Senior midfielder Robert Alberti of Hampton continued his memorable start to Virginia Tech's season, contributing two goals and an assist Tuesday night to the Hokies' 5-2 victory over High Point in Blacksburg.
Alberti, a Kecoughtan High graduate, has four goals and two assists for 10 points in five games for the Hokies (3-1-1, 1-0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference). He had two goals -- both on penalty kicks -- and an assist in all of his junior season. ...
Virginia (2-3) beat No. 23 George Mason 3-0 in Charlottesville.
Starting forwards Ryan Zinkhan and Darius Madison scored goals sandwiched around one by reserve Brian James.
Dani Rutter scored in the 96th minute, giving William and Mary a 2-1 home overtime win against Radford.
The Highlanders (4-1-1) went ahead in the fourth minute on Melanie Priestley's rebound goal after W&M goalkeeper Caroline Casey saved a Shahar Aflaki shot.
In the 48th minute, Barbara Platenberg kicked in Rutter's crossing pass for the tying goal. The Tribe continued to attack until winning in extra time, outshooting Radford 16-4 for the night.
VCU gained a commitment from its most heralded recruit in 23 years, four-star forward Terry Larrier of the Bronx, N.Y.
The 6-foot-8 Larrier is ranked as the 21st-best prospect at any position in the class of 2014 by 247sports.com. He joins a pair of three-stars in committing to the Rams: point guard Jonathan Williams and power forward Justin Tillman.
William and Mary placed third in the W&M Fall Invitational, finishing at 903. Morehead State (29-over-par 881) won the three-day event by 17 strokes over Elon on Kingsmill’s Plantation Course.
The Tribe’s Kelly Okun, playing as an individual, finished third at 5-over 218, three strokes behind winner Sunna Vidisdottir of Elon. The Tribe’s Tina Chang tied for fourth at 219.
William and Mary beat Norfolk State 25-21, 25-18, 25-16 at Kaplan Arena. Dessi Koleva had 14 kills and Carolyn Albright added five blocks for the Tribe.