Pittsburgh upended No. 1 Virginia 2-1 Saturday, ending the Cavaliers’ nine-game win streak on Jordan Frabasillo’s game-ending sacrifice fly.
Connor Jones of Chesapeake finally yielded his first run against ACC competition in 19 1/3 innings, taking the loss. ...
No. 24 Miami (20-12, 10-4 ACC) won 4-3 at Virginia Tech (14-14-1, 5-9), though Brendon Hayden hit his sixth home run of the season in the eighth inning. ...
John Sheehan struck out eight in seven innings as William and Mary evened its Plumeri Park series with UNC Wilmington with a 14-2 rout. The Tribe took command with three runs in the fourth and fifth.
Sophomore Ryan Hissey led the Tribe offense, going 3-for-5 with five RBI. Junior Nick Thompson, senior Derek Lowe, and freshman Tim Hoehn each collected two hits. ...
Ryan Yarbrough pitched 7 2/3 innings of four-hit ball, with no walks, to spark Old Dominion to a 4-2 victory over Florida International in Miami.
Nick Walker slugged a two-run homer in the eighth to give ODU a 3-0 lead, and Jordan Negrini, Ben Slaton and Gloucester's Josiah Burney each had two hits for the Monarchs (19-12, 8-6 Conference USA). ...
Corey Haynes struck out the only two hitters he faced with the bases loaded in the top of the seventh inning to help Norfolk State hold off Delaware State 7-5 in the nightcap, earning a split of a lengthy Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Northern Division doubleheader.
The visiting Hornets (13-10, 4-4 MEAC) rallied from deficits of five and four runs to take the opener, 14-10, from the Spartans (9-17, 6-4), who maintained their slim lead over DSU and Coppin State (5-5) in the division.
Chase Kyriacou and Newport News' Justin Burrell had four hits apiece for the Spartans during the doubleheader, while Burrell and Ross Cardwell both drove in four runs on the day for NSU. ...
Christopher Newport split a doubleheader with Salisbury, ranked 14th nationally in Division III, winning Game 1 4-3 but losing Game 2 4-3.
In Game 1, Billy Steel doubled home the tying run in the eighth inning and scored the eventual winning run on Gloucester High graduate Jacob Houston’s single to right. Nick Santalucia improved to 6-0 by pitching eight innings, and Bryan Bierlein pitched the ninth for a save.
In Game 2, Salisbury broke a 3-3 tie on Johnny Schiotis’ single to right field in the seventh.
Tailback Jerome Wright scored on a 43-yard touchdown run, Phoebus High graduate Marshawn Williams broke outside for 13 yards on a run and defensive end Ken Ekanem recorded two sacks to highlight Virginia Tech’s first spring scrimmage of the spring.
No. 5 North Carolina edged No. 8 Virginia 11-10 before 4,952 in Chapel Hill. R.G. Keenan won a faceoff and streaked downfield to score the winning goal with 2:28 left. ...
Joey Rolando had two goals and an assist to help CNU rally for a 9-5 win at Marymount.
The Captains (9-2, 3-1 Capital Athletic Conference), who upset second-ranked Salisbury on Wednesday, trailed 4-1 at halftime. The score was tied at 5 going into the fourth quarter.
CNU (24-6), No. 14 in Division III, swept visiting Southern Virginia 18-0 and 12-0.
In Game 1, Kristina McLaughlin had three hits, four runs and four RBI, while Taylor Dillow was 3-for-3 with four runs. In Game 2, Meagan Jones was 3-for-3 and Tori Clarke had two hits and scored four runs. ...
Norfolk State (12-16, 6-1 MEAC) scored three runs in the eighth inning of Game 2, winning 5-2 to earn a doubleheader split against Maryland Eastern Shore. The uprising included a two-run double by Whitney Williams.
UMES (7-29, 4-3) won the opener 6-3. Alexis Hudson led the Hawks with four hits for the day.
William and Mary sophomore Brittany Stover placed ninth all-around in the Athens (Ga.) NCAA regional with a 38.7. Her scores were 9.7 on vault, 9.725 on bars, 9.65 on beam and 9.625 on floor.
Track and field:
Bucknell’s men and Rutgers’ women won the team championships at the Colonial Relays at W&M’s Zable Stadium.
CNU set school records in the men’s 4x1,500 meters and the men’s and women’s distance medley relays. One of W&M’s highlights was All-American Elaina Balouris’ championship in the 1,500 meters, which she won in an outdoor lifetime-best 15:56.85, just ahead of teammate Emily Stites’ 15:57.04.
Ashton Marshall set CNU’s all-time goals record as the host Captains (7-5) beat Lynchburg 13-11.
She had four goals to boost her total to 225, breaking the record of Kaitlin Quigley’s 222 from 2008-11. The Captains’ Meaghan Galvin added three goals and three assists. ...
Host James Madison (7-5) beat W&M 18-11 in the Colonial Athletic Association opener for both. Alexi Farmakis and Kaleigh Noon each had two goals and an assist for the Tribe (2-9). ...
No. 16 Virginia won 13-8 at No. 9 Notre Dame as Kelly Boyd, Courtney Swan and Maddy Keeshan each had hat tricks for the Cavaliers (7-6, 1-3 ACC).
Freshman Brook Byrd, a Warhill graduate, won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 6 singles and 8-0 at No. 3 doubles with Kelsey Clark as host CNU (7-10, 3-1 Capital Athletic Conference) shut out Penn State-Harrisburg 9-0.
No. 4 Virginia extended its winning streak to eight with a 7-0 win at No. 64 Georgia Tech. ...
CNU blanked Penn State-Harrisburg 9-0 as nine Captains won at least once for the day. Freshman Cam McCleary earned his first college dual victory, rallying from a 4-1 deficit for a 7-5, 6-0 victory at No. 6.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun