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Sunday, September 8, 2013
LYNCHBURG - Robbie Lentine and Tyler Carbaugh both found the back of the net as the Roanoke College men's soccer team stayed unbeaten for the season as they beat the Saints 2-0 in the first game of the Lynchburg Invitational.
Patrick Bain and Mark Dinkel recorded assists for the Maroons (3-0).
Goalkeeper Will Dooley made one save in recording the shutout. Marymount (0-3) was outshot by a 21-4 margin.
Washington & Lee 1, Catholic 1
LEXINGTON - Patrick Barry gave the Generals a 1-0 lead in the 42nd minute, but Nico Bartolomeo tied the game in the 76th minute and the game ended in a draw after two overtime periods.
Albert Civitarese made seven saves in net for Washington & Lee (1-0-3). Torsten Meuschke made five saves for Catholic (2-1-1).
Concord 3, Ferrum 0
ATHENS, W.Va - Ryan Forde scored two goals and Patrick Ebbs added another as the Mountain Lions defeated the Panthers.
Concord (1-0) goalie Mitchell Thompson stopped all six Ferrum (2-1) shots.
Randolph 8, Southern Virginia 0
LYNCHBURG - John Adams and Grant Collier found the back of the net twice as the Wildcats easily put away the Knights.
Corey Sindle, Julian Khalili, Brian Anderson and Nick Cornell all scored goals for Randolph (3-1-1).
Southern Virginia (0-3) goalkeeper Scott Zaring made 13 saves.
Virginia Tech 2, Charlotte 0
BLACKSBURG - Dayle Colpitts recorded her 20th career shutout in goal and Murielle Tiernan scored her fourth goal of the young season as the Hokies defeated the 49ers Friday evening.
Virginia Tech (4-0-1) took a 1-0 lead at the 30-minute mark on an own goal as Jazmine Reeves' cross in the penalty area deflected in the goal off a group of Charlotte defenders. Tiernan's header off of a corner kick in the 53rd minute provided the final margin.
Hollins 4, Warren Wilson 2
ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Becca Logan recorded a hat trick and Ashton Holliday's insurance goal in the 76th minute gave Hollins a victory over the Owls.
Dani Franklin notched three assists for Hollins (1-1), while Bianca Canizio scored both goals for Warren Wilson (1-2).
Eastern Mennonite 2, Ferrum 0
HARRISONBURG - Cayla Garner scored in the 17th minute and Emma Beachy tallied in the 56th minute as the Royals shut out the Panthers.
Eastern Mennonite (3-0) goalkeeper Becca Borg made three saves in recording the shutout while Ferrum (2-2) goalie Meghan Glover made two saves.
Rowan 2, Washington & Lee 0
FREDERICKSBURG - Dayna Sakalsky scored both goals for the Profs as they handed the Generals a loss in their first game of the season at the Mary Washington tournament.
Washington & Lee outshot Rowan by a 17-9 margin but Rowan goalkeeper Carleigh Trevino stopped them all to notch the shutout.
Radford 3, Saint Louis 0
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Marianna Parker scored twice and goalkeeper Jillian Lates made five saves to record the shutout as the Highlanders defeated the Billikens at the Indiana University Field Hockey Complex.
Sydney Myrdal also tallied for Radford (1-2).
Saint Louis (0-4) only managed five shots on goal compared to 13 for Radford.
Sewanee 4, Roanoke College 3
DANVILLE, KY. - Carrie Anderson scored two goals in the last 10 minutes to lift the Tigers to a comeback victory over the Maroons.
Shelbi Holloman, Emily McQueen and Isabella Lucia recorded goals for Roanoke (1-2), which was outshot by Sewanee (2-1) by a margin of 31-20.
York (Pa.) 5, Washington & Lee 2
YORK, Pa. - Kailey Brewer recorded two goals and an assist as the host Spartans defeated the Generals.
Iziar Moure and Taylor Zusi recorded goals for Washington & Lee (1-3).
Jillian Brezgel, Sydney LaMarsh and Nancy Saylor each added goals for York (1-3).
Generals win W&L Invitational;
Southern Virginia 4th
LEXINGTON - The Generals placed three runners in the top seven places en route to winning the team competition. Southern Virginia placed fourth out of seven teams.
The individual competition was won by Ryan Gehman of Eastern Mennonite with a time 28 minutes, 22.80 seconds. He was followed by Mac Strehler (28:40) and Kane Thomas (28:45.1) of Washington & Lee and Patrick Gonzales of Southern Virginia (28:58.2).
Virginia in third at Northern Intercollegiate
SUGAR GROVE, Ill. - Virginia shot the best team round of the day, a 3-over 291, to propel the Cavaliers into third place going into the final round of the Northern Intercollegiate at Rich Harvest Farms.
Virginia's Denny McCarthy, last year's individual champion, sits five shots back of overall leader Roman Robledo of Houston, after ending the second round at 1-under par 143.
Jimmy Stanger dropped to a tie for 10th place after concluding his second round at 2-over par 144.
Highlanders in sixth at Bucknell Invitational
LEWISBURG, Pa. - Radford carded a second-day score of 323 to place sixth after the second round of the Bucknell Invitational at Bucknell Golf Club.
The Highlanders trail first place William & Mary by 23 shots.
Alexandra Austin and Kirsty Condon are tied for 11th place at 16-over par 156, eight shots behind the leaders.
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