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Indiana stays alive with shootout win over Penn State
November 15th, 2013 7:18PM

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[MEN'S SOCCER: Conference Tournaments] Defending champion Indiana stayed alive in its bid to return to the NCAA Tournament as it beat Penn State in a shootout, 5-3, after a 0-0 draw following regulation and overtime to advance to the Big Ten final against Michigan State, a 1-0 winner over Northwestern. North Florida (Atlantic Sun) and Bryant (Northeast) moved into their first conference finals. The Horizon League semifinals were pushed back when Cleveland State withdrew after forfeiting its win over Wright State for using an ineligible player.

Tuesday Report
Wednesday Report
Thursday Report

ACC
Quarterfinals
Tuesday, November 12
Maryland 2 Boston College 0
Clemson 2 North Carolina 1
Wake Forest 0 Virginia 1
Notre Dame 1 Duke 0
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Maryland 1 Clemson 0
Notre Dame 3 Virginia 3
(Virginia wins 4-3 on PKs.)
Final
Sunday, November 17

Maryland vs. Virginia

Tuesday Report
Friday Report

America East
Quarterfinals
Saturday, November 9
Vermont 1 Albany 5
Binghamton 0 Hartford 1
Semifinals
Wednesday, November 13
UMBC 2 Albany 1
New Hampshire 0 Hartford 1
Final
Saturday, November 16
UMBC vs. Hartford

The American
First Round
Friday, November 8
Rutgers 5 Cincinnati 1
Quarterfinals
Saturday, November 9
UConn 5 SMU 0
Louisville 0 Rutgers 1
UCF 2 Memphis 1
Temple 0 USF 1
Semifinals
Friday, November 15

Rutgers 1 USF 2
UConn 2 UCF 0
Final
Sunday, November 17
UConn vs. USF

-- UConn extended its unbeaten streak to 13 games on a 2-0 win over UCF on goals from freshman Cyle Larin (the seventh time in eight games he's scored) and sophomore Nicholas Zuniga. USF advanced to the final on Stiven Salinas' golden goal from 22 yards in the 103rd minute.

Atlantic Sun
Quarterfinals
Wednesday, November 13
Jacksonville 0 Lipscomb 1
North Florida 1 Mercer 0
Semifinals
Friday, November 15

Lipscomb 0 ETSU 1
FGCU 0 North Florida 2
Final
Sunday, November 17
ETSU vs. North Florida

-- Fifth-seeded North Florida upset top-seeded FGCU, 2-1, on goals from Luis Daniel Camejo and Pedro Carneiro to clinch a spot in the final for the first time in its history. The Ospreys will play ETSU, a 1-0 winner over Lipscomb on William Nordenstrom's goal.

Atlantic-10
Quarterfinals
Thursday, November 14
George Mason 0 Saint Joseph's 0
(George Mason wins 4-2 on PKs.)
VCU 2 Duquesne 1
Saint Louis 2 Massachusetts 0
La Salle 1 Dayton 1
(La Salle wins 3-2 on PKs.)
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
VCU 2 George Mason 3
Saint Louis 2 La Salle 1
Final
Sunday, November 17

Saint Louis vs. George Mason

-- David Graydon and Kingsley Bryce each recorded a goal and an assist to help top-seeded Saint Louis post a 2-1 victory over La Salle. George Mason scored the game-winner against VCU 30 seconds into overtime when Timi Mulgrew headed a cross from Zach Herstek.

Big East
Quarterfinals
Tuesday, November 12
Providence 2 Creighton 1
Xavier 0 Butler 1
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Georgetown 0 Providence 0
(Providence wins 5-4 on PKs.)
Marquette 1 Xavier 0
Final
Sunday, November 17
Marquette vs. Providence

-- Marquette  finally broke through as senior Adam Lysak’s golden goal sent the Golden Eagles into the Big East final at PPL Park. They'll face Providence, which advanced past top-seeded Georgetown, 5-4, following a scoreless draw after 110 minutes.

Big South
Quarterfinals
Tuesday, November 12
Gardner-Webb 1 Radford 2
Coastal Carolina 2 Winthrop 1
High Point 0 Liberty 1
Longwood 2 Campbell 2
(Longwood wins 4-1 on PKs.)
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Coastal Carolina 3 Radford 2
Longwood 0 Liberty 2
Final
Sunday, November 17
Coastal Carolina vs. Liberty

-- Pedro Ribeiro, Sergio Camargo and Agust Arnarson each scored as No. 20 Coastal Carolina overcame a two-goal second half deficit to defeat Radford 3-2. Liberty downed Longwood on goals by defenders Sam Duininck and Tim Harbison.
 
Big Ten
Quarterfinals
Wednesday, November 13
Wisconsin 1 Northwestern 2
Michigan State 2 Ohio State 0
Michigan 1 Indiana 2
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Penn State 0 Indiana 0
(Indiana wins 7-6 on PKs.)
Michigan State 1 Northwestern 0
Final
Sunday, November 17
Penn State vs. Michigan State

-- Indiana is 7-11-2 and only eligible for the postseason if it wins on Sunday. Michigan State’s Fatai Alashe scored the game-winning goal in the 24th minute to send the Spartans back to the Big Ten championship game.

Big West
Quarterfinals
Tuesday, November 12
UC Davis 3 UC Riverside 1
Cal State Northridge 4 Cal Poly 1
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
UC Irvine 2 UC Davis 0
UC Santa Barbara 2 Cal State Northridge 3
Final
Sunday, November 17
UC Irvine vs. Cal State Northridge

-- An early goal from Enrique Cardenas off a corner kick put UCI ahead, and  Lester Hayes III added a late insurance goal.

CAA
Quarterfinals
Saturday, November 9
William & Mary 1 Hofstra 0
Delaware 1 Northeastern 0
Semifinals
Thursday, November 14
William & Mary 6 UNCW 3
Drexel 2 Delaware 2
(Drexel wins 7-6 on PKs.)
Final
Saturday, November 16
Drexel vs. William & Mary

-- Chris Perez had the game-winning goal and two assists for W&M, while sophomore Jackson Eskay scored twice. UNCW got a pair of goals from junior Mateo Cardona. Freshman goalkeeper Tyler Afflerbach made a diving save on Drew Colletti’s penalty kick in the ninth round to send Drexel into the final.

Conference USA
Quarterfinals
Wednesday, November 13
South Carolina 1 Tulsa 3
Old Dominion 0 Kentucky 1
UAB 1 Charlotte 2
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Kentucky 0 Charlotte 1
New Mexico 0 Tulsa 3
Final
Sunday, November 17
Charlotte vs. Tulsa
 
-- Reigning champion Tulsa beat top-seed New Mexico, 3-0, on goals from Quinton Duncan, Quinton Duncan and Omar Mata in the first 50 minutes. Charlotte defeated Kentucky on Brandt Bronico’s goal late in the first half for the 49ers' seventh straight victory.

Horizon
Quarterfinals
Tuesday, November 12
Oakland 2 Valparaiso 1
Cleveland State 2 Wright State 1
(Cleveland State forfeited win for using an ineligible player.)
Semifinals
Saturday, November 15
UIC vs. Oakland
Milwaukee vs. Wright State

Ivy
No Tournament.

Mid-American
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Hartwick 0 Western Michigan 1
Akron 3 West Virginia 0
Final
Sunday, November 17
Akron vs. Western Michigan

-- Thanks to a pair of goals from Eric Stevenson, top-seeded Akron cruised to a 3-0 victory over West Virginia. Center back Connor Furgason propelled Western Michigan to its third appearance in the MAC final, heading in the game-winner  in the 82nd minute.

Missouri Valley
Quarterfinals
Wednesday, November 13
Bradley 3 Evansville 2
SIUE 2 Loyola (Ill.) 1
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Drake 0 Bradley 3
Missouri State 1 SIUE 0
Final
Sunday, November 17
Bradley vs. Missouri State

-- Jack Griffin scored midway through the first half to earn top-seed Missouri State the victory for SIUE. Goals 144 seconds apart from Cody Lofgren and Zach Kovacevic broke open a scoreless game and propelled Bradley past Drake.

Northeast
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Central Conn. State 0 St. Francis (N.Y.) 2
Saint Francis (Pa.) 2 Bryant 2
(Bryant wins 3-0 on penalties.)
Final
Sunday, November 17
St. Francis (N.Y.) vs. Bryant

-- Kevin Correa
scored two second-half goals as St. Francis (N.Y.) upset top-seeded Central Connecticut State. The Terriers will face Bryant, which advanced to the Northeast championship match for the first time with a shootout win over St. Francis (N.Y.). Bryant goalkeeper Chris Knaub turned away the first two shots he faced in the shootout. Connor Norat's goal for the Bulldogs with 90 seconds left in regulation sent the game into overtime.

Pac-12
No Tournament.

Patriot
Quarterfinals
Tuesday, November 12
Bucknell 3 American 0
Holy Cross 3 Colgate 1
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Navy 1 Bucknell 0
Army 1 Holy Cross 1
(Holy Cross wins 4-3 on PKs.)
Final
Sunday, November 17

-- Dave Arnold's goal in the 58th minute advanced top-seeded Navy past Bucknell. Navy is seeking its 11th NCAA Tournament berth but first since 1988. Holy Cross rallied from down 2-0 in the shootout to beat Army.

Southern
Quarterfinals
Saturday, November 9
Elon 1 Appalachian State 1
(Elon wins 8-7 on PKs.)
Furman 1 Davidson 0
Georgia Southern 1 UNCG 0
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Elon 5 Georgia Southern 1
Wofford 2 Furman 1
Final
Sunday, November 17
Wofford vs. Elon

-- Top-seeded Wofford got second-half goals from Carlos Dominguez Gonzalez and Connor Davis to rally for a 2-1 win over Furman.  SoCon Player of the Year Daniel Lovitz and James Brace had a goal and an assist each for Elon in its 5-1 win.



Summit
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Denver 5 IUPUI 0
Oral Roberts vs. Western Illinois
Final
Sunday, November 17

-- Zach Bolden
recorded a hat trick and had an assist for seven points -- the most by a Denver player since 1999 -- in the Pioneers' 5-0 win over IUPUI. Denver, which is unbeaten in 13 straight games, will face Western Illinois, which came back from an early deficit to defeat Oral Roberts, 3-1. Jacob Bevan had the tying goal, while Oscar Ortega scored twice in four minutes to give the Fighting Leathernecks the win.

WAC
Quarterfinals
Thursday, November 14
Air Force 2 Houston Baptist 1
CSU Bakersfield 1 Kansas City 0
UNLV 2 San Jose State 2
(San Jose State wins 9-8 on PKs.)
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
CSU Bakersfield 0 San Jose State 1
Air Force 0 Seattle 2
Final
Sunday, November 17
Seattle vs. San Jose State

-- Top-seeded Seattle picked up an early goal from Renato Bandeira and then depended on a solid night in the net by goalie Jake Feener before putting away a late tally from freshman Jeff Rose to defeat host Air Force, 2-0. Eric Mendez scored in the 77th minute for the lone goal in San Jose State's win.

WCC
No Tournament.


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