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Division III championships scores and pairings from the weekend


Nov 17, 2008 12:46:14 PM


The NCAA News

Men’s cross country

Regionals: Atlantic – 1. Cortland St., 47; 2. New York U., 84; 3. Geneseo St., 91; 4. St. Lawrence, 142; 5. Plattsburgh St., 173; 6. TCNJ, 180; 7. Ithaca, 197; 8. Fredonia St., 278; 9. Brockport St., 331; 10. Hamilton, 332; 11. Oneonta St., 346; 12. Ramapo, 352; 13. Rochester, 355; 14. Rensselaer, 411; 15. Rowan, 432; 16. Rochester Inst., 450; 17. Rutgers-Camden, 467; 18. Vassar, 484; 19. Nazareth, 502; 20. Utica, 616; 21. Stevens Institute, 644; 22. Clarkson, 675; 23. New Paltz St., 679; 24. Merchant Marine, 706; 25. Hobart, 742; 26. St. Joseph's (L.I.), 779; 27. Rutgers-Newark, 798; 28. Alfred, 823; 29. Oswego St., 879; 30. Union (N.Y.), 886; 31. SUNYIT, 896; 32. Richard Stockton, 961; 33. Hunter, 1,047; 34. Potsdam St., 1,130. (Cortland St. and New York U. receive automatic bids to the championships. Geneseo St., St. Lawrence and Plattsburgh St. qualify at large.)

Central – 1. Neb. Wesleyan, 130; 2. St. John's (Minn.), 139; 3. St. Olaf, 148; 4. Grinnell, 167; 5. Loras, 182; 6. St. Thomas (Minn.), 195; 7. (tie) Luther and Bethel (Minn.), 202; 9. Hamline, 211; 10. Carleton, 249; 11. Coe, 266; 12. Augsburg, 299; 13. Simpson, 315; 14. Gust. Adolphus, 338; 15. Macalester, 371; 16. Wartburg, 390; 17. Cornell College, 409; 18. Central (Iowa), 475; 19. Martin Luther, 540; 20. Concordia-M’head, 555; 21. St. Mary's (Minn.), 600; 22. St. Scholastica, 707; 23. Minn.-Morris, 714; 24. Dubuque, 757; 25. Crown (Minn.), 760; 26. Buena Vista, 803. (Neb. Wesleyan and St. John’s (Minn.) receive automatic bids to the championships. St. Olaf and Grinnell qualify at large.)

Great Lakes – 1. Calvin, 37; 2. Ohio Northern, 88; 3. Mount Union, 121; 4. Heidelberg, 133; 5. Case Reserve, 165; 6. Wabash, 231; 7. Kenyon, 243; 8. Denison, 244; 9. Otterbein, 281; 10. Hope, 284; 11. (tie) Oberlin and DePauw, 315; 13. Ohio Wesleyan, 379; 14. Baldwin-Wallace, 394; 15. Adrian, 419; 16. Franklin, 424; 17. Albion, 487; 18. Wittenberg, 496; 19. Rose-Hulman, 501; 20. Alma, 534; 21. Wilmington (Ohio), 579; 22. Wooster, 609; 23. Marietta, 625; 24. Trine, 637; 25. Anderson (Ind.), 646; 26. Manchester, 670; 27. Earlham, 765; 28. Capital, 801; 29. John Carroll, 881; 30. Hiram, 901; 31. Kalamazoo, 920; 32. Defiance, 1,010; 33. Mt. St. Joseph, 1,027; 34. Hanover, 1,034. (Calvin and Ohio Northern receive automatic bids to the championships. Mount Union, Heidelberg and Case Reserve qualify at large.)

Mideast – 1. Carnegie Mellon, 37; 2. Allegheny, 73; 3. Dickinson, 86; 4. Haverford, 106; 5. Elizabethtown, 214; 6. Gettysburg, 216; 7. Messiah, 224; 8. Johns Hopkins, 240; 9. Grove City, 263; 10. Muhlenberg, 302; 11. Salisbury, 374; 12. Susquehanna, 378; 13. Juniata, 432; 14. (tie) Keystone and Penn St.-Behrend, 449; 16. Gwynedd-Mercy, 470; 17. DeSales, 494; 18. Scranton, 532; 19. Swarthmore, 592; 20. Widener, 608; 21. McDaniel, 637; 22. Lebanon Valley, 657; 23. Moravian, 674; 24. Thiel, 723; 25. Misericordia, 748; 26. Ursinus, 752; 27. Westminster (Pa.), 772; 28. Wash. & Jeff., 799; 29. Delaware Valley, 804; 30. Frostburg St., 809; 31. Frank. & Marsh., 895; 32. Penn St.-Altoona, 908; 33. Goucher, 918; 34. Albright, 934; 35. Baptist Bible (Pa.), 1,021; 36. Hood, 1,109; 37. Marywood, 1,146; 38. Waynesburg, 1,166; 39. Eastern, 1,187; 40. King's (Pa.), 1,228; 41. Wilkes, 1,300; 42. La Roche, 1,405; 43. Mount Aloysius, 1,419. (Carnegie Mellon and Allegheny receive automatic bids to the championships. Dickinson and Haverford qualify at large.)

Midwest – 1. North Central (Ill.), 51; 2. Wis.-La Crosse, 64; 3. Wis.-Stevens Point, 83; 4. Wis.-Oshkosh, 134; 5. Augustana (Ill.), 182; 6. Wis.-Eau Claire, 200; 7. Wheaton (Ill.), 228; 8. Wis.-Platteville, 274; 9. Chicago, 291; 10. Washington-St. Louis, 292; 11. Wis.-Whitewater, 321; 12. Wis.-River Falls, 402; 13. Wis.-Stout, 419; 14. St. Norbert, 438; 15. Carthage, 455; 16. Milwaukee Engr., 460; 17. Elmhurst, 468; 18. Monmouth (Ill.), 589; 19. Ill. Wesleyan, 593; 20. Concordia (Wis.), 600; 21. Rockford, 608; 22. Greenville, 657; 23. Beloit, 700; 24. Ripon, 725; 25. Fontbonne, 729; 26. Lawrence, 794; 27. Principia, 832; 28. Carroll (Wis.), 838; 29. Wis. Lutheran, 841; 30. Wis.-Superior, 880; 31. Edgewood, 897; 32. North Park, 911; 33. Aurora, 957; 34. Lake Forest, 985; 35. Illinois Col., 1,036; 36. Knox, 1,075; 37. Millikin, 1,088; 38. Maryville (Mo.), 1,109; 39. Northland, 1,117. [North Central (Ill.) and Wis.-La Crosse receive automatic bids to the championships. Wis.-Stevens Point, Wis.-Oshkosh and Augustana (Ill.) qualify at large.]

New England -- 1. Williams, 36; 2. Amherst, 122; 3. Trinity (Conn.), 143; 4. Brandeis, 158; 5. Bowdoin, 204; 6. Middlebury, 217; 7. Keene St., 220; 8. MIT, 227; 9. Southern Me., 233; 10. Connecticut Col., 263; 11. Tufts, 265; 12. Coast Guard, 283; 13. Bates, 330; 14. Springfield, 370; 15. Wesleyan (Conn.), 380; 16. Mass.-Dartmouth, 446; 17. WPI, 492; 18. Roger Williams, 528; 19. Gordon, 611; 20. Westfield St., 614; 21. Fitchburg St., 647; 22. Bridgewater St., 656; 23. Colby, 674; 24. Babson, 769; 25. Wheaton (Mass.), 837; 26. Mass. Maritime, 844; 27. St. Joseph's (Me.), 867; 28. Johnson & Wales (R.I.), 896; 29. Eastern Conn. St., 907; 30. Me.-Farmington,  907; 31. Norwich, 960; 32. New England, 966; 33. Rhode Island Col., 986; 34. Maine Maritime, 1,029; 35. Western New Eng., 1,055; 36. Daniel Webster, 1,061; 37. Emmanuel (Mass.), 1,067; 38. Clark (Mass.), 1,090; 39. New England Col., 1,119; 40. Castleton, 1,124; 41. Endicott, 1,131; 42. Lasell, 1,186; 43. Mass.-Boston, 1,203; 44. Mass. Liberal Arts, 1,245; 45. Newbury, 1,307; 46. Johnson St., 1,308; 47. Suffolk, 1,388; 48. Green Mountain, 1,499; 49. Elms, 1,544. [Williams and Amherst receive automatic bids to the championships. Trinity (Conn.) and Brandeis qualify at large.]

South/Southeast – 1. Centre, 56; 2. Emory, 73; 3. Texas-Tyler, 98; 4. Rhodes, 140; 5. Mary Washington, 170; 6. Lynchburg, 186; 7. Trinity (Tex.), 192; 8. Wash. & Lee, 194; 9. McMurry, 211; 10. Va. Wesleyan, 223; 11. Chris. Newport, 223; 12. Bridgewater (Va.), 270; 13. Roanoke, 334; 14. Sewanee, 359; 15. Southwestern (Tex.), 412; 16. Hendrix, 467; 17. Catholic, 469; 18. East. Mennonite, 570; 19. Concordia-Austin, 599. (Centre and Emory receive automatic bids to the championship.)

West – 1. Whitworth, 67; 2. Claremont-M-S, 83; 3. Willamette, 87; 4. Occidental, 93; 5. Pomona-Pitzer, 134; 6. Lewis & Clark, 146; 7. Colorado Col., 173; 8. Linfield, 223; 9. Puget Sound, 259; 10. Redlands, 263; 11. Whitman, 269; 12. Cal Lutheran, 328; 13. George Fox, 368; 14. Caltech, 398; 15. Pacific (Ore.), 425. (Whitworth and Claremont-M-S receive automatic bids to the championships. Willamette qualifies at large.)

Finals: November 22 at L.S. Ayers Complex, Hanover, Indiana (Hanover, host).

 

Women’s cross country

Regionals: Atlantic – 1. Geneseo St., 64; 2. Cortland St., 72; 3. St. Lawrence, 125; 4. Ithaca, 149; 5. TCNJ, 157; 6. Plattsburgh St., 160; 7. Brockport St., 181; 8. Hamilton, 221; 9. Rochester, 245; 10. New York U., 312; 11. Rensselaer, 333; 12. Rowan, 360; 13. Vassar, 408; 14. Nazareth, 426; 15. Ramapo, 437; 16. Fredonia St., 457; 17. Rochester Inst., 486; 18. Stevens Institute, 508; 19. Oswego St., 562; 20. Alfred, 579; 21. Richard Stockton, 611; 22. (tie) St. Joseph's (L.I.) and Oneonta St., 618; 24. New Paltz St., 655; 25. Hartwick, 727; 26. Utica, 745; 27. Union (N.Y.), 771; 28. William Smith, 794; 29. Clarkson, 891; 30. Potsdam St., 937. (Geneseo St. and Cortland St. receive automatic bids to the championships. St. Lawrence, Ithaca and TCNJ qualify at large.)

Central – 1. Wartburg, 92; 2. Luther, 95; 3. St. Thomas (Minn.), 117; 4. Bethel (Minn.), 165; 5. Carleton, 170; 6. Loras, 172; 7. Neb. Wesleyan, 191; 8. St. Olaf, 200; 9. St. Benedict, 239; 10. Hamline, 296; 11. Gust. Adolphus, 320; 12. Macalester, 355; 13. Central (Iowa), 368; 14. Concordia-M’head, 383; 15. Cornell College, 428; 16. Simpson, 430; 17. Grinnell, 468; 18. Coe, 477; 19. St. Mary's (Minn.), 513; 20. St. Catherine, 514; 21. St. Scholastica, 519; 22. Augsburg, 591; 23. Minn.-Morris, 680; 24. Martin Luther, 724; 25. Dubuque, 828; 26. Crown (Minn.), 847. [Wartburg and Luther receive automatic bids to the championships. St. Thomas (Minn.), Bethel (Minn.) and Carleton qualify at large.]

Great Lakes – 1. Calvin, 42; 2. Case Reserve, 84; 3. DePauw, 105; 4. Kenyon, 167; 5. Baldwin-Wallace, 173; 6. Oberlin, 224; 7. Otterbein, 226; 8. Ohio Wesleyan, 249; 9. Hope, 281; 10. Ohio Northern, 287; 11. Wittenberg, 364; 12. Marietta, 389; 13. Kalamazoo, 402; 14. John Carroll, 416; 15. Denison, 417; 16. Franklin, 479; 17. St. Mary's (Ind.), 481; 18. Wilmington (Ohio), 517; 19. Alma, 549; 20. Manchester, 577; 21. Albion, 610; 22. Wooster, 617; 23. Anderson (Ind.), 648; 24. Adrian, 713; 25. Earlham, 724; 26. Mount Union, 736; 27. Capital, 743; 28. Hanover, 823; 29. Heidelberg, 856; 30. Hiram, 921; 31. Trine, 928; 32. Mt. St. Joseph, 934; 33. Defiance, 939; 34. Bluffton, 1,065. (Calvin and Case Reserve receive automatic bids to the championships. DePauw and Kenyon qualify at large.)

Mideast – 1. Johns Hopkins, 80; 2. Dickinson, 129; 3. Messiah, 174; 4. Elizabethtown, 182; 5. Grove City, 186; 6. Haverford, 199; 7. Swarthmore, 230; 8. Susquehanna, 289; 9. Allegheny, 291; 10. Gettysburg, 311; 11. Carnegie Mellon, 340; 12. Ursinus, 371; 13. Juniata, 454; 14. Frostburg St., 460; 15. Muhlenberg, 463; 16. Misericordia, 465; 17. Salisbury, 490; 18. Keystone, 536; 19. Delaware Valley, 538; 20. Scranton, 558; 21. McDaniel, 609; 22. Penn St.-Behrend, 619; 23. (tie) Frank. & Marsh. and Waynesburg, 626; 25. Gwynedd-Mercy, 638; 26. Moravian, 644; 27. DeSales, 645; 28. Marywood, 756; 29. King's (Pa.), 793; 30. Penn St.-Altoona, 838; 31. Westminster (Pa.), 840; 32. Lebanon Valley, 898; 33. Bethany (W.V.), 934; 34. Eastern, 955; 35. Bryn Mawr, 984; 36. Albright, 1,012; 37. Hood, 1,029; 38. Wilkes, 1,031; 39. Stevenson, 1,138; 40. Baptist Bible (Pa.), 1,145; 41. Thiel, 1,152; 42. Chatham, 1,213; 43. Alvernia, 1,248; 44. Mount Aloysius, 1,360. (Johns Hopkins and Dickinson receive automatic bids to the championships. Messiah qualifies at large.)

Midwest – 1. Wis.-Eau Claire, 108; 2. Wis.-La Crosse, 115; 3. Washington-St. Louis, 117; 4. Wheaton (Ill.), 130; 5. Wis.-Oshkosh, 146; 6. Chicago, 158; 7. Wis.-Stevens Point, 219; 8. North Central (Ill.), 233; 9. Ill. Wesleyan, 304; 10. Wis.-Platteville, 305; 11. Wis.-Whitewater, 354; 12. Carthage, 358; 13. Wis.-River Falls, 367; 14. Elmhurst, 390; 15. Monmouth (Ill.), 424; 16. Augustana (Ill.), 502; 17. Carroll (Wis.), 523; 18. Wis.-Stout, 529; 19. Greenville, 562; 20. Aurora, 592; 21. St. Norbert, 617; 22. Ripon, 672; 23. Concordia (Wis.), 709; 24. Wis. Lutheran, 728; 25. Beloit, 753; 26. Benedictine (Ill.), 793; 27. Wis.-Superior, 802; 28. Lawrence, 854; 29. Fontbonne, 932; 30. Lake Forest, 936; 31. Principia, 949; 32. Edgewood, 953; 33. Knox, 958; 34. Dominican (Ill.), 964; 35. North Park, 1,025; 36. Milwaukee Engr., 1,034; 37. Millikin, 1,054; 38. Northland, 1,075; 39. Webster, 1,145; 40. Maryville (Mo.), 1,157; 41. Concordia Chicago, 1,173; 42. Alverno, 1,189; 43. Illinois Col., 1,215. [Wis.-Eau Claire and Wis.-La Crosse receive automatic bids to the championships. Washington-St. Louis, Wheaton (Ill.) and Wis.-Oshkosh qualify at large.]

New England – 1. Middlebury, 57; 2. Williams, 82; 3. MIT, 161; 4. Colby, 170; 5. Amherst, 174; 6. Tufts, 197; 7. Bowdoin, 224; 8. Bates, 268; 9. Keene St., 274; 10. Wesleyan (Conn.), 299; 11. Connecticut Col., 323; 12. Smith, 352; 13. Brandeis, 356; 14. Springfield, 379; 15. Wheaton (Mass.), 404; 16. Westfield St., 450; 17. Wellesley, 530; 18. Trinity (Conn.), 545; 19. Southern Me., 590; 20. Roger Williams, 645; 21. Coast Guard, 646; 22. Me.-Farmington, 655; 23. Gordon, 673; 24. WPI, 674; 25. Bridgewater St., 762; 26. St. Joseph's (Me.), 771; 27. New England, 793; 28. Mass.-Dartmouth, 809; 29. Mount Holyoke, 829; 30. Endicott, 836; 31. Emmanuel (Mass.), 888; 32. Johnson & Wales (R.I.), 903; 33. Lesley, 912; 34. Salve Regina, 993; 35. Rhode Island Col., 1,011; 36. Castleton, 1,059; 37. Eastern Conn. St., 1,086; 38. Salem St., 1,106; 39. Babson, 1,109; 40. Fitchburg St., 1,113; 41. Lasell, 1,162; 42. Western New Eng., 1,171; 43. Green Mountain, 1,249; 44. St. Joseph (Conn.), 1,262; 45. Newbury, 1,292; 46. Mass. Liberal Arts, 1,334; 47. Norwich, 1,288; 48. New England Col., 1,421; 49. Elms, 1,434. (Middlebury and Williams receive automatic bids to the championships. MIT, Colby and Amherst qualify at large.)

South/Southeast – 1. Trinity (Tex.), 43; 2. Emory, 55; 3. Wash. & Lee, 105; 4. Rhodes, 141; 5. Chris. Newport, 196; 6. Mary Washington, 200; 7. Catholic, 201; 8. Lynchburg, 212; 9. Hendrix, 235; 10. Roanoke, 268; 11. Centre, 303; 12. Shenandoah, 370; 13. Mississippi Col., 393; 14. Va. Wesleyan, 395; 15. Southwestern (Tex.), 448; 16. Texas-Tyler, 468; 17. McMurry, 471; 18. Dallas, 478; 19. Sewanee, 489; 20. Texas Lutheran, 504; 21. Mary Baldwin, 593; 22. Bridgewater (Va.), 647; 23. Concordia (Tex.), 678; 24. Meredith, 712. [Trinity (Tex.) and Emory receive automatic bids to the championships.]

West – 1. Claremont-M-S, 88; 2. Pomona-Pitzer, 89; 3. Willamette, 104; 4. Whitman, 126; 5. Whitworth, 126; 6. Linfield, 178; 7. UC Santa Cruz, 191; 8. Whittier, 206; 9. Redlands, 229; 10. Lewis & Clark, 242; 11. Occidental, 251; 12. Colorado Col., 285; 13. Cal Lutheran, 293; 14. Pacific (Ore.), 343; 15. Puget Sound, 360; 16. Caltech, 466. (Claremont-M-S and Pomona-Pitzer receive automatic bids to the championships. Willamette qualifies at large.)

Finals: November 22 at L.S. Ayers Complex, Hanover, Indiana (Hanover, host).

 

Field hockey

First round: Eastern 3, Skidmore 2; Trinity (Conn.) 7, Neumann 0; Chris. Newport 2, Johns Hopkins 1; Springfield 1, Keene St. 0; Stevens Inst. 2, Wooster 1; Lebanon Valley 6, New England Col. 0; Cortland St. 2, Castleton 1; Lynchburg 4, Sewanee 0.

Second round: Messiah 3, Eastern 0; Rowan 5, Trinity (Conn.) 4; TCNJ 6, Chris. Newport 0; Tufts 4, Springfield 0; Bowdoin 3, Stevens Inst. 0; Middlebury 5, Lebanon Valley 2; Cortland St. 4, Salisbury 3; Ursinus 3, Lynchburg 2.

Quarterfinals: Messiah 2, Rowan 1; Bowdoin 3, Middlebury 1; Tufts 2, TCNJ; Ursinus 4, Cortland St. 1.

Semifinals (November 22 at Alumnae Field in Collegeville, Pennsylvania): Messiah (16-1) vs. Tufts (18-1); Bowdoin (18-2) vs. Ursinus (19-2).

 

Men’s soccer

First round: Westminster (Pa.) 2, Hunter 0; Rochester 2, Castleton 0; Messiah 2, Medaille 1; N.C. Wesleyan 4, Va. Wesleyan 3 (ot); Richard Stockton 8, St. Joseph’s (L.I.) 0; Chris. Newport 3, Drew 1; Augsburg 1, Whitworth 1 (2 ot; Augsburg advances on penalty kicks, 4-2); Loras 2, Greenville 0; Dominican (Ill.) 3, Rose-Hulman 1; Ohio Northern 4, Wheaton (Ill.) 1; Carroll (Wis.) 3, Wittenberg 2; Hobart 2, Cabrini 0; Cortland St. 1, Misericordia 0; Wis.-Platteville 1, Wartburg 0; Middlebury 0, Framingham St. 0 (2 ot; Middlebury advances on penalty kicks, 4-1); Norwich 1, Clark (Mass.) 0; Johns Hopkins 1, Ithaca 0 (ot); Rhode Island Col. 0, Babson 0 (2 ot; Rhode Island Col. advances on penalty kicks, 3-1); Stevens Inst. 1, Rensselaer 0; Tex.-Tyler 4, Dallas 0; Ohio Wesleyan 1, Susquehanna 0 (2 ot); Carnegie Mellon 3, Calvin 0; Amherst 0, Western New Eng. 0 (2 ot; Amherst advances on penalty kicks, 4-2); St. Lawrence 3, MIT 2; Swarthmore 2, Rutgers-Camden 0; Dickinson 1, Salisbury 0.

Second round: Montclair St. 1, Westminster (Pa.) 0; Messiah 1, Rochester 0; Emory 1, N.C. Wesleyan 1 (2 ot; Emory advances on penalty kicks, 3-2); Chris. Newport 3, Richard Stockton 0; Augsburg 1, Redlands 0; Loras 1, Dominican (Ill.) 0; Ohio Northern 2, Carroll (Wis.) 1 (2 ot); Hobart 1, Cortland St. 0; Carleton 1, Wis.-Platteville 0; Middlebury 1, Norwich 0; Johns Hopkins 0, York (Pa.) 0 (2 ot; Johns Hopkins advances on penalty kicks, 4-3); Stevens Inst. 2, Rhode Island Col. 0; Trinity (Tex.) 2, Tex.-Tyler 0; Ohio Wesleyan 3, Carnegie Mellon 0; Amherst 1, St. Lawrence 0; Swarthmore 1, Dickinson 0.

Sectionals (November 21-23 at campus sites): Montclair St. (21-0) vs. Messiah (18-2-2); Emory (16-1-1) vs. Chris. Newport (16-4-3); Augsburg (12-3-7) vs. Loras (18-4-1); Ohio Northern (19-5-1) vs. Hobart (18-0-3); Carleton (17-1-3) vs. Middlebury (14-2-3); Johns Hopkins (13-5-4) vs. Stevens Inst. (18-2-2); Trinity (Tex.) (19-0-1) vs. Ohio Wesleyan (18-4-1); Amherst (13-3-3) vs. Swarthmore (17-2-2).

 

Women’s soccer

First round: Husson 2, Norwich 0; Western Conn. St. 0, Skidmore 0 (2 ot; Western Conn. St. advances on penalty kicks, 5-4); TCNJ 1, Moravian 0; Ithaca 6, Westfield St. 0; Roger Williams 1, Rochester 0; Emory 3, St. Mary’s (Md.) 0; Lynchburg 3, Maryville (Tenn.) 0; Wheaton (Ill.) 3, Carroll (Wis.) 1; Wis.-Eau Claire 3, Carthage 0; Washington-St. Louis 3, Principia 0; Ill. Wesleyan 0, Rhodes 0 (2 ot; Ill. Wesleyan advances on penalty kicks, 4-3); Claremont M-S 0, Hardin-Simmons 0 (2 ot; Claremont M-S advances on penalty kicks, 5-4); UC Santa Cruz 2, Redlands 1; Carleton 2, St. Scholastica 0; Wash. & Jeff. 1, Marywood 1 (2 ot; Wash. & Jeff. advances on penalty kicks, 5-4); Calvin 1, Mt. St. Joseph 0; Chicago 4, Wittenberg 0; Wis.-Stevens Point 6, Edgewood 0;  Loras 1, St. Thomas (Minn.) 1 (2 ot; Loras advances on penalty kicks, 4-1); Rowan 2, Oneonta St. 1; Eastern 1, Wheaton (Mass.) 0; Amherst 4, Farmingdale St. 0; Springfield 1, Union (N.Y.) 0; Otterbein 1, Penn St.-Altoona 0; Denison 1, Center 0; Johns Hopkins 1, Meredith 0; Va. Wesleyan 0, Richard Stockton 0 (2 ot; Va. Wesleyan advances on penalty kicks, 5-4); Endicott 1, Nazareth 0; William Smith 2, Keuka 0.

Second round: Williams 3, Husson 0; TCNJ 3, Western Conn. St. 0; Ithaca 2, Roger Williams 0; Lynchburg 1, Emory 0; Wheaton (Ill.) 0, Wis.-Eau Claire 0 (2 ot; Wheaton advances on penalty kicks, 3-1); Washington-St. Louis 0, Ill. Wesleyan 0 (2 ot; Washington-St. Louis advances on penalty kicks, 3-1); Claremont-M-S 4, UC Santa Cruz 0; Carleton 1, Puget Sound 0, Messiah 6, Wash. & Jeff. 0; Chicago 0, Calvin 0 (2 ot; Chicago advances on penalty kicks, 7-6); Wis.-Stevens Point 2, Loras 0; Eastern 2, Rowan 1; Amherst 3, Springfield 0; Otterbein 2, Denison 0; Johns Hopkins 1, Va. Wesleyan 0; William Smith 1, Endicott 1 (2 ot; William Smith advances on penalty kicks, 4-3).

Sectionals (November 21-22 at campus sites): Williams (17-0-1) vs. TCNJ (14-6-1); Ithaca (16-2-2) vs. Lynchburg (21-0-3); Wheaton (Ill.) (19-3-2) vs. Wash.-St. Louis (15-3-2); Claremont M-S (12-8-2) vs. Carleton (17-5); Messiah (20-0-2) vs. Chicago (13-5-2); Wis.-Stevens Point (19-3) vs. Eastern (16-5); Amherst (13-2-3) vs. Otterbein (18-1-2); Johns Hopkins (18-0-4) vs. William Smith (14-1-5).

 

Women’s volleyball

Regionals

Great Lakes regional

Mt. St. Joseph def. Wash. & Lee, 25-22, 25-18, 25-23; Washington-St. Louis def. Frostburg St., 25-9, 25-13, 25-16; Ohio Northern def. Westminster (Pa.), 25-23, 25-21, 17-25, 25-15; Wittenberg def. Muskingum, 25-14, 25-15, 25-18; Washington-St. Louis def. Mt. St. Joseph, 27-25, 25-20, 25-22; Ohio Northern def. Wittenberg, 20-25, 26-28, 25-20, 25-19, 15-13; Ohio Northern def. Washington-St. Louis, 25-15, 25-20, 20-25, 25-19.

New England regional

Williams def. Keene St., 26-24, 25-11, 25-16; Springfield def. Maine Maritime, 25-10, 25-16, 25-10; Wellesley def. Endicott, 22-25, 25-22, 25-22, 22-25, 15-5; Tufts def. Bridgewater St., 25-22, 25-13, 25-13; Williams def. Springfield, 27-25, 25-15, 25-15; Wellesley def. Tufts, 18-25, 25-21, 19-25, 25-23, 15-12; Williams def. Wellesley, 27-25, 17-25, 25-23, 25-21.

Central regional

St. Benedict def. Simpson, 24-26, 25-10, 25-16, 25-15; Wis.-Eau Claire def. Gust. Adolphus, 25-18, 25-21, 25-21; Concordia-M’head def. Loras, 19-25, 25-20, 21-25, 25-22, 15-11; Wis.-La Crosse def. St. Thomas (Minn.), 25-22, 17-25, 25-23, 23-25, 15-13; St. Benedict def. Wis.-Eau Claire, 23-24, 25-21, 25-21, 28-26; Concordia-M’head def. Wis.-La Crosse, 25-22, 25-16, 25-18; St. Benedict def. Concordia-M’head, 27-25, 25-23, 21-25, 25-17.

South regional

Colorado Col. def. Chris. Newport, 23-25, 25-18, 25-15, 15-12; Southwestern (Tex.) def. Texas-Dallas, 25-17, 25-20, 25-23; Trinity (Tex.) def. Webster, 25-15, 25-12, 25-18; Emory def. Colorado Col., 23-25, 27-25, 26-24, 25-13; Southwestern (Tex.) def. Trinity (Tex.), 25-18, 22-25, 26-28, 25-11, 15-10; Emory def. Southwestern (Tex.), 25-20, 23-25, 14-25, 25-12, 15-11.

West regional

Cal Lutheran def. Puget Sound, 25-23, 25-19, 25-16; Neb. Wesleyan def. Pacific Lutheran, 26-28, 24-26, 25-19, 25-14, 15-12; Cal Lutheran def. Cal St. East Bay, 25-22, 25-22, 25-18; La Verne def. Neb. Wesleyan, 25-19, 21-25, 25-20, 25-12. La Verne def. Cal Lutheran, 20-25, 25-22, 25-20, 28-26.

New York regional

Fredonia St. def. Haverford, 25-11, 25-22, 18-25, 21-25, 15-11; Stevens Inst. def. Sage, 25-15, 25-19, 25-16; New Paltz St. def. Hunter, 25-15, 25-21, 25-18; Union (N.Y.) def. Rivier, 18-25, 25-12, 25-12, 25-13; Fredonia St. def. Stevens Inst., 29-27, 23-25, 21-25, 25-20, 15-6; New Paltz St. def. Union (N.Y.), 25-23, 25-19, 22-25, 25-19; New Paltz St. def. Fredonia St., 24-26, 25-23, 24-26, 25-14, 15-11.

Mid-Atlantic regional

Salisbury def. Richard Stockton, 25-21, 25-9, 25-15; Eastern def. Neumann, 25-15, 25-23, 25-8; Carnegie Mellon def. Lebanon Valley, 25-18, 25-18, 26-24; Juniata def. D’Youville, 25-12, 25-8, 25-10; Eastern def. Salisbury, 25-22, 25-16, 25-19; Juniata def. Carnegie Mellon, 26-24, 25-15, 25-11; Juniata def. Eastern, 25-6; 25-16; 25-23.

Midwest regional

Wis.-Whitewater def. Calvin, 25-18, 22-25, 25-18, 25-14; Carthage def. St. Norbert, 26-24, 23-25, 25-21, 17-25, 15-6; Heidelberg def. Hope, 25-22, 20-25, 27-29, 25-19, 15-7; Wis.-Oshkosh def. Lakeland, 25-19, 25-16, 25-19; Carthage def. Wis.-Whitewater, 25-23, 25-17, 19-25, 23-25, 15-8; Wis.-Oshkosh def. Heidelberg, 19-25, 25-22, 25-16, 25-22; Wis.-Oshkosh def. Carthage, 25-23, 25-19, 16-25, 20-25, 15-10.

Finals (November 20-22 in Bloomington, Illinois): Juniata (34-4) vs. Wis.-Oshkosh (40-2); La Verne (25-2) vs. New Paltz St. (32-9); Emory (32-6) vs. St. Benedict (29-6); Ohio Northern (33-4) vs. Williams (28-12).

 

 


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