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NCAA Division I Women's Tournament scoreboard
November 16th, 2013 4:31PM
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[WOMEN'S SOCCER] Colorado beat No. 4 regional seed Denver, 1-0, on Anne Stuller's free kick in the 84th minute to end the Pioneers' 11-game winning streak. Denver was one of three seeds to fall along with No. 2 regional seed Marquette and No. 3 regional seed UCF.

NCAA Division I Women's Bracket

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 2 La Salle 0.
GU: Vanessa Skrumbis (Colleen Dinn) 28
GU: Marina Paul 47
Nov. 16 in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Wake Forest 2 Morehead State 0.

WFU: Courtney Owen (Jackie McSally; Riley Ridgik) 20
WFU: Riley Ridgik (Jackie McSally) 20
Att.: 310.

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 4 Milwaukee 0.

MICH: Nkem Ezurike (Madisson Lewis) 3
MICH: Meghan Toohey (Tori McCombs) 17
MICH: Nkem Ezurike (Corinne Harris) 30
MICH: Corinne Harris (Madisson  Lewis) 85
Att.: 549.

Nov. 16 in Louisville, Ky.
Louisville 1 Illinois State 1.

LOU: Lexie Niedoba 40
ILS: Hannah Leinert (Anna Stinson) 54
Att.: 442.
(Illinois State wins 4-3 on PKs.)
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.
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 0 Rutgers 0.
(West Virginia wins 3-0 on PKs.)
Att.: 1,610.
Nov. 16 in Boston
Boston Univ. 1 Harvard 0.

BU: Erica Kosienski (Kyle Strom) 76
Att.: 714.

Nov. 16 in Santa Clara, Calif.
(4) Santa Clara 2 California 1.

SCU: Aly Birgel (Julie Johnston) 22
CAL: Emi Lawson (Rachel Mercik) 48
SCU: Sofia Huerta (Brittany Ambrose) 70
Att.: 1,519
Nov. 16 in Orlando, Fla.
(3) UCF 1 St. John's 3.

UCF: Tatiana Coleman 18
STJ: Miranda Haraughty (Rachel Daly) 19
STJ: own goal 22
STJ: Rachel Daly 66
Att.: 457.

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 Colorado Springs, Colo.
Colorado College 1 Duke 1.

(Duke wins 4-3 on PKs.)
DUKE: Kelly Cobb (Kim DeCesare, Mollie Pathman) 28
CC: Kaeli Vandersluis (Sarah Schweiss) 43
Att.: 1,739.

Nov. 16 in Gainesville, Fla.
(2) Florida 2 Jacksonville 0.

UF: Tessa Andujar (Savannah Jordan) 31
UF: Meggie Dougherty Howard (Annie Speese) 57
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 Bloomington, Ind.
Indiana 1
DePaul 0.
IU: Veronica Ellis (Rebecca Chandler) 76
Att.: 658.

Nov. 16 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
(1) North Carolina 4 Liberty 0.

UNC: Kealia Ohai (9) Summer Green) 15
UNC: Kealia Ohai (10) Megan Brigman) 51
UNC: Paige Nielsen (Summer Green) 68
UNC: Cameron Castleberry (Paige Nielsen, Megan Brigman) 82
Att.: 1,207.
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 0 Illinois 0.

(Illinois wins 3-1 on PKs.)

Nov. 16 in Portland, Ore.
(3) Portland 2 Seattle 0.

UP: Danica Evans (Ellie Boon) 78
UP: Amanda Frisbie (pen.) 89
Att.: 2,366.
Nov. 16 in Denver
(4) Denver 0 Colorado 1.

COL: Anne Stuller 84.
Att.: 1,394.

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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