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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Schedule
November 18th, 2013 3:38PM

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[MEN'S SOCCER] Tournament play in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament begins with the first round on Thursday. Eight former national champions will be in action, including Navy, which is making its first postseason appearance in 25 years, Quinnipiac and Seattle will make their NCAA Tournaments debuts. The 16 seeds will play the first-round winners on Sunday. For the complete schedule.

Men's Bracket

FIRST ROUND
Thursday, November 21
Elon vs. Clemson
Connecticut vs. Quinnipiac
Akron vs. Indiana
Delaware vs. St. John's
Wisconsin vs. Milwaukee
VCU vs. Navy
Louisville vs. Denver
Old Dominion vs. Drexel
Penn vs. Providence
North Carolina vs. USF
Coastal Carolina vs. ETSU
Northwestern vs. Bradley
William & Mary vs. George Mason
Penn State vs. St. Francis (N.Y.)
Stanford vs. Loyola Marymount
Creighton vs. Seattle

SECOND ROUND
Sunday, November 24
(1) UCLA vs. Elon/Clemson winner
(16) UMBC vs. Connecticut/Quinnipiac winner
(9) Marquette vs. Akron/Indiana winner
(8) Virginia vs. Wisconsin/Milwaukee winner
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(3) Notre Dame vs. Wisconsin/Milwaukee winner
(14) Wake Forest vs. VCU/Navy winner
(11) Michigan State vs. Louisville/Denver winner
(6) Georgetown vs. Old Dominion/Drexel winner
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(5) Maryland vs. Penn/Providence winner
(12) UC Irvine vs. North Carolina/USF winner
(13) Charlotte vs. Coastal Carolina/ETSU winner
(4) California vs. Northwestern/Bradley winner
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(7) New Mexico vs. William & Mary/George Mason winner
(10) UC Santa Barbara vs. Penn State/St. Francis (N.Y.) winner
(15) CSU Northridge vs. Stanford/Loyola Marymount winner
(2) Washington vs. Creighton/Seattle winner


1 comment
  1. Marc Silverstein
    commented on: November 21, 2013 at 8:12 a.m.
    mistake...it is UVA who I think plays the winner of the Delaware vs. St. Johns match.


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