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Monday, September 9, 2013
LYNCHBURG - Robbie Lentine scored 11 seconds into the second overtime and Roanoke College's men's soccer team improved to 4-0 by downing John Carroll 3-2 in a game played at Lynchburg College on Sunday.
The Maroons, who are off to their best start since 2010, also got goals from Orestis Ilias and Mark Dinkel in the first half.
Michael Perry made five saves for Roanoke, which outshot the Blue Streak 20-14.
Virginia Tech 3, James Madison 1
HARRISONBURG - Ashley Meier's two goals sparked a second half comeback as the Hokies (5-0-1) rallied from a 1-0 deficit to stay unbeaten.
Murielle Tiernan also scored for Tech. Dayle Colpits made one save.
Tech outshot JMU (3-3) 19-7.
Virginia 3, Seton Hall 0
CHARLOTTESVILLE - The sixth-ranked Cavaliers (6-0) completed a perfect nonconference slate by winning the Virginia Nike Soccer Classic title at Klockner Stadium.
Morgan Brian had two goals and an assist for UVa, and Makenzy Doniak also scored. The Cavs outshot Seton Hall 36-3.
VMI 2, Delaware State 0
LEXINGTON - Kristen Whitehurst scored one goal in each half to lead the Keydets (2-3) to their second straight win by downing Delaware State (0-4).
Emily Marbury made four saves for VMI.
Roanoke 0, Franklin & Marshall 0
LANCASTER, Pa. - Carolyn Sarbacher made six saves as the Maroons (2-1-1) tied the Diplomats (2-0-1).
William Peace 2, Hollins 1
RALEIGH, N.C. - Mercedez Sanderson scored twice in the first half and the Pacers (1-2-1) held on to beat Hollins (1-2), which got a second-half goal from Maran O'Neill.
Washington & Lee 2, Mary Washington 1
FREDERICKSBURG - Katie Rossi scored the game-winner in the 77th minute for the Generals (3-1).
Haley Ward converted a penalty kick in the first half for W&L, and Addie Healy made five saves.
Virginia 5, Old Dominion 3
NORFOLK - Caleigh Foust scored three goals and Elly Buckley scored twice for the seventh-ranked Cavaliers (4-0). With the win over No. 8 ODU, UVa has now beaten two top-10 teams this season.
Indiana 3, Radford 0
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Hoosiers (2-2) scored all three goals in the first half to down the Highlanders (1-2).
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