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Results from the 1989
NCAA women's tournament

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Championship
Elizabethtown 66, Cal State Stanislaus 65

Third Place
Centre 106, Clarkson 78

National Semifinals
Elizabethtown 73, Centre 64 (OT)
Cal State Stanislaus 89, Clarkson 74

Quarterfinals
Elizabethtown 72, Muskingum 67
Centre 82, Wisconsin-Eau Claire 62
Clarkson 72, Clark (Mass.) 58
Cal State Stanislaus 70, Luther 67

Regional Championship
Elizabethtown 91, Allentown 58
Muskingum 83, Ohio Northern 78
Wisconsin-Eau Claire 83, Wisconsin-River Falls 73
Centre 81, Nazareth 62
Clark (Mass.) 51, Southern Maine 47
Clarkson 77, New York University 66
Luther 82, Augustana (Ill.) 59
Cal State Stanislaus 80, Concordia-Moorhead 74

Regional Third Place
Carnegie Mellon 73, Franklin & Marshall 67 (OT); Montclair State 59, Kean 54; Alma 79, St. Norbert 69; Maryville (Tenn.) 86, Virginia Wesleyan 79; Western Connecticut State 58, Salem State 57; Stony Brook 83, St. John Fisher 76; Wartburg 97, Millikin 75; St. Thomas (Minn.) 64, St. Benedict 56

First Round
Elizabethtown 78, Carnegie Mellon 61
Allentown 74, Franklin & Marshall 58
Muskingum 88, Montclair State 69
Ohio Northern 85, Kean 72
Wisconsin-River Falls 93, St. Norbert 74
Wisconsin-Eau Claire 68, Alma 63
Nazareth 71, Maryville (Tenn.) 63
Centre 70, Virginia Wesleyan 61
Clark (Mass.) 70, Salem State 40
Southern Maine 71, Western Connecticut State 46
Clarkson 81, St. John Fisher 64
New York University 72, Stony Brook 60
Augustana (Ill.) 93, Wartburg 74
Luther 77, Millikin 63
Cal State Stanislaus 82, St. Thomas (Minn.) 68
Concordia-Moorhead 80, St. Benedict 58

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