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Sunday, October 13, 2013
In the sudden-death overtime period, Will Wolf scored on a free kick past keeper Will Dooley, pushing the undefeated and 25th-ranked Randolph men's soccer team past 23rd-ranked Roanoke on Saturday.
Wildcat John Vecchietti scored in the 23rd minute off a Corey Sindle pass to open the scoring.
Patrick Bain of Roanoke (9-2-1, 5-1-1) responded with a 30th minute unassisted goal after a yellow card on Wildcat Coulton Watson.
The loss is Roanoke's first in ODAC play and will likely end the Maroons' run in the top 25. Randolph bettered its record to 11-0-1 overall, and 6-0-0 in the ODAC.
Radford 1, Campbell 1
BUIES CREEK, N.C. - Bernado Ulmo scored in the 51st minute as the Highlanders (4-4-3) and Camels (2-6-3) fought to a draw.
Jhuvon Francis equalized in the 60th minute for Campbell.
Salisbury 3, Southern Virginia 0
BUENA VISTA - Tanner East finished a pass from Elliott Crompton as the Seagulls (11-2) defeated the Knights (0-12-1).
Stephan Norman and Nathan Mattola recorded the other Salisbury goals as keeper Drew Staedeli only needed one save to earn the shutout.
Scott Zaring finished with 13 saves for Southern Virginia.
Radford 4, UNC Asheville 0
RADFORD - Britney Kendall and Kara Wade each scored in the 35th minute as the Highlanders (10-1-1) defeated the Bulldogs (5-8-1).
Julie Ruh'e and Sahar Aflaki each scored for Radford.
The Highlanders outshot the Camels 15-2.
Roanoke 2, Virginia Wesleyan 0
Abbe Guarino scored off a deflected save in the first half as the Maroons (6-6-1, 4-3-0) defeated the Marlins (7-4-2, 4-3-0).
Ashley Barnes headed in a corner-kick from Lauren O'Brien in the second half.
Carolyn Sarbarcher had seven saves for the Maroons, who extended their winning streak to four games with the ODAC victory.
Hollins 2, Randolph 0
Becca Logan scored a pair of first-half goals as Hollins (4-7, 3-4) blanked Randolph (3-10, 1-7).
Morgan Wood and Ashton Holliday had an assist each and Megan McKee made nine saves in the shutout.
Salisbury 2, Southern Virginia 0
BUENA VISTA - Kandice Racine and Samantha Beck scored a goal each late in the second half as Salisbury (7-4-1) blanked Southern Virginia (3-7-1).
Liberty 2, Radford 1
RADFORD - Natalie Barr scored with 7:55 on the clock as the Flames (8-4,3-0) defeated the Highlanders (4-10, 2-2).
Liberty tied the score in the first half on Erin Dombach's backhand goal and outshot Radford 7-3.
Marianna Parker scored on the first shot of the game for the Highlanders.
Rhodes 3, W&L 2
LEXINGTON - Christina DiFelice scored one goal and added an assist as the Lynx (5-7) defeated the Generals (2-11).
Julie Hertzman opened the scoring for the Lynx with a finish from six yards away.
Camilla Davis scored an unassisted goal in the 12th minute to lead Washington and Lee. The other W&L goal was an own goal by Rhodes.
ITA Small College Championships
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Sonja Meighan fell 6-3, 4-6, 4-6 in the finals of the championship round to place second overall.
The senior from Washington and Lee lost the tight match to Michelle Satterfield of Emory University in Atlanta.
Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate
JOHNSON CITY, TN - Derek Bard of UVA and Scott Vincent of Virginia Tech finished tied for the lead with a nine under par in the Bank of Tennessee tournament at the par-72 Blackthorn Club.
As a team the Hokies finished second, shooting a 10 under par, two shots behind winner Kent state.
Virginia finished third shooting 567 with second place man Denny McCarthy shooting five under.
UVa at Tar Heel Invitational
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Portland Rosen finished tenth to lead the Cavaliers at the Tar Heel Invitational at UNC Finley Golf Course.
Virginia finished 26th with a team score of 595.
Duke won the team competition with a score of 568. Ashlan Ramsey of Clemson won medalist honors with a score of 137.
W&L d. Centre
LEXINGTON - Elisabeth Holmes won the 200 free, 500 free and 200 IM as the Generals defeated the Colonels to open the season.
Lauren Kasoff won the 100 fly in 1:01.79 and Stephanie Foster claimed the 100 back in 1:01.80 for W&L.
W&L d. Centre
LEXINGTON - Eight wins propelled the Generals past the Colonels, 153.5-108.5.
Senior David Ireland won the 100 butterfly with a time of 54.47 and freshman Trenten Babcock won the 200 IM in 2:06.02.
Matt Kiser, Matt Hesser and James Hayes also all picked up wins for W&L.
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