William and Mary goalkeeper Caroline Casey of Chesapeake was chosen by Sky Blue FC with the 29th pick of the National Women's Soccer League draft. Sky Blue is based in Piscataway Township, N.J.
The Portland Thorns selected Virginia defender Emily Sonnett with the first overall choice.
Her U.Va. teammate Makenzy Doniak went 11th, with the first pick of the second round, to the Western New York Flash. U.Va.'s Brittany Ratcliffe went to the Boston Breakers with the No. 17 pick. ...
In Thursday's Major League Soccer SuperDraft, George Mason's Taylor Washington was picked 23rd overall by the Philadelphia Union. VCU defender Dennis Castillo was chosen 37th overall by the Colorado Rapids.
Getting 14 points and 12 rebounds from Abby Rendle, W&M (11-4, 2-2) led most of the game, including 41-25 early in the third quarter. Alexandra Masaquel had 15 points and seven rebounds, while Marlena Tremba had 11 points for the Tribe.
The Huskies, who improved to 7-8, 2-2, pulled even late in the third quarter and surged to a 53-45 lead in the fourth. It was 62-58 before Tremba's 3-pointer with 10 seconds left.
After a Northeastern turnover, W&M's Bianca Boggs was fouled. She made the first free throw to tie the score at 62 but missed the second, forcing overtime.
The Huskies' Jess Genco hit 1 of 2 free throws to make the score 69-68 with 52 seconds left. Rendle missed a layup with 41 seconds to go, and Tremble committed a turnover just before the buzzer.
Gabriella Giacone had 16 points and 10 rebounds for Northeastern.
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Jazmon Gwathmey posted her third-straight 20-point performance, finishing with 22, while JMU rookie Kayla Cooper-Williams tallied her first double-double (10 points, 16 rebounds).
The Dragons dropped to 6-9, 2-2.
Hofstra's Kelly Loftus and Ashunae Durant each scored 21 points, while the Seahawks' Shatia Cole led all scorers with 23 points. UNCW fell to 5-10, 1-3.
Delaware 63, College of Charleston 47: Senior Courtni Green led the Blue Hens (8-7, 3-1) with 16 points, including four 3-pointers, to go along with five rebounds.
Towson 85, Elon 78: Transfer Raven Bankston scored her 1,000th collegiate point and finished with 23 on the night to lead the Tigers (5-10, 2-2), who are coached by Phoebus High graduate Niki Reid Geckeler.
Senior Dominique Johnson also netted 23 points for the Tigers.
The Phoenix fell to 9-6, 2-2.
Transfer: Old Dominion added JMU transfer Carley Brew to its roster. She will sit out this season and will become eligible in December during the 2016-17 season.
Brew, a 6-foot forward from Wyomissing, Pa. and the AAU Philadelphia Belles, appeared in 16 JMU games as a freshman, averaging 4.1 minutes per contest.
Florida National 111, Apprentice 90: The Conquistadors beat the host Builders on the first night of the Martin Luther King Classic, dropping Apprentice to 5-6.
GW (14-4, 3-2 Atlantic 10) took a 61-57 lead on Kevin Larsen's layup with eight minutes to play, but the Colonials missed their next eight shots and the Flyers took control. A 3-pointer by Charles Cooke tied the game at 61, and Pierre's 3 at 4:02 made it 66-61.
The Colonials made 4 of 5 from the line but didn't make a field goal until Alex Mitola's jumper at 1:07 cut the deficit to 70-67. Cooke quickly answered with a three-point play and Paul Jorgensen hit a 3 for GW with 30.7 to play. With the Colonials forced to foul, Pierre made two free throws.
Cooke, a transfer from JMU, finished with 15 points for the Flyers (14-3, 4-1), who made 15 of 16 free throws in the second half. Men's tennis: In Jeff Kader’s William and Mary dual coaching debut, the Tribe began its season with a 4-3 victory at Yale, a team that handled the Tribe 4-2 a year ago.
W&M won the doubles point behind the tandems of Ryan Newman-Tristan Bautil and Addison Appleby-Lars de Boer, then clinched the victory with wins on lines 3 through 5 with Appleby, Alec Miller and de Boer.Women’s tennis:
Despite being extended in doubles and to a trio of three-set singles matches, No. 46 William and Mary began its season with a 7-0 shutout of Navy in Annapolis, Md. Navy was predicted to place third in the Patriot League.
The Tribe took the doubles points with 6-4 wins on line 1 by senior Elizaveta (formerly known as Leeza) Nemchinov and freshman Lauren Goodman and on line 2 by junior Marie Faure, a transfer from U.Va. making her Tribe debut, and sophomore Maria Groener. Senior Julia Casselbury and freshman Deepa Dhore then won 7-6 (7-4) on line 3.
In singles, Goodman (6-2, 6-1 on line 2), Nemchinov (7-6 (7-4), 6-3 on line 1) and Casselbury (6-3, 6-3 on line 6) ensured W&M's victory. Faure, Dhore and Groener each won three setters.
Temple edged William and Mary 190.15 to 190.10 in the Tribe's home opener at Kaplan Arena.
W&M senior standout Brittany Stover claimed the vault title (9.800) and was the top all-arounder (38.225), while Tribe freshman Aaliyah Kerr posted the meet's top score on floor exercise (9.750).
Hampton sophomore and Kecoughtan High graduate Allyson Babinsack was named to the All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference preseason first team.
Babinsack, a first-team selection last season, won 15 games, threw three shutouts and recorded 115 strikeouts.
Hampton was picked to finish second behind Delaware State in the Northern Division. The Hornets received 18 first-place votes and 170 points. HU garnered three first-place votes and 147 points.
Norfolk State third baseman Whitney Williams was a second-team pick. The senior hit .362 last season with seven home runs and 26 RBI. The Spartans were picked third in the North, with four first-place votes and 137 points.