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    First Round Team Player University/Jr A Club Edmonton (from MIN) Ben McIntosh Drexel University Rochester (from VAN) Jeremy Noble University of Denver Minnesota (from NE via EDM) Miles Thompson University at Albany Colorado Eli McLaughlin Coquitlam Minnesota (from BUF) Shane MacDonald Brampton New England (from TOR via CGY) Mark Cockerton University of Virginia Colorado (from EDM) Robert Hope Pfeiffer University New England (from CGY) Quinn Powless Six Nations Buffalo (from ROC via VAN) Brandon Goodwin Adelphi University Second Round Team Player University/Jr A Club Minnesota Joe Maracle Six Nations New England (from VAN via ROC) Rodd Squire Six Nations Vancouver (from NE via BUF) Conrad Chapman Nanaimo Edmonton (from COL) Adam Shute New England College Buffalo Matthew Bennett Brampton New England (from TOR) Matt Crough Dowling College Calgary (from EDM via BUF via COL) Tyson Roe Concordia U. Wisconsin New England (from CGY via TOR) Alex Buque American International College Buffalo (from ROC via NE) Tyler Ferreira Dowling College Edmonton (Compensatory) Tyler Melnyk Marquette University Third Round Team Player University/Jr A Club New England (from MIN) Josh Johnson Six Nations Vancouver Brandon Clelland Orangeville New England Sheldon Burns Dowling College Vancouver (from COL via ROC) Dan Keane University of Delaware Buffalo Jordan Dance Orangeville Vancouver (from TOR) Jakob Doucet New Westminster New England (from EDM via CGY) Ty Thompson University at Albany Rochester (from CGY via NE) Brier Jonathan Six Nations New England (from ROC) Connor Campbell Brampton Fourth Round Team Player University/Jr A Club Minnesota Eric Guiltinan Brampton Vancouver Matt Delmonico Seton Hill New England Mike Mawdsley Sacred Heart U. Colorado Zach Rogers Providence College Toronto (from BUF) Brandon Benn Johns Hopkins New England (from TOR) Jayson Crawford Halton Hills Edmonton (from EDM via MIN) Matt MacGrotty Bryant University Calgary Pat Henry Calgary Mountaineers Rochester Ian Martin Six Nations Fifth Round Team Player University/Jr A Club Minnesota Pat Miles New England College Vancouver DJ Saari Coquitlam Minnesota (from NE) Paxton Leroux Peterborough Colorado DJ Giacobbo Canisius College Colorado (from BUF) Terry Ellis University at Denver Toronto Jordan Robertson Whitby Edmonton Chad Mitchell Bellarmine University Calgary Cam Gardner Bellarmine University Rochester Anthony Patterson Six Nations Sixth Round Team Player University/Jr A Club Edmonton (from MIN) Mitch McAvoy Mercyhurst University Vancouver Steve Ferdinandi New Westminster Buffalo (from NE) Mike Melnychenko Chestnut Hill Colorado Mike Crampton U.S. Air Force Academy Toronto (from BUF) Brady Haseltine Mercyhurst University Toronto Darryl Robertson Whitby Edmonton Mike Digeralmo Edmonton Outlaws Calgary Andrew Smistad Marquette University Rochester Zach Williams Six Nations Rebels Kolten Wong Jersey . 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LONDON -- Canadas Eugenie Bouchard advanced to the quarter-finals of Wimbledon on Monday after defeating Frances Alize Cornet 7-6 (5), 7-5. Bouchard, the No. 13 seed from Westmount, Que., continued her romp through the 2014 Grand Slam draws after breakthrough semifinals at the Australian Open and French Open. The 2012 junior Wimbledon winner will next play the winner of a match between fifth seed Maria Sharapova and ninth seed Angelique Kerber of Germany. Sharapova defeated Bouchard in the French Open semifinal before going on to win the tournament. Bouchard won the last four games of the Centre Court match which was interrupted for less than an hour by rain, with the moveable roof being closed. The 20-year-old Canadian made the most of her return after trailing 3-2 in the first set, improving her Grand Slam record to 14-2. "Im really proud of how I fought," Bouchard said. "It was not an easy match. Shes a good player and gets a lot of balls back. "I tried to finish off the points, which I manaaged.ddddddddddddIt was my first time under the famous roof. Its quite humid, not a lot of air circulating. "Conditions were tough but they were the same for both of us." Bouchard won the opening set after nearly an hour of play with a backhand winner in the tiebreaker. She went down 4-2 and later 5-3 in the second set, but calmly levelled for 5-all, breaking when Cornet fired a forehand wide. Bouchard held serve to go up 6-5 and won the tight concluding game with another break of Cornet, advancing on the first match point when Cornet hit her forehand long. "Im very excited, but I need to stay focused," Bouchard said. "it can only be one march at a time. I need to keep from being distracted. "This what Ive world so hard for. I want to take another step, I want to keep going." Mens eighth seed Milos Raonic, Thornhill, Ont, will play for the quarter-finals on Tuesday against Japans 10th seed Kei Nishikori, who defeated Simone Bolelli of 3-6, 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 (4), 6-4. ' ' '