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Nov. 17, 1997

Maryland Falls in NCAA Tournament

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The George Mason women;s soccer (14-5-4) team advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament by defeating Maryland (12-9-3) at Ludwig Field today, 2-1. George Mason took an early lead at 24:12, when senior forward Taylor Eubank scored after Maryland's freshamn goalkeeper Alli Wolff stopped her initial shot. Maryland got on the board at the 79:16 mark when junior forward Keri Sarver scored her 15th goal of the season, assisted by junior midfielder Robin McCullough.

George Mason retaliated 1:41 later as sophomore Faith Klapinski scored her first career goal, assisted by senior midfielder Julie Ames. George Mason will travel to Harvard next week, where they will face the Crimson in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

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