12:09 AM EDT, September 11, 2013
Montverde Academy (Fla.) shooting guard Justin Bibbs, a 6-foot-5 Ohio native, committed Tuesday to Virginia Tech, multiple sources reported.
According to ESPN, he had scholarship offers from Cincinnati, Cleveland State, Dayton, Kent State, Central Florida and Xavier.
Holden Fender scored on a free kick with just more than a minute remaining in the second overtime to give N.C. State a 2-1 win at William and Mary (1-2).
The Tribe took a 1-0 second-half lead on Jackson Eskay’s goal off Chris Albiston’s assist in the 66th minute, but the Wolfpack (3-0) replied just 25 seconds later when Gbenga Makinde found Alex Martinez open in the box for a goal.
N.C. State outshot W&M 28-10. Tribe sophomore goalkeeper Mac Phillips made a career-high eight saves.
Old Dominion finished fifth among 12 teams in the 54-hole Golfweek Program Challenge at Pawley’s Island, S.C.
Kimberley Bradbury led ODU by tying for ninth at 7-over-par 220. Led by individual medalist Tahnia Ravnjak (at 211), Campbell won the title at 862, 17 shots better than Jacksonville State and 21 ahead of third-place James Madison.
In the Golfweek Program Challenge, also at Pawley’s Island, ODU tied Western Carolina for sixth at 1-over-par 865 as three Monarchs shared 12th place at even-par 216: David Langley, Jamison Randall and Chesapeake’s Ashton Newsom.
Akron (856) beat runner-up IUPUI by five strokes and third-place JMU by six.
Christopher Newport (6-2), which was ranked fifth in the preseason poll, was listed 12th in the first NCAA Division III poll to reflect regular-season results.
The Captains have been ranked for 39 consecutive weeks. They will face four top-15 teams in the next two weeks.
Amanda Mathews, a former All-CAA tournament selection for James Madison, joined William and Mary’s staff as an assistant to Hillary Fratzke.
“She is an energetic and passionate person with a wealth of knowledge for the sport. She will be a great role model for the players with her work ethic and ability to lead those around her,” Fratzke said.
Virginia freshman forward Caleigh Foust was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week after a pair of three-goal performances in two wins, 5-3 Sunday over Old Dominion and 6-1 Friday against Yale. ...
CNU (4-0) remained at No. 9 in the Division III coaches' poll. The Captains have victories over current No. 13 Lynchburg and No. 16 DePauw.
No. 5 Salisbury, No. 6 Mary Washington and CNU make the Capital Athletic Conference one of only two conferences with three top-10 teams. The New England Small College Athletic Conference is the other.
William and Mary’s Rad Gunzenhauser and Elaina Balouris were named Colonial Athletic Association Runners of the Week for men and women, respectively.
Balouris, a senior, was named the USTFCCCA national Runner of the Week Monday after winning the Spider Alumni Open on Saturday, running 10:17.5 for 2 miles at Pole Green Park in Mechanicsville to break the meet record.
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