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NCAA Division III Men's Tournament draw
November 11th, 2013 5:36PM

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[SMALL COLLEGES] Ohio Wesleyan, No. 1 in last week's NSCAA/Continental Tire rankings, is one of three teams with first-round byes in the NCAA Division III Men's Tournament. Rutgers-Camden and Loras also have byes in the 61-team tournament that begins Thursday. For the complete draw and bracket.

NCAA Division III Men's Tournament bracket

FIRST ROUND:
Nov. 14-16
King's (Pa.) vs. Lycoming
Stevens Inst. vs. Baruch
Mt. St. Mary vs. York (Pa.)
Carnegie Mellon vs. Virginia Wesleyan
Montclair State vs. Misericordia
Rochester (N.Y.) vs. SUNYIT
Oneonta State vs. Oberlin
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Rutgers-Camden vs.
Penn State-Behrend vs. Rose-Hulman
Dickinson vs. Susquehanna
Frank. & Marsh. vs. Catholic
Wheaton (Ill.) vs. Thomas More
Kenyon vs. Ohio Northern
Salisbury vs. Greensboro
Messiah vs. Centenary (N.J.)
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Lake Forest vs. Luther
Gust. Adolphus vs. St. Scholastica
Carleton vs. Westminster (Mo.)
Trinity (Texas) vs. Cal Lutheran
Puget Sound vs. Hardin-Simmons
Wartburg vs. Dominican (Ill.)
Wisconsin-Oshkosh vs. Hope
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Brandeis vs. John. & Wales
Rutgers-Newark vs. Roger Williams
Williams vs. Elms
Western New England vs. MIT
St. Lawrence vs. Thomas (Maine)
Wheaton (Mass.) vs. Plattsburgh St.
Amherst vs. Bridgewater State
Gordon vs. East. Conn. State


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