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Saturday, October 12, 2013
BLACKSBURG - Notre Dame's Harrison Shipp dribbled the ball through the middle and beat Hokies goalkeeper Kyle Renfro on a shot to the bottom right side of the net for the decisive score with only 43 seconds left in regulation to lift No. 2
Notre Dame to a 1-0 victory over Virginia Tech in an ACC match Friday night.
The last-second loss dimmed the evening for a crowd of 2,237 fans at Thompson Field.
The Irish (10-3-1, 6-2-1) controlled play most of the night against the Hokies (3-4-4, 1-2-4). The visitors outshot Tech 23-13, including a decisive 9-1 edge in shots on goal.
Virginia 3, Maryland 3, 2OT
CHARLOTTESVILLE - After each team erupted for three goals in the game's first 26:41, the Cavaliers and Terrapins never found the net again in the ACC tie.
Patrick Mullins had two goals for No. 5 Maryland (5-2-4, 4-0-2). Matt Brown supplied the game-tying goal for UVa (6-3-3, 2-2-3), which led 2-1 early in the final regular-season matchup between the two teams before Maryland leaves for the Big Ten.
Coastal Carolina 2, VMI 0
CONWAY, S.C. - Ricky Garbanzo and Kevin Le Bras scored goals in a 1:59 span early in the first half to lift the 13th-ranked Chanticleers past the Keydets in a Big South match.
Coastal Carolina (9-2, 4-0) outshot the Keydets (1-9-1, 1-4) by an overwhelming 34-4 margin.
Ferrum 10, Fisher (Mass.) College 1
FERRUM - The Panthers enjoyed an offensive feast, getting goals from 10 different players in the nonconference romp over Fisher (3-7).
Asa Fox, one of the goal-scorers, had two assists for Ferrum (10-5), which led 8-1 at halftime.
Charleston Southern 2, VMI 1
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Toni Lashley and Allison Lewis scored first-half goals as the Buccaneers (5-8-1, 2-4) downed the Keydets in a Big South contest.
VMI (3-10, 1-5) scored its only goal when Nicole Blixt's shot trickled in the net as time expired.
Ferrum 3, Mary Baldwin 0
STAUNTON - Morgan Funck had a pair of goals and an assist to lead the Panthers to the USA South Athletic Conference triumph over the Squirrels (5-7, 0-7).
Funck leads Ferrum (6-5-1, 3-3-1) in goals (13) and points (29).
So. Virginia 7, Fisher (Mass.) College 0
BUENA VISTA - Forward Lora Palmer registered a hat trick in a tidy 5:08 span early in the first half and later added a fourth goal to propel the Knights.
Tatiana Monsen added a pair of goals for Southern Virginia (4-6-1).
Vincent, Tech stand 2nd
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - Junior Scott Vincent, who is ranked eighth in the nation in the latest Golfweek/Sagarin ratings, fired a 5-under-par 67 as the Hokies sit second behind host East Tennessee State in the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at Blackthorn Club.
The surging Vincent trails only ETSU's Rhys Pugh, who opened with a 66. Tech stands seven shots behind ETSU in the team chase.
UVa 16th at Tar Heel Invitational
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - The Cavaliers stand 16th following the first round of the three-day tournament, trailing leader Vanderbilt by 16 shots.
Virginia, which shot 13-over 301, was led by Portland Rosen (70), who is tied for fifth individually behind leader Antonia Scherer (67) in the three-day event.
Virginia 1, Boston College 0
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Kelsey LeBlanc scored on an 88-foot blast in the second overtime to lift the fifth-ranked Cavaliers past No. 6 Boston College in an ACC game.
It was the seventh win in eight games for UVa (14-2, 2-2). BC fell to 10-3, 1-2.
Bridgewater 3, Roanoke 2, OT
Rachel Loy scored on a rebound goal following a strong save by Roanoke goalkeeper Candice Fisher in overtime to lift the visting Eagles (8-3, 2-1) to the ODAC triumph.
Roanoke (2-9, 1-3) had forced OT on Taylor Prillaman's laser blast nearing the end of regulation. Shelbi Holloman notched the other Maroons goal.
W&L duo takes second
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Junior Sonja Meighan and Patricia Kirkland teamed up to take second place in doubles play at the ITA National Small College Championships.
Meighan and Kirkland defeated Michelle Satterfield and Rebecca Siegler from Emory, 6-2, 6-2 in the semifinals before losing in the championship match to Kara Shoemaker and Rebecca Curran of Williams, 7-6, 6-4.
In singles, Meighan whipped Sofia Vega from Texas Lutheran, 6-2, 6-2 in the semifinal round to move to today's title match.
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