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Saturday, September 28, 2013
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Jordan Allen and Riggs Lennon each scored once for Virginia, which downed No. 24 Syracuse 2-0 in ACC men's soccer on Saturday.
Virginia (4-3-1, 1-2-1) outshot Syracuse (6-3-0, 1-3-0) and keeper Jeff Gal only needed one save to earn the shutout.
Winthrop 5, VMI 1
LEXINGTON - Max Hasenstab scored two goals and recorded one assist as the Eagles (7-0-1, 1-0-0 Big South) rolled the Keydets (1-6-1, 1-2-0).
Teammate Mason Lacallet scored one, Adriano Negri scored once, and Achille Obougou added another for Winthrop.
Aaron White scored the lone VMI goal and keeper Daniel Kitchen finished with four saves.
Ferrum 2, Huntingdon 1, OT
MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Asa Fox scored in the 99th minute to send the Panthers (6-4, 2-1-0 USA South) past the Hawks (2-4-2, 0-1-0).
Teammate Eddy Funes tied the game in the 24th minute with an unassisted finish into the back of the net.
Brendon Van Emelen scored in the 7th minute for Huntingdon.
Washington and Lee 4, Lynchburg 2
LYNCHBURG - Zach Colby scored two goals as the Generals (4-0-4, 2-0-1) rolled the Hornets (3-4-1, 1-1-0).
Parker Wolfinger and Ted Hurst each scored for Washington and Lee.
The Generals led 3-0 at half.
Southern Virginia 1, Penn State-Harrisburg 1
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. - Sam Bunnell scored an unassisted goal in the 12th minute as the Knights (0-8-1) and the Lions (3-4-1) drew.
Bunnell scored his goal by finishing a deflected shot off the bar of the goalpost.
Radford 2, Charleston Southern 1
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Kara Wade scored in the 51st minute as the Highlanders (6-1-1, 2-0-0 Big South) overcame the Buccaneers (3-6-1, 0-2-0).
Sydney Golden scored in the 30th minute to equalize as Radford Coach Ben Sohrabi recorded his 200th career win.
Shenandoah 1, Roanoke 0, OT
Courtney Stull scored in overtime for the Hornets (5-4-1, 3-0-1 ODAC), who beat the host Maroons (2-6-1, 0-3-0).
Jennifer Nguyen recorded the assist on the lone goal.
Washington and Lee 1, VA Wesleyan 0, OT
VIRGINIA BEACH - Holley Beasley netted a goal in overtime to lift the Generals (8-1, 4-0) past the Marlins (6-2-2, 3-1-0).
Beasley scored on a breakaway that soared past goalie Megan Gerhart who recorded three saves in the game.
The Marlins and Generals each had 11 shots in the game and one shot in the second overtime.
Eastern Mennonite 5, Hollins 1
Elisa Ott recorded a hat trick for the Royals (7-2, 2-1 ODAC) as the rolled Hollins (2-6, 1-3).
Teammate Morgan Hill scored an unassisted goal in the 84th minute and Kendall Moyer opened the scoring with a 15th minute goal.
Becca Logan scored for Hollins in the 52nd minute.
Ferrum 1, Huntingdon 0
MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Morgan Funck finished an Antionette Roland pass in the 62nd minute with a goal as the Panthers (4-4, 1-2 USA South) defeated the Hawks (3-4, 1-2).
The Ferrum defense played well as goalie Caitlyn Deaton only needed one save to earn the shutout.
Southern Virginia 7, Penn State-Harrisburg 0
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. - Tatiana Monsen scored three goals to lead the Knights (3-5) past the Lions (5-4).
Lora Palmer scored twice for Southern Virginia, and teammates Reilly Anderson and Bryndel Lytle each scored once.
Radford 3, Appalachian State 1
RADFORD - Sydney Myrdal scored in the sixth minute to open up the scoring as the Highlanders (3-6) defeated the Mountaineers (2-6).
Stacey Mackintosh scored in the 15th minute for Radford and teammate Meghan Simga scored in the 55th minute.
Casten Farr scored for Appalachian State.
Roanoke 1, Virginia Wesleyan 0, OT
Shelbi Holloman knocked in a Isabella Lucia cross the lead the Maroons (2-5, 1-0) past the Marlins (5-2, 1-1).
Holloman scored the only goal of the game 1:19 into the overtime period.
Roanoke outshot Virginia Wesleyan 17-9.
Kean 2, Washington and Lee 1
UNION, N.J. - Julie Knodt recorded two goals as the Cougars (10-1) defeated the Generals (1-9).
Stephanie Soares recorded both assists for Kean.
Sydney Tomaso scored the lone goal for W&L in the 23rd minute.
EARLYSVILLE - The Virginia women's cross country team won the Virginia/Panorama Invitational as Cav Barbara Strehler finished the 5K in 16:32.70.
Strehler placed second overall as teammate Maria Hauger finished sixth with a time of 17:00.80.
Elaina Balouris of William and Mary won the women's competition with a time of 16:31.80. Tribe teammate Emily Stiles finished third with a time of 16:34.08.
Virginia Tech's Leoule Degfae finished second overall in the Men's 8K race with a time of 23:50.20. The Hokies team finished seventh.
The Cavalier men's team finished third overall, with Kyle King leading the way with a 10th place finish and a time of 24:03.40.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Ryan Farnan finished seventh overall in the gold race with a time of 25:27.4 to lead the Highlanders in the Charlotte Invitational.
The Radford men's team finished 12th overall while the women's team finished 10th. Teresa Williamson crossed the line in 21:57 to finish 15th for the Highlanders in the 6K run.
Keydet Freshman Avery Martin finished 11th with a time of 25:33.2 in the 8K Gold race as VMI finished 4th in the gold team standings.
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