Ryder Bell and freshman Reeves Trott scored to send William and Mary (1-1) to a 2-1 home victory over No. 21 Coastal Carolina (0-2).
Bell scored in the eighth minute, and Trott — from Lafayette High — netted his first collegiate goal in the 65th. The Chanticleers outshot the Tribe 17-11 and scored in the 74th minute, but W&M held on. ...
Radford senior defender Jo Vetle Rimstad was named the Big South Defensive Player of the Week.
He anchored a back line that produced back-to-back shutout victories against N.C. State and Lehigh last weekend at the James Madison Invitational. In 180 minutes, the Highlanders allowed just five shots.
With three straight regular-season titles, Christopher Newport was again selected as the Capital Athletic Conference favorite. The Captains secured seven first-place votes and tallied 78 points to earn the top spot in a vote among the conference head coaches.
Salisbury (72 points, two first-place votes) was picked second and St. Mary’s (62 points, one first-place vote) third. ...
Richmond’s Lexi Prillaman was named the Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Week. She scored four goals, equaling the program record that Brooke Sands set in 1997, as the Spiders beat James Madison 4-2.
William and Mary’s fall schedule will include the I-64 Challenge from Nov. 4-6 at McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center. Old Dominion, Richmond and VCU will compete along W&M.
Showing why he is one of San Francisco's top prospects, Tyler Beede struck out 11 in a two-hit shutout as the Richmond Flying Squirrels (57-77) earned a 4-0 victory against the Hartford Yard Goats (72-61) at The Diamond.
C.J. Hinojosa went 3 for 4 with a home run, a run and three RBI.
Emilio Bonifacio scored on Ronnier Mustelier’s fielder’s-choice grounder to second in the bottom of the ninth to lead the Gwinnett Braves (62-74) to a 6-5 victory against the Norfolk Tides (59-78) and back into first place in the South Division.
Corban Joseph hit a three-run homer and scored three runs for the Tides in the series opener, but Norfolk is 1-10 in road games against the Braves this season.
Scott Phillips of Midlothian (boys 18-and-under), William Westerfield of Richmond (boys 16s), Lauryn Wu of McLean (girls 18s) and Emme Levenson of Richmond (girls 16s) won their divisions in William and Mary's inaugural Tennis Recruiting Network Showcase Series tournament.
Most of the Peninsula players fell early in the main draw of the hard-court event, though York High standout Natasha Novak won twice in the 18s consolation, as did Anna Murphy of Yorktown in the 16s consolation.
Billie Jean King, a famous former tennis player and advocate for LGBTQ rights, will headline a speaker series at Virginia Commonwealth University this fall.
King will speak at the Siegel Center Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.