Sam Assare-Nyanako's first collegiate goal, 10 minutes in overtime, gave the visiting UMBC men's soccer team a 3-2 victory over Nevada-Las Vegas (5-13) in the first round of the Rebel Invitational yesterday.
The Retrievers (8-8-1) will play Cal-Irvine for the championship today at 5 p.m. Brian Bugarin (Calvert Hall) and Oliver Bigyeki also scored for UMBC.
* William and Mary 3, Loyola 2: Billy Owens had a goal and an assist, as William and Mary (16-1-1) scored three times in the second half to turn back visiting Loyola (13-4-2).
* Frostburg State 4, Wesley 1: Paul Dowell had a goal and an assist, as Frostburg State (7-10-1) defeated visiting Wesley College (9-6-1). * Johns Hopkins 3, Franklin & Marshall 0: Erick West had a hat trick and broke the single-season scoring record with 21 goals, as Johns Hopkins (13-2-3) defeated Franklin & Marshall (8-9).
* Montgomery-Rockville 2, Catonsville CC 1: Kevin Newland scored two goals, including the game-winner in the first overtime, for host Montgomery-Rockville. Troy Hoskins (North County) scored for Catonsville (11-3-2).
* Liberty 2, Towson State 1: James Wright and Jeff Johnson had a goal and an assist each, leading Liberty over host Towson State (8-10, 2-6).
* Muhlenberg 4, Western Maryland 0: Muhlenberg (17-1, 8-1) clinched the Centennial Conference title with the win over visiting Western Maryland (4-12-2, 1-7-1).
* Salisbury State 2, Mary Washington 1: Amanda Brooks' goal at the 63:37 mark of the second half gave Salisbury State (13-5) the win over Mary Washington (12-3-3) in the championship game of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament.
* Frostburg State 3, Villa Julie 0: Laurie Temple scored three goals to lift host Frostburg State (9-7-1) over Villa Julie (5-8) in the final regular-season game for both teams.
* Loyola 1, Mount St. Mary's 0: Krystin Porcella (John Carroll) scored 10:22 into the game, as host Loyola (9-10) beat Mount St. Mary's (4-8).
* Charleston Southern 1, UMBC 0: Mary Pipilas scored at 54:21, as Charleston Southern (11-7) defeated UMBC (9-6-1) to make the final of the Big South Conference championship.
* Goucher 3, Salisbury State 0: Michele Mohlman scored two goals to help host Goucher (15-3-1) to its first Capital Athletic Conference Tournament title with a victory over Salisbury State (11-6).