DI Men's Volleyball
LOS ANGELES -- UC Irvine won its third NCAA title on Saturday night, sweeping Southern California 25-22, 34-32, 26-24 on the Trojans’ home court. Dan McDonnell ended the match with an ace, and Carson Clark had 22 kills and eight digs for top-seeded Irvine (26-5), also the tournament winner in 2007 and 2009. Clark hit .465 for the match and finished with 25.5 points for the Anteaters, who were facing the Trojans for the fourth time this season.
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DI Baseball
ITHACA, N.Y. -- Understandably, it may have been the fastest home run trot you’ll ever see. “I couldn’t trot that one out,” Chris Cruz said. “It was just way too exciting.” The sophomore slugger bashed a program-record 12th homer of the season on Sunday. But more importantly, the two-run blast came in the bottom of the 11th inning to lead Big Red to a 3-1 victory against Dartmouth in the winner-take-all Game 3 of the Ivy League Championship Series. It’s the first time Cornell has won the title since the league added baseball 20 years ago.
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DI Women's Track & Field
TAMPA, Fla. -- Behind a surge of points from the field athletes and scoring performances compliments of the relay teams, Louisville became the first squad in Big East history to win its fifth consecutive outdoor title. At the conclusion of the meet, head coach Ron Mann and staff was named the Big East Women’s Outdoor Coaching Staff of the Year for the fourth time in program history. Amashi Kendall also earned an accolade, picking up Big East Female Most Outstanding Performer of the Meet.
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DI Softball
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Third-ranked Alabama clinched its third consecutive Southeastern Conference regular-season title — and fourth overall — defeating No. 6 Florida 5-3 on Sunday afternoon. With the victory, the Crimson Tide wins the conference title outright by a game against Tennessee. Alabama improved to 47-6 on the year and 23-5 in the SEC, while Florida dropped to 44-10 overall, 21-7 in the SEC. The Tide claimed the title despite not receiving a single vote to do so in the SEC Preseason Coach’s poll.
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DIII Men's Golf
WABASH, Ind. -- Transylvania’s Justin Tereshko fired a four-round score of 279 at the 2012 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship to lead the Pioneers to their sixth consecutive HCAC title. Transylvania tallied a team-score of 1,164, holding off second-place Mount St. Joseph’s total of 1,206.
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DI Men's Track & Field
FAIRFAX, Va. -- George Mason cruised to its third consecutive CAA championship on Saturday at George Mason Stadium. The Patriots finished with 267 points, outpacing second place UNC-Wilmington (166 points). William & Mary finished third with 122 points, followed by Northeastern (117), VCU (102) and Georgia State (13). Mason’s Lavell Handy repeated as Most Outstanding Field Performer, with teammate David Verburg earning Most Outstanding Track Performer.
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Rowing
PENNSAUKEN, N.J. -- Rhode Island claimed its third Atlantic 10 championship on Saturday morning at the Cooper River posting first-place finishes in the Varsity 8, Second Varsity 8, Varsity 4B and Novice 8 to finish the regatta with 53 points. The Colonials of George Washington, led by A-10 Coach of the Year Eric Carcich, captured second place with 42 points thanks in part to a second-place finish in the Varsity 8.
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DIII Men's Lacrosse
INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division III Men’s Lacrosse Committee has selected the teams that will compete in the 2012 Division III Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The championship provides for a 28-team tournament. Automatic qualification was given to 18 conference champions, which form Pool A. Three teams were selected from independents and schools from conferences that do not have an automatic bid for their champions (Pool B). The remaining seven teams are selected from those teams in conferences with automatic bids that did not win their conference’s automatic qualification and the remaining Pool B schools (Pool C). The teams are geographically paired, whenever possible.
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DI Women's Lacrosse
INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Committee has selected the 16 teams to compete in the 2012 Division I Women’s Lacrosse Championship. Eight first-round games will be conducted Saturday or Sunday, May 12-13, and four quarterfinal games will be played Saturday or Sunday, May 19-20. Preliminary round games will be played on the campuses of competing schools. The winners of the four quarterfinal games will advance to the semifinals and final hosted by Stony Brook on May 25 and 27 at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
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DIII Softball
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Senior All-American and tournament Most Outstanding Player Hayley Feindel became the NCAA Division III all-time wins leader and for the second consecutive season, Coast Guard won three games in one day to capture its third consecutive New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship. Feindel fired three shutouts last year on the final day to the tournament to give the Bears the championship. This season, Coast Guard became the first sixth seed to win the NEWMAC Championship.
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