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Sunday, October 27, 2013
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Darius Madison netted a pair of goals as the No. 23 Virginia men’s soccer team dealt No. 2
Notre Dame its first loss of the season and the Cavaliers extended their unbeaten streak to 10 games.
Virginia (7-3-4, 3-2-4 ACC) gave Notre Dame (8-1-5, 5-1-3) its first-ever ACC loss and the Cavaliers became the first team to score two goals against Notre Dame this season.
Madison scored his first goal just before the half at the 42:03 mark. He added his second goal just after the second half began, putting the ball past Notre Dame goalie Patrick Wall at 46:58.
Jeff Gal had three saves for Virginia, which earned its ninth shutout of the year.
VMI 1, UNC Asheville 0
LEXINGTON — Kyle Forche scored the only goal of the game in the 80th minute to give the Keydets their second Big South Conference win of the season.
Forche’s goal was assisted by Travis Borkey at the 79:04 mark of the second half to give VMI (2-12-1, 2-6) the win. Goalie Daniel Kitchen stopped all six shots he faced in the shutout.
UNC Asheville (4-11, 1-6) goalie Zak Davis recorded one save.
Hampden-Sydney 2, Roanoke 1, 2 OT
HAMPDEN-SYDNEY — James Lawrence scored in the final minute of the second overtime period to give the Tigers a win over the Maroons.
Jason Haas put Hampden-Sydney (8-5-3, 5-4-2 ODAC) up in the third minute. Jackson Goyette scored just before the end of the half for Roanoke (9-5-2, 5-3-2).
Washington and Lee 2, Guilford 1
LEXINGTON — Zach Colby scored twice in the first half to lead the Generals by the Quakers in an ODAC matchup.
Colby’s first goal came at the 3:38 mark in the first half, but Jonny Goffredi scored for Guilford (6-7-3, 3-5-2) just over a minute later to even the score. Colby scored his second goal and the eventual game-winner for W&L (9-1-5, 7-1-2) at the 21:36 mark in the first half.
W&L goalie Albert Civitarese recorded two saves and Michael MacVane had four saves for Guilford.
York (Pa.) 5, Southern Virginia 0
YORK, Pa. — Jake Hower assisted on three goals as the Spartans (15-2) defeated the Knights (1-15-1).
Radford 2, Winthrop 1
RADFORD — Melanie Priestly’s goal in the 64th minute gave Radford a win over Winthrop, guaranteeing at least a share of the Big South regular season title and the top overall seed for the tournament for the Highlanders.
Rachel Conway scored just before the half on a penalty kick to put Radford (13-2-1, 9-1-0) ahead.
Winthrop (11-4-1, 7-3-0) tied it just 41 seconds into the second half as Grace Radler headed the ball past Radford goalie Che Brown.
Brown made four saves and Amelia Henderson made three saves for Winthrop.
The regular season title is the third in the last four years for Radford, which tied a program record with 10 straight home wins.
Lynchburg 1, Washington and Lee 0
LEXINGTON — Angela Bosco’s goal in the 68th minute provided the only offense of the game as the No. 10 Hornets sent the No. 20
Generals to their first loss in ODAC play.
Lynchburg (17-1, 11-0) out-shot W&L (14-2-1, 10-1) 10-0 in the first half, but couldn’t put one past General goalie Addie Healy. Bosco finally put the Hornets ahead at the 67:53 mark with the assist going to Dana Nelson.
Healy made five saves for W&L and Tess Frelick made two saves for the shutout.
Campbell 4, VMI 0
BUIES CREEK, N.C. — Campbell (7-10-0, 3-7-0) netted three first-half goals en route to a Big South win over VMI (3-14-0, 1-9-0).
York (Pa.) 1, Southern Virginia 0
YORK, Pa. — Jamie Sokolis scored following a corner kick in the 38th minute to boost the Spartans to a win over the Knights .
York (10-4-2) out-shot Southern Virginia (6-9-1) by a 23-3 margin.
VT tied for 3rd at Bridgestone Collegiate
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Virginia Tech fired a 3-over-par 291, tied with Chattanooga for third place, in the first round of the UNC Greensboro Bridgestone Collegiate at Grandover Resort.
North Carolina leads the team scoring at 288, with UNC Greensboro trailing by two strokes for second place.
Bryce Chalkley and Maclain Huge each carded an even-par 72 to tie for eighth place. Henry Do of North Carolina leads the individual leaderboard at 4-under 68. The event was shortened from 54 holes to 36 holes due to heavy frost.
Virginia tied for 7th at Landfall Tradition
WILMINGTON, N.C. — Virginia shot a 20-over-par 308 to bring their two day total at The Landfall Tradition Tournament to 614, tied for seventh with Oklahoma State.
Alabama continues to lead the field with a score of 575, followed by Duke at 583 and Clemson in third at 598.
Portland Rosen leads Virginia’s individual scores at 149, eight strokes back of Alabama’s Stephanie Meadow for first place.
Randolph-Macon 3, Washington & Lee 1
LEXINGTON — Carrie Jacobs scored a pair of goals to lead the Yellow Jackets to a win over the Generals.
Catherine Pricone scored to put Randolph-Macon (9-8, 6-1 ODAC) up 3-0 before Lauren Boone finally put W&L (4-14, 2-5) on the board off a penalty stroke. Steph Talley made nine saves for Randolph-Macon and Megan Axelrod made seven saves for W&L.
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