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PSP/NPPL World Cup 2002
October 18-27, 2002
Kissimmee, FL

2002 Collegiate World Cup X-Ball

Top team in each division plays the top team of the other division in its conference in the semifinals.  Finals game with best team from conference a versus b to be held on Sunday Oct 27th at ABC Wide World of Sports.

Prelims

Conference A

Division 1
Penn State 9 2 LL
George Washtington University 10 5 WL
Drexel 10 6 WW

Division 2
University of Illinois 6 5 WW
Clemson 2 9 WL
USMA 2 3 LL

Conference B

Division 3
Illinois State 4 10 WL
Louisiana State 5 9 WW
Rutgers 4 2 LL

Division 4
Purdue 11 9 WW
Citadel 1 5 LL
Michigan State 4 8 WL
Teams with two wins (WW) played in the semi final matches.

Semi Final Games

Drexel won over University of Illinois 8-3
Louisiana State University was beaten by Purdue 5-4 in sudden death overtime - the first time overtime was played in X Ball.
 


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