gained its first top-10 team finish in the
wrestling championships, finishing with 43.5 points for 10th in Des Moines, Iowa.
took fourth place at 165 pounds for the Hokies, while
(sixth at 125),
(eighth at 141) and
(eighth at 149) also gaining All-American honors.
As for Virginia, Jedd Moore took sixth place at 157 pounds, while Nick Sulzer claimed eighth place at 165 pounds.
Virginia finished with 23.5 team points and took 21st place, earning its third top-25 finish in four years.
captured the championship with 123.5 points, while
was second at 119.5.
placed third at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship in Ithaca, N.Y.
claimed the team title with a 193.725 and was followed by host
(193.250), W&M (192.950),
claimed the all-around title with a 38.950, while sophomore
won the floor exercise by equaling the school record of 9.925.
No. 24 CNU swept Maryville (Tenn.) in a doubleheader, taking the opener 7-4 and the second game 8-1. Meagan Jones drove in two runs and Kristina McLaughlin scored twice for the Captains in Game 1. McLaughlin also scored twice in the nightcap. ...
Hampton (15-18, 2-0) hammered visiting
In Game 1, Shine Huwe drovve in two runs and Taylor McCoy was 3-for-3 with two RBIs. In Game 2, Huwe, Diamond Ponds, Adrianna Scott and Nina Ferguson each had three hits.
Ellen Shaffrey had four goals and two assists and Taelor Salmon scored three goals to lead W&M past
Rachel Shaw led ODU (3-6) with three goals, but her team lost 16-8 at
Ashton Marshall and Nina Stinson scored four goals each to lead CNU, 16th in Division III, to a 25-3 win over Methodist.
No. 10 Johns Hopkins beat No. 14 Virginia 15-8 in Baltimore. ...
John Thompson and Parker Thompson scored two goals each for CNU, but the Captains lost 12-6 at St. Mary’s (Md.).
Hampton advanced to face Florida A&M at 10 a.m. Sunday in the MEAC semifinals at AMF Lanes in Chesapeake.
HU went 3-1 in Saturday's Baker competition, including a come-from-behind 4-3 win against Norfolk State.
Virginia finished 18th at the
Host Rice, ranked No. 27, beat the No. 44 William and Mary women 5-2 in Houston, leaving both teams at 12-4. The Tribe's singles victories came from Anik Cepeda and Jeltje Loomans. ...
VCU, a top contender in the
William and Mary's men split a pair of home matches, losing 6-1 to No. 27
John Banks registered a trio of victories for the day, including the Tribe's only singles victory against the Irish. ...
CNU's men and women each beat Maryville 9-0 in Newport News.
The Captains' men just lost three games while playing everyone on their nine-man team and extending their winning streak to seven matches.