Christopher Newport (15-3), ranked 21st in NCAA Division III, swept Roanoke 9-4 and 13-5, improving the Captains’ winning streak to 14.
In Game 1, Alexis Pope drove in four runs and homered, Kelsey Lewis homered and had three RBI, and Kristina McLaughlin was 3-for-4 with two runs.
In Game 2, Sabrina Hill slugged two homers and was 3-for-4 with three runs and four RBI. Gloucester High alumna Makayla Jenkins pitched in both games, yielding one run in a combined 3 2/3 innings. She got her first college save in Game 1. ...
Poquoson's Maggie Tyler started both games, giving up five of the Irish's six runs in a combined five innings, yielding 11 hits. Kelly Heinz won the contests in relief.
The Hokies' Dani Anderson and Bailey Little hit back-to-back solo home runs in the sixth inning of Game 1. In Game 2, Kylie McGoldrick hit a go-ahead RBI single in the sixth.
William and Mary (13-5) extended its winning streak to five by scoring in double figures for the third game in a row, beating Iona 16-4 at Plumeri Park.
Michael Katz had four hits, including his ninth home run of the season. Devin White, who had three RBI, and Josh Smith each had three hits. ...
In Game 1, after the Cavaliers failed to convert numerous leadoff baserunners, Nick Howard singled home Joe McCarthy with the winning run. In Game 2, U.Va. scored in the ninth to win. ...
Norfolk State bounced back from a 12-1 loss in Game 1 to beat Delaware State 2-1 for a doubleheader split.
In Game 2, Matt Outman got the win and Jeff DiFulgo the save for the Spartans. NSU’s Justin Lee was 1-for-2 with a run and a walk. ...
Virginia Tech (9-8-1, 3-3) swept new ACC rival Pittsburgh 11-10 and 11-7 in Blacksburg.
Luke Scherzer and Phil Sciretta gained the pitching victories. ...
A.J. Nicely belted three home runs, scored four runs and drove in four as host CNU (9-9, 3-2 Capital Athletic Conference) beat Wesley 17-6 in Game 1 of a doubleheader, but CNU lost 10-9 in a 10-inning nightcap.
In Game 1, Billy Steel was 2-for-3 with a grand slam, five RBI and three runs. In Game 2, the Captains led 9-4 after seven innings but fell victim to a Wolverines comeback. Steel was 2-for-5 with three RBI and two runs. ...
Senior Chris Aldridge equaled his career-highs with four hits and five RBI as Apprentice edged Castleton (Vt.) 11-10 in the Builder Round Robin at War Memorial Stadium.
Brock Harris tied a Builders record by scoring five runs, and Gloucester High graduate Brian Belvin was 2-for-5 with two RBI for Apprentice. ...
Virginia Wesleyan beat Lynchburg 6-2 in a doubleheader opener.
All-American Ian Jones went 2-1 Saturday to place fourth in the heavyweight bracket, leading Apprentice to eighth place in the 29-team National Collegiate Wrestling Association nationals in Allen, Texas.
He was 5-2 in the tournament, 42-9 for the year. ...
Colin Lenhardt of Gloucester, a wrestler at Johnson & Wales in Providence, R.I., earned All-American honors by placing eighth at 174 pounds in the NCAA Division III championships, though the former Dukes standout lost by injury default in his last bout.
Lou Puca of Cortland State won in 95 seconds against the injured Lenhardt, who had fallen 8-0 to Coe's Ethan Ball earlier in the day.
Lenhardt helped Johnson & Wales take eighth in the team competition.
Megan Will has four goals and two assists as Virginia Tech (3-4) overcame a three-goal deficit to win 11-10 at William and Mary, though Taelor Salmon had four goals and Kaleigh Noon three for the Tribe (1-4).
Amanda Johnson’s attempted tying shot was stopped as the buzzer sounded. The Tribe appeared to tie the game at 11 on a free-position goal by Alexi Farmakis with 7:46 remaining, but the score was not allowed due to an illegal stick. ...
Host Princeton beat No. 6 Virginia 15-13, though Liza Blue and Morgan Stephens each scored four goals for the Cavaliers (3-5). Courtney Swan added a hat trick.
Sarah Lloyd scored four goals for the Tigers (2-3). ...
Jessica Singer had five goals and an assist as CNU beat Wesley 14-3 in the Captains’ Capital opener.
Indoor track and field:
VCU junior Kiara Porter, a Tabb High graduate, earned All-American honors in the 400 meters by placing 13th in the NCAA Division I championships in Albuquerque, N.M.
In her semifinal, she placed 13th in 53.13. ...
CNU’s Dominique Torres placed seventh in the NCAA Division III championships in Lincoln, Neb., earning All-American honors.
Penguins defeat Admirals
The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins shut out Norfolk 4-0 before 7,715 in Pennsylvania, controlling play so much that winning goalie Peter Mannino needed to make 12 saves.
Harry Zolnierczyk, voted the game's No. 1 star, scored the go-ahead goal 11:20 into the contest off John Gibson, who yielded all four goals.
Bobby Farnham added a pair of assists.
Norfolk lost for the second time in two days and hopes to end the streak at 4 p.m. Sunday against Hershey Bears.