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RE: UMass Olympic Sports
La Salle Secures Top Seed for Atlantic 10 Women's Soccer Championship[Image: 6423402.jpeg]

THURSDAY
11:00AM CHARLOTTE 0:2 LaSALLE
1:30PM SAINT BONAVENTURE 0:1 BUTLER
5:00PM DAYTON 4:1 UMASS
7:30PM VCU 4:0 SAINT JOSEPH'S

FRIDAY
5:00PM LaSALLE vs. BUTLER
7:30PM DAYTON vs. VCU

SUNDAY
1:00PM FINALS

http://www.atlantic10.com/sports/w-socce...12aab.html
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RE: UMass Olympic Sports
Antony Taylor Achieves All-Conference In A-10 Championships
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Antony Taylor did not shy away from the spotlight as he performed well enough to qualify himself for All-Conference.


PHILADELPHIA, Pa. - The men's cross country team finished the 2012 A-10 Championships in a tie for eighth place with Fordham. Butler took home the men's and women's championship on Saturday morning. Butler was followed by Saint Joseph's and La Salle.

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RE: 2012 A-10 Field Hockey Championship
Richmond Earns Top Seed in 2012 A-10 Field Hockey Championship
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NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – No. 16 University of Richmond earned the top seed for the 2012 Atlantic 10 Field Hockey Championship, which gets underway on Fri., Nov. 2, at Garber Field on the campus of the University of Massachusetts.

Richmond (15-4/7-0) will take on fourth-seeded VCU (13-5/4-3), while No. 18 Massachusetts (12-8/6-1), the host team, squares off against third-seeded Temple (12-8/5-2).

The Spiders, reigning A-10 Champions and seven time league winners, enter the tournament undefeated in conference play. Richmond led the league in both conference and non-conference wins, having won 15 games overall, including 10 straight victories. The Spiders are led by sophomore midfielder Rebecca Barry who leads the squad with 15 goals and 39 points on the season.

Massachusetts holds 12 tournament titles, and looks to earn their 13th conference title at the 2012 Championship. The Minutewomen set the stage earlier this month after upsetting No. 1 Syracuse, 2-1. UMass is led by senior forward Nicole Cordero, who leads the squad with 12 goals on the season and senior midfielder Kim Young who leads the team with 27 points.

Temple looks to garner its first A-10 Championship title since 1994, having qualified for the tournament in each of the past nine seasons. The Owls are led by sophomore forward Amber Youtz who is the conference leader in goals (21) and points (52).

VCU looks to earn its first A-10 tournament title in its inaugural season with the Conference. The Rams are led by senior forward Kelsey Scherrer, who is ranked second in the league with 16 goals and 41 points.

Saturday, Nov. 3
2:00 pm The Finals
UMass vs. Richmond


http://www.atlantic10.com/sports/w-field...12aab.html
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Atlantic 10 Field Hockey Championship
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Upsets Top-Seeded Richmond in Championship Final

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Senior Thando Zono
named Most Outstanding Player of the tournament

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - Massachusetts defeated Richmond, 5-0, to claim their 13th Atlantic 10 Field Hockey Championship title, outshooting the Spiders 13-8.

The Minutewomen's Thando Zono launched the first goal of the match 9:58 into the first half. Zono later scored the second goal off of a penalty shot, assisted by Callie Sweigart and Kate Heineman. Shooting from the center, Heineman scored the third goal of the game, assisted by Kim Young. Shortly after assisting Heineman on the third goal, Young posted a goal for UMass off of a penalty shot.

Zono finished out the match with the final goal of the game, naming her the Most Outstanding Player of the tournament, tallying a total of five goals over the weekend, two against Temple and three against Richmond

http://www.atlantic10.com/sports/w-field...12aab.html
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UMASS ICE HOCKEY
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#1 Boston College Slips Past UMass Hockey, 3-2 Power logs a goal and an assist for the Minutemen in the setback.

http://www.umassathletics.com/sports/m-h...12aae.html

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Rowe, UMass Hand #9 UNH First Loss, 2-1 In OT Senior Darren Rowe notched the game-winner for the Minutemen on the power play for his third goal of the season.

http://www.umassathletics.com/sports/m-h...12aad.html


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#13 BU Bests UMass Hockey, 5-2 Gracel and Hanley provide goals for the Minutemen.

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RE: UMass Field Hockey in NCAA Championships
UMass Defeats Rider in play-in game 2-1
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Advances To The 2012 NCAA Tournament


AMHERST, Mass. - The UMass field hockey team earned the program's 23rd NCAA Tournament Appearance with a 2-1 overtime victory vs. Rider at Garber Field on Tuesday afternoon. Trailing 1-0 in the second half, senior forward Nicole Cordero notched the tying goal before freshman midfielder Allie Sabia added the game-winner in overtime.

The win secured UMass a berth in the upcoming NCAA Tournament, with the Minutewomen learning their opponent for opening round competition at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6. The NCAA will operate a live stream for the event, with a link for the selection show available through the official NCAA website, http://www.NCAA.com.

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UMass in NCAA Championships
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The NCAA Division I Field Hockey Committee announced Tuesday the field of 16 teams for the 2012 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship. Five conferences were awarded automatic qualification. In addition, six conferences competed for three play-in berths and the remaining eight teams were selected at large.

teams winning the play-in berths were Massachusetts from the Atlantic 10 Conference, Princeton from The Ivy League and Stanford from the Northern Pacific Field Hockey Conference.

The remaining eight teams that were selected at large are as follows: Iowa, Lafayette, Maryland, Michigan, Northeastern, Old Dominion, Syracuse and Virginia.

The first and second round games will be played on four campus sites Nov. 10-11.

Michigan vs. ODU
Stanford @UNC

Lafayette vs. Maryland
Northeastern @UConn

Syracuse vs. UMass
UAlbany @Penn State


Virignia vs. Iowa
Drexel @Princeton

Old Dominion will host the semifinals and final Friday, Nov. 16, and Sunday, Nov. 18, at Powhatan Sports Complex in Norfolk, Va.

http://www.ncaa.com/news/fieldhockey/art...12-tourney
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A-10 Track & Field 2012-13 Indoor Season
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The 2012 Atlantic 10 Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships will be held Feb 16-17 on the campus of the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, R.I.

2013 A-10 Men’s Indoor Track and Field Predicted Order of Finish
(2012 Conference Championship Finish)
1. Rhode Island (1st)
2. Charlotte (2nd)
3. Temple (4th)
4. Fordham (3rd)
5. La Salle (5th)
6. Butler (4th Horizon League)
7. VCU (5th CAA)
8. Saint Joseph’s (6th)
9. Massachusetts (8th)
10. Xavier (7th)
11. Richmond (9th)
12. Saint Louis (10th)

2013 A-10 Women’s Indoor Track and Field Predicted Order of Finish
(2012 Conference Championship Finish)
1. Charlotte (1st)
2. Dayton (2nd)
3. Temple (4th)
4. Rhode Island (5th)
5. Duquesne (3rd)
6. Richmond (6th)
7. VCU (2nd CAA)
8. Butler (3rd Horizon League)
9. Saint Louis (7th)
10. La Salle (8th)
11. Massachusetts (11th)
12. Fordham (9th)
13. Xavier (10th)
14. Saint Joseph’s (12th)


http://www.atlantic10.com/sports/c-itrac...12aaa.html
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Race for the Women's Basketball Title is Wide Open
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Last Year's Winners, Teams on the Rise
Make for Competitive A-10 Top to Bottom


Don’t count anybody out. That’s the level of anticipation that greets the 2012-13 Atlantic 10 season. Among the 16 teams comprising the league – which now includes newcomers Virginia Commonwealth and Butler -- six received first-place votes in the league’s preseason poll voted on by coaches.

Dayton emerged as the frontrunner with seven votes followed by Richmond and Charlotte, each with a vote apiece. Duquesne nabbed four of the votes, Temple one and defending regular season champion St. Bonaventure notched three.

So it’s a guess which team will hold the trophy on March 16 when the Atlantic 10 culminates with an historic championship game televised by the ESPN Networks in Brooklyn’s state-of-the-art Barclays Center? A handful of questions to consider:

•Will preseason favorite and defending A-10 tournament champion Dayton prevail despite losing four of its top six scorers?

•Can St. Bonaventure follow its most successful season in school history with another storied run?

•Will Richmond return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2005 behind all-league picks Genevieve Okoro, Becca Wann and Rachael Bilney?

•How dangerous is Charlotte, led by senior forward Jennifer Hailey, one of five starters back for the 49ers?

This much we know. The A-10 continues to evolve as one of the top conferences in the sport.

http://www.atlantic10.com/sports/w-baskb...12aaa.html

2012-13 PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH
TEAM (1st-place votes) POINTS 11-12 RECORD (FINISH)
1. Dayton (7) 239 23-7/12-2 (3rd)
2. Richmond (1) 207 23-9/9-5 (T4th)
3. Charlotte (1) 206 16-14/8-6 (6th)
4. Duquesne (3) 204 20-12/7-7 (T7th)
5. Temple (1) 201 23-10/13-1 (2nd)
6. Saint Joseph's 195 22-11/9-5 (T4th)
7. St. Bonaventure (3) 172 31-4/14-0 (1st)
8. George Washington 139 11-18/4-10 (T10th)
9. La Salle 114 14-17/7-7 (T7th)
10. Xavier 111 8-20/5-9 (9th)
11. Fordham 96 12-18/3-11 (T12th)
12. Butler 80 13-17/9-9 Horizon
13. VCU 71 19-15/9-9 CAA)
14. Saint Louis 64 11-20/4-10 (T10th)
15. Massachusetts 56 8-21/3-11 (T12th)
16. Rhode Island 21 1-28/0-14 (14th)

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RE: UMass Olympic Sports
Minutemen Blank Providence, 4-0 Pereira logs three points,
including first goal of the season, Boyle collects first collegiate shutout.

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AMHERST, Mass. - On the back of a three-point night by junior Michael Pereira and 17 saves by sophomore netminder Kevin Boyle, the UMass hockey team rolled to a 4-0 win over Providence at the Mullins Center on Friday evening. The shutout, which marked the first of Boyle's collegiate career and was the squad's first over the Friars (4-4-1, 3-3-0 HEA) since 2004, moves the Minutemen to 3-4-0 overall and 2-4-0 in Hockey East.

Periera tallied his first goal of the season and chipped in two assists for his third career multi-point game, the first since his hat trick against Providence on Feb. 11. Troy Power logged his second straight multi-point effort, notching a goal and recording a helper. Juniors Colin Shea and Branden Gracel each added goals, as well, their second and third of the season, respectively.

http://www.umassathletics.com/sports/m-h...12aaa.html
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