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Sunday, March 24, 2013
MIAMI, Fla. - Andrew Rash delivered a double with two outs in the 10th inning to score Mark Zagunis and Chad Pinder as Virginia Tech salvaged a game from its weekend series with Miami with an 8-5 victory.
Virginia Tech (18-7, 5-4) opened the scoring with a two-run homer from Zagunis and a two-run double by Brendon Hayden as the Hokies led 4-0 after one inning. The Hokies tacked on one more and led 5-3 until Miami (19-8,4-5) scored two in the bottom of the seventh on two hits, two walks and a hit batter to tie it.
The Hokies got out of a couple of late-game jams, including a first-and-third situation in the bottom of the ninth as the Hurricanes stranded 12 on bases.
Tanner McIntyre pitched two hitless innings, allowing one walk in the win. A.J. Salcines allowed three runs on three hits in the loss.
Virginia 6, N.C. State 3
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Brandon Cogswell drove in a pair of runs as No. 11 Virginia completed the sweep of No. 16 N.C. State on Sunday.
Virginia (22-2, 7-2) struck for three runs on two hits and four walks in the bottom of the fourth. The Cavaliers added three more with an RBI-single by Cogswell and sacrifice flies from Kenny Towns and Joe McCarthy.
Three different players scored for N.C. State (16-9, 3-6).
Austin Young earned the win with 2/3 of an inning of hitless relief of starter Nick Howard, who gave up two runs on six hits over 4 1⁄3 innings. John Easley surrendered a run on two hits in the loss.
Maryland 6, Virginia 5
COLLEGE PARK, Md. -Maryland scored five runs on five hits in the bottom of the fourth to sweep Virginia.
Maryland (14-16, 3-0) led 6-1 after four innings, before Karli Johnson hit a three-run homer for Virginia (12-15, 1-5) to help close the gap.
Juli Strange led Maryland offensively with two RBIs and two runs scored. Taylor Williams drove in two runs for the Cavaliers.
Maddie Martin allowed four runs on seven hits over four innings for the win. Melanie Mitchell struck out six and allowed six runs on eight hits over six innings in the loss.
Ferrum 17, Piedmont 7
DEMOREST, Ga. - Caila Cummings and Brooke Hewartson had four goals each to lead Ferrum to a win over Piedmont.
Sydney Hewartson and Juilianne Bove added three goals each for Ferrum (10-3, 4-1), and Cummings had three assists on the day.
Alexis Narducci led Piedmont with three goals.
Amanda Cheney stopped eight shots in the win and Carly Haraka made eight saves in the loss.
Shenandoah 14, Roanoke 11
WINCHESTER - Amy Rollins scored the last three goals for Shenandoah as the Hornets held off a comeback attempt from the Maroons.
Shenandoah (6-1, 3-0) led by as much as four in the second half, but Roanoke (3-5, 2-1) tied the game at 10 with 9:30 to go in the game.
Samantha Sisson led the Hornets with six goals and an assist. Darragh Evarts scored four goals and Jamie Golden and Kathleen Wager added three each for Roanoke.
Ashley Cross stopped 11 shots in the win, while Lauren Curtin made four stops in the loss.
Hollins, W&L close out R-M Invitational
MONTPELIER - Hollins and Washington and Lee closed out play at the Randolph-Macon Invitational at The Hollows Golf Club.
Hollins finished in eighth with a two-day score of 725 and was led by Elizabeth Cheng's ninth-place finish with a score of 164.
Washington and Lee had a pair of golfers withdraw after Saturday's opening round and did not receive a team score on Sunday. Lydia Barit led the Generals with a two-day score of 194 and Sara Moir (Hidden Valley) posted a 203.
Radford tied for 4th
WILLIAMSBURG - Radford was tied for fourth at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate at the Kingsmill Rivercourse before first round play was suspended because of weather.
Play is scheduled to continue this morning at 7:45.
Hokies win Furman Intercollegiate
GREENVILLE, S.C. - Virginia Tech closed out play at the Furman Intercollegiate with a win after a final round 11-under-par 277.
The Hokies shot a 280 and 286 in the first two rounds and finished with a 21-under-par score of 843. North Florida finished second with a score of 862, 19 strokes back of Tech. Troy rounded out the top three with a score of 873.
Following a third-round 67, Tech's Mikey Moyers placed third individually with a three-round score of 210 and Bryce Chalkley came in fourth with a 213. Scott Vincent tied for seventh with a 214 and Trevor Cone tied for 10th with a 215.
Corcoran leads W&L at Paradise Point
JACKSONVILLE, N.C. - Washington and Lee closed out play at the Marine Corps Intercollegiate at Paradise Point Golf Club with a three-round score of 901.
Oglethorpe earned the team title at 843, followed by Methodist at 860.
Methodist's Mike Wesko defeated Oglethorpe's Eric Quinn in a three-hole playoff for individual honors.
Teddy Corcoran led W&L with a score of 221, followed by Patrick Clossin at 224.
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