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Drexel takes first CAA title, UMBC clinches double
November 17th, 2013 3AM
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[MEN'S SOCCER: Conference Tournaments] Freshman defender Jameson Detweiler’s goal in the 26th minute lifted top-seeded Drexel to a 1-0 victory over No. 23 William & Mary for its first-ever CAA title. Pete Caringi III scored a pair of goals to lead No. 18 UMBC, past Hartford 4-0, in the America East final.

Tuesday Report
Wednesday Report
Thursday Report
Friday 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 4 Hartford 0

-- Pete Caringi III scored a pair of goals to lead No. 18 UMBC past Hartford in the America East final. Oumar Ballo and Mamadou Kansaye also scored for the Retrievers, who won the America East regular-season and tournament titles for the first time.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 1 William & Mary 0

-- Drexel became the eighth different school to capture the CAA championship in the past eight years.

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

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 1 Oakland 0
Milwaukee 2 Wright State 0
Final
Sunday, November 17
UIC vs. Milwaukee

-- Senior Slobodan Aleksov netted the game-winner for UIC in the 93rd minute on the rebound of his missed penalty kick.  Horizon League Player of the Year Laurie Bell and Andrew Stone scored in the first half for Milwaukee in its win over Oakland.

Ivy
No Tournament.

-- Penn won its first outright Ivy League title since 1972.

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

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

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

Pac-12
No Tournament.

-- Leo Stolz scored two goals while freshman Gage Zerboni added as UCLA beat San Diego State, 3-0, to close out regular season. The Bruins will win the Pac-10 if Washington loses to Oregon State. The Huskies will the tie with a win, while UW and UCLA will be co-champs in case of a tie.

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

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

Summit
Semifinals
Friday, November 15
Denver 5 IUPUI 0
Oral Roberts 1 Western Illinois 3
Final
Sunday, November 17
Denver vs. Western Illinois

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

WCC
No Tournament.

-- Loyola Marymount won its first outright WCC title.


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