CHARLOTTESVILLE — The Virginia softball team swept a doubleheader from Boston College on Thursday, winning the first game 1-0 and the nightcap 9-0.
Molly Grube and Mikayla Houge combined on the three-hit shutout for UVa (10-17, 6-13 ACC) in Game 1. Katie Goldberg doubled and scored in the fourth.
Abby Weaver (Cave Spring) and Ashley Jennings (Jefferson Forest) each had a hit and scored a run in Game 2. Goldberg and Tori Gilbert homered.
Aly Rayle and Madison Harris combined on the five-inning shutout in Game 2, giving UVa back-to-back shutouts for the first time in seven years.
No. 4 UVa 6, Va. Tech 1
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Jeffrey von der Schulenburg, Chris Rodesch and Inaki Montes each won in both doubles and singles to help the Cavaliers (16-2, 10-0 ACC) beat the Hokies (9-7, 5-5) for their 10th straight win.
No. 6 Ga. Tech 6, UVa 5
ATLANTA — Luke Bartnicki struck out Devin Ortiz with a man on third to end the game as the Yellow Jackets (14-7, 11-5 ACC) beat the Cavaliers (11-14, 4-12).
Va. Tech 5, Liberty 3
LYNCHBURG — Tori Powell and Emily Gray each scored twice to lead the Hokies (8-8) past the Flames (3-5-5).
Nicole Kozlova also scored for Tech, which scored the first five goals of the game.
SVU 2, Warren Wilson 1, OT
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Makinna Winterton scored in the 94th minute Wednesday night to give the Knights (2-7) a win.
No. 12 SVU 3, Randolph-Macon 0
BUENA VISTA — Nahuel Recabarren had 14 kills Wednesday as the Knights (13-2, 7-0) won their Continental Volleyball Conference regular-season finale.
It was the ninth straight win for SVU, which will be the top seed in the conference tournament.
Roanoke 18, Bridgewater 6
Ellie Armstrong scored five goals Wednesday night to lead the host Maroons (4-1, 1-0 ODAC) to a win.