko Lara) 14
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Charlotte 3 UAB 2.
CHA: Jennings Rex (Tyler Gibson) 7
CHA: Jennings Rex (Donnie Smith) 29
UAB: Mladen Lemez (pen.) 50
CHA: Giuseppe Gentile (Owen Darby) 52
UAB: Diego Navarette (Chase Wickham) 85

Cornell 0 Syracuse 1.
SYR: Lars Muller (Tyler Hilliard) 9

USF 0 FGCU 0.
(USF wins 5-3 on penalties.)

Cal State Northridge 1 San Diego 2.
CSUN: Sagi Lev-Ari (Michael Abalos) 73
USD: Dan Delgado 89
USD: Connor Brandt (Dan Delgado) 104
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Northwestern 1 Western Illinois 0.
NU: Nick Gendron (Henry Herrill) 63

SMU 1 Winthrop 1.
(Winthrop wins 3-1 on penalties.)
SMU: Eddie Puskarich (Juan Castillo) 48
WIN: Achille Obougou 88

Coastal Carolina 3 Elon 0.
COA: Pedro Ribeiro (Taylor Lemmon) 42
COA: Pedro Ribeiro 59
COA: Matt Risher (Justin Portillo) 70

Drexel 0 Brown 2.
BRO: Thomas McNamara (Dylan Remick) 17
BRO: Daniel Taylor (Dylan Remick) 42



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