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Sunday, September 15, 2013
ASHLAND — Carl Leist scored in the 89th minute off of a pass from Dionys Beck to cap a big comeback and lift the Maroons to a dramatic 5-4 victory over the Yellow Jackets.
Randolph-Macon (2-3) wasted little time in racing out to a 2-0 lead as Brock Barbeau and Jack Maxey scored in the first three minutes of the match.
Brian White scored the first of his two goals six minutes later to cut the lead to 2-1, only to watch Sam Bowen restore the two-goal Yellow Jacket lead two minutes later.
Roanoke (5-0) rall ied as White struck again in the 22nd minute to cut the lead to 3-2 going to half, then Frederick McNair tied the score at three nine minutes into the second half.
Randolph-Macon ret ook the lead in the 55th minute on a goal by Andrew Oakes. Roanoke’s Marc Dinkle tied the match at 4-4 three minutes later, setting the stage for Leist’s game-winner.
George Washington 4, VMI 0
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Tyler Ranalli recorded a hat trick and an assist as the Colonials scored two goals in each half en route to a victory over the Keydets.
George Washington (3-2) outshot the Keydets by a 14-4 margin.
VMI (0-4-1) goalkeeper Zach Kaplan made five saves.
No. 23 UMBC 4, Radford 1
RADFORD — Stephen Ho scored twice as the Retrievers scored three times in the second half to break open a 1-1 match and beat the Highlanders.
Ho tallied his first goal in the 19th minute. Radford’s Jamie Summers tied the score 90 seconds later.
UMBC (5-0) got goals from Ho, Oumar Ballo and Kadeem Dacres in the second half to salt the match away. Gaeton Caltabiano assisted on two of the second-half goals.
Radford (1-2-1) goalkeeper Dane Wilson made four saves.
Bridgewater 2, Southern Virginia 1
BUENA VISTA — Ben Lewis and Sawyer James each scored in the second half to break open a scoreless match and f end off a late comeback attempt as the Eagles defeated the Knights.
Bridgewater (3-3) outshot Southern Virginia (0-5) by a 16-2 margin but couldn’t break through Knights’ goalkeeper Scott Zaring until the 62nd minute, when Lewis scored off a rebounded shot from Max Chacon.
James added the eventual game-winner in the 87th minute with a shot from the top of the penalty area.
Declan Johnson trimmed the Bridgewater lead in half when he put home a cross from Kyle Tyree less than 30 seconds later, but Southern Virginia was unable to find the equalizing goal as regulation time ended.
Washington and Lee 4, Ferrum 0
FERRUM — Zach Colby scored twice to lead the Generals to a shutout victory over the Panthers.
Colby’s goals sandwiched tallies by Al Organ and Alex Zelinski on a penalty kick.
Ferrum (3-2) outshot Washington & Lee (2-0-3) by a 13-12 margin with Generals’ goalkeeper Albert Civitarese making eight saves to record the shutout.
Christopher Newport 2, Roanoke 0
Emma O’Reilly scored less than four minutes into the second half to give Christopher Newport (4-1-1) a 1-0 lead.
The Captains’ advantage doubled in the 71st minute as Lindsay Mondloch’s corner kick was headed home by Sam Rabinek.
Roanoke (2-2-1) was outshot 15-10, with Ashley Barnes, Kaitlyn Manning and Marlana Barnard taking three shots apiece.
Virginia Wesleyan 7, Hollins 0
Marta Deptula and Annie Hartman each scored twice as the Marlins defeated Hollins. Emily Sheridan, Sarah Nickle and Catherine Galway each added a goal for Virginia Wesleyan (4-1-1, 1-0).
Goalkeeper Megan McKee made 18 saves in net for Hollins (1-3, 0-1).
Washington & Lee 2, Eastern Mennonite 0
LEXINGTON — Katherine Rush and Tricia Jessee (Patrick Henry) scored goals less than three minutes apart in the first half to provide all the margin the Generals would need in shutting out the Royals.
Washington & Lee (4-1, 1-0) outshot Eastern Mennonite (4-1, 0-1) by a margin 7-1 with Generals’ goalkeeper Addie Healy recording the shutout.
No. 5 Virginia 2, Maine 0
BURLINGTON, VT. — Lucy Hyams put home a goal with 38 seconds left to give the Cavaliers the insurance goal they needed in a victory over the Black Bears to open up the Sheraton Catamount Classic.
Virginia (6-0) opened scoring less than two minutes into the game as a shot deflected off a Maine (2-4) defender for an own goal.
Jenny Johnstone made four saves to record the shutout.
York (Pa.) 5, Washington and Lee 2
YORK, Pa. — Kailey Brewer scored twice and added an assist as the Spartans got out to an early lead and made it stick in defeating the Generals.
Jillian Brezgel and Sydney LaMarsh scored in the first half to stake York (1-3) to an early 2-0 lead.
Iziar Moure scored for Washington & Lee (1-3) to cut the lead to 2-1 before Nancy Saylor and the first of Brewer’s goals increased the Spartan lead to 4-1.
Taylor Zusi scored with eight minutes left to make the score 4-2 before Brewer finished the scoring three minutes later.
Roanoke, Washington & Lee,
Ferrum open play at Tom Kinder Memorial
HARRISONBURG — Tyler Weeks and Matthew Dye of Bridgewater and Brian Burt of Hampden-Sydney each fired rounds of 1-under 71 to tie for the individual lead after the opening round of the Tom Kinder Memorial Tournament at Lakeview Golf Club.
Ferrum College’s Scott Obenshain is among the golfers tied for fourth, one shot back, while Alex Taylor and Andrew Butts of Roanoke College and Patrick Clossin of Washington & Lee are amongst those tied for eighth, two shots back.
Bridgewater leads the team competition at 7-over par 295, followed by Hampden-Sydney one shot back, Roanoke College six back and Washington & Lee seven behind going into to day’s final round.
Virginia Tech at
ATHENS — Virginia Tech sophomore Aaron Gomez defeated Peter Nagovnak of Winthrop 6-3, 6-3 and then defeated Richard Meade of Florida Atlantic 3-6, 7-5, 6-1 to advance to the Division II flight singles final.
Teammate Nic Wilson won his consolation match in the Division III flight by beating Ryan McMullan of Clemson, 6-0, 6-0.
Hokie Joao Monterio defeated Jeffery Offerdahl of Vanderbilt in a deciding tiebreak, 12-10.
Washington and Lee at
Mary Washington Kickoff Classic
FREDRICKSBURG — Jordan Krasner defeated Peter Hviid of N.C. Wesleyan 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 to finish 1-1 for the Generals.
Teammate Robert Conley defeated Eduardo Ugalde of N.C. Wesleyan 6-4, 6-2 to level his record at 1-1.
All four Washington and Lee doubles teams lost in first round action.
Washington and Lee at
Mary Washington Kickoff Classic
FREDRICKSBURG — Sonja Meighan won both of her matches and advances to the flight A finals today.
Meighan was part of a successful day for the Generals as freshman Brooke Donnelly won two matches to advance to the finals of the flight B competition to be played today.
Washington and Lee will also have players in the finals of the C and D finals to day as Generals Chelsea Mixson and Kelsey Vella both advanced.
VT women at
Liberty Fall Invite
LYNCHBURG — Rebecca Harris defeated Brooke Byrd of CNU 6-1, 6-1 and Mason Thomas of Longwood 7-5, 3-6, 1-0 (7) to finish 2-1 for the Hokies.
Harris lost to Sarah King of James Madison, 5-7, 6-1, 1-0 (4).
Teammate Laura Ramthun fell to Annisha Domenech of Liberty 4-6, 6-1, 1-0 (8), but rebounded to defeat Angela Stallman of CNU 6-3, 6-3.
Harris and Ramthun defeated Jordan Kerns and Charlotte Sand of West Virginia State in doubles play, 8-4.
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