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NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Scoreboard
November 22nd, 2013 4:23PM
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[WOMEN'S SOCCER]Five more regional seeds fell in the NCAA Women's Tournament, bringing to eight the number of seeds who have been ousted in the first two rounds. Florida and Nebraska became the second and third No. 2 seeds to fall, while No. 3 Portland and South Carolina and No. 4 seed Penn State also lost on Friday. For all the second-round results and third-round schedule.

NCAA Division I Women's Bracket

First Round Results

SECOND ROUND: Results:
Nov. 22 in Charlottesville, Va.
(4) Penn State 0 Wake Forest 1.
WFU: Sarah Teegarden 81

Nov. 22 in Charlottesville, Va.
(1) Virginia 1 Georgetown 0.
UVA: Morgan Brian (Alexis Shaffer) 33
Att.: 1,988.
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Nov. 22 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Notre Dame 1 Western Michigan 0.
ND: Cari Roccaro 70

Nov. 22 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
(3) Michigan 3 Illinois State 0.

MICH: Madisson Lewis (Christina Ordonez) 3
MICH: Nkem Ezurike (Meghan Toohey) 50
MICH: Holly Hein (Shelina Zadorsky) 63
Att.: 950.
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Nov. 22 in Los Angeles
(2) UCLA 3 Kentucky 0.

UCLA: Caprice Dydasco (Sam Mewis) 5
UCLA: Courtney Proctor (Sam Mewis, Chelsea Stewart) 71
UCLA: Caprice Dydasco (Courtney Proctor) 81
Att.: 1,127.

Nov. 22 in Los Angeles
(3) South Carolina 0 Stanford 1.
STAN: Taylor Uhl (Chioma Ubogagu) 92
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Nov. 22 inChapel Hill, N.C.
(4) Texas A&M 2 Texas Tech 2.
T&T: Briana Rohmer (Alli Murphy) 47
A&M: Annie Kunz (Janae Cousineau) 61
TT: Janine Beckie 75
A&M: Shea Groom (Rachel Lenz) 84
(Texas A&M wins 4-3 on PKs.)

Nov. 22 inChapel Hill, N.C.
(1) North Carolina 4 Indiana 0.
UNC: Crystal Dunn (Cameron Castleberry, Paige Nielsen) 38
UNC: Amber Munerlyn (Crystal Dunn, Summer Green) 50
UNC: Kealia Ohai (Satara Murray) 80
UNC: Paige Nielsen (Satara Murray, Vicky Bruce) 86
Att.: 2,019.
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Nov. 22 in Blacksburg, Va.
(4) Santa Clara 2 Boston Univ. 1
SCU: Morgan Marlborough) 2
BU: Kylie Strom (Erica Kosienski) 42
SCU: Morgan Marlborough (Sofia Huerta) 76

Nov. 22 in Blacksburg, Va.

(1) Virginia Tech 1 West Virginia 0.
VT: Murielle Tiernan (Taylor Antolino, Katie Yensen) 60
Att.: 1,134.
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Nov. 22 in Durham, N.C.
St. John's 0 Arkansas 1.

ARK: Claire Kelley 42

Nov. 22 in Durham, N.C.
Duke 1 (2) Florida 0.

DUKE: Natasha Anasi (Mollie Pathman, Kim DeCesare) 21.
Att.: 863.
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Nov. 22 in Lincoln, Neb.
(3) Portland 3 Illinois 4.
UP: Micaela Capelle (Parkes Kendrick) 12
UP: Danica Evans (Micaela Capelle) 27
ILL: Vanessa DiBernardo 54
UP: Parkes Kendrick (Danica Evans) 59
ILL: Jannelle Flaws (pen.) 69
ILL: Vanessa DiBernardo (pen.) 84
ILL: Jannelle Flaws (Megan Pawloski) 100

Nov. 22 in Lincoln, Neb.
(2) Nebraska 1 Boston College 4.
BC: Hayley Dowd 26
BC: McKenzie Meehan (Lauren Bernard) 74
BC: Gibby Wagner 83
NEB: Conroy, Mayme (Jaylyn Odermann) 85
BC: Lauren Bernard 88
Att.: 438.
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Nov. 21 in Tallahassee, Fla.
(1) Florida State 3 Mississippi 1.

FSU: Dagny Brynjarsdottir (Jamia Fields) 27
FSU: Isabella Schmid (Jamia Fields) 41
OM: Gretchen Harknett 70
FSU: Dagny Brynjarsdottir (Megan Campbell) 78
Att.: 852.

Colorado 2 BYU1.
COL:  Emily Paxton (Anne Stuller) 21
COL: Carly Bolyard (Madison Krauser) 34
BYU: Niki Fernandes (Rachel Manning) 59
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THIRD ROUND: Schedule:
Nov. 23 in Tallahassee, Fla.
(1) Florida State vs. Colorado
Nov. 24 in Charlottesville, Va.
(1) Virginia vs. Wake Forest
Nov. 24 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
(3) Michigan vs. Notre Dame
Nov. 24 in Los Angeles
(2) UCLA vs. Stanford
Nov. 24 inChapel Hill, N.C.
(1) North Carolina vs. (4) Texas A&M
Nov. 24 in Blacksburg, Va.
(1) Virginia Tech vs. (4) Santa Clara
Nov. 24 in Durham, N.C.
Duke vs. Arkansas
Nov. 24 in Lincoln, Neb.
Illinois vs. Boston College


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