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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament on the air
November 23rd, 2013 4:29AM

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[MEN'S SOCCER] The second round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament will take place on Sunday. For matches, kickoff times and viewing information.

Men's Bracket

First Round: Results

SECOND ROUND: Schedule
Sunday, November 24
(1) UCLA vs. Elon, 11 pm ET
(16) UMBC vs. Connecticut, 5 pm AmericaEast.tv
(9) Marquette vs. Akron, 6 pm ET GoMarquette.com
(8) Virginia vs. St. John's, 1 pm ET CBSSports.com
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(3) Notre Dame vs. Wisconsin, 7 pm ET WatchND.tv
(14) Wake Forest vs. Navy, 5 pm ET CBSSports.com
(11) Michigan State vs. Louisville, 2 pm ET
(6) Georgetown vs. Old Dominion, 1 pm ET CBSSports.com
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(5) Maryland vs. Providence, 5 pm ET TerpsTV
(12) UC Irvine vs. North Carolina, 5 pm ET
(13) Charlotte vs. Coastal Carolina, 7 pm ET  Charlotte49ers.com
(4) California vs. Bradley, 4:30 pm ET
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(7) New Mexico vs. George Mason, 7 pm ET
(10) UC Santa Barbara vs. Penn State, 9 pm ET BigWest.tv
(15) CSU Northridge vs. Stanford, 10 pm ET BigWest.tv
(2) Washington vs. Seattle, 8 pm ET, pac-12.com

FIRST ROUND: Results
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
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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
(Stanford wins 3-2 on aggregate.)


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