Sophomore's header lifts Tribe over NC State in overtime

Julian Ngoh headed in the winning goal off an assist by Remi Frost 2:12 into overtime, and host William and Mary beat N.C. State 3-2 Monday in men’s soccer.

Ryder Bell and Reeves Trott, a former Lafayette High star, also scored for the Tribe (1-1).

The Wolfpack scored in the 75th and 78th minutes to send the game into the extra session.

It was William and Mary’s fifth win over an ACC opponent in the last eight years.

Women’s soccer

William and Mary sophomore Charlotte Hyland was named the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week.

Hyland scored three goals in the Tribe’s 3-1 win over Bucknell Sunday.

William and Mary (4-0) will visit Virginia Tech on Thursday.


Indianapolis ColtsLuke Rhodes will be the team’s long snapper. Indianapolis coach Chuck Pagano confirmed the news.Rhodes originally entered the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an undrafted free-agent linebacker out of William and Mary in May 2016, but was released by the Bucs during final cuts last year.

Monday, the Colts traded Thomas Hennessy, their other long snapper, to the New York Jets in exchange for safety Ronald Martin.Indianapolis signed Rhodes on Oct. 5, and he spent most of the season on the practice squad before he was signed to the active roster for the final four games last season.

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