Tuesday's college multi-sport roundup: Tribe extends baseball winning streak to seven

William and Mary improved its baseball winning streak to seven games Tuesday, winning 10-4 at East Carolina as Ryan Hissey was 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs.

The Tribe saw its 35-inning shutout streak end when the Pirates scored twice in the fifth, but Matt Wainman got the victory. ...

Host Old Dominion scored four runs in the ninth to beat Charleston Southern 4-3, ending the game on pinch hitter Austin McGowan’s two-run single. ...

No. 1 North Carolina rallied past VCU 3-2 in 10 innings in Chapel Hill, winning when Cody Stubbs drove a ball off the wall to score Landon Lassiter.

The Rams (12-10) went ahead in the fifth on Joey Cujas' two-run single for a 2-1 lead, but the Tar Heels (22-1) answered in the bottom of the ninth by tying the score on a pair of bunt singles, a throwing error and a sacrifice fly.

Men’s basketball:

W&M guard Marcus Thornton was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches’ All-District 10 first team.

District 2 first-team honorees included Virginia’s Joe Harris and Virginia Tech’s Erick Green, while District 4’s first team had VCU’s Juvonte Reddic and its second team included the Rams’ Treveon Graham.

Women’s tennis:

Christopher Newport swept three doubles matches for an early lead and beat Meredith 6-3 in Raleigh, N.C., extending the Captains’ winning streak to eight and snapping a seven-match, four-year losing streak to the Avenging Angels that included losses in conference tournament semifinals the last three seasons.

CNU then breezed past William Peace 9-0, losing just eight games, to improve to 11-4, 7-0 in the USA South. ...

Jeltje Loomans of 45th-ranked W&M was named the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week.

Men’s tennis:

The Tribe’s Anton Andersson and Aaron Chaffee were named the CAA Doubles Team of the Week for the second time in three weeks.

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