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Sunday, September 15, 2013
BLACKSBURG - Jazmine Reeves scored two breakaway goals to lead the 22nd-ranked Virginia Tech women's soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Syracuse (4-4, 0-2 ACC) in an conference matchup Sunday.
Kelsey Loupee scored the other goal for the Hokies (6-1-1, 1-1).
St. Peter's 2, VMI 0
JERSEY CITY, N.J. - Maggie Neiswanger and Ashley Drozd each scored once for the Peacocks (1-4) as they defeated the Keydets (2-5).
VMI was outshot 23-4 and recorded no shots in the first half.
Virginia 7, Vermont 0
BURLINGTON, Vt. - Riley Tata and Elly Buckley each recorded two goals as the undefeated and fifth-ranked Cavaliers (7-0) shut out the Catamounts. Lucy Hyams, Kelsey LeBlanc and Taylor Brown scored for Virginia .
North Carolina 8, Radford 1
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Top-ranked North Carolina (6-0) recorded goals from six different players as the Tar Heels stomped the Highlanders (1-4).Camaron Watkins scored Radford's goal in the 60th minute of play.
Mary Washington 1, Roanoke 0
Jenna Steele scored the only goal of the game in the 37th minute as the Eagles (7-0) defeated the Maroons (1-3).
Freshman Shelbi Holloman recorded two shots on goal for Roanoke. Candice Fisher recorded 13 saves for the Maroons.
Hokies 4th at Golfweek Challenge
BURLINGTON, Iowa - Virginia Tech sits in fourth place with a team score of 292 after the opening round of the Golfweek Conference Challenge.
Hokie Trevor Cone shot an even-par 72 and is three shots behind leader Tyler Merkel of Ball State. Teammates Maclain Huge and Scott Vincent are tied or 18th after each shooting 73.
Tom Kinder Memorial
HARRISONBURG - Bridgewater's Matt Dye finished at an even 72 and was the medalist at the Tom Kinder Memorial Golf Tournament.
Hampden-Sydney claimed the team title behind Brian Burts' fifth place finish at three over par. The Tigers finished 13 over par. Second place went to Bridgewater, while Washington and Lee and Roanoke rounded out the top four.
Radford sixth at William & Mary
WILLIAMSBURG - Radford's Alexandra Austin and Hayley Hammond both shot a 75 and are tied for 9th place overall at the William and Mary Invitational.
In team play, the Highlanders sit in sixth place as freshman Olivia Jay shot 81 and Kristy Condon and Paige Reese each carded an 84.
Radford at Fab Four Invitational
DURHAM, N.C. - Radford's Nicholas Sayer defeated Scott Haung of William and Mary, 6-1, 6-2 to claim third place at the Duke Fab Four Invitational at Cary Tennis Park.
Sayer tallied his 73rd singles win at Radford and is tied with Mehdi Benhammou for sixth all time.
Patrick O'Keefe (Salem) fell to Ignacio Gonzalez-Muniz of South Florida, 6-3, 6-3 in the third place match.
Washington & Lee at Mary Washington
FREDRICKSBURG - W&L's Michael Holt defeated Evan Charles of Mary Washington, 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 and teammate Thomas Johnson defeated Panayot Kusidi of N.C. Wesleyan 6-3, 6-4 at the Mary Washington Kickoff on Sunday.
Holt teamed with Taylor Shamshiri to win two doubles matches on Sunday and three for the tournament.
Washington & Lee at Mary Washington
FREDRICKSBURG - Sonja Meighan defeated Brittany Pilkington of George Mason to claim first place in flight A singles for the Generals at the Mary Washington Kickoff.
Washington and Lee also claimed first in flight B singles with Brooke Donnelly defeating Marijke Boers of Mason.
Washington and Lee's Meghan Buell and Chelsea Mixson of beat teammates Sonja Meighan and Patrica Kirkland for doubles championship.
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