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Sunday, September 29, 2013
Radford 0, East Tennessee State 0, 2OT
RADFORD -- The Highlanders outshot the Buccaneers 7-3 but neither team could break the deadlock as the game ended in a scoreless draw.
Dane Wilson made three saves in goal for Radford (3-3-2), while Ryan Coulter made seven saves in goal for East Tennessee State (2-3-3).
Ferrum 2, LaGrange 1, OT
LAGRANGE, GA -- Aaron Gustine headed home a free kick from Asa Fox just over two minutes into the first overtime period to lift Ferrum to victory over LaGrange.
Fox opened the scoring for Ferrum (7-4, 3-1) in the 34th minute off of an assist by Chris Benavides.
LaGrange (2-6-1, 0-2) tied the game in the 68th minute as Raymond Haas scored an unassisted goal.
Both teams were unable to find the game-winner in regulation. though Ferrum out-shot LaGrange by a 9-3.
Justin Robinson made two saves in goal for Ferrum.
No. 1 Virgnia 1, No. 22 Maryland 0
CHARLOTTESVILLE -- Brittany Ratcliffe tallied her seventh goal of the season just seconds before the end of the first half and the top-ranked Cavaliers made it stand as they won their 11th consecutive match by defeating the 22nd-ranked Terrapins.
Though Virginia (11-0, 5-0) controlled the majority of play in the first half, they couldn't break through until Ratcliffe's chip shot from outside the penalty area over Maryland (6-5, 2-3) goalkeeper Rachelle Beanlands.
Virginia kept the pressure up during the second half, but could not pad their lead. Morgan Stearns made three saves in net to record her fourth shutout of the season.
No. 16 Virginia Tech 1, Duke 1, 2OT
DURHAM, N.C. -- Ashley Meier netted her seventh goal of the season in the 67th minute, but the Blue Devils' Kelly Cobb answered with a goal seven minutes later to force an overtime draw with the Hokies.
Meier banged home a one-timer from inside the penalty area off of assists from Katie DeTuro and Kelsey Loupee.
Cobb's goal was from outside of the box assisted by Christina Gibbons and Laura Weinberg.
Virginia Tech (9-1-2, 4-1-1) goalkeeper Dayle Colpitts made three saves in the game while Duke (4-5-3, 1-3-2) goalie Ali Kershner also made three saves.
Ferrum 0, LaGrange 0, 2OT
LAGRANGE, GA -- LaGrange outshot Ferrum 7-5 but neither team was able to find the back of the net through regulation and two 10-minute overtime periods, resulting in a scoreless draw.
Annabelle Pivarnik led Ferrum (4-4-1, 1-2-1) with four shots on goal, while Brittany Gray led LaGrange (6-3-1, 2-1-1) with seven.
Caitlyn Deaton made seven saves for Ferrum in goal.
No. 4 Virginia 2, Liberty 0
LYNCHBURG -- Elly Buckley scored both goals for the Cavaliers as they recorded their second consecutive shutout in defeating the Flames.
Buckley tallied her first goal on a rebound off of Liberty (5-4) goalkeeper Ann Jefferis. Her second tally came from a penalty corner and the sticks of Lucy Hyams and Chloe Pendlebury.
Jenny Johnstone made one save to record the shutout for Virginia (11-1). Jefferis made 10 saves in net for Liberty.
FERRUM, WASHINGTON & LEE ADVANCE AT ITA SOUTHEAST REGIONAL
FREDERICKSBURG -- Washington & Lee doubles pair Taylor Shamshiri and Michael Holt upped their record to 4-0 as they recorded a pair of wins on Sunday at the USTA/ITA Southeast Regional hosted by Mary Washington University.
They opened with an 8-3 victory over Andrew Gear and Mark Hardesty of Johns Hopkins then followed up with a win over ninth-seeded Jack Kasbeer and Paul Okuda of Carnegie Mellon.
Thomas Johnson and Brian Krouskos fell in the round of 16 to Mike Buxbaum and Emerson Walsh of Johns Hopkins.
Both Holt and Shamshiri fell in the round of 16 singles competition.
Connor Moncure and Taylor Napier of Ferrum fell in the championship doubles draw to Alex Elbogen and Evan Lord of Ursinus. They will face Daniel Albers and Eric Spangler of Salisbury University in the consolation round.
HOKIES, HIGHLANDERS COMPLETE PLAY AT HOKIE FALL INVITE
BLACKSBURG -- Virginia Tech and Radford tennis players notched wins at the Hokie Fall Invitational held at the Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center.
Carol Kahoun and Raluca Mita of Virginia Tech defeated Karli Timko and Anne Gulsrud of Marshall in Flight A doubles 8-5 while Tech's Isel Martinez-Marcos and Tea Ivanovic lost a hard-fought match with Dana Oppinger and Rachael Morales of Marshall
Gisela Garcia of Radford took Laura Ramthun of Virginia Tech to three sets before succumbing in Flight B singles 3-6, 7-5, 0-1 (3).
Grace Sarver defeated Liberty's Cameron Richard 3-6, 6-3, 1-0(9-7) to win in Flight B singles. Gemma Valls and Taylor Newman combined for an 8-7 decision over Liberty's Brittany Yang and Mariely Hassey in Flight A doubles.
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