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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Saturday, Nov. 21, 2009
[STANFORD-SANTA CLARA 1-0] Teresa Noyola scored on a 25-yard free kick to give No. 1 Stanford in a 1-0 victory over neighbor Santa Clara before a sellout crowd of 2,276 in the third round of the NCAA Women's Tournament Friday night. Read the whole story
[UCLA-VIRGINIA 3-0] Sydney Leroux continued her remarkable play in the NCAA Tournament on Friday, scoring a pair of goals to help UCLA to a 3-0 victory over Virginia in the third round. The goals gave the 2008 Under-20 World Cup Golden Ball winner eight goals in three games and 23 ... Read the whole story
[PORTLAND-VIRGINIA TECH 4-1] Kendra Chandhoke scored twice and set up Danielle Foxhoven for the other two goals to lead Portland to a 4-1 win over Virginia Tech Friday night before 3,906 fans at Merlo Field. Read the whole story
[NOTRE DAME-OREGON STATE 1-0] Junior Rose Augustin's seventh goal of the season gave No. 2 regional seed Notre Dame a 1-0 win over Oregon State and a berth in the NCAA quarterfinals for the sixth consecutive year. Read the whole story
[FLORIDA STATE-TEXAS A&M; 2-1] Jessica Price's golden goal sent Florida State to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament with a 2-1 win over Texas A&M; Friday night in front of a packed crowd at the Seminole Soccer Complex. Read the whole story
[SOUTH CAROLINA-WAKE FOREST 0-1] Bess Harrington scored off a corner kick with one second remaining to give Wake Forest a 1-0 win at South Carolina on Friday night in front of 4,347 fans at Stone Stadium. Read the whole story
[BOSTON COLLEGE-WISCONSIN 1-0] Boston College advanced to the Elite Eight for the first time in program history with a 1-0 victory over Wisconsin, its third straight shutout of the NCAA Tournament, at the Newton Soccer Field. Read the whole story

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