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Saturday, August 31, 2013
HARRISONBURG - Alessandro Mion headed home a cross from Andre Thomas in the eighth minute to lift the Hokies to 1-0 men's soccer victory over the Bearcats in the JMU Tournament.
Tech outshot Binghamton 17-6 en route to the victory. The Hokies will now face Fordham in the final game of the tournament at noon Sunday.
Louisville 2, Virginia 1
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Jimmy Ockford scored in the 62nd minute to break open a 1-1 game and give the Cardinals a victory over the Cavaliers.
Scott Thomsen scored in 32nd minute for Virginia to tie the game after Ricard Velazco opened the scoring in the 21st minute.
Army 3, VMI 0
LEXINGTON - Nick Williams scored twice in the first half hour to give the Black Knights a lead it would not relinquish. Nick Baietti recorded the final tally for Army in the 55th minute.
Penn State 1, Radford 0
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Eli Dennis rifled a 20-yard shot past Highlander goalie Dane Wilson in the 69th minute to lift the Nittany Lions to victory over Radford.
The Highlanders outshots Penn State 9-8, but only three of Radford's shots were on goal. Smith made two saves in net for Radford.
Roanoke 1, Averett 0
Robbie Lentine scored the only goal of the match in the 14th minute to lift the Maroons over the Cougars.
Averett outshot Roanoke six to two, but Roanoke goalkeepers Cole Sinclair and Will Dooley turned them all aside.
Washington and Lee 0, Denison 0
GRANVILLE, Ohio - The Generals took 17 shots and the Big Red took 20, but neither team was able to pierce the net.
Ferrum 4, Bluefield College 3
FERRUM - Aaron Gustine scored his second goal of the match in the 103rd minute to give the Panthers a comeback victory over the Rams. Andres Juarez tied the match at three with only five minutes remaining in regulation to send the match into overtime.
Virginia 5, Penn State 1
CHARLOTTESVILLE -Danielle Colaprico scored twice to lead the Cavaliers over the Nittany Lions at Klockner Stadium.
Makenzy Doniak, Shasta Fisher and Morgan Brian also scored for Virginia, which outshot Penn State 13 to 3.
Virginia Tech 1, Louisville 1
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Murielle Tiernan scored her third goal in as many games as the Hokies played to a draw with the host Cardinals at the Wake Forest Invitational.
Tiernan's goal came in the fifth minute of play, while Louisville's Casey Whitfield evened up the game seven minutes later.
Tech plays North Texas at 11:30 a.m. Sunday
Radford 2, Towson 1
RADFORD - Rachel Conway scored twice on penalty kicks in the second half to help the Highlanders erase an early deficit and defeat the Tigers.
The first goal came in the 78th minute while the second came eight minutes later. Katie Ponce scored the goal for Towson in the fifth minute of the match.
Washington and Lee 3, Greensboro College 0
LEXINGTON - Holley Beasley recorded a goal and an assist as the host Generals won at Watt Field.
Katherine Rush and Haley Ward each tallied a goal for Washington and Lee, which outshot Greensboro 25 to 3.
East Tennessee State 5, VMI 1
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - Five different Buccaneers scored goals, as they easily put away the Keydets.
Sydnie Bligh scored the lone goal for VMI, which was outshot 21 to seven, in the 90th minute.
Virginia 3, Louisville 2
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Caleigh Foust's goal in the 47th minute proved to be the game-winner as the Cavaliers held off the Cardinals.
Riley Tata led off the scoring less than two minutes in to the game, only to have Louisville's Alyssa Voelmle tie the game seven minutes later. Elly Buckley gave the Cavs a 2-1 lead, followed by Foust's goal to make it 3-1. Gianna Perrone trimmed the lead with 20 minutes to go, but the Cardinals could not score the equalizer.
Johns Hopkins 4, Washington and Lee 0
LEXINGTON - The Blue Jays got goals from Alison Thompson, Alexa Lantiere, Shelby Graham and Liz Stillman to blank the Generals.
Washington and Lee was outshot by Johns Hopkins 20-8, with goalkeeper Megan Axelrod making eight saves.
Roanoke 2, Goucher 0
LEXINGTON - Fluer Moorlag and Kellie Jasinski each tallied goals as the Maroons shut out the Gophers.
Goalkeeper Candice Fisher made three saves for Roanoke.
William and Mary 5, Radford 0
WILLIAMSBURG - The Tribe scored four goals in the second half to break open a close match and coast to an easy victory over the Highlanders.
Sidney Encarnacion stopped nine shots in goal for Radford.
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