Michael Katz drove in three runs as the Tribe (24-13, 8-3 CAA) prevailed. With W&M down 8-6 in the bottom of the eighth, Jamestown High alumnus Jackson Shaver sliced home the first run with an RBI single and scored the go-ahead run on Willie Shaw's bunt. ...
No. 5 Virginia evened its series at No. 19 Georgia Tech, winning 7-2. Scott Silverstein (6-0) struck out nine over seven innings for the win, and Derek Fisher and Reed Gragnani each had three RBI. ...
Norfolk State (12-20, 7-7 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) split a doubleheader against Maryland Eastern Shore. The host Spartans won 5-0 in Game 1 as Chris Horne pitched a two-hitter for the Spartans' first complete-game shutout in five years.
In Game 2, UMES got two-out RBI singles in the seventh inning from Stephen Bull and Mike Escanilla to win 8-6. ...
Poquoson High alum and Virginia Tech junior Chad Pinder scored a run in the Hokies’ 9-8, 10-inning loss to No. 1 North Carolina in Blacksburg. Andrew Rash hit two home runs and drove in five runs for Tech. ...
In Game 1, a three-run seventh, including Matt Reistetter's two-RBI hit, gave the Pride a 6-4 lead. Hofstra added two runs in the seventh.
In Game 2, a sacrifice fly in the fifth gave the Pride the lead to stay at 2-1.
No. 41 William and Mary (15-5) won its Senior Day match against Old Dominion (2-8), taking an insurmoutable four-point lead in an eventual 4-3 triumph.
Anik Cepeda, honored along with fellow senior Marlen Mesgarzadeh before the match, helped the Tribe take the doubles point by teaming with Hope Johnson for a win at No. 2.
Jeltje Loomans and Sydney Smith won at No. 3 doubles, then Maria Belaya, Leeza Nemchinov and Loomans prevailed at the first, second and fourth singles spots, respectively.
ODU spoiled W&M's Senior Day festivities with a 4-3 victory over the Tribe (11-14).
Albert Ochagavia and Wes Barrett won in singles and doubles for the Monarchs. Ben Guthrie, Ben Hoogland and John Banks were the Tribe's singles winners.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun