Virginia Tech captured its first Atlantic Coast Conference wrestling meet championship, outscoring runner-up Virginia 95.5 to 90.5 in the six-team meet.

Needing a victory in the meet's final bout in College Park, Md., to wrap up the heavyweight (285-pound) title and the team crown, David Marone came through with an eight-point triumph.

The other Hokies who won weight classes were Jarrod Garnett (125), Nick Brascetta (149), Jesse Dong (157) and Pete Yates (165). Garnett was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler.

The Cavaliers’ lone ACC champion was freshman George DiCamillo at 133 pounds. U.Va.'s runners-up were Derek Valenti (149), Jedd Moore (157), Nick Sulzer (165), Jon Fausey (174), Stephen Doty (184) and Mike Salopek (197).

CAA wrestling tournament:

Though Old Dominion wasn't eligible to compete for the Colonial Athletic Association team tournament championship in Boston because of its impending move out of the CAA, the Monarchs were eligible to compete for automatic NCAA tournament berths.

Chris Mecate (141 pounds) and Billy Curling (174) won their weight classes to gain automatic bids. Alexander Richardson, the runner-up at 149, received an at-large berth.

Rob Deutsch (125) and Brett Miller (165) joined Richardson as runner-up.

Indoor track and field

Virginia Tech's Alexander Ziegler won the NCAA championship in the weight throw, firing it 22.46 meters in Fayetteville, Ark.

Also, the Hokies' Darrell Wesh set a school record of 6.57 seconds in the 60-meter dash to reach the final. ...

CNU freshman Dominique Torres placed 13th in the triple jump at the NCAA D-III championships in Naperville, Ill. Torres leaped 14.2 meters (about 46 feet, 7 inches) on his second attempt. Torres was one of only three freshmen in the triple jump.


Men's lacrosse:

Rob Pannell found Steve Mock in the crease with 13 seconds left for a goal that lifted No. 3 Cornell (5-0) to a 12-11 victory over No. 8 Virginia (5-2) before 2,885 at Klockner Stadium.

The Big Red won six of the game's last seven face-offs and finished the game on a 5-2 scoring run.

Nick O'Reilly led U.Va. with three goals.

Softball:

CNU, seventh in Division III, won two games at the Leadoff Classic in Columbus, Ga. The Captains beat DePauw 5-1 and Fontbonne 7-4. ...

No. 23 Virginia Tech (15-2) saw its 12-game winning streak with a 3-1 loss to Nevada Las Vegas. ...

Hampton (10-11) picked up its second win in the Lady Pirate Classic, beating Canisius 4-1.

Diamond Ponds batted 2-for-2 for HU, and Jailynn Jackson pitched a complete game for the victory. HU has won five of its last six contests. ...

Norfolk State lost three games at Campbell’s tournament in Buies Creek, N.C., including a pair Saturday.

The Spartans (4-12) fell 11-1 to Morehead State and 4-1 to Northern Kentucky.

Alina Moriarty was 2-for-2 against Morehead State, which broke a 1-1 tie by scoring 10 times in the bottom of the third. Against Northern Kentucky, NSU leadoff batter Heather Dunniing was 2-for-2.

Men's tennis:

No. 54 Old Dominion (10-3) won its sixth straight match with a 7-0 home victory over Texas-San Antonio, one of its future Conference USA rivals.

Women’s lacrosse:

Christine Rea scored five goals to lead ODU past American 15-11.