COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER
Freshman Madison Moon’s goal in the 65th minute Sunday boosted William & Mary (2-2) to a 1-0 triumph at High Point in North Carolina.
The Pointers (0-2-2) outshot the Tribe 8-6 and had nine corner kicks to W&M’s one, but goalkeeper Zoe Doughty gained a shutout with two saves.
Just 21 seconds after replacing Elaina Longjohn in the lineup, Moon scored off sophomore Marisa McClure’s assist, enabling the Tribe to win its second consecutive game.
Haley Hopkins scored a hat trick in the game’s first 14 minutes, including a penalty kick, as No. 8 Virginia (4-0) breezed past Fairleigh Dickinson 5-0 in Charlottesville.
Alexa Spaanstra assisted on Hopkins’ last two goals.
Laney Rouse added her first collegiate goal in the 27th minute to put the Cavaliers ahead 4-0 at halftime. Lia Godfrey scored in the 56th minute.
Outshot 25-3, the Knights fell to 0-4.
COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY
Marlon de Bruijne scored the tiebreaking goal with 3:04 left as No. 19 Old Dominion (1-1) earned a 3-2 road victory over No. 14 Boston College (1-1). All three ODU goals were results of penalty corners.
The Monarchs went ahead 1-0 in the third quarter on Frederique Zandbergen’s follow after BC’s goalie made a save. ODU made it 2-0 with 2:55 left in the third on de Bruijne’s first goal of the day.
The Eagles’ Victoria Arra halved the lead with 12 seconds left in the third, and BC’s Mia Garber tied it off a corner play with 9:50 on the fourth-quarter clock.
But on the decisive penalty corner, de Bruijne scored off assists from Zandbergen and Courtney Lynch.
Senior Sally Snead scored 1:26 into overtime as William & Mary (2-0) won 1-0 over VCU (0-2) before 279 at Busch Field in Williamsburg.
Audrey Domovich ignited a breakaway down the right side with a pass to Lily Saunders, who connected with Snead at the top of the circle. Snead then scored her second goal of the season, having forced overtime against Old Dominion with the tying goal in the last minute of regulation.
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W&M outshot VCU 10-7. Tribe goalie Maddie George made two saves, with the Rams’ Sheridan Messier made six.
Lauren Janssen scored twice as No. 12 Virginia (1-1) won 4-1 at No. 17 Delaware (1-1) despite falling behind in the second quarter. Daniela Mendez-Trendler scored her first college goal to force a 1-1 halftime tie, and Taryn Tkachuk gave U.Va. a 2-1 edge 1:29 into the second half.
Janssen then scored on penalty corners in the third and final quarters.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Jonathan Ashe scored five touchdowns Saturday as the Greenbrier Christian Gators (1-1) evened their record with a 55-12 road victory Saturday against Richmond Christian in eight-man football.
Ashe rushed for three scores and 139 yards on four carries, caught a touchdown pass and gained 63 yards receiving, and scored a touchdown on defense after scooping a fumble.
Thomas Conrad completed all three of his passes for 68 yards. Ethan Gosman made 11 tackles and forced the fumble Travis Basnight returned 41 yards for a score. Basnight also ran for a touchdown.