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RIVIERA MAYA, Mexico -- Sisters Morgane and Kim Metraux combined for a 7-under 137 on Wednesday to give Switzerland a one-stroke lead over South Korea in the Womens World Amateur Team Championships .Morgane opened with a 68, and Kim shot 69 at Mayakoba El Camaleon. They are teammates at Florida State .The 19-year-old Morgane played her final nine holes in 5-under 31, following two birdies with an eagle. She also closed with a birdie to help Switzerland top the team leaderboard .I actually had a bad nine to start with a double bogey, but I made a 90-foot putt for an eagle on the fifth hole, my 14th, Morgane said. I just focused and the score just came. It is always better to just try to enjoy the day. I think I only missed one or two fairways, which is the key here.She was tied with South Koreas Hyun Kyung Park atop the individual leaderboard .The 21-year-old Kim had four birdies and a bogey.Its always good to see your countrys name, Kim said. Its always good at the top of the leaderboard.Azelia Meichtrys 73 did not count in Switzerlands team total.South Korea played on the Iberostar Playa Paraiso layout, counting a 68 from Hyun Kyung Park and a 70 from Hye Jin Choi.I didnt expect to be tied for the lead on the individual leaderboard, but I am very happy, the 16-year-old Park said. I am really willing to make history and win the championship as Korea did in 2010 and 2012 because those players have had great success on the LPGA Tour and I want to follow in their footsteps so that other juniors can look up to me the same way I look up to them.Japan was third at 142, also playing at Mayakoba El Camaleon. Nasa Hatoaka and Hina Arakaki each shot 71.The United States was tied for seventh at 2 over. Katelyn Dambaugh had a 72, and Mariel Galdiano and Andrea Lee each shot 74 at Mayakoba El Camaleon. 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Their conferences have combined for nine of the last 13 national champions.Like the Missouri Valley and CAA, the Big Sky and Southern conferences both had four playoff qualifiers, but theyre down to one each -- Eastern Washington and Wofford, respectively.Also advancing is Sam Houston State from the Southland.While only one road team won in the eight first-round games last weekend, three of the eight claimed wins in the second round.Heres a second-round review:---=No. 4 seed James Madison 55, New Hampshire 22Story Line: Quarterback Bryan Schor returned from an injury to his non-throwing shoulder to complete 30 of 37 passes for 371 yards and five touchdowns with one interception. After falling behind 7-0, the CAA Football champion Dukes (11-1) asserted control by scoring the final 31 points of the first half.Game Balls: Schor, for sure. But Brandon Ravenel caught two touchdowns in the second quarter, then answered a UNH touchdown early in the second half with an 86-yard kickoff return for a score, totaling 263 all-purpose yards.Key Stat: A mere 3 of 13 on third down conversions, New Hampshire punted nine times compared to JMUs two punts.The Takeaway: James Madison (11-1), a winner of nine straight games, has picked a great time to raise its play against the pass. UNH was a mere 16 of 35 for 143 yards and one interception, marking the third straight JMU opponent to be held under a 50 percent completion percentage. Thats huge with Sam Houston State gunslinger Jeremiah Briscoe, the new FCS single-season record-holder with 57 TD passes, coming to town next.Up Next: James Madison will host No. 5 seed Sam Houston State (12-0) in the quarterfinals Friday night.---=Youngstown State 40, No. 3 seed Jacksonville State 24Story Line: Youngstown State continued its spectacular return to the FCS playoffs after a 10-year absence. The Penguins never trailed in the game, Jody Webb rushed for 140 yards and two touchdowns, quarterback Hunter Wells threw for 290 yards and a touchdown and Zak Kennedy kicked four field goals.Game Ball: The YSU secondary helped limit Jacksonville State quarterback Eli Jenkins to 6 of 26 passing. Free safety LeRoy Alexander and nickel back D.J. Thomas had interceptions and cornerback David Rivers III collected three pass breakups. Defensive backs had six of the defenses eight pass breakups.Key Stat: While YSUs secondary excelled, JSUs defensive backs didnt against the pass as the Penguins averaged 28.6 yards on 11 completions. Included were a 70-yard touchdown pass to Damoun Patterson to open the scoring and an 85-yard completion to Darien Townsend.The Takeaway: That Missouri Valley teams are much stronger than Ohio Valley Conference teams is obvious. Whats coming into focus is the Penguins have one of the more talented teams in the nation (bookend defensive ends Derek Rivers and Avery Moss are scary good).Up Next: Youngstown State (10-3) has an unexpected home game in the quarterfinals, hosting Wofford (10-3) next Saturday. The Penguins beat another Southern Conference team, Samford, in the first round.---=No. 8 seed South Dakota State 10, Villanova 7Story Line: Freshman Chase Vinatieri, nephew of NFL great Adam Vinatieri, kicked a 40-yard field goal with 1:21 left to break a 7-7 tie and end the career of retiring Villanova coach Andy Talley.Game Ball: Defensive tackle Kelly Soulek was in on five tackles, including half a sack of Villanovas Zach Bednarczyk, and had five quarterback hurries as the SDSU defense helped bail out the offense on a cold, snowy afternoon.Key Stat: The Jackrabbits (9-3) tightened enough at just the right times, limiting Villanova to 6 of 16 on third-down conversions and 1 of 4 on fourth-down attempts.The Takeaway: Talleys career ended with a 230-137-1 record, 12 playoff appearances and the 2009 national title in 32 seasons at Villanova, and a 258-155-2 mark in 37 overall seasons. It was a great matchup of highly respected coaches with 20th-year coach John Stiegelmeier manning the SDSU sideline.Up Next: South Dakota State will head back to No. 1 seed North Dakota State (11-1) for the quarterfinals next Saturday. The Jackrabbits earned the Missouri Valleys automatic bid because of its 19-17 win at the Fargodome on Oct. 15---=No. 5 seed Sam Houston State 41, Chattanooga 36Story Line: Redshirt junior Jeremiah Briscoe faced a heavy pass rush, but he continued his magical season by passing for five touchdowns to set the FCS single-season record with 57.Game Ball: Wide receiver Yedidiah Louis followed up a four-touchdown game against Central Arkansas to end the regular season with another three TD receptions. He caught eight balls for 156 yards and became the teams all-time receptions leader. He also had a 53-yard run to set up Briscoes fifth TD pass -- the record-setter.Key Stat: Chattanooga came away 0-for-3. The loss marked the third straight year the Southern Conference power was eliminated by the top-ranked team in the nation.The Takeaway: For once, the only unbeaten team in the FCS didnt have a win in its pocket by halftime. The game seemed to be heading that way when the Bearkkats (12-0) led 21-0 in the second quarter, but Chattanooga scored three straight touchdowns of its own to make the second half difficult on coach K.ddddddddddddC. Keelers club. The Bearkats have trailed against only one opponent for a mere 3 minutes, 14 seconds of the first quarter (ironically against Northwestern State, the Southland Conferences last-place team).Up Next: Sam Houston State travels to No. 4 seed James Madison (11-1) in the quarterfinals Friday night.---=No. 1 seed North Dakota State 45, San Diego 7Story Line: Quarterback Easton Stick accounted for 307 yards of total offense and passed for three touchdowns and the Bison (11-1) outclassed the champs from the non-scholarship Pioneer Football League.Game Balls: Stick was in control on offense (208 passing yards, 99 rushing yards), while MJ Stumpf raised his game for a linebackers corps that has battled injuries this season. He finished with a game-high nine tackles, including eight solo stops, and opened the scoring with a 40-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter.Key Stat: Although San Diego possessed the ball over 11 minutes longer than the Bison, the five-time defending FCS champions had a 507-296 advantage in total yards.The Takeaway: If the Bison are going to keep the dynasty going, it will look similar to the other postseasons. Coach Chris Kliemans squad wants to win with defense, field position, a lack of turnovers (none versus USD) and the power run game behind the big boys up front.Up Next: Yup, theyre coming back. The No. 8-seeded South Dakota State Jackrabbits (9-3) will try to win at the Fargodome for a second time this season when the two Missouri Valley co-champs square off in the quarterfinals next Saturday. This decade, the Bison are 18-0 at home in the FCS playoffs.---=No. 2 seed Eastern Washington 31, Central Arkansas 14Story Line: Quarterback Gage Gubrud accounted for 517 yards of total offense and three touchdowns and Eastern Washingtons defense surrendered a season-low in points and yards.Game Ball: Gubrud had a hand in all but 14 of the Eagles offensive yards. He had a school-record 47 completions in 64 attempts for 449 yards and two touchdowns to Cooper Kupp, and carried the ball 15 times for 68 yards and a touchdown.Key Stat: Linebacker Ketner Kupp had more tackles (11) than his older brother Cooper, he of basically all the FCS receiving records, had receptions (10).The Takeaway: It may not be one of the best in the FCS, but the Eastern Washington defense is one of the best of coach Beau Baldwins nine seasons. The Eagles (11-1) played without starting linebackers Miquiyah Zamora and Alek Kacmarcik because of injuries, but they limited Central Arkansas to 246 yards. Over the last six games, the Eagles have allowed an average of only 18.8 points.Up Next: Eastern Washington will host a potentially road-weary Richmond squad in the quarterfinals next Saturday. The Spiders (10-3) traveled to North Dakota for its second-round win, went home and have to go back across the country to the red turf in Cheney.---=Wofford 17, No. 6 seed The Citadel 3Story Line: The Terriers have been riddled by injuries at the quarterback position this year and unheralded freshman Joe Newman was forced to play much of the second half after starter Brandon Goodson was injured. Newman rushed for a 36-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to break a 3-3 tie.Game Balls: Woffords Lincoln Stewart had a game-high 16 tackles, including a half-sack, and intercepted a pass, while fellow linebacker Datavious Wilson totaled 14 tackles to help hand The Citadel its first loss against a non-FBS opponent.Key Stat: The Citadel place-kicker Cody Clark had made 12 of 16 field-goal attempts in the regular season, including the overtime winner to beat Wofford, but missed three of his four attempts.The Takeaway: While the surging Terriers (10-3, winners of six straight games) are known for their triple option offense, they are getting it done defensively. Defensive coordinator Nathan Fuquas unit has won three games by shutout and two others when theyve allowed seven or fewer points.Up Next: Wofford will visit Youngstown State (10-3) for the quarterfinals next Saturday.---=Richmond 27, No. 7 seed North Dakota 24Story Line: Richmond trailed 24-7 in the last minute of the third quarter, but rallied to win the game on Griffin Traus 18-yard field goal as time expired. Spiders sophomore quarterback Kevin Johnson accounted for 311 yards of total offense and three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing).Game Ball: Senior wide receiver Brian Brown is the veteran presence to help ease in Johnson, whose first two career starts have been in the playoffs. Brown had a 79-yard touchdown reception among his seven catches for 187 yards. He surpassed 4,000 receiving yards in his career.Key Stat: While North Dakota was trying to protect the lead in the fourth quarter, it gained only 20 yards and two first downs.The Takeaway: The rally was exhilarating to Richmond (10-3), but North Dakotas first appearance in the FCS playoffs was a bitter disappointment. The Fighting Hawks perhaps got ahead of themselves when they held their 17-point lead.Up Next: Richmond will face a second straight Big Sky Conference co-champion, No. 2 seed Eastern Washington (11-1), in the quarterfinals next Saturday. cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseys cheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' '