William and Mary's men's golf team won the 23-school Towson Invitational by 25 strokes over second-place Loyola (Md.), the Tribe’s first tournament championship since 2005.
Senior Jeremy Wells earned the Tribe’s first individual medal since 2008, finishing at even-par 216. The Tribe was at 24-over-par 888, including third-place individual Charlie Kern (223) and Alex Hicks (224). ...
CNU senior Brian Jaeger was named the USA South Golfer of the Week after placing second in a tournament won by Oglethorpe won in Atlanta.
He shot a career-best 5-under-par 139 for 36 holes, improving his season stroke average to 73.45 with his first top-five collegiate finish.
Sherrod Wright had 20 points and 10 rebounds as host George Mason beat Santa Clara 73-66, forcing a decisive Game 3 Friday in Fairfax in the College Basketball Invitational finals. ...
Jonathan Holmes was promoted to associate head coach on William and Mary coach Tony Shaver’s staff.
Holmes has assisted Shaver since the 2008-09 season. His responsibilities include serving as the recruiting coordinator, with his primary focus on the Midwest, overseeing team scheduling, working with guards and scouting.
Campbell shut out Old Dominion 8-0 in Buies Creek, N.C., holding the Monarchs to three hits. ...
Poquoson’s Kyle Crockett got his second save in two days as Virginia (27-3) edged VMI 8-6 in Charlottesville. U.Va.’s Brandon Downes was 2-for-5 with two runs and two RBIs. ...
Jamestown High graduate Scott Burkett had two hits and two RBIs as host Longwood (14-16) beat George Mason 9-5.
CNU (23-10) began its regular-season-ending eight-game homestand by sweeping Mary Washington 7-0, 5-1, extending CNU’s win streak to six.
Whitney Haller pitched six innings in Game 1, when Candice Zollars and Chelsea Mitchell had three hits apiece.
In Game 2, Alexis Pope had two RBIs and Kelley Foate, Meagan Jones, Sabrina Hill and Lauren Stewart had two hits apiece. Krista Townsend pitched six innings for the victory.
Christopher Newport (13-1, 8-0), ranked 17th in Division III, captured its seventh consecutive outright USA South regular-season championship with a 26-1 rout at winless N.C. Wesleyan.
Freshmen Elena Obregon, Kylie Chaplin and Nina Stinson all posted hat tricks for the Captains, who have won 43 consecutive games against USA South opponents.
Mikey Connors had four goals as host Virginia Wesleyan (5-4) beat CNU 11-8 despite two goals apiece from Garrison Ernst and Will Geise for the Captains (5-7).Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun