Apprentice School junior Chad Gurganus struck out seven in seven innings to pick up the win for the Builders, who beat Rappahannock Community College 4-1 Thursday in baseball at War Memorial Stadium.
Mark Labrador and Warhill High alum Chris Aldridge each scored once and drove in a run for Apprentice (3-1).
In the 50-yard freestyle at the Colonial Athletic Association championships in Fairfax, William and Mary sophomore Megan Howard swam the second-fastest time of her preliminary session, 22.98 seconds, to earn NCAA provisional qualification.
Through Wednesday, W&M was third with 116 points, with Towson (203) and James Madison (197) ahead of the Tribe.
Florida State and Virginia won relays Wednesday, the first day of the ACC championships in Greensboro, N.C.
FSU led with 70 points after the two races. Virginia was second with 68, followed by Virginia Tech and North Carolina with 66.
The Cavaliers won the 800-yard freestyle relay for the 14th straight year. Nick Alexiou, Tom Barrett, David Ingraham and Parker Camp won in 6 minutes, 20.26 seconds.Copyright © 2015, CT Now