2012 CWPA Northern results: St. Francis, MIT, Brown, Harvard earn Eastern bid

The four teams out of the North have earned a spot in the Eastern championships.

The four teams out of the CWPA Northern Division have qualified for the Eastern championships, and they are St. Francis, MIT, Brown and Harvard. Brown already earned the bid for winning the Northern Division regular season title.

Overall, there were no real surprise for the teams who qualified. The only lower seeded team to move on was No.5 seeded MIT who defeated Iona 12-11 in sudden death overtime, Harvard had a little bit of struggles against against Fordham but won 10-8. St. Francis then defeated Connecticut College 11-4.

What was left for those top four teams was seeding for Easterns, and the higher seeds advanced and moved on. In Brown's first game of the tournament they got past MIT 17-8 to advance to the title game, they will be facing St. Francis who escaped Harvard in a high scoring game, 17-14.

The title game and third-place game take place on Sunday morning, and the higher the seed is better, since the South division is extremely stacked.

Here is Sunday's schedule for all of the games:

Iona vs. Connecticut College, 9 a.m. ET

Harvard vs. MIT, 10:30 a.m. ET

Brown vs. St. Francis, 12 p.m. ET

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