Norfolk State added a pair of transfers from Division I programs.
Anell Alexis, a 6-foot-6, 185-pound wing, averaged 4.6 points and 3.0 rebounds in 72 games over three seasons for Marist. He will be eligible to play immediately as a graduate student.
Jeffrey Short, who will have two years of eligibility, starting in 2014-15, is a 6-4, 185-pound guard who averaged 5.6 points for Fordham last season.
Coming off an NCAA semifinal appearance last season and a runner-up finish in 2011, Christopher Newport shared the No. 5 ranking in the Division III preseason coaches’ poll. The Captains will play nine top-25 opponents. ...
Charleston has made seven NCAA tournament appearances in the last 11 years, and the Cougars won either the regular-season or league tournament titles in the Southern Conference for 12 consecutive seasons.
Matthew Delicate scored in the 24th and 29th minutes as the host Richmond Kickers (15-1-9) clinched the top seed in the USL Pro league playoffs, beating Orlando City 2-0 at City Stadium.
Joseph Ngwenya and Brian Ownby had assists for the Kickers, who will play a home quarterfinal Aug. 24 against the No. 8 seed at City Stadium.
Dirk Schultz of Hagerstown, Md., won $10,000 for capturing the Middle Atlantic PGA Professional Championship at Golden Horseshoe Golf Club in Williamsburg.
He shot a 3-under-par 68 Wednesday on the Gold Course for a 10-under-par total for 54 holes. That gave him a one-shot win over Sean English of Westminster, Md.
William and Mary standouts Landon Funiciello and Neal Courter will compete for national titles at the P&G Championships this weekend at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn.
The men’s portion of the competition, which is slated for Friday and Sunday, will feature four Olympians and a pair of Olympic alternates.
This event will determine the World Games team that will compete at the 2013 world championships in Antwerp, Belgium, from Sept. 25-Oct. 7.
Funiciello is scheduled to compete on rings, vault and parallel bars, while Courter will vie participate in floor exercise, vault and high bar.
Washington Redskins play-by-play announcer Larry Michael will serve as grand marshal of the NASCAR Nationwide Series race Sept. 6 in Richmond, where the team has conducted training camp for the first time.