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Thursday, October 3, 2013
BLACKSBURG - Everybody is talking about the defense of Virginia Tech's football team these days. Well, the surging Tech women's soccer team continues to lock down opponents, too.
The 12th-ranked Hokies (10-1-2) recorded their sixth shutout of the season Friday night at Thompson Field, nipping Clemson 1-0 in overtime.
Midfielder Katie Yensen provided the game's only goal off an assist from Taylor Antolino at the 44-second mark of OT. Clemson fell to 6-3-3 overall and 3-2-1 in ACC play.
Tech, whose only loss came 1-0 to North Carolina in Blacksburg on Sept. 12, outshot Clemson 14-5, including a 4-2 edge in shots on goal.
Senior Dayle Colpitts, benefitting from strong support by her back line of defenders, continues to be one of the nation's stingiest netminders. In 1,182 minutes this season, the Canadian owns a miniscule goals-against average of 0.61.
Three UVa players lose in California
PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. - Virginia's Julia Elbaba, who advanced to the singles final last season as a freshmen, and the Cavaliers' doubles tandem of Li Xi and Stephanie Nauta all were eliminated from the main draw Friday at the 2013 Riviera/ITA All-American Championships at the Riviera Tennis Club.
Elbaba lost 6-3, 7-6(4) to Auburn's Pleun Burgmans in the round of 32. Xi and Nauta were eliminated 8-7(2) by Duke's Ester Goldfeld and Annie Mulholland in the round of 32. All dropped to today's consolation bracket.
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