Overview of the region / state: the 4th CNU brings the women’s football record to 11-0

Division III-ranked Christopher Newport (11-0) kept his perfect record intact with a 3-0 victory on Saturday over Mary Washington in the Captains’ Coast-to-Coast Athletic Conference opener.

Molly Beegle scored in the 38th minute and Riley Cook, the Captains’ all-time leading scorer, doubled the lead in the 49th. Ryanne Davidson made it 3-0 in the 82nd.

W&L hands over first ODAC loss to Virginia Wesleyan

Washington and Lee handed Virginia Wesleyan their first Old Dominion Athletic Conference loss, beating the Marlins 1-0 at Foster Field with a Cameron Grainger goal in the 55th minute.

W&L (9-2-2, 4-1-2) moved closer to the Marlins (6-5-1, 5-1) in the conference standings. VWU led the Generals 11-10, but W&L led the Marlins 9-4 in the second half.

Hampton falls in Charleston Southern

Charleston Southern shutout Hampton 2-0 at Wanner Stadium in James City County.

Bri Robinson gave the Buccaneers a 1-0 lead in the second minute and Erin Rush scored a penalty in the 82nd minute.

CSU (6-5-1, 5-3 Big South) dominated HU 14-8. Sydney Johnson of the Pirates made 10 saves for the Pirates (1-10-1, 0-6-1), and Jenna Moran of the Bucs made seven for a shutout.

Captains take their winning streak to four

Christopher Newport (7-3-2, 2-0 Coast-to-Coast Athletic Conference) extended his winning streak to four games, rallying for a 2-1 victory at Salisbury. The triumph followed the Captains’ 2-0 shutout Wednesday against Johns Hopkins, the No. 5 Division III team.

Connor Appleby gave the Sea Gulls (5-6-1, 0-1-1) a 1-0 lead with a goal at 5:01 of the game. But Will Collins equalized the score in the 23rd minute and Tanner Dail scored the go-ahead goal in the 33rd with assists from Collins and Harry Whittleton.

CNU goalkeeper Gabe Barros made two saves for the win. Ryan Miller of Salisbury made a save.

Goals from Diba Nwegbo and Alfredo Bozalongo helped William and Mary win 2-0 at home against Drexel.

Alexander Levengood, who spent the summer playing for Newport News’ Lionsbridge FC, assisted Nwegbo in the 34th minute and Bozalongo in the 56th. Nathan Messer also had an assist on the second goal.

The tribe (4-6, 2-3 Colonial Athletic Association) outscored the Dragons 18-10. Connor Andrews made two saves for his shutout, while Cameron Sanders stopped seven shots for Drexel (5-6-1, 2-2-1).

Marlins tied with eighth consecutive shutout, a school record

Virginia Wesleyan equaled her school record with her eighth consecutive shutout, a 0-0 draw in 110 minutes against Roanoke at Foster Field in Virginia Beach.

Griffin Potter made 10 saves for the Marlins (10-1-4, 3-0-3 ODAC). Zach Behe ​​had seven for the Maroons (7-3-4, 2-1-3).

Deacons overthrow number 5 Virginia Tech

Wake Forest tied Virginia Tech’s fifth place finish in the ACC standings, beating the Hokies 3-1 in Winston-Salem, NC.

The Demon Deacons (8-4-1, 3-2-1) took a 1-0 lead on Jahlane Forbes’ goal in the 35th minute. Tech (8-2-3, 3-2-1) even shot at the start of the second half on Conor Pugh’s goal thanks to an assist from Danny Flores.

Kyle Holcomb’s 56th-minute goal kept Wake in the lead, and Roald Mitchell gave the Deacons a two-goal lead in the 77th minute.

Wood’s hat trick helps Regent slip away

Grassfield High graduate Trent Wood had a hat trick as Regent won 5-0 at home against Mid-Atlantic Christian in Virginia Beach, ending a seven-game losing streak.

Eduardo Sandoval added a goal and two assists for the Royals (3-8) against visitors from Elizabeth City, NC, whose 4-2 loss to Regent on September 14 was the Royals’ latest triumph.

Marlins win one, then suffer first ODAC loss

Virginia Wesleyan split two games 3-0 on Saturday at Lexington, defeating Hollins 25-15, 25-9, 25-14 before losing 25-23, 25-23, 25-17 to welcome Washington and Lee. The Generals (18-5, 9-0) took first place in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference with a game against the Marlins (18-6, 8-1).

Against Hollins, Sydney Collins had 13 kills and five blocks, Isabelle Gaudet had 15 digs and Alexis Davies-Hackenberg and Haley Sutton combined for 25 assists.

Against W&L, Isabelle Gaudet made 20 recoveries.

Marshall captures split against ODU

For the second time in two days, Old Dominion and Marshall faced each other for five sets in Huntington, West Virginia.

On Saturday, however, the herd won 3-2 (25-12, 25-13, 17-25, 23-25, 15-8) to secure a split in their Conference USA series. Clara DeBell led Marshall (8-13, 4-4) with 18 kills and 22 digs, and Sydney Lostumo had 52 assists and five aces.

For ODU (11-9, 3-3), who beat Marshall on Friday, Alessia Sgherza had 18 kills, Hailey Duncan 16 kills and four blocks and Jordan Daniel 22 digs.

The CNU suffers a second consecutive defeat

Christopher Newport (17-5) fell for the second day in a row, losing 3-1 (25-23, 17-25, 25-17, 25-20) to Ithaca of New York at Juniata’s gymnasium in Huntingdon , Pennsylvania.

CNU’s Macy Burk tied her season record with six blocks, Sammy Carroll had 35 assists and Maddie Carter had 15 kills. Noelle Starr, the first alumna of the colonial high school, had 17 recoveries, but CNU lost two games in a row for the first time this season. The captains fell to No.11 Juniata on Friday.

Jordyn Lyn Hayashi had 24 digs for the Bombers.

JMU stops W&M in straight sets

James Madison beat William & Mary 3-0 (25-17, 25-8, 25-21) at Harrisonburg, keeping the tribe at minus 0.097 hitting percentage (more errors than wins). It was the first in a two-game series that ends on Sunday.

Anne Louise Seekford had eight kills and six digs for the tribe (3-9, 0-7 Colonial Athletic Association), while Lauren Merrill had seven kills and seven digs.

The Dukes (11-4, 5-2) got 14 kills from Miette Veldman and 27 assists from Caroline Dozier.

Hampton lost a game on the Big South Road for the second straight day, as the Pirates fell to Winthrop in straight sets in Rock Hill, SC.

W&M women defeat Johns Hopkins, but tribal men lose first match

The women William & Mary started their season with a 172-90 victory over Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, but the tribal men fell to the Division III Bluejays 201.5-59.5.

Anna Kenna (100 and 200 backstroke), Annie Tuttle (100 and 200 breaststroke), Missy Cundiff (50 and 100 freestyle) and Elizabeth Intihar (500 and 1000 freestyle) were among the W&M women who each won two individual races. .

On the tribal men’s side, Micah Lowe was second in the 100 and 200 backstroke, and Graham Hertweck was second in the 50 and 100 freestyle.

VWU women set school records in victory

The Virginia Wesleyan women beat William Peace 114-104 in the Marlins’ aquatics center, but the Pacers men beat VWU 138-86.

Sophomore Kiera Doyle set the Marlins’ women’s record in 12 minutes, 41.89 seconds while winning the 1,000-yard freestyle. Rookie Lauren Hendricks won the 200 freestyle with a school record of 2: 01.56, and Chloe Dewberry won the 100 and 200 backstroke.

In the men’s VWU, Tyler Strong (100 backstroke), A’Jay West (100 free) and Nathan Viricochea (200 breaststroke) were the individual winners.

ODU players qualify for ITA Super Regional

Thanks to their participation in the Atlantic Regional of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association in Lynchburg, Old Dominion players Luca Maldoner, Yevhen Sirous and Nicola Vidal have qualified for the Atlantic Super Regional, which will take place at Folkes-Stevens Tennis. ODU Center from October 23 to 25. .

ODU’s Younes Lalami and François Le Tallec secured Super Regional singles spots through direct entries, while Maldoner / Vidal and Lalami / Oliver Tobisch clinched wild card spots for doubles. Maldoner, Sirous and Vidal each went 2-0 in singles at Lynchburg, winning those matches in straight sets.

Cosby’s lineman commits to ODU

Mason Howard, an offensive tackle / senior defensive end for Cosby High in Chesterfield County, revealed his commitment to Old Dominion via Twitter on Saturday afternoon.

According to Hudl, he is 6 feet 6 inches tall and 245 pounds. He has several Division I offerings, including some from FCS.

Langley postpones races to Sunday

Langley Speedway in Hampton has postponed the first championship program of the season to 2 p.m. Sunday due to weather.

Practice will start at 10 a.m., with the gates opening and qualifying will begin at noon.

The races will start at 2 p.m., with a Bandolero 15-lap, then a Grand Stock 40, a Legends 25, a Late Model 100, a Pro Six 30, another Legends 25 and an Enduro 30.

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