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NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Scoreboard
November 23rd, 2013 3:12PM

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[WOMEN'S SOCCER] Duke and Virginia Tech, winners in shootouts, are among six ACC teams in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament quarterfinals. Defending champion North Carolina, No. 1 Florida State, Virginia and unseeded Boston College also moved into the quarterfinals. Notre Dame is the only ACC team to fall to a non-ACC team, losing, 1-0, at Michigan. UCLA, a 2-0 winner over Pac-10 rival Stanford, completes the quarterfinal field.

NCAA Division I Women's Bracket

First Round Results
Second Round Results

THIRD ROUND: Results:
Nov. 24 in Los Angeles
(2) UCLA 2 Stanford 0.
UCLA: Kodi Lavrusky (Sam Mewis) 13
UCLA: Taylor Smith (Sam Mewis) 85

Nov. 24 in Charlottesville, Va.
(1) Virginia 2 Wake Forest 0.
VA: Makenzy Doniak (Alexis Shaffer) 46
VA: Morgan Brian (Alexis Shaffer, Danielle Colaprico) 49
Att.: 974.

Nov. 24 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
(3) Michigan 1 Notre Dame 0
UM: Meghan Toohey (pen.) 55
Red Card: Notre Dame -- Sammy Scofield 67.

Nov. 24 in
Chapel Hill, N.C.
(1) North Carolina 2 (4) Texas A&M 0.
UNC: Summer Green 3
UNC: Summer Green (pen.) 47
Att.: 806.

Nov. 24 in Blacksburg, Va.
Virginia Tech 1 (4) Santa Clara 1.
VT: Murielle Tiernan 55
SCU: Sofia Huerta 64
Att.: 412.
(Virginia Tech wins 3-1 on PKs.)

Nov. 24 in Durham, N.C.
Duke 2 Arkansas 2.
DUKE: Kim DeCesare (Christina Gibbons) 37
ARK: Ashleigh Ellenwood (Allie Tripp) 68
DUKE: Kim DeCesare (Mollie Pathman) 74
ARK: Alexandra Fischer (Ashleigh Ellenwood) 76
Att.: 440.
(Duke wins 5-3 on PKs.)

Nov. 24 in Lincoln, Neb.
Illinois 1 Boston College 4.
BC: Gibby Wagner (Hayley Dowd) 7
BC: Hayley Dowd 40
ILL: Amy Feher 41
BC: McKenzie Meehan 42
BC: Lauren Bernard (Stephanie McCaffrey) 77 
Att.: 167.

Nov. 23 in Tallahassee, Fla.
(1) Florida State 4 Colorado 0.
FSU: Dagny Brynjarsdottir (Michaela Hahn) 2
FSU: Dagny Brynjarsdottir (Jamia Fields, Isabella Schmid) 7
FSU: Kristin Grubka (Megan Campbell) 15
FSU: Michaela Hahn (Kassey Kallman) 70
Att.: 831.

QUARTERFINALS: Schedule:
Nov. 29 in Tallahassee, Fla.
Florida State vs. Boston College
Nov. 29 in Blacksburg, Va.
Virginia Tech vs. Duke
Nov. 30 in Charlottesville, Va.
Virginia vs. Michigan
Nov. 30 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
North Carolina vs. UCLA




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