Women's Water Polo
SAN DIEGO -- A tough angle, a one-goal lead, and just over one minute to go in the NCAA Women’s Water Polo Championship stared senior Pallavi Menon in the face. She had three problems, but her aim wasn’t one. Menon’s shot across the goal bounced off the far post and into the cage, sealing Stanford’s second consecutive NCAA title, and third overall, with a 6-4 victory against USC.
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DIII Women's Golf
ANGOLA, Ind. -- DePauw didn’t make it easy, but Methodist won its 15th consecutive NCAA Championship on Friday with a four-stroke victory. The Monarchs teed off Friday afternoon holding a two-stroke lead ahead of DePauw and hoping to keep their streak alive. There is a tradition of success in Methodist and the expectations are not lost on the team. The 2012 title marks the 15th consecutive and 25th overall in 27 years of national tournaments.
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DIII Softball
MANSFIELD, Conn. -- Tufts won its third NCAA regional title, and will play at the NCAA finals later this week in Salem, Va., after defeating host Eastern Connecticut 6-0 in the regional championship game on Sunday.
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DI Men's Lacrosse
AMHERST, Mass. -- Colgate became the first team this season to defeat No. 1 UMass, ending the Minutemen’s 15-game winning streak on Saturday, with a 13-11 victory in the first round of the 2012 NCAA tournament.The Raiders were able to come back from a five-goal deficit to tie the game, before they took their first lead in the fourth quarter. The win marks the first time in program history that Colgate will advance to the second round. The Raiders will face No. 3 Duke, which beat Syracuse 12-9 on Saturday.
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DIII Men's Tennis
BRUNSWICK, Maine — Bowdoin won the first three completed singles matches to earn a 5-1 victory against Trinity (Texas) in the regional finals of the NCAA Division III tournament on Sunday. With the victory, the Polar Bears (15-7) advanced to the national quarterfinals for the first time since 2002. Trinity ended its season with a record of 21-8.
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DII Baseball
INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Baseball Committee has selected the 48 teams that will participate in the 2012 NCAA Division II Baseball Championship. The championship provides for eight regional sites – six sites will host six teams, the west region will host four teams and the south region will host eight teams. All regionals are double-elimination tournaments and will be played May 17-21. Regional champions will advance to the double-elimination championship finals May 26-June 2 at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C. The finals will be hosted by Mount Olive and the town of Cary, N.C.
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DIII Championship Field

DI Softball
INDIANAPOLIS -- California was named the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Division I Softball Championship Sunday when the NCAA Division I Softball Committee announced the 64-team field. The Golden Bears, champions of the Pacific-12 Conference, are 50-4 and will play Iona, an automatic qualifier from the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, May 18 in front of a home crowd in Berkeley.
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DII Championship Bracket

DIII Women's Lacrosse
GETTYSBURG, Pa. -- Middlebury defeated defending national champion Gettysburg 15-9 in the NCAA regional finals on Sunday afternoon. The victory sends the Panthers (15-4) to the national semifinals to face top-ranked and unbeaten Salisbury (21-0) on Saturday. The other national semifinal will pit SUNY Cortland (20-1) against Trinity (19-1).
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DI Baseball
NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma completed a doubleheader sweep on Saturday with a 2-1 victory against No. 2 Baylor at home. The Sooners won in the 10th inning earlier in the day by a 1-0 score. Both victories came behind solid starting pitching as Jordan John lasted 8 2/3 in the opener and Jonathan Gray followed with 7 1/3 innings with nine strikeouts and one unearned run allowed. Baylor entered the weekend as the league’s top hitting team.
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DII Men's Track & Field
BISMARCK, N.D. -- Minnesota State claimed its third Northern Sun title in the past four seasons Saturday afternoon as they racked up 212 points to close the championships. The victory for Minnesota State also marks the third time in the last four years that it has swept both the indoor and outdoor crowns. Minnesota State’s scoring for the day started in the shot put as sophomore Chris Reed defended his title from last year with a heave of 59’ 8 ½” which would be the fifth best throw in the nation this year.
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Conference Championship Central