Alex Moody scored a golden goal 2:19 into extra time on an assist from Scott Signorelli, giving Virginia Wesleyan (3-0) a 2-1 win over Greensboro (1-4) at the Virginia Beach Marlin Invitational .
Michael Nocera gave VWU the lead in the 18th minute, but Prides’ Connor Spesock forced a 1-1 draw in the 62nd of a remarkably even game. Both teams were credited with 20 shots.
Coach’s daughter goal propels Tribe
Kayleigh Shackford scored in the 17th minute, giving William & Mary (2-4) a 1-0 home win over East Carolina (4-4).
Shackford, whose mother Julie is the tribe’s head coach, took a pass from Ginny Delacruz, stepped forward and scored about 25 yards.
Grace Lemley and Morgan Wood, who made his college debut in the second half, shared the shutout. Wood made five second-half saves at Martin Family Stadium.
The number 16 of the CNU passes in front of Pfeiffer; VWU center blanks
Christopher Newport (3-0), ranked 16th in Division III, closed his invitation by beating Pfeiffer 6-0. Sarah Smith, Emma Ricci and Natalie Swarm each have a goal and an assist for the captains, who took the lead on Emily Talotta’s goal in the eighth minute.
The Falcons (0-4) were outscored 29-1.
In Sunday’s opener at the CNU, the No. 19 center (4-1-1) shut out Virginia Wesleyan 1-0. The Colonels’ Cameron Zak scored in the 61st minute from a free kick against Ashleigh Lockard, who suffered the loss despite four saves.
Center outshot VWU (1-2) by a count of 9-4.
HU falls into the hands of Robert Morris
Robert Morris beat Hampton 4-2 at Wanner Stadium in Williamsburg, taking a 2-0 halftime lead and hanging on.
Kayla Veloso-Lima, who assisted the Colonials’ first two goals, scored the virtual goal in the 78th minute.
Zaria Ascue scored in the 48th minute and Kynnedy Waldon did so in the 69th for the Pirates, who faced a 19-7 shooting deficit.
Virginia Tech overthrows 12th South Carolina
Virginia Tech (6-2) earned a 1-0 victory for 12th overall over South Carolina, thanks to Nicole Kozlova’s goal at 7:04 pm in the game. This is an assist from Emily Gray.
The Gamecocks (5-2) outscored the Hokies 7-6, but Tech’s Alia Skinner made three saves to sign a shutout.
N ° 3 U.Va. turned around in Oklahoma
Alexa Spaanstra converted a penalty in the 55th minute after being eliminated in the box, breaking the tie and giving Virginia (7-1) a 2-1 victory over Oklahoma (3-4-1) in Charlottesville.
Lia Godfrey of U.Va. scored in the 30th minute on a pass from Spaanstra, but Sooners’ Bri Amos scored the tying goal from close range in the 47th.
No. 20 Old Dominion (4-1) shut out VCU 3-0 in Richmond, scoring all three of their second-half goals in what associate head coach Natalie Holder called the Monarchs’ best performance of the season, according to a ODU press release.
Ilse Westera scored 34 seconds after the third quarter, and Alix Marien and Marlon de Bruijne added to the Monarchs’ lead. They outscored the Rams 16-7, and Cam MacGillivray made five wise men for a shutout.
Longwood wins a savage against Tribe
Kate Frey scored the deciding goal with 7:52 left in regulation as Longwood (3-2) foiled a William & Mary comeback and beat the Tribe 4-3 at Williamsburg.
W&M (0-4) trailed 3-1 in the fourth quarter before Maddie McGaughey – her first college goal – and Sally Snead scored to tie the game.
Barely 16 seconds later, Frey pushed a low cross from Isis Vrolijks.
Lauren Curran scored her first collegiate goal for the tribe in the first minute, but Longwood responded with goals from Great Bridge High graduate Kolbey Donahue, Hunter-Paige Johnson and Gloucester alumnae Vrolijks.
The last five goals of the match took place in about ten minutes.
W&M senior Kimi Jones recorded three saves, while Madison Nuckols of Longwood had four.
CNU n ° 14 wins at Roanoke
Christopher Newport, struggling after being 14th in the Division III preseason poll, clinched a 4-1 victory at Roanoke (0-2).
Katie Abendschoen, Logan Beal and Mauri Ware scored for the captains in their three-goal second quarter.
Emilee Wooten of the Maroons made it 3-1 in the 41st minute, but Lainey Pratzner gave the captains their final goal in the 53rd.
Randolph-Macon climbs to 18th place in d3football.com poll
Randolph-Macon climbed to 18th place in the d3football.com national poll after a 62-10 home win over Catholic which took the Yellow Jackets’ winning streak to nine in the past three seasons. R-MC is the only Virginia team in the poll, which is led by Mary Hardin-Baylor of Texas.
JMU leads W&M Fall Invitational with one lap to go
After 36 holes of play Sunday in the William & Mary Fall Invitational, James Madison was 2 under par 574 for a five stroke lead over second place UNC Wilmington on Kingsmill’s River Course.
The final round starts at 8:30 am Monday.
Old Dominion (+9) was fifth, W&M (+22) seventh and Richmond (+25) tied for eighth among 15 teams.
Mallory Fobes of UNCW took the individual lead at 8 under 136, three strokes ahead of runner-up Letizia Bagnoli of Florida Atlantic. ODU’s Jana Melichova was under 1 penny, seven headshot.
Sarah Houle paced the tribe, shooting a 70 in the second round for a total of 1 in 145.
HU’s second year ranks third in debut
Second-year student Valerio Palamara, in his first test as a Hampton Pirate, took third place in the Laser South single-handed qualification at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.
He secured a spot in the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association conference solo championships in early October. The first nine qualified for this regatta for MAISA on October 2-3.