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Wednesday, April 17, 2013
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Jared King delivered a two-out double in the 10th inning to plate Branden Cogswell, giving No. 7 Virginia a 10-9 win over Old Dominion.
Old Dominion (18-18) led 8-4 in the seventh inning, but Mike Papi hit a grand slam for Virginia (32-6) to tie the game. The teams traded runs in the eight inning, but neither team could win it in regulation.
In the tenth, Cogswell doubled with two outs to extend the inning. King took the first pitch from Brad Gero to right field to bring in Cogswell.
ODU's Ben Verlander and Ben Slaton had two RBIs each.
Kyle Crockett pitched 2 2/3 innings for the win. Gero gave up four hits in three innings for the loss.
VCU 5, VMI 4 (11 inn.)
RICHMOND - Jo Weymouth singled to bring in Joey Cujas in the bottom of the 11th inning and give VCU the win.
Vim Machin led the Rams (17-18) with two RBIs on two hits and Cujas had five hits on the night. Rob Dickinson drove in a run and scored once for VMI (18-22). Jordan Storey earned the win in 2-3 of an inning of relief. Reed Garrett was tagged with the loss for VMI.
Emory & Henry 5, Ferrum 4
PULASKI - Bransen Christopher's two-run single in the seventh inning gave Emory and Henry the edge over Ferrum at Calfee Park.
Wes Walker and Teddy Turner drove in two runs each for the Panthers (12-22), who led 4-2 after two innings. Brogan Hoover had three hits for Emory and Henry (9-25).
Will Dingus earned the win for E&H, striking out four and giving up three hits over four innings. Chris Walker gave up two runs on two hits in three innings of relief for the loss.
Eastern Mennonite 12, So. Virginia 5
COVINGTON -Adam Posey's four-RBI day led Eastern Mennonite to a win over Southern Virginia.
Three other players added two RBIs each for the Royals (15-21). Tyler Cox and Robert Key had two RBIs each for the Knights (18-14).
Ryan Tierney gave up three runs on seven hits and three walks over eight innings for the win. Mitchell Mantle allowed seven runs on 10 hits in 4 1-3 innings for the loss.
JMU 8, Radford 6
RADFORD - Colby Roberts hit a three-RBI double in the ninth to give the Dukes a victory over the Highlanders on Tuesday night.
JMU (15-20) snapped an 11-game losing streak. Radford (20-15) suffered its fourth straight loss.
Roberts had four hits, including two solo homers. James River graduate Tyler Duke also hit a solo homer for JMU.
Patrick Marshall had two hits and two RBIs for Radford.
Longwood takes two from Tech
BLACKSBURG - Longwood took a pair of wins from Virginia Tech, winning 6-5 in eight innings and 5-4 in game two.
Jamie Barbour scored on an RBI-single by Kori Nishitomi in the top of the eighth inning to give Longwood the edge in game one. Megan Baltzell hit a pair of solo home runs for the Lancers and Carly Adams added a two-run double in the first inning. Amanda Ake led the Hokies with two RBIs on a single in the first inning.
Brooke Short earned the win with three hits over three innings. Maggie Tyler gave up two runs over 5 2/3 innings for the loss.
Baltzell hit a two-run homer in the second game for Longwood (33-11). Kat Banks scored twice for Tech (27-12).
Libby Morris went four innings in relief for the win, giving up three hits. Bailey Liddle gave up five runs on seven hits in the loss.
Charlotte edges Radford twice
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Charlotte took a pair of close games from Radford in non-conference action, winning 1-0 and 5-4
Chelsea Stamey's RBI-double to score Courtney Carroll in the second inning was all Charlotte needed in game one.
Katie Watkins struck out six and gave up five hits in the win. Jackie Jenkins gave up five hits and five walks in the loss.
Stamey scored on an error in the fourth inning to provide the winning run for Charlotte (18-22) in game two. Becky Mantel hit a two-run home run for Radford (16-25).
Kalie Lang earned the win, giving up four runs on eight hits. Allie Reid gave up three runs on five hits over three innings in the loss.
Roanoke 16, Guilford 5
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Tyler Cockey's three goals helped Roanoke stay undefeated in ODAC play.
Will Pilat (Hidden Valley), Conner DuBois and Will Carter scored twice each for the Maroons (12-3, 8-0). Seven other players added one goal each for Roanoke, which held a 57-35 advantage in shots.
Five different players scored for Guilford (7-7, 2-5).
Charles Pease made eight saves in net for Roanoke.
Virginia 10, Virginia Tech 5
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Ten different players registered a goal each as No. 16 Virginia downed rival Virginia Tech on senior night.
The Cavaliers (8-8, 1-4) built a 6-1 lead at the half and out-shot the Hokies (8-6, 0-4) by a 23-13 margin.
Jack Boissonneault led Tech with two goals.
Virginia's Kim Kolarik had five saves. Tech's Alex Gale had six.
Guilford 19, Roanoke 15
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Lily Colley's seven goals and two assists helped Guilford earn a close win over Roanoke.
Roanoke (8-6, 7-1) held a 9-8 lead at the half, but Guilford (13-1, 8-0) scored four straight in the second half to take the lead.
Guilford's Eleanora Keene and E'leyna Garcia had five goals each.
Jamie Golden and Darragh Evarts scored four goals each to lead the Maroons. Allison Bonanno added three goals and a pair of assists for Roanoke, which was out-shot 37-30.
Guilford's Liza Mettler made 10 saves. Lauren Curtin made four saves for Roanoke.
Washington and Lee 9, Bridgewater 7
LEXINGTON - Emily Conway's four goals lifted Washington and Lee over Bridgewater in ODAC play.
Conway opened the scoring and then put W&L (6-8, 6-2) up 8-4 with back-to-back goals. Margaret Klein added three goals, while Carly Taglienti and Meade Brewster added one each for the Generals.
Carli Bafford led Bridgewater (5-10, 3-6) with four goals and Taylor Chamberlain added two.
W&L out-shot Bridgewater 27-14 and had a 6-3 lead at the half.
Cara Mulligan stopped four shots for W&L. Laura Reynolds made 12 saves for Bridgewater.
Radford 4, Presbyterian 2
ROCK HILL, S.C. - The seventh-seeded Highlanders beat the 10th-seeded Blue Hose (7-17) in the first round of the Big South tournament.
Radford (7-15) faces second-seeded Charleston Southern in today's quarterfinals.
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