Wednesday's college roundup: UNC Wilmington stuns W&M in men's soccer

UNC Wilmington scored a rare men's soccer victory over William and Mary, winning 3-0 Wednesday night at Albert/Daly Field.

The Seahawks took the lead on a breakaway with 42 minutes remaining and went to improve their all-time record against the Tribe to 3-33-3. ...


Ranked as high as ninth in the polls, Old Dominion played James Madison to a 0-0 draw in Norfolk. ...

Senior midfielder Matt Poole scored in the 70th minute to propel Mary Washington to a 1-0 victory at Virginia Wesleyan.


William and Mary linebacker Luke Rhodes and Norfolk State running back Brendon Riddick were named to the watch list for the Jerry Rice Award, which goes to the nation's top FCS freshman player.

Men's tennis:

Virginia's Mac Styslinger and VCU teammates Alexis Heugas and Max Wennakoski advanced through the qualifying bracket to earn a spot in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Men's All-American Championships in Tulsa, Okla.

In doubles, the U.Va. tandem of Alex Domijan and Harrison Richmond reached the main draw.

More tennis:

William and Mary is preparing to host this weekend's 20th annual Tribe Invitational, which will showcase 10 women's teams: the Tribe, Norfolk State, Old Dominion, Penn, Penn State, VCU, Harvard, James Madison, Kansas and Marshall.

Meanwhile, at Huntington Park, the Hampton Roads Collegiate Invitational will include men's and women's players. Both events will feature numerous flights of singles and doubles.