Ryan Londree, a 6-foot-3, 280-pound defensive lineman from Albemarle High in Charlottesville, committed to sign with Old Dominion in 2014, the Virginian-Pilot reported.
Londree, who starts on both lines, committed to assistant coach Bill Dee during an unofficial visit Friday, Albemarle coach Mike Alley said.
Connor Burchfield, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Concord (N.C.) High, near Charlotte, committed to William and Mary, according to multiple reports.
No. 4 North Carolina scored six runs in the eighth at home to defeat No. 7 Virginia 8-5, evening the series against the Cavaliers (44-9, 21-8) before a sellout crowd of 4,100 in Chapel Hill and clinching the ACC Coastal Division title.
Reliever Kyle Crockett, a junior from Poquoson, took his first loss of the year and fell to 4-1 after allowing six runs (four earned) in two-thirds of an inning.
U.Va.'s Derek Fisher went 4-for-4 with a pair of doubles to extend his hit streak to a career-best 12 games. Mike Papi doubled and homered to continue his hot streak, while Brandon Downes also homered as part of a 2-for-4 day....
William and Mary split a Senior Day doubleheader with Georgia State, losing 12-4 but winning Game 2 14-0. Jason Inghram allowed just one hit over seven innings in the nightcap.
Playing in his final game at Plumeri Park, in which he set the school record for career starts with 213, Ryan Brown led W&M with four RBI, two hits and two runs.
Besides Brown, John Farrell, Brett Koehler, Jackson Shaver, Matt Wainman and Ryan Williams were the honored seniors.
In Game 1, GSU romped despite Michael Katz's two runs and two RBI.
W&M will be the second seed in the CAA tournament, its highest seed ever in the event. The Tribe's first game in the event will be Thursday in Harrisonburg.
Christopher Newport senior Brian Jaeger tied three other players for 12th at the NCAA Division III championship in Destin, Fla., earning Ping All-American first-team status. He became the first Captain to earn that honor since national champion Scott Scovil in 1994.
Jaeger fired a 1-over-par 72 for the second straight day, finishing at 9-over 293 for 72 holes.
Third-seeded Texas A&M (24-3) ended No. 14 Virginia's stay in the NCAA team championships, beating the Cavaliers (19-10) in a competitive 5-0 match in Champaign, Ill.