Former Woodside High Scott Signorelli scored twice on Saturday night as Virginia Wesleyan completed her sixth shutout of the season, 4-0 against Guilford in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Josh Condit and Alex Moody also scored for the Marlins (8-1-3, 1-0-2 Old Dominion Athletic Conference), and Griffin Potter made seven saves for the win, including one from a Guilford penalty.
The Quakers fell to 5-5, 0-4.
JMU n ° 18 passes in front of W&M
No.18 James Madison scored three late goals to beat William & Mary 3-1 on Saturday night at Harrisonburg.
The Tribe (3-6, 1-3 Colonial Athletic Association) took the lead on an Alexander Levengood volley into the top left corner of the net in the 57th minute. Joe Core and Nathan Messer put on the play.
In the 72nd minute, Tyler Clegg scored the tying goal for JMU (10-2, 4-0) on a corner from Rodrigo Robles Grajera which deflected the head of a tribal defender.
JMU took the 2-1 lead in the 78th minute from a Luca Erhardt penalty, which came after W&M was called for a hand in the box. Former Kellam High Ethan Taylor scored 20 yards in the 83rd minute for a 3-1 margin.
Charlotte scores in the first minute, beats ODU
Host Charlotte (7-3, 2-1 Conference USA) outscored Old Dominion 3-1, taking the lead 47 seconds into the game on Preston Popp’s first of two goals, a header.
Popp also scored with a kick in the 17th minute, and Andre Vicharelli’s goal made it 3-0 in the 60th minute.
Kameron Lacey and Joe Brito had two assists each for the 49ers.
The Monarchs (2-6-1, 0-3-1) avoided a shutout in the 84th minute on a penalty from Eliot Goldthorp.
Burnett triggers CNU outside St. Mary’s
Owen Burnett collected an assist and the game-winner as Christopher Newport (5-3-2) claimed a 4-2 victory at home over St. Mary’s (9-4) of Maryland.
The Seahawks had two goals from Isaac Ekobo, including one in the second minute for their only lead of the night. CNU’s goals came from Ethan Larson in the 42nd minute, Cory Hogge in the 48th, Burnett in the 72nd and Will Collins in the 75th.
The captains outscored St. Mary’s 19-5.
Opponent scores 65 seconds hat trick in Regent loss
Regent lost 9-2 to Carolina University in Winston-Salem, NC, despite Eduardo Sandoval, who scored in the 38th minute and assisted Ethan Arias’ goal in the 41st.
Not only did the Bruins’ Luke Spillane-Davis have a hat trick, he scored all three goals in 65 seconds at the start of the second half for a school formerly known as Piedmont International.
The Royals (2-8) have lost seven straight games.
Gardner-Webb excludes Hampton
Maddie Turlington scored an unassisted goal in the 66th minute, and it held up as Gardner-Webb beat Hampton 1-0 on Saturday night in Boiling Springs, NC.
The Pirates (1-9-1, 0-5-1 Big South) had eight shots on goal against two for the Bulldogs. Gardner-Webb improved to 6-9, 3-3.
The University of Carolina overtook Regent 9-0 at Winston-Salem. Sidney Smith scored four goals for the Bruins, who outscored the Royals 24-11. Regent fell to 2-4.
ODU captures split in Charlotte series
Old Dominion rebounded to win a division of their weekend series against Charlotte in Norfolk, beating the 49ers 3-0 (26-24, 25-19, 25-22) on Saturday.
After Friday’s straight-set loss to Charlotte (10-8, 3-3 Conference USA), the Monarchs (10-8, 2-2) came back behind Kira Smith’s personal best 15 kills and a winning percentage. attack of 0.344, the eight of Alessia Sgherza. kills, Hailey Duncan’s nine blocks and Teresa Atilano’s 35 assists, five assists and six recoveries.
CNU leads a four-game winning streak with a sweep
Maddie Carter had 12 kills and Granby High product Kyla McIntyre won eight as Christopher Newport swept Mary Washington 3-0 (25-16, 25-18, 25-14) on Saturday in Fredericksburg, scoring the fourth consecutive victory for the captains (17-3, 3-0 Coast to Coast Sports Conference).
Colony’s first alumnus Noelle Starr tallied 17 digs and Sammy Carroll had 31 assists and seven digs for CNU.
The Captains had a much easier time against UMW (12-9, 1-2) than the Captains did in Newport News on September 28, when the Eagles led them to five sets.
Lauren Foley, also of First Colonial, led Mary Washington with 10 assists.
Marlins part ways in Maryland
Virginia Wesleyan (16-4) went 1-1 on a Saturday trip to Owings Mills, Maryland.
First, VWU won a 3-0 sweep (25-19, 25-13, 25-19) over Catholic.
Morgan Ludovici and Abigail Mahoney had nine assists each for the Marlins, while Haley Sutton had 16 assists and Isabelle Gaudet had 19 digs.
In Game 2, however, host Stevenson (15-4) beat the Marlins 3-0 (25-20, 25-23, 25-21).
Kathryn Yeager had 14 kills for VWU in this game. Sutton had 17 assists, while Gaudet had 15 digs and Ludovici had 13 digs.
Hofstra sweeps Tribe and keeps W&M winless in CAA
Sarah Pierre managed 11 blocks as Hofstra (10-8, 4-3 Colonial Athletic Association) recorded a 3-0 (25-22, 25-22, 25-21) victory over William & Mary (3-7 , 0-5) in Hempstead, New York.
Amy Schwem had 34 assists and 11 digs for the tribe, while Maddie Meyers led W&M with 11 kills. The tribe gets a rematch against the pride on Sunday.
Beatriz Alves set the pace for Hofstra with 39 assists and seven digs.
Hampton falls into the hands of the rulers of the Deep South
Gabrielle Idlebird made 11 kills as High Point, leader of Big South (14-5, 6-0), beat Hampton 3-0 (25-22, 25-19, 25-20) in North Carolina.
For the Pirates (1-12, 0-6), Jessica Pugh had 17 digs, Gabby Calloway had 10 digs and seven kills, and Isis Black had four blocks.
Bryant & Stratton lose a game on the road
Host Fayetteville Tech Community College defeated Bryant & Stratton in straight sets. The Bobcats fell to 8-9.
ODU players reach All-American ITA doubles final
Old Dominion’s Tatsiana Sasnouskaya and Yuliia Starodubtseva qualified for the doubles title match at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Women’s U.S. Championships with their fourth victory in three days in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
They beat Victoria Flores and Janice Tjen of Pepperdine 6-2, 6-3 in an unranked pairs semi-final.
Sasnouskaya and Starodubtseva eliminated teams from number one seeded Clemson, Oklahoma, and eighth seeded North Carolina on their way to the final.
In the title game, the Monarchs will face sixth seed Anna Brylin and Wake Forest’s Brooke Killingsworth.
Go. Wesleyan excluded Roanoke
Goals from Kayln Byrd in the 27th minute and Emma Acanfora with just 22 seconds left propelled Virginia Wesleyan (5-4-1, 4-0 ODAC) to a 2-0 victory at Roanoke (7-3-1 , 1-2-1).
Rachel Quigley made two saves in 90 minutes to sign a shutout.
CNU brings its winning streak to three
Christopher Newport (6-4) extended his winning streak to three with a 3-1 home win over Rhodes of Memphis, Tennessee.
Goals from Mauri Ware and Marcella Sabbagh gave the captains a 2-0 lead at halftime. Hannah Luckes closed the lead for Rhodes (5-4) to 2-1 in the 40th minute, but Abby Asuncion, CNU’s top scorer this season, made it 3-1 in the 54th minute.
Kelsey Jones scored three goals and had two assists as Shenandoah (9-1, 2-0 Old Dominion Athletic Conference) defeated Virginia Wesleyan 9-0 in Winchester.
Lindsey Florio and Lauren Tire added two goals each.
Maura Bridges made 15 saves for the Marlins (2-6, 0-2).
No. 14 BC excludes No. 12 U.Va. in OT
Boston College No.14 shutout No.12 Virginia 1-0 in Charlottesville, winning 3:26 in overtime on Elizabeth Warner’s goal.
Tyler Kennedy made six saves for the Cavaliers (7-5, 2-2 ACC), while Jonna Kennedy made five for the BC win (8-3, 1-2).
W&M wins eight flight tickets in River City
William and Mary won eight steals – three doubles and five singles – and went 9-0 in singles and doubles on Saturday at the River City Open tennis tournament on the Robins campus of Collegiate School.
The teams of Harrison Brown-George Davis, Joseph Brailovsky-Chen Ruo and Finbar Talcott-Daniel Pellerito won their doubles steals, with a total of 8-0 in sets.
In singles, Brown, Sebastian Quiros, Pellerito, Ruo and Brailovsky posted a combined 14-0 record to win their Richmond area tournament championship.
As for Old Dominion, François Le Tallec and Codie van Schalkwyk each won their respective singles steals. Oliver Nolan and Younes Lalami of the Monarchs won the double.
VWU women sixth, men seventh in the ODAC relays
The Virginia Wesleyan women placed sixth with 51 points from nine teams at the ODAC relays in Lexington, and the VWU men were seventh at 32.
Host Washington and Lee won the women’s championship
Langley Speedway canceled its Saturday night racing schedule due to the weather.
The Hampton track moved the Shawn Balluzzo Memorial 100 and one of the championship nights to October 30 at 6 p.m. All tickets purchased for Saturday will be honored on the new date.