NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Scoreboard

[ROUNDUP: Sunday] Top-ranked UCLA needed a goal from Sam Mewis in the 88th minute to beat Pepperdine and move into the Division I Women's Tournament quarterfinals, where the Bruins will face Virginia, a 7-0 winner over Kentucky. Other quarterfinal pairings: Stanford-Florida, Texas A&M-Penn State and Florida State-South Carolina.

Second Round: Roundup

Mewis, the Pac-12 Player of the Year, scored her team-high 16th of the season and her seventh game-winning goal.
 
"Sam Mewis is such a great finisher," said UCLA head coach Amanda Cromwell. "She's has such a good presence in there; it's hard to take the ball off of her. When you have her get the ball inside the 18, there's a great chance she's going to score."
 
Bruin goalkeeper Katelyn Rowland broke the NCAA record for single-season solo shutouts with her 19th of the season. She also extended her shutout streaks to a school-record 10 games and 937 consecutive scoreless minutes.
 
NCAA Division I Women's Results:
THIRD ROUND
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21
#1 UCLA 1 Pepperdine 0
#2 Virginia 7 #3 Kentucky 0
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#2 Penn State 2 Virginia Tech 1
#1 Texas A&M 2 #4 Notre Dame 1
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#1 Florida State 3 #4 UCF 0
#2 North Carolina 0 #3 South Carolina 1
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#2 Florida 3 #3 Texas Tech 2
#1 Stanford 1 #4 Washington 0

NCAA Division I Women's Schedule:
QUARTERFINALS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26
#1 Florida State vs. South Carolina, 2 p.m. ET
#1 UCLA vs. #2 Virginia, 8 p.m. ET
#1 Stanford vs. #2 Florida, 10 p.m. ET
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27
#1 Texas A&M vs. #2 Penn State
-- Virginia, the nation's leading-scoring team, pounded Kentucky, 7-0, to move into the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals for the third time in four years. Junior Makenzy Doniak set the school record for points in a game with eight, recording three goals and two assists. The eight points also gave her 48 points (19 goals, 10 assists) on the season, another Cav record. Senior Morgan Brian added two goals and two assists in her final game at Kloeckner Stadium, where Virginia won its 32nd consecutive game for the longest active streak in the nation.

-- For the second consecutive match, Stanford won, 1-0, on a goal by Lo'eau LaBonta in a penalty situation. LaBonta scored on her team-leading 13th goal of the season on a first-half rebound of her own saved penalty kick to lead the Cardinal past Pac-12 rival Washington.

-- Goals by Havana Solaun and Savannah Jordan gave Florida a two-goal lead over Texas Tech after just 21 minutes, but the Gators needed a goal by Annie Speese from 20 yards to out away the Red Raiders, 3-2, after they had rallied on goals by Sara Summers and Janine Beckie. After scoring just three goals in the regular season, Speese has now scored in all three NCAA Tournament matches.

-- A Kristin Grubka goal in the 60th minute was all that was needed as second-ranked Florida State defeated UCF, 1-0. With the win, the Seminoles advance to the Elite Eight for the 10th year in a row, continuing the longest active streak in the nation.

 -- Penn State will make its 10th quarterfinal appearance after topping Virginia Tech, 2-1, on U.S. U-20 Mallory Weber's header in the 70th minute. Costa Rican international Raquel Rodriguez had given the Nittany Lions the lead on a breakaway, but Ashley Meier evened the score for the Hokies, the lone unseeded team that reached the round of 16.

NCAA Division I Women's Results:
SECOND ROUND
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21
#1 UCLA 7 Harvard 0
#4 Pepperdine 4 Illinois State 0
#3 Kentucky 3 Arizona State 1
#2 Virginia 3 Rutgers 0
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#2 Penn State 1 Connecticut 0
Virginia Tech 4 Georgetown 3 (Report)
#4 Notre Dame 2 Texas 1
#1 Texas A&M 7 Arizona 2
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#1 Florida State 3 Northeastern 0
#4 UCF 3 Wisconsin 1
#3 South Carolina 0 Seattle 0
(South Carolina wins on penalties.)
#2 North Carolina 1 Colorado 0 (Report)
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#2 Florida 3 California 1
#3 Texas Tech 2 Auburn 1 (Report)
#4 Washington 1 Missouri 0
#1 Stanford 1 Arkansas 0

FIRST ROUND
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16
#2 Florida 3 Mercer 0
FGCU 0 Auburn 1

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15

Cent. Conn. State 6 Harvard 0
USF 2 Illinois State 3
#4 Pepperdine 1 USC 1
(Pepperdine wins on penalties.)
#3 Kentucky 0 SIUE 0
(Kentucky wins on penalties.)
Northern Ariz. 2 Arizona State 4
Northeastern 2 Boston Univ. 0
UCF 2 Georgia 1
#4 Wisconsin 2 DePaul 0
Colorado 2 BYU 0
New Hampshire 0 Connecticut 2
Virginia Tech 4 Dayton 0
#3 West Virginia 0 Georgetown 0
(Georgetown wins on penalties.)
San Diego State 2 California 3
Missouri 3 Kansas 1

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14

#1 UCLA 5 San Diego 0
Rutgers 2 La Salle 0
#2 Virginia 8 High Point 0
#1 Florida State 5 South Alabama 0
#3 South Carolina 0 Clemson 0
Seattle 2 Washington State 1
#2 North Carolina 2 South Dakota State 0
#2 Penn State 4 Buffalo 1
#4 Notre Dame 1 Valparaiso 0
Rice 0 Texas 3
Oklahoma State 0 Arizona 1
#1 Texas A&M 5 Houston Baptist 0
#3 Texas Tech 8 Prairie View A&M 0
#4 Washington 1 Rider 0
Oklahoma 2 Arkansas 3
#1 Stanford 5 Cal State Fullerton 2
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