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Final: Shenandoah 12, Christopher Newport 7: In the first of a two-game series between Division III powers, the top-ranked Hornets beat No. 2 CNU before a Captains Park-record 960 fans. Shenandoah, which trailed 5-2, scored six runs in the fifth and sixth innings, then added four more in the eighth inning.
Final: VCU 13, Old Dominion 1 (at The Diamond): With their city abuzz about basketball, the Rams evened this CAA series with ease.
Top of fifth: Norfolk State led Coppin State 9-1 in Baltimore; game was suspended because of rain. Game 2 postponed until Sunday.
Final: William and Mary 12, Hofstra 1: W&M scored seven runs in the third at Plumeri Park to even the series at 1. Freshman Ryan Lindemuth went 2-for-4 with three RBI and two runs for the Tribe (15-15, 8-6 CAA).
Finals: Briarcliffe (N.Y.) 4-12, Apprentice 1-0: The visiting Builders were swept by one of their top USCAA rivals, though Apprentice's Chris Kennedy had five hits for the day.

Finals: Christopher Newport 6-9, Peace 0-1: The host Captains swept the Pacers in a USA South doubleheader on Senior Day.
Finals: Bethune-Cookman 7-2, Norfolk State 1-1: Spartans were swept as they began MEAC play in Daytona Beach, Fla. A walk-off hit decided Game 2.
Hampton at Md. Eastern Shore (doubleheader), 1
Eastern Mennonite at Virginia Wesleyan (doubleheader), 1:30

Track and field
Colonial Relays (at William and Mary’s Zable Stadium)
Florida Relays (in Gainesville; including Hampton and Norfolk State)

Men’s tennis
Final: Roanoke 6, Virginia Wesleyan 3: Host Marlins fell to the Maroons in a morning ODAC match.
Final: Christopher Newport 9, Ferrum 0: The Captains won every set against the visiting Panthers.
Final: Howard 6, Hampton 1: Heritage High graduate Tonique Merrell won at No. 6 singles and No. 3 doubles for the Bison.
Lynchburg at Virginia Wesleyan, 2
Final: Christopher Newport 6, Roanoke 1: The teams played singles first because of threatening weather, and CNU clinched with five victories in those matches. The doubles didn't quite finish before a downpour hit.

Women’s tennis
Final: William and Mary 6, Syracuse 1: The 49th-ranked Tribe won every match except No. 6 singles against the Orange at McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center.
Final: Christopher Newport 9, Ferrum 0: CNU lost just nine games and posted six shutout victories, staying unbeaten in the USA South.
Howard vs. Hampton, 4 (switched to Centre Court)
Lynchburg at Virginia Wesleyan, 2

Men’s lacrosse
Final: Roanoke 24, Virginia Wesleyan 9

Women’s lacrosse
Final: Washington and Lee 19, Virginia Wesleyan 10
Final: Christopher Newport 20, Methodist 3: As usual, the Captains had little trouble against a USA South opponent. Megan Harkey collected 10 points for CNU.

Men’s gymnastics
Eastern College Athletic Conference team championships (in Chicago; including W&M):
Won by Illinois-Chicago, followed by Temple and W&M.

Women’s gymnastics
NCAA Athens Regional (at Georgia):
W&M’s Melissa Cream placed 16th all-around; teammate Teenie Beck was 18th.

Women’s rowing
Miami vs. Old Dominion (in Norfolk)

South Spring Qualifier (in Williamsburg)

Results and details on, though some games may be rained out.

Cape Henry Collegiate at Walsingham Academy, 4:30

Greenbrier Christian tournament (including Nansemond-Suffolk Academy)

Girls soccer
Walsingham Academy at Norfolk Collegiate, 4:30

Boys lacrosse
Blue Ridge at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, 2

Club rugby
(Games at Dozier Middle School in Newport News):
Heritage vs. United (York-Poquoson), 9 a.m.
Woodside vs. Warwick, 9 a.m.
Kecoughtan vs. Menchville, 11 a.m.
Bethel vs. Denbigh, 11 a.m.

Track and field
Captains Classic (at Christopher Newport)

Arena Racing season finale (at Hampton Coliseum), 7:
Adam Florian won the Top Dog feature, while Jordan Wood took the series championship.

Final: Hershey 5, Norfolk 4: Playing their regular-season home finale before a crowd of 7,639 -- the seventh-best in AHL Admirals Scope history -- the Admirals squandered a 4-1 first-period lead by yielding four goals in the second period. They will finish the regular season with five road games.

Newport News Rugby Football Club vs. Winchester, 1

Richmond Raiders at Harrisburg

Mid-Atlantic Section boys 16-and-under Challenger No. 2 (at Centre Court Racquet Club)



Apprentice at Briarcliffe (N.Y.), 11 a.m.
Norfolk State at Coppin State, noon (completion of suspended game that NSU leads 9-1 in fifth, followed by regular game)
Hofstra at William and Mary, 1
Old Dominion vs. VCU (at The Diamond), 2 p.m.
Shenandoah at Christopher Newport, 1

Norfolk State at Bethune-Cookman, noon
Hampton at Md. Eastern Shore (doubleheader), noon
Meredith at Christopher Newport (doubleheader), 1
Bridgewater at Virginia Wesleyan (doubleheader), 1:30

Women’s tennis
Syracuse at Old Dominion, 9 a.m.
Norfolk State at N.C. Central, 10 a.m.
Morgan State at Hampton, 1

Men’s tennis
Norfolk State at N.C. Central, 10 a.m.
Morgan State at Hampton, 1

Women’s lacrosse
William and Mary at North Carolina, 1

Men’s gymnastics
Eastern College Athletic Conference individual championships (in Chicago; including W&M), 1

Track and field
William and Mary alumni meet

South Spring Qualifier (in Williamsburg)

Women’s golf
UNC Wilmington Seahawk Invitational (in Wallace, N.C.; includes ODU and W&M)

Mid-Atlantic Section boys 16-and-under Challenger No. 2 (at Centre Court Racquet Club)

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