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Saturday, September 7, 2013
BLACKSBURG - Kai Marshall scored the golden goal in the seventh minute of overtime to give the Virginia Tech men's soccer team a 2-1 win over No. 17 Syracuse on Friday.
Syracuse opened the scoring on a Nick Perea goal in the 17th minute. Robert Alberti tied the match for Virginia Tech (2-1) in the 86th minute.
Marshall's goal in overtime came on a fast break after a pass from Brandon Eaton.
Clemson 2, Virginia 0
CLEMSON, S.C. - Thomas McNamara and Ara Amirkhanian scored 11 minutes apart in the first half to give the Tigers a win over the Cavaliers (1-2).
VMI 1, NJIT 1
LEXINGTON - Blake McCauley scored in the 10th minute for the Keydets and Cristian Marcel scored in the 23rd minute for the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Daniel Kitchen of VMI (0-2-1) made five saves.
Hampden-Sydney 3, Southern Virginia 0
HAMPDEN-SYDNEY - Bryan Barahona, Bryan Talbert and Liam Hogan scored second-half goals for the Tigers.
Scott Zaring made nine saves in net for Southern Virginia (0-2).
No. 4 Virginia 6, Rutgers 0
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Alexis Shaffer scored twice and Morgan Stearns saved the only shot she faced as the Cavaliers blanked the Scarlet Knights.
Brittany Ratcliffe, Amber Fry, Makenzy Doniak and Morgan Brian had goals for Virginia (5-0).
Radford 6, Delaware State 0
RADFORD - Six different Highlanders recorded a goal as Radford (3-0-1) dominated its match with the Hornets.
Asyia Mitchell, Sahar Aflaki and Stephanie Herb all scored in the first 20 minutes of the match. Annabel Bergin, Britney Kendall and Maddie Bisantz added goals.
VMI 2, South Carolina State 1
LEXINGTON - Sydnie Bligh headed home a corner kick from Erica Putney with five minutes left in regulation to propel the Keydets over the Bulldogs.
Myranda Emery tied the match for VMI (1-3) on a penalty kick in the 23rd minute.
Roanoke 1, Averett 0
Marlana Barnard scored in the 65th minute as the Maroons (2-1) defeated the Cougars.
Carolyn Sarbacher of Roanoke (2-1) stopped all three shots she faced to record the shutout.
Lynchburg 4, Southern Virginia 0
LYNCHBURG - Four different players scored for Lynchburg as the Hornets raced out to a 3-0 halftime lead and coasted to an easy victory over the Knights (0-2).
No. 7 Virginia 6, Yale 1
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Freshman Caleigh Foust recorded her first career hat trick as the Cavaliers defeated the Bulldogs.
Elly Buckley netted a pair of goals for Virginia (3-0) and Chloe Pendlebury added a pair of assists.
Centre 5, Roanoke 1
DANVILLE, Ky. - The Colonels broke open a close game at halftime with three second-half goals.
Kellie Jasinski scored the lone goal for Roanoke (1-1).
UVa in 4th
SUGAR GROVE, Ill. - UVa fired a score of 1-over 289, putting the Cavaliers in fourth place, 10 shots back of leader Houston, after the first round of the Northern Intercollegiate at Rich Harvest Farms.
Virginia freshman Jimmy Stanger sits in seventh place with a 2-under 70, two shots behind leader David Snyder of Kentucky.
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