Jackson Eskay broke through in the fifth minute, and Chris Perez, Chris Albiston and Josh West provided insurance goals for the Tribe. ...
Christopher Newport tied Capital 1-1 in Delaware, Ohio, as Ryan Balfour scored for the Captains (1-2-1).
R.G. Foley had given the Crusaders of Columbus, Ohio, the lead in the 34th minute. ...
Bill Gamble scored the tiebreaking goal 90 seconds into the second half to lift Baldwin-Wallace past Virginia Wesleyan 2-1.
William and Mary sophomore Tina Chang aced the 142-yard 16th hole in the second round of the Bucknell Invitational in Lewisburg, Pa., the third hole-in-one in program history.
After two rounds of the three-round event, the Tribe leads the field at 52-over-par 612, three strokes better than Columbia and 12 ahead of third-place Seton Hall. W&M freshman Kelly Moran was tied for fourth individually at 150, and Chang was at 152.
At the Washington & Lee Invitational, Christopher Newport beat former USA South rival Meredith 25-7, 25-9, 25-12 behind Briana Sutton’s 14 kills, Abby McIntyre’s 10 kills, Rachel Close’s 12 digs and Rachel Conway’s 23 assists.
The Captains (6-2), ranked fifth in the Division III preseason poll, then rallied past W&L 15-25, 27-25, 25-16, 25-21 as McIntyre had 11 kills and Hannah Miller 10. Paxton Crooks had 15 assists and 12 digs. ...
Fairfield swept Hampton in three sets at the Boston College Invitational, though Vendula Strakova had 17 kills for the Pirates. ...
Jordan Fish had 42 assists as Virginia Tech beat North Dakota 25-20, 25-16, 26-24 at the Middle Tennessee Invitational. ...
Norfolk State edged Canisius 19-25, 25-20, 26-28, 25-19, 15-13, then lost 25-6, 25-19, 25-19 to Fordham to finish 1-3 at the Mountaineer Invitational in Morgantown, W.Va., and go to 2-4 for the season.
NSU’s Darcy Moore had a school-record 56 assists against Canisius (0-7).
William and Mary beat Ohio 2-1 in Louisville, Ky., as Tribe freshman Olivia Hajek scored her first collegiate goal in the 22nd minute.
Katie Klespies scored 3:20 into extra time to give Baldwin-Wallace a 2-1 victory at Christopher Newport in the Captains Classic. CNU’s Bupe Okeowo scored the tying goal in the 68th minute to force overtime.
In the first Captains Classic game, Virginia Wesleyan (2-0-1) beat Kean 3-0 as Kaitlyn Clunan, Annie Hartman and Brittany Wentzel each scored their first intercollegiate goals.
Norfolk State took the top four men’s spots and the overall title at the five-team Maryland Eastern Shore Lid-Lifter.
Freshman David Kibet won the 5-kilometer race in 15 minutes, 46.2 seconds, leading the Spartans to a 17-point total. UMES was second at 57.
The NSU women placed second.