Washington Adventist beat Apprentice School 63-59, though Jay Melendez led the Builders (13-9) with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
The Shock (17-8), from Takoma Park, Md., closed with a 13-3 run over the last 4:14. Jawuan Lockhart led the Shock with 21 points, hitting 15 of 19 free throws. ...
Jerome Hill had 13 points as Gardner-Webb (14-12, 7-4 Big South) beat Liberty 68-52, the fifth straight loss for the Flames (9-17, 3-8).
Shannon Allan had 19 points to guide Lynchburg past visiting Virginia Wesleyan 79-54. Brittany Glasco had 16 points for the Marlins (13-9, 7-6 Old Dominion Athletic Conference).
Basketball forecast-related changes:
Wednesday’s doubleheader with Mary Washington at Christopher Newport was moved up 30 minutes because of a forecast storm. The women will start at 5, with the men tipping off at 7. ...
Virginia Wesleyan’s home men’s game Wednesday vs. Hampden-Sydney was moved up an hour to 6. ...
The Virginia women’s game at Georgia Tech was postponed from Thursday to 7 p.m. Friday.
Chowan added the sport for the next school year.
Virginia sophomore attackman James Pannell was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Week.
Pannell helped lead No. 7 U.Va. to a 2-0 record with a combined eight goals and two assists in an overtime win against No. 12 Loyola and a victory at Richmond.
Virginia’s Joe Spisak was named the ACC Wrestler of the Week following a pair of wins over ranked foes. He has helped the Cavaliers to a record of 17-3, 5-1 in the conference.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun