Region / State Gathering: ODU No.15 secures spot at Big East field hockey tournament

No. 15 Old Dominion beat Temple 2-0 on Friday on senior Monarchs day as Cam MacGillivray made five saves for a shutout. ODU secured a spot in the Big East four-team tournament and won for the eighth time in its last nine games.

Nicole Fredericks gave the Monarchs (12-3, 5-1 Big East) a 1-0 halftime lead, scoring her second goal of the season on an assist from Delphine Le Jeune in the 27th minute. The Younger then converted a penalty stroke in the 39th minute of the game for his sixth goal of the year.

Temple (7-8, 3-3) lost their fourth straight game.

CNU takes winning streak to six by knocking out No.18 Lynchburg

Christopher Newport (9-4) scored one of his most notable wins of the season, shutting out Lynchburg, the nation’s No.18 Division III team, 2-0 before 488 at Newport News. The captains won their sixth straight game.

Vivian Pope’s goal put CNU ahead 1-0 in the 21st minute. Katie Abendschoen scored in the 34th, and the captains’ defense controlled the play enough that goalkeeper Gabi Gray only needed to make one save.

Kayla Brady made four saves for the Hornets (10-5).

N ° 16 U.Va. overthrows No.6 Syracuse

No.16 Virginia (9-6, 3-2 ACC) scored twice in the second half to win 2-1 over No.6 Syracuse (11-3, 4-1).

Danielle Husar from U.Va. hit in a pass from Adele Iacobucci with 19.5 seconds left in the third quarter to open the scoring, and Noa Boterman made it 2-0 by scoring a penalty corner with 6:34 left in the game .

The Orange struck out their goalkeeper with over five minutes left and scored on a penalty stroke with 4:37 left. But U.Va. goalie Tyler Kennedy, who made five saves, and her teammates held on.

No.9 Liberty wins Big East crown

Newport News’ Bethany Dykema scored a goal as No.9 Liberty won a share of the Big East regular season title with a 5-2 win over Providence in Lynchburg.

The Flames (13-2, 6-0), who have won 10 straight games, will try to clinch their first outright Big East title when they face the 15th ODU (12-3, 5-1) on Friday. next.

The CRF n ° 14 resists the ODU rally

Old Dominion’s inspired comeback fell on Friday night as Florida International, the nation’s No.14 team, held on to a 3-2 victory in Miami.

The Golden Panthers (10-1-2, 5-0-1 Conference USA) appeared to be in control, holding a 3-0 lead at halftime. ODU (2-8-1, 0-5-1) narrowed the gap to one on Ty Arico’s 49th-minute goal and Karan Mandair’s penalty in the 88th, but couldn’t win his second point in the C-USA standings.

The CRF exceeded ODU 15-10. The hosts got goals from Mauro Bravo in the 16th minute, Kareem Riley from a penalty kick in the 33rd and Carlos Scheckermann in the 35th.

The game featured eight yellow cards, including three on the Monarchs.

The late goal gives U.Va. a draw against No.10 Pitt

Virginia has found a bright spot in a frustrating season so far, scoring with two seconds left in regulation to forge a 2-2 tie against No.10 Pittsburgh in Charlottesville.

Valentin Noel’s goals in the 35th and 45th minutes gave the Panthers (8-4-1, 4-2-1 ACC) a 2-0 lead at halftime. But after Pitt committed a hand in the box, Leo Afonso converted a 54th-minute penalty to reduce U.Va’s deficit. to 2-1.

Mohammad Abualnadi from Pitt received his second yellow card, putting U.Va. a man for the last two minutes of regulation.

The Cavaliers (5-7-3, 2-4-1) got two corner kicks in the last minute of settlement. Paul Wiese sent the second corner kick into the box and Will Citron connected on a header in the upper left corner of the net to send the game into overtime.

CRF inflicts first defeat on ODU against C-USA

The Florida International beat Old Dominion 1-0 on Friday, spoiling the Monarchs’ senior night with a decisive victory.

ODU scored an own own goal in the 11th minute and couldn’t catch up despite a 24-6 advantage on shots and a 9-3 advantage on shots on goal. The ball ricocheted off a Monarch suite through Estefania Cardona’s cross.

ODU (9-4-1, 5-1-1), the leader of the East Division, had been the only United States Conference team to go undefeated in the league and did not concede a goal in Competition C -USA.

Ithaisa Vinoly made five saves for a shutout for the CRF (2-11-2, 1-4-2). Kasey Perry of the Monarchs stopped three shots.


HU sweeps away Radford for first win in the Deep South

Hampton won the first eight points of the game and beat Radford 3-0 on Friday (25-14, 25-15, 27-25) at Holland Hall.

It was the Great South’s first win of the season for the Pirates (2-15, 1-9) and their first straight sets since their two wins in fall 2019 against Norfolk State.

Ciara Smith had 10 kills and three blocks for HU. Brooklyn Irvin had 13 assists, four digs and four aces, Gabby Calloway added nine assists and 16 digs, and Madison Clark had six assists and two blocks.

Emma Young had five kills and six digs for the Highlanders (4-17, 2-7).

CRF overthrows ODU to open two-game series

The Florida International outlasted Old Dominion 3-2 (27-25, 21-25, 25-16, 26-28, 15-9) on Friday in the opener of a two-game series at Norfolk .

The Monarchs (11-10, 3-4 Conference USA) saved two match points in the fourth set but couldn’t overcome a 5-0 streak that gave the Golden Panthers (5-11, 2-5 ) a 6-2 advantage in the fifth. ODU will seek revenge on Saturday at 2 p.m.

Giada Bianchi led the CRF with 18 kills, 17 digs and three aces.

Alessia Sgherza led ODU with 18 kills, while Teresa Atilano had 47 assists. Hailey Duncan had eight blocks and 11 kills, and Jordan Daniel had 12 digs and two aces.

UMES sweeps across Norfolk State

Maryland Eastern Shore pushed back Norfolk State 3-0 (28-26, 25-22, 25-20) at the Gill Gymnasium.

Jalynn Robinson had 20 assists and 10 digs for UMES (10-9, 5-3 MEAC), while Maya Hendricks had 10 assists and 10 digs for the Hawks.

For NSU (7-13, 3-6), Paola Matos had eight assists, Caris Cross had 22 assists and Nicole Rodriguez made 12 digs.

Towson keeps W&M winless in conference

William & Mary’s struggles for the CAA continued with a 3-1 (25-14, 22-25, 25-14, 25-15) loss to Towson at Kaplan Arena. The teams will hold a rematch at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Fay Bakodimou had 14 kills and three aces for the Tigers (18-3, 6-3 CAA), and Rachel Hess had 23 digs.

For the Tribe (3-11, 0-9), Kate Van Houten had 24 assists and nine digs, and Julia Brown had nine assists and five blocks.

CNU abandons two games at R-MC Invitational

Christopher Newport (17-8), playing a tough non-league competition, saw his losing streak reach four with a pair of losses on Friday at the R-MC Invitational in Ashland.

First, Randolph-Macon (15-5) recorded his second victory against CNU this season, beating the Captains 3-1 (20-25, 25-22, 25-17, 25-22) behind Grace’s 15 kills. Parker. Danielle LaRosa of the Yellow Jackets had 13 kills, no errors and seven blocks.

For CNU, Granby High product Kyla McIntyre had 11 assists, Sammy Carroll had 38 assists and seven digs, and First Colonial graduate Noelle Starr had 17 digs.

The Captains then returned to the R-MC gymnasium and lost 3-0 (25-19, 25-18, 25-18) to Emory, the nation’s No. 12 Division III team. Alana Dawson had 12 kills for the Atlanta Eagles.

CNU’s Maddie Carter had 12 kills in that game, while McIntyre had eight. Carroll had 30 assists, while Starr made eight digs.

Tribe takes second place in final round of Lehigh Invitational

William & Mary opened the Lehigh Invitational with flying colors, finishing second among 14 teams after a round at the Saucon Valley Country Club in Bethlehem, PA.

The tribe shot 7 over par 295 on Friday on the Grace course and were only three shots behind leader Siena.

W&M freshman Logan Hunter shot under 70 to tie the second best score of the day, one shot behind Brian Ma of Harvard. Tribe senior Matthew Feinstein was tied for 11th with a 74.

The final round was scheduled to start at 8 a.m. on Saturday.

Several ODU players advance in ITA Super Regional

Old Dominion’s Yuliia Starodubtseva and Tatsiana Sasnouskaya and their teammates Sophia Johnson and Alesya Yakubovich advanced to the doubles quarterfinals at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Atlantic Super Regional in Charlottesville.

The pair won the first round pro-sets 8-4 against teams from James Madison and VCU, respectively, to reach the quarter-finals against pairs from Maryland and Virginia. Three of the eight remaining tandems are from the U.Va.

In singles, the first round winners included No.8 seed Mila Saric of William & Mary and four monarchs: No.2 Starodubtseva, No.5 Sasnouskaya, No.6 Marina Alcaide and Alexandra Viktorovich, who has ousted the No. 7 Paola Exposito Diaz -Delgado de VCU 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 to reach the round of 16.

Manning Award Watchlist adds Armstrong of U.Va.

Brennan Armstrong of Virginia was announced as one of 15 mid-season additions to the Manning Award watchlist, which goes to the nation’s top quarterback.

At the start of this weekend, Armstrong leads the country in passing yards (2,824) and total offense (2,902).

The Manning Award is the only college quarterback honor that includes candidates’ bowl performances in his ballot.

The ODU reveals the hours of denunciation at home

Old Dominion has announced prediction times for their men’s basketball home games at Chartway Arena.

Most of them will start at 7 p.m.: Virginia Wesleyan (Nov 10), Manhattan (Nov 15), College of Charleston (Dec 22), Texas San Antonio (Jan 13), Texas El Paso (Jan 15) .)), Charlotte (January 29), Western Kentucky (February 5), Florida Atlantic (February 24) and Florida International (February 26).

Other times include: Longwood (4 p.m. Nov 26), VCU (8 p.m. Dec 11 on Stadium Network), Marshall (8 p.m. Feb 3 on CBS Sports Network), UAB (2 p.m. Feb 13 on ESPNU) and State of Tennessee Middle (2 p.m. on March 5).

ODU’s first home appearance will be a 2 p.m. show on November 6 against Division II Gannon.

As for the women’s team, Old Dominion has announced that all of its weekday home contests will begin at 6:30 p.m. This includes non-conference clashes with South Carolina State (November 9), George Washington (November 18) and Bowie State (December 8) , as well as U.S. Conference Matches vs. Florida International (December 30), Rice (January 20), Middle Tennessee State (February 10), Marshall (February 17) and Louisiana Tech (March 2). The ODU exhibit on November 1 with Christopher Newport will also be tilted at 6:30 p.m.

Four of ODU’s five women’s home games are scheduled to start at 2 p.m., the only exception being the Jan. 22 game with North Texas, which starts at 1 a.m. This list includes dates with Auburn (November 14), Norfolk State (December 12), Florida Atlantic (January 1) and Western Kentucky (February 19).

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