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NCAA Division I Women's Tournament scoreboard
November 15th, 2013 7:04PM

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[WOMEN'S SOCCER] No. 2 seed Nebraska advanced to the round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament with a 4-0 win over Southeastern Louisiana thanks to a historic four-goal performance from freshman Jaycie Johnson. She is the first freshman and just the fifth player in NCAA Tournament history to score four goals in a match. For the complete scoreboard.

-- Other hat tricks were scored by Makenzy Doniak (three goals for Virginia in its 5-0 win over St. Francis, Pa.) and Brazilian Rafaelle Souza (three goals for Mississippi in a 9-0 win over Jackson State).

-- Allie Bailey's goal just over two minutes into the first overtime lifted SEC champion Texas A&M, a No. 4 regional seed, to a 1-0 victory over Utah.

NCAA Division I Women's Bracket

FIRST ROUND:
Nov. 15 in Charlottesville, Va.
(1) Virginia 5 St. Francis (Pa.) 0.
UVA: Makenzy Doniak (Kate Norbo) 19
UVA: Makenzy Doniak 21
UVA: Morgan Brian (Danielle Colaprico) 31
UVA: Makenzy Doniak (Danielle Colaprico) 63
UVA: Brittany Ratcliffe (Molly Menchel, Mary Morgan) 83
Att.: 1,611.

Nov. 16 in Washington, D.C.
Georgetown vs. La Salle

Nov. 16 in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Wake Forest vs. Morehead State

Nov. 15 in University Park, Pa.
(4) Penn State 3 Monmouth 0.

PSU: Tani Costa (Mallory Weber) 7
PSU: Tani Costa (Taylor Schram, Maya Hayes) 51
PSU: Whitney Church (Taylor Schram) 67
Att.: 747.

Nov. 16 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
(3) Michigan vs. Milwaukee

Nov. 16 in Louisville, Ky.
Louisville vs. Illinois State

Nov. 15 in South Bend. Ind.
Notre Dame 4 Iowa 1.

IU: Melanie Pickert (pen.) 5
ND: Morgan Andrews (pen.) 38
ND: Morgan Andrew (Elizabeth Tucker) 44
ND: Elizabeth Tucker 53
ND: Katie Naughton (Brittany Von Rueden) 87
Att.: 1,154.

Nov. 15 in Milwaukee
(2) Marquette 0 Western Michigan 1.

WMU: Aubrey Sudomier 85
Att.: 453.
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Nov. 15 in Blacksburg, Va.
(1) Virginia Tech 2 UMBC 0.
VT: Shannon Mayrose (Taylor Antolino) 40
VT: Ashley Manning ( Danielle King) 61
Att.: 1,212.

Nov. 16 in Morgantown, W.Va.
West Virginia vs. Rutgers

Nov. 16 in Boston
Boston Univ. vs. Harvard

Nov. 16 in Santa Clara, Calif.
(4) Santa Clara vs. California

Nov. 16 in Orlando, Fla.
(3) UCF vs. St. John's

Nov. 15 in Stillwater Okla.
Oklahoma State 1 Arkansas 2.

ARK: Lindsey Mayo (Claire Kelley) 34
OSU: Madison Mercado (Michela Ongaro) 49
ARK: Tyler Allen 70
Att.: 1,088.

Nov. 16 in Durham, N.C.
Duke vs. Colorado College

Nov. 16 in Gainesville, Fla.
(2) Florida vs. Jacksonville
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Nov. 15 in Los Angeles
(2) UCLA 3 San Diego State 0.

UCLA: Sam Mewis (Kodi Lavrusky, Caprice Dydasco) 1
UCLA: Taylor Smith (Sarah Killion, Sam Mewis) 30
UCLA: Kodi Lavrusky (Darian Jenkins) 53
Att.: 659.

Nov. 15 in Lexington, Ky.
Kentucky 3 Ohio State 1.

UK: Caitlin Landis (Olivia Jester) 51
UK: Arin Gilliland 54
OSU: Nichelle Prince (Lindsay Agnew) 73
UK: Zoe Swift (Arin Gilliland) 76
Att.: 984.

Nov. 15 in Palo Alto, Calif.
Stanford 1 Cal State Fullerton 0.

STAN: Taylor Uhl 14
Att.: 1,223.

Nov. 15 in Columbia, S.C.
(3) South Carolina 5 Furman 0.

USC: Taylor Leach (Gabrielle Gilbert, Chelsea Drennan) 15
USC:  Raina Johnson (Danielle Au, Sabrina D'Angelo) 19
USC: Coryn Bajema (Elizabeth Sinclair. Daija Griffin) 28
USC: Coryn Bajema (Chelsea Drennan) 35
USC: Sophie Groff Danielle Au) 63

Nov. 15 in College Station, Texas
(4) Texas A&M 1 Utah 0.

TAM: Allie Bailey (Shea Groom) 93
Att.: 1,400.

Nov. 15 in Lubbock, Texas
Texas Tech 3 Minnesota 0.

TTU: Jessica Fuston 10
TTU: Janine Beckie 32
TTU: Janine Beckie (Jaelene Hinkle) 80
Att.: 1,123.

Nov. 16 in Chicago
DePaul vs. Indiana

Nov. 16 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
(1) North Carolina vs. Liberty
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Nov. 15 in Lincoln, Neb.
(2) Nebraska 4 Southeastern La. 0.

NEB: Jaycie Johnson (Jordan Jackson) 4
NEB: Jaycie Johnson  (Mayme Conroy) 24
NEB: Jaycie Johnson (Samantha Areman) 52
NEB: Jaycie Johnson (Jordan Jackson) 56
Att.: 687.

Nov. 15 in Newton, Mass.
Boston College 2 Northeastern 0.

BC: McKenzie Meehan (Gibby Wagner) 9
BC: Lauren Bernard 46
Att.: 659.

Nov. 16 in Pullman, Wash.
Washington State vs. Illinois

Nov. 16 in Portland, Ore.
(3) Portland vs. Seattle

Nov. 16 in Denver
(4) Denver vs. Colorado

Nov. 15 in Provo, Utah
BYU 4 Weber State 0.

BYU: own goal 8
BYU: Jaiden Thornock (Niki Fernandes) 31
BYU: Colett Jepson Smith (Marissa Nimmer) 52
BYU: Ella Johnson (pen.) 67
Att.: 1,897.

Nov. 15 in Oxford, Miss.
Mississippi 9 Jackson State 0.

OM: Bethany Bunker 3
OM: Rafaelle Souza 15
OM: Mandy McCalla (Jennifer Miller) 26
OM: Olivia Harrison (Mandy McCalla) 25
OM: Rafaelle Souza (Gretchen Harknett; Addie Forbus) 36
OM: Rafaelle Souza (Bethany Bunker) 53
OM: Erin Emerson (Bethany Bunker) 65
OM: Jessica Hiskey (Gretchen Harknett) 65
OM: Sydney Eddy (Addie Forbus) 77
Att.: 801.

Nov. 15 in Tallahassee, Fla.
(1) Florida State 5 South Alabama 0.

FSU: Carson Pickett (B.Thorvaldsdottir) 9
FSU: Kassey Kallman (Megan Campbell) 16
FSU: Megan Campbell 21
FSU: Carson Pickett 47
FSU: Nora Kervroedan (Marta Bakowska-Mathews, Megan Campbell) 90
Att.: 813.


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