Week 12 results - conference tournaments and the stretch run for conferences without one

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  1. Sandon Mibut

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    So 30 seconds from halftime, Georgetown's Steve Neumann collects a pass in the box from Jimmy Nealis, turns and fires into the net to give the Hoyas the lead at halftime.


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    Cal is pissing away its postseason chances as they've squandered an early lead and now trail Stanford 3-1 in the 64th in a game that was a must-win for them.
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    In the 58th or so, Marquette ties it up on a nice give-and-between Bryan Ciesiluka and Adam Lysak, who finished nicely.
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    Shockingly (not really), Virginia and North Carolina are scoreless at halftime.


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    Stanford gets a hat-trick from Adam Jahn, raising his total to 13, and finishes off Cal 6-1.

    Cal finishes 8-7-3 and their RPI was 44 at the start of the day. Stanford, which finished the season strong in Jeremy Gunn’s first year on The Farm, is 9-8-1 with a 60 RPI.
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    UCLA wins the Pac-12 and wins the automatic bid after rallying past San Diego State 2-1.

    Ryan Hollngshead and Reed Williams scored the goals, both of which were set-up by Evan Raynr and Leo Stolz.

    The Bruins are 13-2-3 and 8-1-1 in the conference.
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    Cal is done. To lose like they did on the last day of the season, and finishing fourth in a league that won't get three bids means they come up short.

    Pac-12 will send UCLA and Washington. An extra at-large is now out there for someone.
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    Agreed.
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    Biggest winner may be Davis/Northridge. Just hope New Mexico doesn't face plant in the MPSF.
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    for many reasons ;)
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    Air Force and Bakersfield about to kick in Albuquerque. Rained earlier but clear now. Temperature dropping steadily
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    Washington beats Oregon State 1-0 in OT on a Michael Uyehara goal. The Huskies finish the season 12-4-3 and 7-1-2 in the Pac-12. They entered the day with a 17 RPI and, in my opinion, should get a bye in the first round.
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    In the A10 semis, Kingsley Bryce scored in the 81st to give Saint Louis a 1-0 win over Xavier.

    SLU improves to 15-4. At 13-2-5 with an RPI of 30 entering the day. Xavier should be in good shape for an at-large bid.
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    Cavs and Heels headed to OT. UVa probably should have had a PK after a handball wasn't called in the box.

    Meanwhile, Georgetown just beat Marquette 2-1 with a goal a minute from PKs. Can't tell who scored.

    EDIT: The goal was scored by Fr. Brandon Allen, who was somehow left open in the box on a corner and he was able to re-direct a flicked header.
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    Bakersfield (Zardes) ahead 1-0 in the 39th over Air Force
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    Great win for the Hoyas to advance to BE Finals! Adrenaline is still pumping from that win!
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    Three nice goals today for UMich to win the semi against a good Northwestern team!

    Now a rematch with the Spartans, who probably want to go double or nothing on Big Bear. Go Blue!
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    PKs in the ACC (Virginia 0-0 North Carolina)
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    PKs in Germantown.

    Virginia is now 9-6-4, UNC 15-2-2.
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    Santa Clara ties LMU 0-0, which means the Broncos need some help from St. Mary's.

    SCU is 10-6-2, 7-2-2 in the WCC. San Diego plays St. Mary's later tonight. The Toreros are 8-2 in the conference and can clinch the championship with a win, making Sunday's showdown between San Diego and Santa Clara moot.

    (St. Mary's can win the WCC.)
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    Strangely, UNC switching GKs for PKs.
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    Bates makes the first PK, 1-0 UVa

    Lovejoy misses, still 1-0
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    UVa's Silvester misses the Cavs 2nd. still 1-0.

    Murphy ties it up thru 2 rounds, 1-1.
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    Wharton makes for UVa, 2-1.

    George converts for UNC. 2-2 thru 3.

    BTW, Goodwin is still in net for UNC, it was UVa that switched GKs.
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    Carroll converts for UVA, 3-2.

    Walters converts for UNC, 3-3 thru 4.

    Do or die time.

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