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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Scoreboard
November 21st, 2013 5:05PM

TAGS:  college men


[MEN'S SOCCER] The first round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament produced seven overtime games. St. John's and Bradley won on golden goals by Jordan Rouse and Wojciech Wojcik, respectively, while Stanford, Louisville, Providence, George Mason and Elon all won in shootouts. Stanford needed a tying goal from Zach Batteer with 17 seconds left to tie its game with Loyola Marymount at 1-1. Elon's shootout win over Clemson before more than 3,300 fans gave the Phoenix its first win in the NCAA Tournament. For the complete results and schedule.

Men's Bracket

Thursday, November 21
Old Dominion 5 Drexel 1.
ODU: Tim Hopkinson (Jesse Miralrio) 4
ODU: Tim Hopkinson (Ivan Militar) 16
ODU: Cole Stringer (Jesse Miralrio) 17
ODU: Jesse Miralrio (Ivan Militar) 47
DU: Jared Girard (Guido Pena) 69
ODU: Sydney Rivera (Ivan Militar) 90
Att.: 555.

Connecticut 2 Quinnipiac 1.

UCONN: Nicholas  Zuniga (Jakob Nerwinski, George Fochive) 51
QUINN: Simon Hinde 73
UCONN: Mamadou Doudou Diouf (Jakob Nerwinski) 81
Att.: 2,780.

Akron 3 Indiana 2.
AKR: Reinaldo Brenes (Adam Najem) 7
AKR:  Aodhan Quinn 24
AKR: Reinaldo Brenes (Aodhan Quinn) 48
IU: Dylan Lax (Patrick Doody) 52
IU: Jacob Bushue (Tommy Thompson) 53
Att.: 1,919.

Delaware 1 St. John's 2.
STJ: Gabriel Camara (Danny Bedoya) 18
DEL: Guillermo Delgado (Mark Garrity, Prince Nartey) 89
STJ: Jordan Rouse (Jelani Williams) 99
Att.: 1,123.

VCU 0 Navy 3.

NAVY: Martin Sanchez (Blake Busse) 68
NAVY: Geoff Fries 71
NAVY: Geoff Fries (Grant Valenstein) 76
Att.: 993.

North Carolina 1 USF 0.
UNC: Omar Holness (Cooper Vandermaas-Peeler) 4
Att.: 1,336.

Coastal Carolina 2 ETSU 0.

CCU: Sergio Camargo (Agust Arnarson) 17
CCU: Jakub Stourac (Pedro Ribeiro) 32
Att.: 643.

Penn State 1 St. Francis (N.Y.) 0.
PSU: Eli Dennis (Drew Klingenberg) 37
Att.: 507.

Louisville 0 Denver 0.
Att.: 765.
(Louisville wins 3-2 on PKs)

Penn 1 Providence 1
PENN: Alec Neuman (Matt Poplawski) 10
PROV: Wilder Arboleda (Mac Steeves) 23
Att.: 712.
(Providence wins 3-1 on PKs.)

William & Mary 2 George Mason 2
GMU: Timi Mulgrew 34
W&M: Roshan Patel 36
GMU: Wes Sever (Zach Herstek) 72
W&M: Jackson Eskay 79
Att.: 1,109.
(George Mason wins 4-2 on PKs.)

Creighton 1 Seattle 2.
CU: Sonny Makh (Carlos McCrary ) 15
SU: Miguel Gonzalez 31
SU: Miguel Gonzalez (Michael Roberts) 72
Att.: 584.

Elon 1 Clemson 1.
ELON: Jason Waterman (Nathan Diehl) 59
CLEM: Thales Moreno (Jack Metcalf) 70
Att.: 3,348.
(Elon wins 4-1 on PKs.)

Wisconsin 1 Milwaukee 0.

UW: Chris Prince (Toni Ramadani, Nick Janus) 13
Att.: 1,473.

Northwestern 2 Bradley 3.
BU: Scott Davis (Wojciech Wojcik, Grant Bell) 7
NU: Nikko Boxall (Cole Missimo) 12
BU: Wojciech Wojcik (Andrew Brown) 27
NU: Grant Wilson (Chris Ritter) 79
BU: Wojciech Wojcik (Andrew Brown) 27 97
Att.: 619.

Stanford 1 Loyola Marymount 1.
LMU: Adrian Perez (John McFarlin)
STAN: Zach Batter (Drew Hutchins, Jimmy Callihan) 90
Att.: 744.
(Stanford wins 3-2 on PKs.)

Sunday, November 24
(1) UCLA vs. Elon
(16) UMBC vs. Connecticut
(9) Marquette vs. Akron
(8) Virginia vs. St. John's
(3) Notre Dame vs. Wisconsin
(14) Wake Forest vs. Navy
(11) Michigan State vs. Louisville
(6) Georgetown vs. Old Dominion
(5) Maryland vs. Providence
(12) UC Irvine vs. North Carolina
(13) Charlotte vs. Coastal Carolina
(4) California vs. Bradley
(7) New Mexico vs. George Mason
(10) UC Santa Barbara vs. Penn State
(15) CSU Northridge vs. Stanford
(2) Washington vs. Seattle

  1. Allan Lindh
    commented on: November 22, 2013 at 10:25 p.m.
    I don't suppose you Easterners notice, but the Pacific Coast, that had no teams ranked in top ten at begin of season, (thanks to the large number of small Div I schools, with voting coaches) now have 10 out of the 16 teams remaining in the 2nd round. If the best of the west coast teams got cupcake draws like so many of the eastern schools, and were distributed evenly in all four remaining brackets, you might just end up with four west coast schools in the semi-finals. And that just wouldn't do, now would it?
  1. Allan Lindh
    commented on: November 22, 2013 at 10:26 p.m.
    Actually I meant to say 10 of 32 in 2nd round, sorry about that.

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