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  • Stanford, Cal women win in tournament opener

    Nadia Fingall scored 24 points and No. 8 Stanford pulled away from Florida Gulf Coast 88-65 on the opening day of the Rainbow Wahine Showdown in Honolulu. The Cardinal (4-0) also got 17 points from Kiana Williams and 16 from DiJonai Carrington. Fingall was 11-for-14 from the field and grabbed eight rebounds. Keri Jewett-Giles scored 17 points and Nasrin Ulel added 13 for the Eagles (2-2). The game was a rematch of an NCAA Tournament second-round game last March, in which Stanford beat FGCU...

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  • USC, UCLA women advance in NCAA soccer tournament

    The USC and UCLA women’s soccer teams breezed to victories in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Friday. The Trojans got goals from six players in a 6-0 win over Long Beach State at USC’s McAlister Field, improving their record to 16-2-2. Natalie Jacobs and Alea Hyatt scored in the first...

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  • NCAA soccer tournaments: Georgetown men and women advance with home victories

    Top-seeded Hoyas women beat Duke, 4-1, to extend unbeaten streak to 23 matches. Fourth-seeded men get late heroics from Dylan Nealis to edge West Virginia.

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  • Santa Clara women’s soccer team eliminated from NCAA tournament

    The Santa Clara women's soccer team dominated the play against North Carolina State on Friday night, but the seventh-ranked Broncos still feel to the Wolfpack in an NCAA tournament second-round match in Los Angeles. Santa Clara (17-3-2) outshot North Carolina State 25-3 and had a 12-2 edge in shots on goal. But the Broncos ultimately were eliminated on penalty kicks (5-4) after the teams finished regulation time and two overtimes tied 1-1. Each side converted its first four penalty kicks....

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