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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Schedule
December 1st, 2013 4:21PM

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[MEN'S SOCCER] No. 1 UCLA couldn't hold on to a 2-0 lead after 13 minutes and a 3-2 lead in the second half and fell to unseeded Connecticut in a shootout after their game ended 3-3 in the third round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament. The only other of the top eight seeds to lose was No. 6 Georgetown, which lost to Michigan State, 1-0. All the other seeds won at home, including No. 8 Virginia, which beat No. 9 Marquette, 3-1, despite losing central defender Matt Brown, who was sent off 57 seconds into the game. For the third-round results and quarterfinal schedule.

Men's Bracket

First Round: Results
Second Round: Results

QUARTERFINALS: Schedule
Friday, December 6
(8) Virginia vs. Connecticut, 7 pm ET
Saturday, December 7
(3) Notre Dame vs. Michigan State, 7 pm ET
(4) California vs. (5) Maryland, 4:30 pm ET
(2) Washington vs. (7) New Mexico, 8 pm ET

THIRD ROUND: Results
Sunday, December 1
(1) UCLA 3 Connecticut 3.

UCLA: Felix Vobejda (Victor Chavez) 12
UCLA: Leo Stolz (pen.) 13
UCONN: Cyle Larin (Allando Matheson, Jakob Nerwinski) 35
UCONN: Kwame Awuah (Mamadou Diouf, Nicholas Zuniga) 58
UCLA: Leo Stolz (Felix Vobejda, Jordan Vale) 61
UCONN: Cyle Larin 70
Att.: 1,521.
(Connecticut wins 5-4 on PKs.)

(8) Virginia 3 (9) Marquette
1.
UVA: Scott Thomsen 24
UVA: Darius Madison (Eric Bird) 47
MAR: C Nortey (Axel Sjoberg) 51
UVA: Todd Wharton (pen.) 54
Att.: 1,136.
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(5) Maryland 1 (12) UC Irvine 0.
MD: Patrick Mullins (Tsubasa Endoh) 32

(4) California 1 Coastal Carolina 0
CAL: Alec Sundly (Omid Jalili) 65
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(3) Notre Dame 4 (14) Wake Forest 2.
WF: Michael Gamble (Sean Okoli) 12
ND: Patrick Hodan 14
ND: own goal 42
WF: Tolani Ibikunle (Michael Gamble) 62
ND: Evan Panken (Andrew O’Malley) 70
ND: Harrison Shipp (Max Lachowecki) 74

(6) Georgetown 0 Michigan State 1.

MSU: Adam Montague (Jay Chapman) 28
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(7) New Mexico 2 Penn State 0.
UNM: Oniel Fisher (Riley McGovern) 54
UNM: James Rogers (Michael Calderon) 57
Att.: 3,347.

(2) Washington 1 Stanford 0.
UW: Ian Lange (Michael Harris) 85
Att.: 2,690.


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