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REGIONAL RESULTS



Published: Sun, April 7, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



REGIONAL RESULTS

BASEBALL

Hiram 0-6, Ohio Wesleyan 3-4

Westminster 6-4, Waynesburg 3-8

Mount Union 0-2, Heidelberg 2-6

SOFTBALL

Mount Union 5-6, Heidelberg 1-0

GOLF

Capital Invitational

Mount Union erased a 19-point deficit in the final round to win at the Foxfire Golf Club in Lockborne, Ohio. Senior Meghann Glass had a tournament-best 79 and took medalist honors with a two-day total of 166. Capital was second, followed by Otterbein, Wilmington and Ohio Northern.

MEN'S TENNIS

Grove City 7, Westminster 2

Earlham 7, Hiram 0

Hiram 7, Miami University-Hamilton 0

WOMEN'S TENNIS

Earlham 8, Hiram 1

Miami University-Hamilton 5, Hiram 4

Mount Union 5, Wilmington 4

TRACK AND FIELD

Titan Invitational at Westminster

First places include Jacob Gleason in the 3000 steeplechase (9:46.39), Matt Steve in the 200 (22.53), Dan Beckwith in the 800 (1:59.44), Ashley Pyle in the 100 (12.98) and 200 (26.48) and Briana Palko of West Middlesex in the high jump (5-0).

NATIONAL RESULTS

BASEBALL

SATURDAY'S SCORES

EAST

Amherst 9-7, Dayton 4-8

Arcadia 13-9, Neumann 5-1

Babson 10, Brandeis 2

Bentley 13, S. Connecticut 3

Bowdoin 6-1, Colby 8-1

Bryant 16, Stonehill 11

Cent. Connecticut St. 8-10, F. Dickinson 0-3

College of N.J. 7-12, Ramapo 3-7

Columbia 7-13, 1-12, 2nd game, 10 innings

Concordia, N.Y. 2-7, Philadelphia 1-2

Curry 10-10, Becker 0-3

Delaware 5, N.C.-Wilmington 1

Endicott 4-9, Wentworth Tech 3-2

FDU-Madison 6-3, Delaware Valley 3-2

Franklin Pierce 4-7, Merrimack 2-5

Harvard 4-5, Princeton 2-2

Keene St. 5-5, Rhode Island Coll. 3-3

Lehigh 3-1, Army 1-5

Lynchburg 9-5, Randolph-Macon 2-14

Maine 14-18, Pace 0-12

Manhattanville 16-6, Polytechnic 16-1

Massachusetts 9-7, Dayton 4-8

Mass. College 7-8, Salem St. 4-2

Mass.-Dartmouth 11-15, Mass.-Boston 8-8

Mass.-Lowell 15-15, Assumption 8-4

Misericordia 13-5, Eastern 0-6

New Haven 14-9, Teikyo Post 0-2

North Florida 4-1, Kennesaw St. 3-2, 1st game, 11 innings

Northeastern 6-3, Albany 3-5

Old Westbury 6-9, N.Y. Maritime 5-4, 1st game, 8 innings

Oswego St. 10-11, New Platz 9-5

Roger Williams 4-3, Anna Maria 1-2

Rutgers-Camden 4-6, N.J. City 3-2

Sacred Heart 5-1, Mount St. Mary's, N.Y. 4-11

S. Connecticut 10-3, St. Michael's 2-1

Staten Island 15-14, Baruch 2-2

Towson 9, Hofstra 2

Trinity, Conn. 14-5, Bates 0-13

Tufts 4-10, Wesleyan 0-2

Tulane 11, Memphis 2

UMBC 6-17, Long Island U. 1-11

W. New England 14-12, S. Vermont 0-0

Westfield St. 7-0, Mass. Maritime 1-3

Worcester St. 6-7, Bridgewater, Mass. 3-0

SOUTH

Alabama 7, Florida 2

Ala.-Huntsville 14-0, Valdosta St. 0-9

Anderson, S.C. 17-9, Limestone 4-5

Appalachian St. 3-1, Coll of Chas. 1-16

Armstrong 12, Francis Marion 4

Auburn 11, LSU 3

Auburn-Mont. 9-11, Brewton Parker 2-2

Bethune-Cookman 3-12, Norfolk St. 2-1

Central Florida 6-10, Campbell 3-2

Charleston S. 2-3, Coastal Carolina 1-16

Cincinnati 6, Louisville 2

Chowan 7, Averett 5

Citadel 7, W. Carolina 0

Coker 5-3, Barton 2-8

Cumberland, Ky. 12-14, Transylvania 3-4

Drexel 2, George Mason 1

Ferrum 12, Christopher Newport 11

Florida Atlantic 13, Belmont 2

Florida Southern 8-8, Rollins 5-4

Furman 12-9, VMI 0-6

Gardner-Webb 10, Lander 3

Guilford 10-10, Hampden-Sydney 6-3

High Point 8-9, Radford 5-12

James Madison 10, William & amp; Mary 8

Lambuth 3-4, Pikeville 0-3

Liberty 10-6, Elon 9-2, 1st game, 12 innings

Lincoln Memorial 5-3, West Georgia 4-2

Lipscomb 14-12, Murray St. 6-3

Longwood 9-8, St. Andrews 2-4

Louisiana College 7-7, Texas-Dallas 5-0

Louisiana-Monroe 13, Southeastern La. 2

Maryland 10, Virginia 3

Mississippi 6, Vanderbilt 1

Mississippi St. 14, Georgia 4

Montevallo 7-4, West Florida 12-1

N.C.-Asheville 8-6, Winthrop 6-10, 1st game, 10 innings

N.C. State 3, Clemson 0

St. Leo 6-4, Eckerd 10-3

St. Louis 4, UAB 1

Savannah St. 31, Voorhees 2

South Alabama 3, New Orleans 1

South Florida 6, TCU 5

Southern Miss 10, Charlotte 4

Stetson 1-4, Georgia St. 0-1

Texas A & amp;M-Corpus Christi 13-7, Morris Brown 0-2

The Citadel 7, W. Carolina 0

Trevecca Nazarene 10-2, Martin Meth. 0-8

Troy St. 6-5, Jacksonville St. 1-0

Tulane 11, Memphis 2

W. Kentucky 14, Fla. International 5

William Carey 6-4, Spring Hill 4-5

Wingate 5-1, Presbyterian 2-4

MIDWEST

Akron 1-5, Cent. Michigan 0-1

Ashland 9-6, Northwood 1-9

Aquinas 7-12, Spring Arbor 6-2

Aurora, Ill. 4-7, Chicago 3-16

Ball St. 6-11, Toledo 3-6

Bowling Green 14-3, Ohio 5-6

Cent. Missouri 9-5, Emporia St. 8-2

Concordia, Ill. 3-4, Dominican, Ill. 1-3

Creighton 6-13, Evansville 3-9

DePauw 7-3, Rose-Hulman 4-6

Detroit 5-9, Cleveland St. 2-2

E. Illinois 2-2, Bradley 1-1

Fort Hays St. 8-10, Metro St. 2-2

Grand Valley St. 2-4, Saginaw Valley St. 1-1

Ill.-Chicago 7-2, Youngstown St. 0-3

Marian, Wis. 7-7, St. Norbert 5-8

Mary 5-6, Dakota St. 7-4

McKendree 10-10, William Woods 0-0

Nebraska 7, Oklahoma 6

Tri-State 2-1, Siena Heights 0-0

Washburn 11-4, Missouri-Rolla 1-5

W. Michigan 9-2, Miami, Ohio 2-4

Wis.-LaCrosse 3-7, Wis.-Whitewater 2-5

Wis.-Oshkosh 5-11, Wis.-Superior 1-0

Wis.-Stevens Pt. 5-4, Wis.-Riv. Falls 0-1

SOUTHWEST

Hannibal-LaGrange 4-9, Williams Baptist 2-16

Harding 6-2, Arkansas Tech 2-5

Hendrix 4-12, Rhodes 3-3

Incarnate Word 8, St. Mary's, Texas 3

Lamar 8, McNeese St. 2

N.M. Highlands 16, Colorado Mines 11

S. Arkansas 15-15, Ouachita 5-5

SW Texas 7-7, Sam Houston St. 4-1

Texas 8, Kansas 3

Texas Tech 15, Kansas St. 0

FAR WEST

California 3, Oregon 2

Oregon St. 13, Southern Cal 3

Stanford 19, Arizona 1

SATURDAY'S LINESCORES

ILLINOIS-CHICAGO 7, YSU 0 (1ST GAME)

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YSU0000000--052

Larry Banks and Kevin Nelson; Matt Brumit, Mike Hosterman (7) and Adam Cox. WP--Banks (6-1); LP--Brumit (0-3); 2B--Mike Hughes, Curtis Granderson (UIC), Kyle Penrod (YSU).

YSU 3, ILLINOIS-CHICAGO 2 (2ND GAME 10-INNINGS)

UIC2000000000--293

YSU0000000201--390

Wes Gilliam, Bill Bernabei (8) and Kevin Nelson; Corey Ohalek and Adam Cox; WP--Ohalek (3-3); LP--Bernabei (1-1); 2B--Mike Hughes (UIC); Adam Cox (YSU); 3B--Curtis Granderson (UIC).

HOCKEY

SATURDAY'S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP GAME SUMMARY

MINNESOTA 4, MAINE 3 (OT)

Maine0120--3

Minnesota1111--4

First Period--1, Minnesota, Ballard 10 (Riddle, Angell), 7:18 (pp). Penalties--Loya, Mai (holding), 5:40; Murphy, Mai (goalie interference), 9:20; Loya, Mai (cross-checking), 10:08; Potulny, Min (holding stick), 13:18; Murphy, Mai (high-sticking), 16:34.

Second Period--2, Maine, Schutte 12 (Metcalf, Dimitrakos), 4:47 (pp). 3, Minnesota, Pohl 27 (Anthony, Angell), 5:38. Penalties--Potulny, Min (interference), 3:47; Ballard, Min (ob.-holding), 9:37; Shaneberger, Mai (tripping), 13:02.

Third Period--4, Maine, Schutte 13 (Ryan, Jackson), 1:17. 5, Maine, Liscak 17 (Dimitrakos), 15:27. 6, Minnesota, Koalska 10 (Riddle, Pohl), 19:07. Penalties--Taffe, Min (boarding), 9:15; DeMarchi, Min (hitting after whistle), 19:19; Lawson, Mai (hitting after whistle), 19:19.

Overtime--5, Minnesota, Potulny 15 (Pohl, Leopold), 16:58 (pp). Penalty--Schutte, Mai (tripping), 15:58.

Shots on goal--Maine 11-13-16-5--45. Minnesota 11-8-9-7--35.

Power-play Opportunities--Maine 1 of 4; Minnesota 2 of 6.

Goalies--Maine, Yeats (35 shots-31 saves). Minnesota, Hauser (45-42).

A--19,324 (18,064).

Referee--Steve Piotrowski. Linesmen--John LaDuke, Kevin Langseth.




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