Tim Hopkinson scored the tiebreaking goal Saturday night as host Old Dominion overcame two deficits to upend the nation’s 10th-ranked team, Alabama Birmingham, 3-2 in a Conference USA game. Gideon Asante and Michael Nelson also scored for the Monarchs.
Sebastian Abrigo had three assists in Christopher Newport’s five-goal second half as the Captains beat Frostburg State 5-1. Jalon Brown netted the go-ahead goal in the 54th minute.
Allie Hackbarth scored with 13:01 left in the first half, boosting Christopher Newport to 13-0 with a 1-0 win at Wesley in Dover, Del.
The Captains (3-0 Capital Athletic Conference), who outshot the Wolverines 23-7, are ranked 11th nationally in Division III and have posted seven shutouts.
Swimming and diving:
Both W&M teams beat visiting Mary Washington, with the men winning 205-56 and the women 203-58.
Tribe senior Andrew Strait won both of his individual races to extend his victory streak to a career-best 13, taking the 100-yard backstroke in 51.89 seconds and the 500 freestyle in 4:45.44. W&M’s Billy Russell of Newport News won the 50 free in 21.43 and swam on the winning 400 free relay (3:07.61).
Megan Howard won the 100 free in 51.38 and the 200 individual medley in 2:11.47, and she swam the butterfly on the winning 200 medley relay (1:46.86).
Emma O’Reilly scored the tiebreaking goal on a header with 10:43 left in regulation, lifting CNU (9-2-1) to a 2-1 home win over Frostburg State (5-7-1).
Courtney Mack’s goal 3:10 into the game put the Bobcats ahead, but the Captains’ Carly Utterback netted the equalizer just 34 seconds later.
Stephanie Paul had 23 assists and 12 digs and Dessi Koleva added 14 kills and nine blocks as William and Mary (7-14, 2-3) outlasted CAA rival Towson 17-25, 25-23, 19-25, 25-23, 15-12. ...
CNU (14-11) swept a pair of home matches in straight sets, beating Frostburg State 25-17, 25-13, 25-16 and William Peace 25-20, 25-8, 25-22.
For the day, Abby McIntyre and Jessie Kolden had 13 kills apiece, while Rachel Conway had 10 kills on 12 swings, 35 assists and four aces. Evelyn Harper had 22 digs.
CNU won the team titles in the Captain Chris Invitational on the Lee Hall Mansion course, beating runner-up Georgia College by 27-35 for men and 29-39 for women.
Both CNU teams took six of the top 12 positions per race.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun