Schedule: NCAA Division I Men's Tournament

ACC teams will host all four games in the NCAA Division I men's quarterfinals. All four games -- North Carolina-Providence and Clemson-Denver on Friday and Wake Forest-Virginia Tech and Louisville-Stanford on Saturday -- will air on ESPN3.

NCAA Division I Men’s Tournament:
QUARTERFINALS
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2

9 North Carolina vs. Providence, 7 m ET, ESPN3
3 Clemson vs. Denver, 7 m ET, ESPN3
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3
2 Wake Forest vs. Virginia Tech, 5 pm ET, ESPN3
4 Louisville vs. 5 Stanford, 7 m ET, ESPN3

THIRD ROUND

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27
8 Syracuse
0 9 North Carolina 1 (Kelly 32).
Att.: 720.
3 Clemson 3 (Burnikel 45, 81, Happi 84) 14 Albany 1 (Clark 47).
Att.: 2,046.
5 Stanford 1 (Langsdorf 106) 12 Virginia 0.
Att.: 1,185.
4 Louisville 3 (Thiaw 16, Schmitt 71, Dieye 90) 13 Notre Dame 1 (Gallagher 54).
Att.: 1,858.
7 Indiana 1 (Lillard 77) Virginia Tech 2 (Moyers 19, White 98).
Att.: 1,330.
2 Wake Forest 2 (Bakero 3, 72) SIUE 1 (Ledbetter 41).
Att.: 1,942.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26
Creighton 1 (Rydstrand 9) Providence 2 (Gressel 21, Griffin 83).
Att.: 2,539.
6 Denver 2 (Crosswait 25, Shinyashiki 66) Washington 1 (Wright pen. 78).
Att.: 1,640.

SECOND ROUND
1 Maryland
4 (Wild 6, Sejdic 22, 51, Williamson 54) Providence 5 (Gressel 11, 70, Sailor 70, Kilday 75, Serrano 82).
Att.: 3,804.
16 Kentucky 2 (Barajas 32, Williams 89) Creighton 3 (own goal 9, Perez 32, Sawaf 78).
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9 North Carolina 3 (T.Hume 30,  105, Bruening 86) FGCU 2 (Ferrer 3, Ruiz pen. 72).
8 Syracuse 3 (Nanco 7, Camargo 24, 60) Dartmouth 0.
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3 Clemson 2 (Happi 86, 93) South Carolina 1 (own goal 73).
Att.: 1,711.
14 Albany 3 (Mattos 12, Solabarrieta 28, Pinheiro 83) Boston College 0.
Att.: 366.
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11 Washington 4 (Schmidt 28, Menzies 47, Rice 57, Blanchard 65) New Mexico 1 (Khouri 22).
6 Denver 3 (Devoss 56, Underwood 70, Ford 81) UNLV 0.
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5 Stanford 2 (Langsdorf 37, Hilliard-Arce 70) Pacific 0.
12 Virginia 2 (Foss 76, Aguilar 103) Vermont 1 (Barodal 62).
Att.: 612.
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13 Notre Dame 1 (Gallagher 78) Loyola, Ill. 0.
Att.: 378.
4 Louisville 2 (Gayton 3, Schmitt 94  UCLA 1 (Danladi 59).
Att.: 1,108.
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7 Indiana 1 (McConnell 54) Akron 0.
Att.: 1,790.
10 Charlotte 2 (Bruce 19, Bronico 83) Virginia Tech 3 (Acuna 50, 60, Quashie 88).
Att.: 1,023.
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15 Butler 0 SIUE 0.
(SIUE wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Att.: 667.
2 Wake Forest 2 (Hayes 21, Argudo 62) Coastal Carolina 0.

FIRST ROUND

Providence 2 (Riordan 8, Gressel 71) Delaware 0.
Att.: 2,074.
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Creighton 3 (LaGro 3, English 6, Lopez-Espin 68) Tulsa 0.
Att.: 1,404.
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South Florida 2 (Mfeka 43, Epps 54) FGCU 2 (Ruiz 27, Gavin 61).
Att.: 936.
(FGCU wins 3-0 on penalties.)
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Dartmouth 1 (Danilack 104) St. Francis (Brooklyn) 0 (OT).
Att.: 395.
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South Carolina 1 (Walker 39) Mercer 0.
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Boston College 1 (Lewis 82) Fordham 0.
Att.: 422.
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New Mexico 0 Portland 0.
Att.: 2,311.
(New Mexico wins 3-2 on penalties.)
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San Diego State 1 (Vergara 47) UNLV 1 (Musovski 30).
(UNLV wins 6-5 on penalties.)
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CSUN 0 Pacific 1 (Branche 77).
Att.: 1,122.
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Vermont 4 (Wright 24, 43, 90, Lamanna 71) Rider 1 (Herpreck 89).
Att.: 2,058.
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Loyola, Ill. 2 (Lasinski 60, Engesser 89) UIC 0.
Att.: 1,023.
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UCLA 4 (Hernandez 17, Raygoza 26, Danladi 33, Poleo 89) Colgate 2 (Pagani 22, Scodari 38).
Att.: 623.
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Akron 2 (Hinds 39, 73) Villanova 0.
Att.: 1,811.
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Virginia Tech 1 (Quashie 28) ETSU 0.
Att.: 495.
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Michigan State 1 (Marcantognini 40) SIUE 1 (McHugh 67).
Att.: 559.
(SIUE wins 9-8 on penalties.)
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Coastal Carolina 2 (Einarsson 30, Pierrot 30) Radford 1 (Colmer 50).
Att.: 320

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5 comments about "Schedule: NCAA Division I Men's Tournament".
  1. Ric Fonseca, November 14, 2016 at 10:45 p.m.

    So.... the Far West is only sending eight teams to the big dance! Why does this always seem to make my blood boil?

  2. Andrew Brown, November 15, 2016 at 1:46 p.m.

    I guess you don't count Denver or New Mexico in your Far West count? If you include them that's 10.

    Part of the Far West problem is that the PAC-12 doesn't give Soccer the same notoriety that the ACC does. When cornerstone schools like USC, Arizona, ASU, Oregon don't even compete in the sport it deteriorates the value of the league. It's unfortunate because I really think those schools could make money off of men's soccer programs in the same way the UVa, Clemson, UNC, MD and now Syracuse are.

  3. Ric Fonseca, November 17, 2016 at 2:37 p.m.

    OK, AB, point conceded, still for some very strange reason, the only time USC competed in the program, was in the very early '70's with Nuri Ertuk as coach, who tried hard as hell to get the AD to move up the team to varsity status, as for the Arizona schools, I know for a fact there is high interest there as in Oregon. However, just because the PAC 12 doesn't give it due diligence because of the potentials, also take into account non Pac12 teams that play D1, then those in DII, and lastly DIII. And we're not counting the NAIA schools, that are supported by more than 100 community colleges in California (that don't compete in the NAJCAA - because many years some idiot decided the states com colleges didn't field enough teams and thus these com college players are stuck but many do get recruited to four-year teams) Sorry, didn't mean to digress, still it doesn't take away from my concerns, and no I don't count Denver or NM since very rarely do they wander over the rockies or the Mojave desert to play in the "wild-wild-west"!

  4. C Timothy Murphy Jr, November 26, 2016 at 7:15 p.m.

    The Indiana v Virginia Tech game is also available on the Big Ten Network tomorrow live at noon.

  5. Andrew Brown, November 28, 2016 at 6:58 p.m.

    I think _we_ are the choir if we're posting to this site.

    We are all aware of how good the UC and Cal-State schools are at soccer. But the unfortunate fact is they don't bring the notoriety of nationally acclaimed sports programs like USC, Oregon and the Arizona universities. Thousands of fans aren't going to showup in Westwood for a UCLA/UCI or UCLA/UCSB game. Stage a UCLA/USC rock/paper/scissor contest and you're likely to get thousands of attendees.

    We are also aware of how good the D2 schools are on this side of the Sierra's and the NAIA's and Community Colleges. It would be great for the sport on a national level to have more of the power conferences pumping money into and figuring out they can make money off of soccer programs.

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