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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Results
December 17th, 2007 8AM
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All the results and goal scorers from the first week of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament when UMass knocked off top-seed BC to the College Cup in Cary. N.C., where a hometown kid scored the winning goal in the final.

Final
Dec. 16 in Cary, N.C.
Wake Forest 2 Ohio State 1. Goals: Tracy (Arnoux) 66, Schilawski (Tracy) 78; Espinoza (Verhoff) 13.
Wake Forest -- Edwards, Cronin, Valentin, Phelan, Opara Adams, Franks, Brown, Tracy, Lahoud, Arnoux. Subs: da Luz, Bone, Schilawski.
Ohio State -- Latchem, Roan, Verhoff, Gabel, Brunner, Gold, Irizarry, Marsh, Espinoza, Balc, Magill. Subs: Lomnicki, Kustos, Edwards.
Referee: Misail Tsapos.
Att.: 8,172.

Semifinals
Dec. 14 in Cary. N.C.
Ohio State 1 Massachusetts 0.
Goal: Balc (Espinoza) 53.
Ohio State -- Latchem, Roan, Verhoff, Gabel, Brunner, Gold, Irizarry, Marsh, Espinoza, Balc, Magill. Subs: Edwards, Traeger, Warzycha.
Massachusetts -- Simmons, Lepone, Brown, Rappaport, Amick, Cook, Mike DeSantis, Arikian, Cirillo, Mark DeSantis, Hogan. Subs: Jejna, Ofosu, Thomson, Vaccaro.
Referee: Alex Prus.
Att.: 8,611.
Dec. 14 in Cary, N.C.
Wake Forest 2 Virginia Tech 0.
Goal: Tracy (Cronin) 51, Tracy (Schilawski) 83.
Wake Forest --
Edwards, Cronin, Valentin, Phelan, Opara Adams, Franks, Brown, Tracy, Lahoud, Arnoux. Subs: da Luz, Bone, Schilawski.
Virginia Tech -- Aigner, Baden, Zegender, Shupp, Reed, Collier, Spangler, Nason, Campbell, Edmans, Nyarko. Subs: Gilson, Dillie.
Referee: Alex Gorin
Att.: 8,611.

Quarterfinals
Dec. 8 in Storrs, Conn.
Connecticut 0 Virginia Tech 1.
Goal: Nyarko (Edmans) 22.
Connecticut --
Ford, King, James, Watson-Siriboe, Castillo, Pezza, Priestley, Stahl, Arad, Cordeiro, White. Subs: Nicklaw, Chijindu.
Virginia Tech -- Aigner, Baden, Zegender, Shupp, Reed, B.Collier, Spangler, Nason, Campbell, Nyarko, Edmans. Subs: Hock, Gilson.
Referee: Brent Sorg.
Att.: 5,495.
Dec. 8 in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Wake Forest 1 Notre Dame 0.
Goal: da Luz (Tracy) 97.
Wake Forest --
Edwards, Cronin, Valentin, Phelan, Opara Adams, Franks, Brown, Tracy, Lahoud, Arnoux. Subs: da Luz, Bone, Schilawski.
Notre Dame -- Cahill, Miller, Traynor, Rellas, Besler, Thomas, Armstrong, Yoshinaga, Morrow, Lapira, Martin. Subs: Donohue, Thiermann, Brovsky.
Referee: Rob Mann.
Att.: 4,589.
Dec. 9 in Amherst
Massachusetts 2 UIC 1.
Goals: Amick (Cirillo, Mark DeSantis) 48, Mike DeSantis (Cirillo) 80; Giffin (Trout) 59.
Massachusetts --
Simmons, Lepone, Brown, Rappaport, Amick, Cook, Mike DeSantis, Arikian, Cirillo, Mark DeSantis, Hogan. Subs: Jejna, Ofosu, Vaccaro.
UIC -- Bubonja, Giffin, Younger, McMahon, B.Husidic, Sarachan, Dundjer, A.Husidic, Zambrano, Spiess, Simek. Subs: Stoll, Bilbrey, Trout.
Referee: Ali Hacock.
Att.: 1,863.
Dec. 9 in Columbus, Ohio
Ohio State 4 Bradley 0. Goals: Balc pen. 58, Marsh (Irizarry) 53, Balc (Roan) 65, Magill 70.
Ohio State -- Latchem, Roan, Verhoff, Lomnicki, Brunner, Gold, Irizarry, Marsh, Espinoza, Balc, Magill. Subs: Kustos, Edwards, Scales, Tetzlaff, Traeger, Warzycha, Thiam.
Bradley -- Haynes, Donoho, Campbell, English, Brust, DeGurian, Tracy, Cutshaw, Garcia, Anderson, Bigelow. Subs: Van Kampen, Stockdale, Wong, Hickman, Reedy, Lock, Beard, Motteler.
Referee: Jorge de la Bandera.
Att.: 1,705.

Third Round
Dec. 1

Maryland 2 (Wallace 17, Gonzalez 28) Bradley 3 (DeGurian 88, Cutshaw 90, 109) (OT).
Santa Clara 0 Notre Dame 2 (Lapira 68, Donohue 72).
Dec. 2
Massachusetts 3 (Hogan 74, 80, Ofosu 87) Central Conn. State 1 (Klukowski 88).
Virginia Tech 1 Old Dominion 0. Goal: Nyarko (Zehender) 23.
Creighton 0 UIC 1 (Sarachan 74).
Ohio State 4 (Brunner 25, 70, Edwards 66, Magill 104) UC Santa Barbara 3 (Motagalvan 25, own goal 31, Perera 32).
Wake Forest 3 (Schilawski 56, Arnoux 65, Arnoux 87) West Virginia 1 (Wright pen. 50).
Connecticut 5 (White 2, 22, 60, Priestley 47, Chijindu 76) South Florida 0.

Second Round
Nov. 28
Boston College 1 (Bedoya 18) Massachusetts 2 (Hogan 51, DeSantis 85).
Tulsa 2 (McInnes 21, Goddard pen. 86) Central Conn. State 3 (Klukowski 23, Rundquist 48, Smith 81).
Northwestern 0 UIC 2 (Stoll 72, Sarachan 90).
Creighton 3 (Bohnenkamp 6, Gotsmanov 37, Travis 87) SMU 0.
Ohio State 1 (Magill 53) Louisville 0.
UC Santa Barbara 1 (J.Curry 10) Washington 0.
Maryland 0 Loyola (Md.) 0 (OT).
(Maryland wins 4-2 on penalties.)
Indiana 1 (Mellencamp 2) Bradley 1 (Brust 69) (OT).
(Bradley wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Connecticut 2 (Arad 1, White 50) Vermont 0.
Akron 0 South Florida 1 (Marshall 102) (OT).
Virginia Tech 3 (Nason 25, Campbell 56, 85) California 2 (Ayala-Hil 59, 90).
Brown 1 (Davies 49) Old Dominion 2 (Kulp 12, Emmanuel 107) (OT).
Santa Clara 3 (Hatzke 24, McCarthy 79, Ogunbiyi 80) UCLA 1 (Zaher 38).
Notre Dame 2 (Yoshinaga 36, Lapira 57) Oakland 1 (Osnes 66).
West Virginia 1 (Stratford 50) Virginia 0.
Wake Forest 1 (Valentin 23) Furman 0.

First Round
Nov. 23

Massachusetts 2 (Amick 24, Jejna 67) Boston Univ. 1 (Puerta 87).
California 2 (Jacobson 33, Wiedeman 102) UC Davis 1 (Amarikwa 75) (OT).
Washington 1 (Allen pen. 86) Portland 0.
Virginia 3 (LaBauex 51, Murphy 77, Tierney 84) St. Peter's 1 (Constantino 30).
Louisville 1 (Jonke 28) Duke 0.
South Florida 2 (Devenish 19, Y.Marshall 72) Colgate 1 (Volk 54).
Saint Louis 0 UIC 0 (OT).
(UIC wins 6-5 on penalties.)
Nov. 24
SMU 1 (Guarda pen. 76) Gonzaga 0.
Harvard 2 (Stamatis 37, Akpan 77) Central Conn. State 3 (Smith 22, Cooper 53, Klukowski 84).
Bradley 2 (Brust 61, Bigelow 83) DePaul 0.
Loyola (Md.) 2 (Dines 23, Bannister 41) Liberty 0.
Dartmouth 1 (Keat pen. 1) Vermont 1 (Tobin pen. 90) (OT).
(Vermont wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Furman 2 (Davis 36, Cekic 90) Campbell 0.
UCLA 1 (Nakazawa 88) New Mexico 0.
Michigan State 1 (DeMartin 80) Oakland 2 (Nowak 39, St. Louis 46).
Old Dominion 1 (Emmanuel 67) Providence 0.




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