No. 1 Virginia, the only unbeaten and untied team in Division I, fell behind by two goals in the first 23 minutes but rallied to win 3-2 Thursday night at No. 29 Duke (4-5-2, 1-3-1 ACC).
The Cavaliers (10-0, 4-0), who have won 10 in a row for the first time since 1990 — U.Va. was ranked No. 1 nationally that year after starting 15-0 — got goals from Morgan Brian in the 47th minute, Makenzy Doniak in the 49th and Gloria Douglas in the 80th. ...
No. 19 Virginia Tech (9-1-1, 4-1 ACC) won 4-1 at N.C. State (6-4, 1-3). Ashley Meier and Katie Yensen gave Tech a 2-0 lead in the first 18 minutes, and Taylor Antolino and Katie DeTuro scored in the second half. ...
Dessi Dupuy scored twice in the first 15 minutes to help Lynchburg, ranked 11th in Division III, to a 2-0 win over Christopher Newport.
Haley Casanova made nine saves for the Captains (5-2-1), who had won three straight games and were receiving votes in the latest national coaches poll.
Michael Gilmore, a 6-foot-9, 205-pound power forward from Jacksonville, Fla., whom ESPN lists among the top 100 players in the high school class of 2014, regardless of position, committed to VCU, according to numerous reports.
That gave the Rams a fourth touted recruit in a Class of 2014 that already includes commitments from 6-7 Terry Larrier of the Bronx, N.Y., 6-7 power forward Justin Tillman and 5-foot-11 point guard Jonathan Williams, a Richmond native with a long wingspan.
Gilmore is the nephew of former ABA and NBA standout center Artis Gilmore.Copyright © 2015, CT Now