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December 2nd, 2013 4:32AM
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[MEN'S SOCCER] A late goal from Ian Lange off a patented long throw-in by Michael Harris gave No. 2 seed Washington a 1-0 win over Pac-12 rival Stanford that moved it into the quarterfinals for the first time. Michigan State moved into the final eight for the first time since it shared the national title in 1968 with a 1-0 at No. 6 seed Georgetown. No. 3 seed Notre Dame will be making its third quarterfinal appearance thanks to a 4-2 win over Wake Forest. The Irish fell in the quarterfinal round of the 2006 and 2007 tournaments. 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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