College women's soccer:
No. 1 Virginia (19-0, 13-0 ACC) completed a perfect regular season by beating No. 5 Virginia Tech 2-0 Thursday in an historic matchup before 2,252 in Charlottesville.
Amber Fry scored in the ninth minute, and Makenzy Doniak added her team-leading 14th goal with 41 seconds remaining. Annie Steinlage assisted on both goals.
Fry, one of eight U.Va. seniors starting on their Senior Night, scored her first collegiate winning goal.
U.Va. became the first ACC women's soccer team to complete an undefeated and untied regular season in a decade.
It was the first time those schools met in any sport when both were ranked in the national top five. Tech fell to 14-3-2, 9-3-1; all of the Hokies' losses have come to top-five opponents.
The ACC tournament begins Sunday, with the Cavaliers hosting No. 8 Maryland at 1 p.m. The Hokies, who are seeded fourth, will play host to fifth-seeded Notre Dame. ...
Charlotte defeated Old Dominion 3-1 in Norfolk, spoiling the Monarchs' Senior Night and season finale.
Despite a tying goal by Meghan Cozens off Jessie Klamut's assist in the ninth minute, ODU finished 1-13-3.
The Anaheim Ducks reassigned Rickard Rakell to the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals before the 20-year-old Swedish center got to play in his first NHL game.
The Ducks also sent defenseman Luca Sbisa to Norfolk. Sbisa, 23, a Swiss Olympian who has played 195 NHL games and came to Anaheim in a deal that sent former standout defenseman Chris Pronger to Philadelphia, is on a long-term injury conditioning loan.
The Admirals face the Albany Devils in the New York capital at 7 p.m. Friday.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun