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Wednesday, October 9, 2013
FERRUM — Kyle Simpkins opened the scoring in the 13th minute, giving Ferrum a lead it would never lose as the Panthers shut out Randolph-Macon 3-0 in a non-conference men’s soccer match Tuesday.
Ferrum increased its lead to two goals nearly five minutes before halftime as Cristian Turcios scored off of an assist from Austin Godel.
Jimmy Carleton provided the final tally of the match in the 69th minute as he scored on a Chris Benavides assist.
Justin Robinson made four saves in recording the shutout for Ferrum (9-5).
Cris Lowe and C. J. Montalbano combined to make three saves in net for Randolph-Macon (3-6-1).
Virginia Tech 0, Pittsburgh 0
PITTSBURGH, PA — Hokies goalkeeper Kyle Renfro and Panthers goalkeeper Dan Lynd each recorded two saves as neither team could dent the back of the net after 110 minutes of play.
Virginia Tech (3-3-4, 1-1-4) took four more shots than Pittsburgh (0-6-3, 0-5-1). The Panthers managed three shots on goal to Tech’s two.
Virginia 0, Duke 0
DURHAM, N.C. — Despite outshooting the Blue Devils 10-3, the Cavaliers could not capitalize as both teams were unable to score during regulation and two overtime periods, resulting in a scoreless draw.
Goalkeeper Jeff Gal made three saves in net for Virginia (6-3-2, 2-2-2) ,while Alex Long made 10 saves for Duke (4-4-4, 0-3-3) .
Washington and Lee 2, Emory & Henry 0
LEXINGTON — Holley Beasley and Haley Ward scored a goal each as the Generals (11-1, 7-0) blanked the Wasps (2-10-1, 2-4-1).
Ward had five shots on goal and Beasley had four. Kingsley Schroeder and Addie Healy combined to make three saves in the shutout.
Christopher Newport 4,
Southern Virginia 1
BUENA VISTA — Joy Piirto scored a pair of goals to help the Captains (8-2-1) to a win over the Knights (3-6-1).
Tatiana Monsen scored for Southern Virginia.
Roanoke 6, Randolph 0
LYNCHBURG — Ashley Barnes scored four goals to pace the Maroons (5-6-1, 3-3) to a win over the WildCats (3-9, 1-6).
Nathalie Torres and Lauren O’Brien notched a goal each for Roanoke, with Courtney Yoke adding a pair of assists. Roanoke held a 17-5 advantage in shots on goal.
Washington and Lee 3, Sweet Briar 0
SWEET BRIAR — Taylor Zusi, Lauren Boone and Maggie Waxter scored a goal each in the first half for the Generals (2-10, 1-3) as they downed the Vixens (1-9, 0-4).
W&L held a 23-3 edge in shots and Megan Axelrod made three saves in the win.
Radford at CSU Wendy’s Invitational
MT. PLEASANT, S.C. — The Highlanders shot a final round 323 to finish seventh in a 13-team field at the CSU Wendy’s Invitational played at the Rivertowne Country Club.
Radford finished four shots behind sixth place Richmond and seven shots behind fifth place Tennessee Tech. The College of Charleston took the team competition with a 13-over-par score of 877.
Alexandra Austin led Radford in the individual competition by finishing tied for 18th at 230, with Hayley Hammond one shot behind Austin in a tie for 21st.
Laura Fuenfsteuck from the College of Charleston won the individual competition with a 1-under total of 215.
Hollins, W&L at Generals Invitational
LYNCHBURG — Sara Moir (Hidden Valley) and Rachel Wright (North Cross) tied for 19th as the Generals finished fourth in the Generals Invitational played at the Lexington Golf and Country Club. Washington and Lee shot a two-day total of 765, placing behind Bridgewater, Randolph-Macon and team-champion Methodist University.
Methodist’s Kelsie Carralero was the individual medalist, carding a scored 9-over-par 153.
Hollins golfer Elizabeth Cheng tied for second in the individual standings, three shots back of Carralero.
Christopher Newport def. Southern Virginia 25-22, 25-23, 25-23.
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